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  Reply # 2076443 20-Aug-2018 18:58
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I guess it depends. My item was something that's unlikely to be in store being Dolby Atmos speakers. I'm happy :-}




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  Reply # 2076527 20-Aug-2018 21:52
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rscole86:

I wonder if the free items are already in their Australian or Auckland warehouses? (Assumption of an Auckland warehouse from the printed shipping label saying Amazon Warehouse Auckland)



my items shipped through us based amazon facilities looking through the tracking details

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2076638 21-Aug-2018 10:46
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Is this deal still on ?

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  Reply # 2076673 21-Aug-2018 11:52
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As above, it does not look like it is on as a blanket 'over $75 sold and shipped by Amazon' but is still available on certain products. So lucky dip?


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  Reply # 2077025 21-Aug-2018 19:31
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Just bought a headset and monitor stand. Headset had the option of free shipping but not the stand. Chatted with Amazon rep and they asked me to place the order and provide them the number which they then removed the shipping cost. Monitor stand was 40USD and shipping was $40 as well so great deal.


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  Reply # 2083449 3-Sep-2018 20:23
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It seems some items have really fast shipping too, I just bought a 1TB SSD last week Tuesday, it shipped out Friday and I have it this morning!

 

Was shipped with DHL. It's crazy.


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  Reply # 2085018 6-Sep-2018 13:27
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8TB Seagate External Desktop Drive just $139.99 USD + free shipping =$222 NZD 

 

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HAPGEIE/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 


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  Reply # 2085112 6-Sep-2018 15:56
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I need a 8tb internal drive




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  Reply # 2085127 6-Sep-2018 16:19
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I've previously purchased 3 of these for my htpc and might just add another. Can confirm that drives are removable, haven't had any issues running them as internal drives.

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  Reply # 2085134 6-Sep-2018 16:42
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ok thanks!





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  Reply # 2085168 6-Sep-2018 18:25
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I purchased a 4TB Seagate portable yesterday with free delivery scheduled for Monday (got the SMS from DHL). 

 

NZ$139 from Amazon with free shipping. NZ$239 from JB Hifi for the exact same model, NZ$219 at PB Tech.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2086181 8-Sep-2018 19:30
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champakram:

8TB Seagate External Desktop Drive just $139.99 USD + free shipping =$222 NZD 


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HAPGEIE/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 


Looks the free shipping has ended

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  Reply # 2086182 8-Sep-2018 19:41
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champakram:

 

8TB Seagate External Desktop Drive just $139.99 USD + free shipping =$222 NZD 

 

 

 

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HAPGEIE/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 

 


Looks the free shipping has ended

 

 

 

Yep, sure has. Well was nice while it lasted.


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  Reply # 2086184 8-Sep-2018 19:47
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Ive seen it come and go on things I have been keeping an eye on, but even the paid shipping on that HDD is a bargain compared to the "sales" from PB etc.





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  Reply # 2090417 14-Sep-2018 06:52
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sbiddle:

I purchased a 4TB Seagate portable yesterday with free delivery scheduled for Monday (got the SMS from DHL). 


NZ$139 from Amazon with free shipping. NZ$239 from JB Hifi for the exact same model, NZ$219 at PB Tech.


 


 



Any chance of a link on this please. Am shopping for similar myself. Thanks.

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