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Topic # 153533 30-Sep-2014 10:51
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Hi,


Have you came across the big sale which Noel 's have been promoting for a few days now?


http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/massive-sellout-2014


Any experinces from previous one's - is it worth attending. Do they do spot deals , match / best price etc?


Any other feedback - worth visiting / not? Is it worth visiting ?


Cheers


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  Reply # 1144082 30-Sep-2014 11:05
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I went to one of these a year or two ago.

They have some really great deals and they also have a lot of product where the price is just "okay". 

As with any shopping make sure you know the market price of stuff you want before you go along.

They have a lot of supplier staff there too so if you have questions it is a great place to ask as the supplier sales reps usually know their products extremely well.

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  Reply # 1144085 30-Sep-2014 11:09
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Only in Auckland...

Why did they advertise in other parts of the country?



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  Reply # 1144092 30-Sep-2014 11:15
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Finch: Only in Auckland...

Why did they advertise in other parts of the country?


so that people can drive plan for the event

or those who are already travelling can include it in their plans !! 

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  Reply # 1144135 30-Sep-2014 12:23
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If it's wet on saturday I'll go and have a lookl..




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  Reply # 1144227 30-Sep-2014 14:00
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Mod request:  maybe move this to Bargains and Deals.  Target audience and all that.




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  Reply # 1144829 1-Oct-2014 14:05
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saw an ad.
might take a look.

who designed their new logo ?

a 2 yo ?

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  Reply # 1144834 1-Oct-2014 14:19
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ilovemusic: saw an ad.
might take a look.

who designed their new logo ?

a 2 yo ?


It was the same person who did the masterchef logo laughing

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  Reply # 1144837 1-Oct-2014 14:28
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the 'we are here' map on that page is giving me pure OCD rage. upside down mirror universe ellerslie.




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  Reply # 1144847 1-Oct-2014 14:44
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ilovemusic: saw an ad.
might take a look.

who designed their new logo ?

a 2 yo ?


I did a logo very similar to it in about 2000 when the @ symbol was used quite a bit due to the internet and email coming into mainstream use. To me it just looks dated.

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  Reply # 1145051 1-Oct-2014 18:55
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Last year's edition of this event was actually well worth attending, imo, as there were some really good deals and for us it coincided with looking to replace some whiteware & other home electronics. Some stuff wasn't all that cheap (normal sale price), some stuff was extremely well priced (like clearance / closing down sale type prices). So if you are looking to replace anything or acquire anything new, like washing machines, dishwashers, TVs, etc, it's well worth going imo.




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  Reply # 1145260 2-Oct-2014 06:26
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sep11guy: Hi,


Have you came across the big sale which Noel 's have been promoting for a few days now?


http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/massive-sellout-2014


Any experinces from previous one's - is it worth attending. Do they do spot deals , match / best price etc?


Any other feedback - worth visiting / not? Is it worth visiting ?


Cheers




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  Reply # 1145310 2-Oct-2014 08:35
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Some of us have to work so I guess by the time I get there on saturday the best stuff will have gone..




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  Reply # 1145323 2-Oct-2014 08:59
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If someone is going today and planning to pick up a few things , can you pls report to us , in the format for the benefit of all of us here :


Product A Name ( Phone, Camera, TV etc )

What is the RRP generally, in NL normal store, harvery normal etc.

What is the online price you found - cheapest 2 ( one from the online store, and one from a "reputable " online store )

What price NL sale offered it to you.

What price did you haggle and get it down to.


Would be interesting to see a few examples.



Thanks !!

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  Reply # 1145496 2-Oct-2014 11:58
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