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Topic # 228883 27-Jan-2018 16:44
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I know JB's in NZ had a deal on echo dots earlier, but just grabbed 2 x Google mini homes for AUD$79.


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  Reply # 1947632 27-Jan-2018 22:51
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From where? And how much for shipping?


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  Reply # 1947800 28-Jan-2018 11:23
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getresults:

 

From where? And how much for shipping?

 

 

From where?

 

As per subject line, JB Hifi Australia.

 

And how much for shipping?

 

Doesn't appear they'll ship (I'm currently there, so picked them up in person).
It does appear that the likes of http://ausff.com.au/ would ship them for a reasonable price via DHL Economy.
Might be worth checking out.

 

 


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  Reply # 1947829 28-Jan-2018 12:36
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Google really are missing a trick by not selling them here. Meanwhile, Amazon marches in.
Incidentally, JB Oz was selling them at Sydney Airport for $74 (for two) only two weeks ago. But that new year special has finished.




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  Reply # 1951319 4-Feb-2018 10:57
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3g:

 

getresults:

 

From where? And how much for shipping?

 

 

From where?

 

As per subject line, JB Hifi Australia.

 

And how much for shipping?

 

Doesn't appear they'll ship (I'm currently there, so picked them up in person).
It does appear that the likes of http://ausff.com.au/ would ship them for a reasonable price via DHL Economy.
Might be worth checking out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ah yeah, I missed the subject line the first time sorry.  Thank you - I'll check asuff.com.au out. 

 

 


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  Reply # 1951343 4-Feb-2018 13:22
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Apparently you can also add a Chromecast for +$20.

 

So glad I'm staying about a JBHiFi in Sydney, I know where I'm heading soon!

 






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