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Topic # 151157 15-Aug-2014 17:47
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If you were planning a spend at Dick Smith, you might like this $15 additional discount and free freight with a minimum $49 spend.

Text from the email I received:

Here's a little something on us - Grab $15 off when you order online today only. You just need to spend $49 or more. This offer must end at midnight tonight.   Simply enter the code FRIDAY15 at checkout to redeem this great deal... and don't forget to share this with your friends!    Today we also have FREE FREIGHT sitewide. This means you could score a product like the Kindle WiFi e-Ink Black for only $101. No shipping cost, delivered straight to your door. This could be a great gift for Dad.




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  Reply # 1109186 15-Aug-2014 17:49
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It also works with the 14% mac deal they have going on at the moment


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  Reply # 1109190 15-Aug-2014 17:56
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Makes the Xbox One controller (Wireless) $50 (from $65)

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