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Topic # 236375 30-May-2018 11:17
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Think JB's Wednesday sale is quite good especially (or only) the 50% off (selected) blurays.

 

NL have Office 365 5 user 1 year for $99 for a few days as well.





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  Reply # 2025536 30-May-2018 11:35
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Agreed, normally JB Hifi's sales are instore only but this time online is included. Plus there was extra 5% discount online with coupon.

 

I think I'm one of a handful of people in the world still buying Blurays so filled up my trolley last night.

 

Geeky recommendation - Carl Sagan's Cosmos Ultimate Edition for $26.99




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  Reply # 2025545 30-May-2018 11:45
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Yep, had so many tabs open in Chrome for the 'movies under consideration' list I could barely click on one without closing it. The Expanse, Mr. Robot, GOT, Paddington 2 and a few others. It still adds up though !





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  Reply # 2026032 30-May-2018 23:55
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JB Hi-Fi have the 65" Sony X9000F for $3516 which is the cheapest it's been so far since it's release earlier this month. When JB first listed it, it was $4971, then dropped to $4688 a few weeks ago, now $3516.


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  Reply # 2027831 3-Jun-2018 15:50
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I just picked up a 28" UHD High Glossy Monitor 4K monitor for only $486.75 from Noel Leeming, Lower Hutt store... But Noel Leeming doesn't sell DisplayPort cable, neither does JB HiFi or Harvey Normans. JB HiFi asked me "Whats DisplayPort?" and then trying to convince me to by an Apple Micro DisplayPort to HDMI adaptor.

 

I did not fancy going to Wellington to getting a $15.99 cable from pbTech. But was annoying is that I could have gone to JayCay and gotten a cable for $24.99, but I forgot when I was out and about in the Hutt. Traffic was manic today.

 

 

 

 

 

 






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