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  # 2150810 26-Dec-2018 19:20
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It's a brilliant office 365 price, don't usually see it below about$98. I bought 2, I believe they stack.

With an Office 365 for home subscription, you get 60 Skype minutes that you can activate. Skype minutes let you call landlines in more than 60 destinations worldwide and mobile phones in select countries and regions. To activate your Skype minutes:

NZ is landline only




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  # 2150842 26-Dec-2018 20:38
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andrewNZ: It's a brilliant office 365 price, don't usually see it below about$98. I bought 2, I believe they stack.

With an Office 365 for home subscription, you get 60 Skype minutes that you can activate. Skype minutes let you call landlines in more than 60 destinations worldwide and mobile phones in select countries and regions. To activate your Skype minutes:

NZ is landline only


Ok so basically useless then.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2150845 26-Dec-2018 21:01
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1101:

 

Super Cheap Auto have 30% off today

 

But, many prices seem higher than usual. No 'super cheap' deals on oil etc.
Its only good for stuff they never put on special through the year .

 

 

I bought some fluid and brush for cleaning my alloy wheels and it didn't feel like much of a bargain even with 30% off.

 

Elsewhere I got a good deal on the Philips Hue gear that I was planning to buy. Noel Leeming had 30% off but I didn't want to buy from them because they are cowboys so I went to Bunnings and they price matched with an extra 15% as per their advertised guarantee. The whole process was reasonably painless. 


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  # 2150853 26-Dec-2018 21:07
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So many wants, so little money. Sigh. This capitalism things a bugger.





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  # 2150864 26-Dec-2018 21:35
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alasta:

 

1101:

 

Super Cheap Auto have 30% off today

 

But, many prices seem higher than usual. No 'super cheap' deals on oil etc.
Its only good for stuff they never put on special through the year .

 

 

I bought some fluid and brush for cleaning my alloy wheels and it didn't feel like much of a bargain even with 30% off.

 

Elsewhere I got a good deal on the Philips Hue gear that I was planning to buy. Noel Leeming had 30% off but I didn't want to buy from them because they are cowboys so I went to Bunnings and they price matched with an extra 15% as per their advertised guarantee. The whole process was reasonably painless. 

 

 

What is the process with price matching? Just go to customer service? I'm planning on Hue myself. 





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  # 2150872 26-Dec-2018 22:01
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Did anybody try going to Mitre 10 to price match the Hues today, and also get their $15 gift card for every $100 spent at the store?




 
 
 
 


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  # 2150889 26-Dec-2018 23:17
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1101:

 

Super Cheap Auto have 30% off today

 

But, many prices seem higher than usual. No 'super cheap' deals on oil etc.
Its only good for stuff they never put on special through the year .

 

 

Just bought a new set of spark plugs for the V8

 

Was $32.29 each now $22.60 that's is a nice saving when you need 8


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  # 2150891 26-Dec-2018 23:36
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I can remember the days when they were $2.50 each.  I almost fell over when I needed a new set of platinum ones for my Nissan and it came to about $400.


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  # 2150898 26-Dec-2018 23:54
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landcruiserguy:

 

I can remember the days when they were $2.50 each.  I almost fell over when I needed a new set of platinum ones for my Nissan and it came to about $400.

 

 

"Back in my day a gallon of milk was 12 cents"





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  # 2150901 27-Dec-2018 00:36
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Cents or three shillings and hapenny?

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  # 2150916 27-Dec-2018 07:29
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In 1998 you could buy a house for $6000.





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  # 2151061 27-Dec-2018 11:51
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Mega look to be dumping a heap of those ring doorbell security cameras for $99 each.

First gen and they have the separate single point cameras also for $99.


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  # 2151068 27-Dec-2018 11:57
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Do you have a link? Can't see it on their site.

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  # 2151073 27-Dec-2018 12:21
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Harvey Norman has some aggressive pricing on the 75" TVs atm. 


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