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  # 1109505 16-Aug-2014 14:39
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Hi,

I am trying to buy a Phanteks Enthoo Pro case, except there is no NZ distributor, and the closest one is PCCaseGear in australia (they won't ship international).

Has anybody used youshop to get a full tower case before? How much did it cost? Are the 25% discount codes 'unlimited' (as in there isn't a cap on how much they take off?). Would probably get it off amazon or ebay.

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  # 1110030 17-Aug-2014 18:50
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Hi, does anybody know if "howabout50", "whynot25", and "howabout25" coupon codes still work for YouShop?

Also, I forgot if you were able to use these codes in conjunction with the $6 off a second parcel if paying together?

Thanks.




 
 
 
 


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  # 1110032 17-Aug-2014 18:53
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leaplae: Hi,

I am trying to buy a Phanteks Enthoo Pro case, except there is no NZ distributor, and the closest one is PCCaseGear in australia (they won't ship international).

Has anybody used youshop to get a full tower case before? How much did it cost? Are the 25% discount codes 'unlimited' (as in there isn't a cap on how much they take off?). Would probably get it off amazon or ebay.


I think they are once only. Use the shipping calculator to calculate the cost.  It will be expensive to ship.




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  # 1110119 17-Aug-2014 21:06
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sonyxperiageek: Hi, does anybody know if "howabout50", "whynot25", and "howabout25" coupon codes still work?


Used the "howabout25" on the 7th, with success, parcel delivered to my R.D. address on the 12th - thanks YouShop

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  # 1110144 17-Aug-2014 21:55
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sonyxperiageek: Hi, does anybody know if "howabout50", "whynot25", and "howabout25" coupon codes still work for YouShop?

Also, I forgot if you were able to use these codes in conjunction with the $6 off a second parcel if paying together?

Thanks.

 

 

 

howabout50 has expired but whynot25 and howabout25 still work. I dont think they work in conjunction with the $6 discount for the second parcel, could be wrong about that though...

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  # 1110409 18-Aug-2014 12:21
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Just used whynot25 with two parcels. The $6 2nd package discount still applies but a $4.50 repacking fee was added. Ended up saving me an extra $2. Woohoo!

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  # 1110417 18-Aug-2014 12:32
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zoziw: Just used whynot25 with two parcels. The $6 2nd package discount still applies but a $4.50 repacking fee was added. Ended up saving me an extra $2. Woohoo!


Did they repack to a smaller box/size ?
hoping to get an upcoming package taken out of its box and just sent in a plastic type sachet to save on postage costs (its a non-fragile wetsuit)

 
 
 
 


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  # 1110419 18-Aug-2014 12:35
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Yeah actually I think that must have been there before and I didn't notice. They repacked some boots I bought from 5.1kgto 2.97kg. Saved me $30.

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  # 1110420 18-Aug-2014 12:35
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I just did my first  purchase from Amazon UK via Youshop UK.  Seemed way faster that the US one but for some reason the UK Amazon supplier  sent two  A4 size packages (Neato DVD labels)  to  Youshop.  Why they didn't send one package  is beyond me as I was charge to shipping twice.  However Youshop  just sent them on as two packages  rather than one charging me $22 for the first and about $16 for the second one..




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  # 1110422 18-Aug-2014 12:37
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shonofear:
zoziw: Just used whynot25 with two parcels. The $6 2nd package discount still applies but a $4.50 repacking fee was added. Ended up saving me an extra $2. Woohoo!


Did they repack to a smaller box/size ?
hoping to get an upcoming package taken out of its box and just sent in a plastic type sachet to save on postage costs (its a non-fragile wetsuit)

Unless it's in a massive box it probably won't make much difference, surely?

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  # 1110439 18-Aug-2014 12:58
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$30 is massive IMO :)

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  # 1110447 18-Aug-2014 13:12
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bazzer:
shonofear:
zoziw: Just used whynot25 with two parcels. The $6 2nd package discount still applies but a $4.50 repacking fee was added. Ended up saving me an extra $2. Woohoo!


Did they repack to a smaller box/size ?
hoping to get an upcoming package taken out of its box and just sent in a plastic type sachet to save on postage costs (its a non-fragile wetsuit)

Unless it's in a massive box it probably won't make much difference, surely?


true, but some places are a bit ridiculous with the sizes of boxes for like 1 small item. will wait and see, as im once again on the threshold of getting import taxes and lower shipping costs will hopefully keep me under...

yea shoe boxes are worth tossing out, good savings there.

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  # 1110482 18-Aug-2014 14:06
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Dumb question re customs duty: I have two parcels shipped separately from Amazon bought on one order. Both arrived at YouShop around same time so I paid freight on both on one invoice. Customs value of each item is<$60 so duty free but if valued together will cost me $104. Any idea if the way I've done it will cost me at nz customs?

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  # 1110483 18-Aug-2014 14:08
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No Guarantees but it should be fine that way

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  # 1110493 18-Aug-2014 14:10
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Cool. Had me worried.

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