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Where can i get Swaine Adeney Brigg HOLDALL for discount

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Swaine Adeney (St James St, London) have a twice yearly sale, one in summer and another in winter, just after Xmas, if I remember correctly. Almost everything is knocked down by 15-20%, and some items may fetch higher discounts. You might email/phone Swaine Adeney for sale period dates, and check for availability of the specific item/s at the time
 

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I am looking to by 2 holdalls (19" and 25") so maybe they may discount even better? Does anyone know anything about these sales and what to expect. I have long ago given up asking sales people about sales as my experience is almost everyone just wants to make a sale now so they tell you whatever suits their goal the best. I will never forget the time I asked the apple store manager if he knew when the new macbook pros were coming out as rumors had it it was very soon and he told me oh its not coming out anytime in the next few months... This was at 8pm hawaii time.... They were released the next morning 6 hours later on the east coast..... and then 6 hours after that in Hawaii
My computer was only "new" for 6 hours
No way you can convince me the manager did not know that as the shipment had to of already came in for them to have them out at 8 in the morning with the demos up and running.
 

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Originally Posted by observer
Swaine Adeney (St James St, London) have a twice yearly sale, one in summer and another in winter, just after Xmas, if I remember correctly. Almost everything is knocked down by 15-20%, and some items may fetch higher discounts. You might email/phone Swaine Adeney for sale period dates, and check for availability of the specific item/s at the time


Do they do phone orders... no way in hell I would fly 10 or 12 time zones for bags?
 

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If it helps, I saw one Oxford holdall at SAB shop in London on sale fir about £900+, about 20-30% discount. It is in SAB classic London tan.
 

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You should look at Tusting. Their bags are beautiful and made in England for less than SAB.
 

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH
You should look at Tusting. Their bags are beautiful and made in England for less than SAB.

Interesting, some of these look quite good and about 1/3 to 1/4 the price. I still do like the oxford by SAB but if I cant get a good discount than i may just have to go with these. Thank you and mores suggestions welcome
 

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i have a tusting brief that i picked up on sale and i like it quite a bit. i can definitely recommend them.
 

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sorry to revive an old thread but after a used or discounted SAB holdall in the london tan, but have not seen any around in age..
any ideas?...thanks!
 

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