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Topic # 95028 24-Dec-2011 08:05
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So its that time of the year again, what have you found in the way of Boxing Day sales? So far Ive only managed to see what The Warehouse has on offer, at least 20% of all mobiles will appeal to a few people.

What bargains have you found? Post a link or let us know :)

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/is-bin/intershop.static/WFS/TWL-B2C-Site/TWL-B2C/en_NZ/mailer/mailer_16305/download.pdf

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  Reply # 561114 24-Dec-2011 08:09
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  Reply # 561130 24-Dec-2011 09:26
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If you go into Harvey Norman you will notice that there are big stacks of tvs etc so you can sort of work some items out.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 561142 24-Dec-2011 10:28
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Farmers

http://catalogues.farmers.co.nz/Boxing_Day_Sale/3513/List/



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  Reply # 561169 24-Dec-2011 12:22
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http://www.1-day.co.nz/ - Every 10 minutes or when a product sells out they have a new item, pretty epic.



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  Reply # 561196 24-Dec-2011 13:44
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Paper Plus has 25% off all books, although it isnt on there website just yet. Im signed up to there Newsletter/Deals E-mail and just got that. It Starts on Boxing Day.

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  Reply # 561214 24-Dec-2011 16:05
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Heathcotes 100% in the Waikato started their Boxing Day sale today, upto 50% off

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  Reply # 561232 24-Dec-2011 17:23
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I know Harvey Normans will have the Panasonic DMP-BDT310GN for only $268 (normal retail $499)

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M_I_C_H_A_E_L: So its that time of the year again, what have you found in the way of Boxing Day sales? So far Ive only managed to see what The Warehouse has on offer, at least 20% of all mobiles will appeal to a few people.

What bargains have you found? Post a link or let us know :)

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/is-bin/intershop.static/WFS/TWL-B2C-Site/TWL-B2C/en_NZ/mailer/mailer_16305/download.pdf


The Ideos X5 at the warehouse for $249 (with free 2deg sim) is the cheapest I've seen it

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  Reply # 561265 24-Dec-2011 20:11
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Smiths City has 20 to 50% off everything $199 and over.

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  Reply # 561275 24-Dec-2011 21:06
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dick smith is doing a new deal every hour ....check it here http://www.dicksmith.co.nz/offer/12deals?utm_source=edm&utm_medium=Week27_ChristmasDay&utm_campaign=TopBanner




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  Reply # 561283 24-Dec-2011 21:43
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Deals that say 'Up to ??% off' are a con in my book.
Give us firm prices retailers! No one cares about the phony RRP you set some time back, we want to know what it will cost us on the day!

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  Reply # 561290 24-Dec-2011 22:10
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Dunnersfella: Deals that say 'Up to ??% off' are a con in my book.
Give us firm prices retailers! No one cares about the phony RRP you set some time back, we want to know what it will cost us on the day!


The whole 'up to' thing I think is getting abused. I beleive that when they do use those statements, a reasonable amount of stuff must be discounted by that much.
What annoys me is stores that say 20% off everything storewide *. Then the astrix lists all the exclusions. It would be better if they said 20% off items storewide, rather than 'everything.

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  Reply # 561291 24-Dec-2011 22:13
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semigeek: Smiths City has 20 to 50% off everything $199 and over.

Been on their website and looks like there are quite a few exclusions.

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I want to update my netbook, looking for another or something portable, sub 12".
Anyone spotted anything?

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