Republic Ireland and UK don't use comma in listing retail prices if value is below 1,000 example £999.99 or €999.99Commas are also used as decimal separators Paul. In fact it's more common for the decimal separator to be a comma than it is to be a dot. So it's not "meant" to be a dot if that's what you meant.
The truth is I was picking on BluSteel as an inside joke.
"EUR (or €) is the measuring unit. In English, ‘EUR’ (or the euro sign ‘€’) is placed before the figure, separated by a (non-breaking) space, e.g. EUR 30. In French and German the order is reversed, e.g. 30 EUR." Source
No, it's completely the opposite, but thanks. The majority of the countries using the Euro as their currency are not English speaking countries!! We're all wrong?
You made no mention of that earlier, you said, and I quote:That not Zavvi UK or Ireland Website
Zavvi UK and Ireland websites with price in Euros
My screenshot proves otherwise.As Zavvi is a UK retailer it will use the same format other UK and Ireland business use