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Vans Unisex Authentic Sneakers Black $31.20 (Was $99.99) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


Slightly bummed that I've seen this deal as I only just spent ~$90 on Comfycush black authentics.. They had better be comfy.

May get a backup pair at this price anyway 🤷‍♂️

Note - sizes very limited

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    very limited sizes please amend


    Thanks op


    Black is always on sale. Anyone ever see the navy/white ones on sale?

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    Sizes are almost non-existent. I'm not sure if "limited" even describes it correctly.

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    There are actually quite a few sizes in stock especially for men. On first glance you can see many are greyed out, but if you look properly you can see they have listed some mens and womens sizes both individually and combined so although one is seemingly greyed out it is still available further down the list.
    eg. Mens US 12 seems sold out but it isn't as it is still listed as Unisex 14 US Womens/12 US mens.

    As of now, they currently still have Mens US sizes 4.5, 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 12.5, 13, 16, 17

    I don't need any more shoes but as and I had a little over $15 Amazon credit and my size I grabbed a pair. Not bad for $15 all up. Now I just need more feet…


      Talk about confusing… It'd be too easy to get the wrong size with the listing like that 🤣


        This is my biggest gripe with ordering on Amazon. Their listings and pricings for clothing is so ridiculously inconsistent.

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      I think your math is wrong. You didn't actually pay $15. It is still $30, since you can't use that credit again and again.

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        maths (We're not north American)

        Again and again? It was complimentary credit so I ony paid $15 out of my own pocket, although it really has nothing to do with anything so I'm not sure why that's the one thing you felt you needed to comment on.

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          so I ony paid $15 out of my own pocket.

          Which one is it? This time I paid $15 plus $15 complementary credit, or next time; Last time I paid $30, but this time i paid $$ minus $15 complementary credit.

          Regardless of how you take it, that complementary credit wasn't just given to you. You already paid for it by buying stuff from them. Businesses are not in business of giving you stuff for free. Sure, sometimes you can get stuff for free, but not because a business is generous. It is just marketing, how to get more customers to spend more money.

          why that's the one thing you felt you needed to comment on.

          Maybe because there was nothing else to correct, is there 👀


            @bargainparker: Not sure what you are reading or how you are even reading it. The complimentary credit was given to me which is why it's called complimentary credit in the first place. Amazon give complimentary credit when there have been issues or delays.

            I Can't really simplify it any more than I already did intially, but you're so hung up on it that I'll break it down for you.

            I had a little over $15 complimentary credit on my Amazon account and paid the remaining $14.36 myself, so all up it only cost me $14.36 out of my own pocket. I apologise for rounding it up to $15 for the sake of a throwaway comment at the end of my post informing people that despite the comments stating sizes were limited that there were still quite a few mens sizes available.

            If there really was nothing else for you to comment on, maybe don't comment just for the sake of it. Have a good one.

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              @Freezies: Maybe you should read upon how to keep a customer happy so they keep buying. Regardless of how you describe it, that complementary credit is already calculated in price. They are not giving it out for free out of their goodwill.


                @bargainparker: Regardless of how I describe it? Maybe you should learn what the word complimentary means.

                I was given $20 complimentary credit when my $30 order was delayed by 9 days. They didn't have to and it doesn't matter how I got it, the fact is that it wasn't out of my pocket.

                You don't know what you're talking about and I have no inclination to continue talking to someone who wants to keep changing their point of attack just so they can keep blindly arguing about stupid pointless childish sh!t.


    Good price, but me aware that they're a pretty basic show. In my opinion they're too simple to be comfortable.


      Perfect for platform gym exercises