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Topic # 183811 30-Oct-2015 20:12
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Has anyone seen this? I just bought a life-time subscription to Getflix off TechnoBuffalo, I used  a 10% off coupon which bought it down to NZD$54.49. The offer expires in 4 days, you just need to make a new Getflix account to redeem if you already have a account.

http://www.technobuffalo.com/2015/10/16/getflix-and-chill-forever-88-percent-off/

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  Reply # 1417360 30-Oct-2015 21:01
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I thought it had expired some time ago.I took up the offer, and it has been good so far. Not too sure if it will last the full lifetime, which I think is about 30 years?  Pretty short life, but I guess they aren't having to follow NZ rules  in their advertising. But if it lasts at least 3, that will be good.

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  Reply # 1418327 1-Nov-2015 20:25
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Heck, it'll pay for itself in only a year for me. Best value deal I've found all year, so I bought it off Stacksocial last week.




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