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H7551940

  6 months ago

how much is a normal price to get my ears pierced?
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I have one hole in my right ear that is closed up but was thinking of getting it done again.
can you help me out and tell me where is decent to get it done again..as I am not clued up in this now.
Thanks
earieoo...for the noo!!!
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steve.raffield

  6 months ago
Meh
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richie.catania

  6 months ago
No idea
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g2714572

  6 months ago
Good luck H go to a decent place know hairdressers have them ear piercing places they are probably cheaper than the tattoo places depends were you are getting done but ..is it the top of the ear? !
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sueal1979

  6 months ago
My Grandaughter had her nose and ear done think that cost £40
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sez2244

  6 months ago
Not sure about £6 per ear i think Hun x
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beckis182

  6 months ago
Not sure on price but I'd imagine about £12 might be the average nowadays. I know Claires do it but I've heard a few negative things about it although that tends to be in relation to children so it's probably fine for just re-piercing a closed up hole. Blue Banana also do piercings if you have one of those local to you.
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j8154292

  6 months ago
Go to l9csl Claires shop.not sure how much though.
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Ashleighbull92

  6 months ago
Claires accessories, not sure on price
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hess72

  6 months ago
depends how you want it done h, most tattoo parlours offer piercing services with a needle but claires are a fair price and still use piercing guns which i prefer x
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Lrnhrz

  6 months ago
Use a sterilized needle ...but not the sharp end use the top end where the thread goes
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