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Topic # 159850 15-Dec-2014 08:35
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The warehouse are having a 10% off sale today on a number of categories, and the Chromecast is included in this.

Is a very competitive price for local stock, not much more expensive than the Amazon deal a few months ago.

Use the code FF151214 for the 10% discount.

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  Reply # 1197661 15-Dec-2014 11:45
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Excellent, I thought. But $4 delivery charge for picking up in-store! Lame.

Cheers,
Joseph



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  Reply # 1197664 15-Dec-2014 11:49
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FDREF311014

They stack.

:)

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  Reply # 1197667 15-Dec-2014 12:00
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josephhinvest: Excellent, I thought. But $4 delivery charge for picking up in-store! Lame.

Cheers,
Joseph


or $59 at Dick Smith stores. Works out about the same price.




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  Reply # 1197668 15-Dec-2014 12:02
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Free delivery code above.

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  Reply # 1197886 15-Dec-2014 16:12
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Choice! I got a Chromecast and a TV tablemate (at a large reduction) for a fraction under $100 using the Warehouse giftcard I bought for $80 thanks to the good folks here. That is a good score for $80. Normal price is about $120!

Thanks to all who post these deals :-)

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