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Topic # 112858 23-Dec-2012 23:20
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Hi There!

Anyone know of any retailers doing a deal on these over the next few days (don't require for xmas day). 

I'd like minimum 20 but ideally 25% off.

If you get any for xmas I'm happy to take them off your hands upto $150 worth.

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  Reply # 736735 23-Dec-2012 23:23
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Pretty sure BP was doing 2 $20 cards for $30 through January. I bought a few there a coupl of weeks ago.

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  Reply # 736743 24-Dec-2012 00:00
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Warehouse Stationary had 20% off but that ended today, maybe they will do it again for Boxing Day Sales who knows.

What are you planning to buy anyway? Movies/Albums? :)



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  Reply # 736744 24-Dec-2012 00:02
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Finch: Warehouse Stationary had 20% off but that ended today, maybe they will do it again for Boxing Day Sales who knows.

What are you planning to buy anyway? Movies/Albums? :)


Music. I don't find that the speed of the delivery of movies or tv episodes via itunes satisfactory and most movies I want the big screen experience for. 

Warehouse had a deal on albums today $16 delivered so I bought one, tempted to buy another, I am not sure about Mumford and Sons....

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  Reply # 736750 24-Dec-2012 01:21
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$50 card for $40 - Dick Smith on boxing day

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  Reply # 736798 24-Dec-2012 10:23
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I just tried their website, where abouts is the offer?



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  Reply # 737354 26-Dec-2012 13:00
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Anyone get any cards they want to part with for 75% of face value can message me.

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