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Dynamite Baits Particles Jars: Mixed Particles
EB1369

£10.99
10 in stock

Description

A mixture of Dynamite Baits’ finest particles all cooked and prepared to the highest standard. This is an excellent bait when you are looking to create a bed of feed as the different baits in the mix ensure that fish don’t get pre-occupied feeding on just the one food item. You can get the Mixed Particles in 2.5l jars or 600g tins.

Delivery

Mainland UK Free Delivery on orders over £99

Royalmail 2nd Class Letter (2-5 days) - Small bits/lure orders - £1.50

Royalmail Tracked 48 (2-4 days) - Under 2kgs and less than £50 in value - £3.99

Parcelforce 48 2-3 Day Service - Orders over £99 & 2KG (All larger parcels) - £0.00

ParcelForce Next Day - £4.99 (available in the checkout)

Northern Ireland

Royalmail 2nd Class Letter (2-5 days) - Small bits/lure orders - £1.50

Royalmail Tracked 48 (2-5 days) - Under 2kgs in weight and less than £60 in value - £3.99

ParcelForce (2-5 days)- Over 2kg (All larger parcels) £15.00

Republic of Ireland

Royalmail 2nd Class Letter (5-10 days) - Small bits/lure orders - £7.99

Royalmail Airmail (3-10 days)- Under 2kg and less than £60 in value - £9.99
Parcelforce (3-5 days) - Over 2kg in weight £20.00

Channel & Scottish Islands

Royalmail 2nd Class Letter (3-10 days) - Small bits/lure orders - £1.50

Royalmail Tracked 48 (2-5 days) - Under 2kgs in weight and less than £60 in value - £3.99
Parcelforce (3-5 days) Over 2kg in weight or over £60 - £35.00

Isle Of Man

Royalmail 2nd Class Letter - Small bits/lure orders - £1.50

Royalmail 48 Tracked (2-5 days) - Under 2kgs in weight and less than £60 in value - £3.99
ParcelForce (3-5 days) - Over 2kg in weight or over £60 - £15.00

The Rest of the World

Postage rates vary dependent on the region. Please visit our checkout for your exact delivery charge. From £9.99. We use Royal Mail, Parcelforce and UPS for our international deliveries.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email us on sales@gerrysfishing.com or give us call on 01524 422146.

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Returns

We are more than happy to exchange any unwanted items bought over the phone or online, provided they are returned unused, in perfect condition and in the original packaging within 28 days of delivery. Postage refunds will not be issued in such circumstances.

We are more than happy to exchange any unwanted items bought over the phone or online, provided they are returned unused, in perfect condition and in the original packaging within 28 days of delivery. Postage refunds will not be issued in such circumstances.

Please remember to inspect your delivery carefully and notify us of any damage within 24 hours.

If an item has been damaged in transit we will replace it as quickly as we can. Please note we need to be notified within 48 hours to ensure we can put claim in with our couriers to replace the goods. Failure to notify us within this period may mean we cannot replace the goods.

Most products are covered by a 12 month warranty provided by the manufacturer. Please note wear and tear is not covered by the manufacturers warranty. Some products have longer or shorter warranties. These products will have the term stated in their description online.

If an item has broken in normal use and it is within its warranty period, it must be returned to us a long with a cover note with your name, address and contact details along with a note explaining the circumstances of the damage. Generally, items must be inspected by a manufacturer's representative before any replacments can be issued. We will cover postal costs of damaged goods which are sent on standard services. Any returns sent on premium or next day services will not but covered by Gerrys and will be at your own cost.

If we have made an error with your order, we will rectify it as soon as possible and cover the cost of any postage. Please call us before returning any goods.

Please call us to discuss any in-store purchase returns.

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