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  #1145497 2-Oct-2014 12:01
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WD Elements & Seagate Portable 1tb Hard drives - $83

WD Elements & Seagate Portable 2tb Hard drives - $128

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  #1145500 2-Oct-2014 12:04
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PS4 was only available in a bundle with the 2 infamous games for around $685  (don't hold me to that)

 
 
 
 


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  #1145501 2-Oct-2014 12:05
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PS4 controls were I think $70



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  #1145505 2-Oct-2014 12:12
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thecripplernz: PS4 was only available in a bundle with the 2 infamous games for around $685  (don't hold me to that)



Thanks for your comment,


How does this fare with normal fare :


At PB Tech : $642

At Warehouse NZ : $649

At Noel 's website : $649.99 


So overall, you get 2 games for extra $35, not bad, but not overly exciting either.



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  #1145507 2-Oct-2014 12:14
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thecripplernz: PS4 controls were I think $70



Thanks for your comment,


How does this fare with normal fare :


At DSE : Blue/ White controller : $88


Saving of $18 , not bad, but not too great either :D



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  #1145509 2-Oct-2014 12:17
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thecripplernz: WD Elements & Seagate Portable 1tb Hard drives - $83

WD Elements & Seagate Portable 2tb Hard drives - $128



Seagate Portable V2, 2tb at


PB TECH : $149

Alpha city : $165 

Noel's website : $179



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  #1145516 2-Oct-2014 12:27
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Im doubting my memory seriously on the PS4 deal, all I know is it didnt intrigue me.  Mighty ape do a console + vertical stand + Last of us for $584

 
 
 
 


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  #1145517 2-Oct-2014 12:28
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Oh, and I saw GTA 5 on PS3 for $29.99


$70 at Mighty Ape



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  #1145525 2-Oct-2014 12:51
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thecripplernz: Oh, and I saw GTA 5 on PS3 for $29.99


$70 at Mighty Ape



JB HIFI : 66$


Saving of $36



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  #1145576 2-Oct-2014 13:56
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Request from anyone who is going to this sale :


Can you pls find for us what does the sony rx100 mark 2 camera cost .


On their website its atrociously expensive, so i want to know what would be their bottom dollar, cash price


Thanks !!

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  #1145580 2-Oct-2014 13:59
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Ill be going back later today

so ill jot that model down and ask for you



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  #1145584 2-Oct-2014 14:02
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thecripplernz: Ill be going back later today

so ill jot that model down and ask for you


Thanks so much .

The model has 3 variants to date. 1) rx100, 2) rx100 M2, 3) rx100 M3. I am after the middle one., M2

Its the model over here

http://www.amazon.com/Sony-DSC-RX100M-Cyber-shot-Digital-Camera/dp/B00DM8R866/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1412211631&sr=8-2&keywords=rx100



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  #1145589 2-Oct-2014 14:05
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no problems


Also, to anyone else going.  Parking onsite is $5 (cash only)

I recommend parking at Cornwall Park and walking... unless however you don't mind paying that, or are buying something too large to carry.



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  #1145618 2-Oct-2014 14:15
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thecripplernz: no problems


Also, to anyone else going.  Parking onsite is $5 (cash only)

I recommend parking at Cornwall Park and walking... unless however you don't mind paying that, or are buying something too large to carry.



Good tip




Also if you are coming from other side, turn anywere ( right or left ) on Manukau road and park in the inside residential lanes and walk to the showgrounds.


5-8min walk.

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  #1145642 2-Oct-2014 14:35
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I went, I saw, I left empty handed.
As above, prices lower than RRP, but nothing I looked at couldn't be found cheaper on line.
PS4 cheaper on Mighty Ape

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