Sim-Lab Black Friday Deals

Sim-Lab from The Netherlands are a long time supporter of RaceDepartment and have recently joined the RaceDepartment Store as one of the first sim racing companies with an official brand store. With Black Friday around the corner they are offering a stunning 10% discount on all their products.

Sim-Lab have prepared a 10% discount on all their products this year, and all you need to do is to enter the BF2021 coupon code on the checkout page and the discount will automatically be deducted from your cart.

The Black Friday offer is valid from midnight of 19 November 2021 (CET time-zone) until 23:59 on Cyber Monday. Please be aware the lead times are a bit longer than usual!

Visit the Sim-Lab brand store on RaceDepartment or the Official Sim-Lab Website*

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Mike Murphy
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I'm looking to purchase (UK) but not sure if it's better to order direct or official distribution partner (PureSims) due to Brexit/Import duties, etc. - hopefully PureSims will also add some discounts...
 
I'm looking to purchase (UK) but not sure if it's better to order direct or official distribution partner (PureSims) due to Brexit/Import duties, etc. - hopefully PureSims will also add some discounts...
Ordered recently some Fanatec stuff and it's a lot simpler than I originally anticipated and doesn't cost a lot more either.
  1. The original order total price is reduced by the origin country VAT (depends on the country, but ~20%)
  2. Courier then adds UK VAT to the value (20%) and their processing charge (£11 for UPS)
  3. The total is roughly the same as paid with VAT in origin country plus the processing charge.
I thought it would be worse honestly so while it's not a case of ordering and paying once, two payments have to be made for a single purchase it's not that much different.
 
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Mike Murphy
Premium
Ordered recently some Fanatec stuff and it's a lot simpler than I originally anticipated and doesn't cost a lot more either.
  1. The original order total price is reduced by the origin country VAT (depends on the country, but ~20%)
  2. Courier then adds UK VAT to the value (20%) and their processing charge (£11 for UPS)
  3. The total is roughly the same as paid with VAT in origin country plus the processing charge.
I thought it would be worse honestly so while it's not a case of ordering and paying once, two payments have to be made for a single purchase it's not that much different.
That's good to know - and to see a completed example purchase. Thank you.
 
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