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  Reply # 2150256 24-Dec-2018 22:02
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sbiddle:

 

blakamin:

 

Also just got an email from Sony about A8F discounts

 

 

I see the LG B8 OLED has finally seen an OLED under $2k in the Aussie market - they're selling for $1995 on special.

 

 

 

 

Yup, amazed with the exchange rate too!

 

I think they're not selling many.

 

 

 

 

 

I'll be in the market again in the next 2 years, so....

 

Saving for that years Sony flagship equivalent of the A1 or A9F

 

 

 

The KD55A8F is now on sale for $1999 here ending 8am boxing day morning (and the 65 for $2999).

 

 

 

 

 

edit: Samsung Q6 65 is under $2k too.

 

But you buy 2018 now and then see all the new gear announced at CES for March - April, instant regret.

 

Either wait until just before the roll over for last years at low prices, or get the latest new tech, if any.


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  Reply # 2150258 24-Dec-2018 22:21
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All the obligatory boxing day sale emails have just rolled in from the usual suspects.  Can't say I notice anything different to any other "sale".  Yawn.  

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 2150276 24-Dec-2018 23:38
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Here's a Galaxy S9 for $799 from Noel Leeming!




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  Reply # 2150346 25-Dec-2018 08:11
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scuwp:

 

All the obligatory boxing day sale emails have just rolled in from the usual suspects.  Can't say I notice anything different to any other "sale".  Yawn.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yep, its a pity its got so commercial. Kids wanting money, etc, but a sign of the times I guess. 

 

I bought $550 worth of goods at Briscoes the other day, paid $240. I'm glad I was able to take advantage of the annual one day sale..... :-)


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  Reply # 2150348 25-Dec-2018 08:15
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tdgeek:

 

 

 

I bought $550 worth of goods at Briscoes the other day, paid $240. I'm glad I was able to take advantage of the annual one day sale..... :-)

 

 

My wifes hairdryer crapped out yesterday. Briscoes were having a sale with 40% off hairdryers. Turned out Noel Leeming were $10 cheaper than Briscoes sales price for exactly the same hairdryer.


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  Reply # 2150353 25-Dec-2018 08:19
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I don't know much about hairdryers but how does this compare? Note that you in theory can apply a $5 coupon too ...





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  Reply # 2150354 25-Dec-2018 08:26
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Batman:

 

I don't know much about hairdryers but how does this compare? Note that you in theory can apply a $5 coupon too ...

 

 

A quick Google shows a $60 price, so thats probably RRP, HN google search shows $26, now $15. Less coupon = $10. Crazy, but good


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  Reply # 2150365 25-Dec-2018 08:39
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i wonder if it's one of those compact ones ... could be handy for travels ...





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  Reply # 2150403 25-Dec-2018 10:21
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I'm eyeing up a Carpet Shampoo'er that Noel Leeming is advertising for around $470 (special order), but Harvey Norman have it for around $630 and I think they have it in stock. Are they known to Price Match at all?


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  Reply # 2150407 25-Dec-2018 10:30
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DjShadow:

 

I'm eyeing up a Carpet Shampoo'er that Noel Leeming is advertising for around $470 (special order), but Harvey Norman have it for around $630 and I think they have it in stock. Are they known to Price Match at all?

 

 

They should do. I bought a fridge freezer the other day. I had a kind offer here for a deal, but we chose another model. HN guy showed me the price match webpage, and all were around or a bit more, so he said they can't do any better. If NL advertise a cheaper deal I'd expect them to give that to you. Call and ask. You will be put through to a sales person on the floor in that dept.


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  Reply # 2150413 25-Dec-2018 10:52
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I bought $550 worth of goods at Briscoes the other day, paid $240. I'm glad I was able to take advantage of the annual one day sale..... :-)



My wifes hairdryer crapped out yesterday. Briscoes were having a sale with 40% off hairdryers. Turned out Noel Leeming were $10 cheaper than Briscoes sales price for exactly the same hairdryer.



Briscoes wi'll match the NL price less 15% I've done this a few times.




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  Reply # 2150425 25-Dec-2018 11:46
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Any PS4 pro deals out there, the cheapest is 499 at warehouse console only

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  Reply # 2150453 25-Dec-2018 13:15
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https://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/p/veon-55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-led-lcd-tv-sro554k2017-p6/R2378989.html#start=1

 

What d'you think for 500 bucks ? it ain't a Sony A1 but any thoughts on viewing angles etc ?





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I think you can get a branded one for a couple of hundred bucks more that works better. But just for the panel, the panel is fine, very similar to the low end branded ones.




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  Reply # 2150477 25-Dec-2018 16:24
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Looking for a Laptop for my grand daughter for college next year. Had a look at PB tech xlease PCs.   Plenty listed but not available online and when I look at the  store stock mostly nil stock apart from maybe one store in the country.

 

Guess it will be Noel Lemmings 

 

 





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