Pssssst! Want to win a £250 prize?

  Forum Editor 00:12 13 May 2006

Think you're any good at upgrading computers?

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  Belatucadrus 00:51 13 May 2006

I really really don't recommend anybody take part in this competition, it's incredibly difficult and I don't think anybody else should even try.
Give up now, save on disappointment later.

  Forum Editor 10:13 13 May 2006

Nice try.

  Forum Editor 12:49 13 May 2006

and you'll be fine. The skill is in getting the most bang for your bucks within the terms of the brief.

  Belatucadrus 17:16 13 May 2006

Don't go over the top as you'll max out at £200, I've already got first dibs on the £250.
Which only leaves £120 for anyone else, Like I said. Give up before it's too late !!!

  Belatucadrus 22:48 15 May 2006

Don't forget the can of WD40

  Belatucadrus 10:54 16 May 2006

The only product qualification in the rules is

"All the items you choose must be available to buy on-line"

If this is too restrictive then you're free not to enter. A computer fair while valid in real life, is clearly not going to give prices that are verifiable by the adjudicators. If there are sites selling suitable second hand goods, then I see no specific prohibitions to their use in the T&C.

Though I could be corrected on this at any moment.

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