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  Reply # 1517426 22-Mar-2016 10:36
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Now saying "Final 48 hours", for online sales.

 

But store sales will continue...

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maybe they ran out of courier bags...


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  Reply # 1518064 23-Mar-2016 00:47
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They had no plastic bags in the store I went to on Sunday. Heaps of people there but not many people buying given the still crazy high prices. But those who were had to carry what they bought.





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  Reply # 1518069 23-Mar-2016 01:14
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Maybe they ran out of courier bags...

 

 

Probably no idea what they have in what store anymore with things walking out the door and staff not caring much. No point counting them again.

 

 





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  Reply # 1518291 23-Mar-2016 11:25

Probably hiding IPhone 4 cases in their undies. Would not set off the alarms..

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  Reply # 1519023 24-Mar-2016 13:15
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Site has 30-80 % now. Anyone been instore to see it the red stickers are now 80%?





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  Reply # 1519030 24-Mar-2016 13:22
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Anyone think it's worth going to have a look?

 

Or will it just be cables and iphone 5s cases?

 

 


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  Reply # 1519039 24-Mar-2016 13:30
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I got some C and D rechargable cells for 70% off earlier on. Might go back for some more D's if they are 80% off. The crappy ones in my maglight dont last that long off charge.





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  Reply # 1519089 24-Mar-2016 14:50
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Latest e-mail from them, discounts now 30-80%


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  Reply # 1519112 24-Mar-2016 15:30
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TVs at the glenfield one now have a slideshow of the fittings and prices on them. Red dot items now 80% off. Other stuff not changed except what was 20 is now 30.




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  Reply # 1519495 25-Mar-2016 09:15
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any bigger discount on imac's yet? or still just 10%?


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  Reply # 1519792 25-Mar-2016 19:39
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It's hilarious that they're even trying to hock their store fixtures at exorbitant rates. $475 for a lockable glass cabinet (sans keys, of course), $5 for an old powerboard, and $3 for a freaking hook!


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  Reply # 1519793 25-Mar-2016 19:43
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It's hilarious that they're even trying to hock their store fixtures at exorbitant rates. $475 for a lockable glass cabinet (sans keys, of course), $5 for an old powerboard, and $3 for a freaking hook!

 

 

 

 

Glass cabinets can go for under $100 at turners, so I doubt too many people will pay half a grand for an old second hand one. If you look on trademe, a brand new one is about one grand, and second hand ones seem to range around the 100-300 mark, some cheaper. So 25% of th new price is probably more accurate. But guess they have to start high., and then go down over time, like they have been doing. When does the slow car crash actually end, and the doors close?


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The doors will never close if they end up selling those off too. tongue-out


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  Reply # 1519834 25-Mar-2016 20:28
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The doors will never close if they end up selling those off too. tongue-out

 

 

 

 

they will have to sell the RFID door locks first tongue-out





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  Reply # 1520116 26-Mar-2016 18:48
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It's hilarious that they're even trying to hock their store fixtures at exorbitant rates. $475 for a lockable glass cabinet (sans keys, of course), $5 for an old powerboard, and $3 for a freaking hook!

 

 

 

 

I had a look at the $475 cabinets today, and they don't look to be a great design. Also says they don't come with keys, so that is potentially a big cost to get it all keyed up. They were also selling wall fitting for between 1-3k. Many had yellow sold tags on them, so not sure if they are sold, as the tags didn't have any details. Did manage to key an ipad air2 bluetooth keyboard for $13, and a clear case for $4, both 80% off. but many of the things that were discounted by 80% such as the philips powerboards have gone. But heaps of things aren't discounted enough. Also they are just padding out the store with new shelves of HDMI cables. You have to wonder how many HDMI cables they actually have, and many are only being sold half their normal price.


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