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#261979 27-Dec-2019 15:22
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Trying to get a shopping list of things by looking on Bunnings website but its not showing any goods or prices. Only DIY hints

 

But works OK on mobile phone.

 

 

 

Anyone else getting this?

 

Hmm, Firefox doesn't work but Edge does and so does Chrome.


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  #2381787 27-Dec-2019 15:23
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Works fine for me, Firefox and Chrome Windows 10 amd64.

 

Tried Ctrl + F5?


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  #2381788 27-Dec-2019 15:24
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Have you selected where you're buying from? I can see prices on my desktop PC, but I have my local Bunnings preselected.


 
 
 
 


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  #2381859 27-Dec-2019 16:21
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Firefox got any ad blocking or any kind of other filtering?




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  #2381913 27-Dec-2019 17:50
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Fixed.

 

It was the store I had selected. I had set the new Christchurch Airport store, change it to any other store and the prices are back.

 

Maybe because that store is new it hasn't been loaded fully yet.


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  #2381945 27-Dec-2019 19:37
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Behodar:

Have you selected where you're buying from? I can see prices on my desktop PC, but I have my local Bunnings preselected.

 

 

Does that mean there will be price differences across stores? I assumed there was a single nationwide price.

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  #2381947 27-Dec-2019 19:46
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No idea; I just figured that it was worth a shot.


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  #2381971 27-Dec-2019 20:23
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neb:
Behodar:

 

Have you selected where you're buying from? I can see prices on my desktop PC, but I have my local Bunnings preselected.

 

Does that mean there will be price differences across stores? I assumed there was a single nationwide price.

 

 

 

There are price and availability differences between stores, but I think most common items are reasonably standard.


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