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Topic # 160091 23-Dec-2014 10:30
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What sort of deals should we be expecting on boxing day at stores like noelleeming etc?

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  Reply # 1202529 23-Dec-2014 10:32
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Let me guess, 20% off TVs, mobile phones and computers - the standard I suspect!



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  Reply # 1202533 23-Dec-2014 10:36
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heavenlywild: Let me guess, 20% off TVs, mobile phones and computers - the standard I suspect!
Pretty good if that's the case.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1202567 23-Dec-2014 11:38
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Im sure the flyers will be in the mailbox tomorrow. We got a Boxing Day Sale catalogue from EzyBuy a week or two ago.

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  Reply # 1202574 23-Dec-2014 11:47
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Probably exactly the same deals as every other 'sale' going by the last couple of years. I am sure there are exceptions depending what you are in the market for, but boxing day sales are a bit ho hum now.




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  Reply # 1202614 23-Dec-2014 12:45
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Yeah, 20% off RRP, which no-one in his right mind would ever have paid anyway.

Maybe there might be some loss-leaders to drag people into the shop though?

Maybe old stock that couldn't be sold before Xmas? Iphone 4 anyone? Galaxy S3?

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  Reply # 1202634 23-Dec-2014 13:32
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The days of Boxing Day sales being massive are long gone.. With the odd exception it's the usual discounts you get off products at any other time of the year.

None of this stops people going made however and buying lots thinking they're getting bargains!



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  Reply # 1202637 23-Dec-2014 13:34
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I'm hoping for a decent discount on a Webber BBQ - dont know if they ever discount them as they are the same price everywhere you see them.



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  Reply # 1202638 23-Dec-2014 13:37
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Guv: I'm hoping for a decent discount on a Webber BBQ - dont know if they ever discount them as they are the same price everywhere you see them.




I reckon you could make a killing parallel importing them from the US and on selling them - the margins on them in NZ are terrible.

It's a shame they're a little heavy for You Shop!



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Reply # 1202642 23-Dec-2014 13:50
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Anyone recall from last year if any stores discount Apple products on boxing day? 

Im looking to purchase the new 27 inch apple iMac with 5K display, 10% off would definitely be worthwhile, 20% would be fantastic but very unlikely. 




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  Reply # 1202643 23-Dec-2014 13:50
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Looking for a new phone on boxing day and 20% off would be great lol

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  Reply # 1202645 23-Dec-2014 13:50
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I suspect similar to Black Friday this year which has been a fizzle. Pretty much everyone has their TV, hard drives computer, speakers over the past couple years of supposedly 'good economic activity'

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  Reply # 1202650 23-Dec-2014 14:10
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sbiddle:

I reckon you could make a killing parallel importing them from the US and on selling them - the margins on them in NZ are terrible.

It's a shame they're a little heavy for You Shop!




You would have to provide CGA protection on them though, so the markup in NZ would cover those costs. So the margin may not be quite as good in the long run.



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  Reply # 1202652 23-Dec-2014 14:14
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Guv: I'm hoping for a decent discount on a Webber BBQ - dont know if they ever discount them as they are the same price everywhere you see them.




Rarely discounted, so don't hold your breath. If after the Q series, it is worth paying the extra $50 to get the model with the temp gauge, electronic start and slightly higher lid. Limited suppliers - in Wellington it's 4 seasons in Mirimar - they would be able to point you to a supplier in your region.


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  Reply # 1202653 23-Dec-2014 14:14
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sbiddle:

I reckon you could make a killing parallel importing them from the US and on selling them - the margins on them in NZ are terrible.

It's a shame they're a little heavy for You Shop!




You would have to provide CGA protection on them though, so the markup in NZ would cover those costs. So the margin may not be quite as good in the long run.




I wasn't meaning so much doing it on a large scale - but just bringing in a pallet load and selling them to friends and family.

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  Reply # 1202655 23-Dec-2014 14:19
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In Waikato - there are plenty of places selling them here.   Might have to go for a look around a few shops on the day.   I'm after the charcoal kettle.    Warehouse selling them for $100 less than everywhere else but I doubt they would cover the 10 year warranty as they are parallel imported.    

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