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Topic # 175425 29-Jun-2015 13:02
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Saw this on ChoiceCheapies this morning

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/catalog/product/PS4-Console-500GB-Black?SKU=1781950

And use the codes - FP5PC49, FP10PC149, FP7P79

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  Reply # 1333363 29-Jun-2015 13:15
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New or refurb I wonder.



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  Reply # 1333365 29-Jun-2015 13:17
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Doesn't say anything about being a refurb, will let you know when it arrives

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1333367 29-Jun-2015 13:18
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Ok just had a quick play and these codes can be used on lego, cellphones, tablets etc

Can't say if they are site wide but if you want to pay less then use them :P

so it's a discount on a discount on a discount




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  Reply # 1333377 29-Jun-2015 13:33
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Where did the codes come from? (i.e they don't have smallprint about not being used in conjunction with another offer?)

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  Reply # 1333393 29-Jun-2015 13:40
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sidefx: Where did the codes come from? (i.e they don't have smallprint about not being used in conjunction with another offer?)


If the system lets you do it then should not be a problem, after all you can't blame the customer for systems not working correctly :P



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Reply # 1333397 29-Jun-2015 13:42
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sidefx: Where did the codes come from? (i.e they don't have smallprint about not being used in conjunction with another offer?)


Pass, they're all over ChoiceCheapies this morning. Surely their site has rules to not allow certain codes to be stacked, at least I hope it would.

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  Reply # 1333406 29-Jun-2015 13:49
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Ah yeah, no doubt it's worth trying. I just wonder if there is fine print whether they can choose not to go through with the sale retrospectively.   Must say I'm mighty tempted to try at that price! :-)

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  Reply # 1333410 29-Jun-2015 13:52
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sidefx: Ah yeah, no doubt it's worth trying. I just wonder if there is fine print whether they can choose not to go through with the sale retrospectively.   Must say I'm mighty tempted to try at that price! :-)



Hahahaha I am the same, i don't even need a ps4 :P

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  Reply # 1333415 29-Jun-2015 13:53
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timtait: Saw this on ChoiceCheapies this morning

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/catalog/product/PS4-Console-500GB-Black?SKU=1781950

And use the codes - FP5PC49, FP10PC149, FP7P79


Or $523.09 for the Batman themed PS4 + the game

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  Reply # 1333416 29-Jun-2015 13:53
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Wow, thanks. Great buy. Wasn't expecting to buy a PS4 today.

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  Reply # 1333435 29-Jun-2015 13:57
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Finch:
timtait: Saw this on ChoiceCheapies this morning

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/catalog/product/PS4-Console-500GB-Black?SKU=1781950

And use the codes - FP5PC49, FP10PC149, FP7P79


Or $523.09 for the Batman themed PS4 + the game


But why buy games when it clearly shows that 6 games come with it (in red) as you are purchasing the super bundle as there is no other "super bundle" on site

(This is when you all take a screen shot of the page for when your games dont turn up).




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  Reply # 1333439 29-Jun-2015 14:01
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mrtoken:
Finch:
timtait: Saw this on ChoiceCheapies this morning

http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/catalog/product/PS4-Console-500GB-Black?SKU=1781950

And use the codes - FP5PC49, FP10PC149, FP7P79


Or $523.09 for the Batman themed PS4 + the game


But why buy games when it clearly shows that 6 games come with it (in red) as you are purchasing the super bundle as there is no other "super bundle" on site

(This is when you all take a screen shot of the page for when your games dont turn up).





Fair enough. Personally I wouldn't play any of those games and I would prefer the Batman console, but the initial deal is definitely the better deal.


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  Reply # 1333444 29-Jun-2015 14:11
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Currently own a PS4 Console.

Actually think I will buy the Batman themed one if MA can price match (Will ring them)

Will sell current console, $350 minimum including success fees. Sell the copy of Arkham Knight (I have special edition coming from overseas) for $55 minimum = $405. Console is only $120 in that case.

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  Reply # 1333455 29-Jun-2015 14:42
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And all the ps4's are sold out on the link


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  Reply # 1333457 29-Jun-2015 14:44
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Was just reading that the harmony remote wont work with the PS4.  It needs to be turned on by hand first.

Frustrating for something that was originally billed as a home media centre.

The price is great, don't get me wrong, it's just without the ability to integrate nicely into my home setup, it becomes a pain in the a$s and drops the WAF significantly.

I checked out the Xbox One, which seems better, but that's got it's own issues.
First world problems here for sure, but I don't see the PS4 offering much over the PS3 with regards to what I use it for, which is namely Blurays, video files and youtube on a non smart TV.

EDIT: White only left at this price by the looks of it.

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