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  # 929122 7-Nov-2013 21:37
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jonb: bondandbond.co.nz are doing 20% off everything until the 12th.   Bond and Bond is now the Noel Leeming clearance/ex-display store so prices are already reduced, now with extra 20%.  Use code Get20Off .


Got a Huawei Ascend Y100 for $59 + $6 shipping but during checkout I got a $50 discount.
Total amount paid inc shipping is $15. Is that for real or what..?



edit: fixed screenshot

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  # 929133 7-Nov-2013 21:46
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I can't believe this, here's another one. You'll end up paying for just the shipping of $6:




 
 
 
 


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  # 929148 7-Nov-2013 22:15
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Got a Canon camera for $25. 8 piece knife set $6. Samsung 64in TV for $2300.

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  # 929149 7-Nov-2013 22:16
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Canon camera $15, 8 piece knife set $6 :) incl P&P
Rice cooker + ear phones = $6 :) incl P&P




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  # 929158 7-Nov-2013 22:37
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I looked and looked but nothing at all I want/need.

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  # 929161 7-Nov-2013 22:46
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All the cameras seem to be 2011 models, 

 

I think anything sold for under 100 gets a $50 discount

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  # 929171 7-Nov-2013 23:01
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Stan: I looked and looked but nothing at all I want/need.


Yeah neither

 
 
 
 


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  # 929175 7-Nov-2013 23:05
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  # 929183 7-Nov-2013 23:19
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Excessive pagination on bond and bond makes browsing it too much work.




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  # 929185 7-Nov-2013 23:19
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russelo: Wi​-​Fi Tank with Video Recording
$25 inc shipping



WANT!




HTPC: Intel i3-2100 / 12GB RAM / AMD HD7750 / 480 GB SSD / 58TB Storage / MediaPortal / MadVR / Win10
AVR: Pioneer Elite SC-LX87 220W 9.2 Ch AVR
Speakers: Wharfedale Jade 7 Fronts / Jade 2c Center / Jade 5 Rears
Subs: iNuke 3000dsp 3000W proamp with 4x 15" JBL Sealed Subs
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  # 929187 7-Nov-2013 23:21
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Right who brought the Iron I wanted on B&B :P

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  # 929197 8-Nov-2013 00:01
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macuser: All the cameras seem to be 2011 models,  I think anything sold for under 100 gets a $50 discount


I was looking at the Sony H70 camera ($199 down to $155), but in the end got the last Fujifilm JZ100 ($79 down to $35 inc p&p) as we need just a decent point and shoot that doesn't eat AA batteries.

Looks like total orders between $50 and $200 get a flat $50 discount at checkout, then it scales.

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  # 929244 8-Nov-2013 08:50
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jonb:
macuser: All the cameras seem to be 2011 models,  I think anything sold for under 100 gets a $50 discount


I was looking at the Sony H70 camera ($199 down to $155), but in the end got the last Fujifilm JZ100 ($79 down to $35 inc p&p) as we need just a decent point and shoot that doesn't eat AA batteries.

Looks like total orders between $50 and $200 get a flat $50 discount at checkout, then it scales.

 

Yea you're right

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  # 929384 8-Nov-2013 13:20
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I went to the B&B site just now, and it is no longer giving the same discount as it was last night. I was going to get a cheap point and shoot camera, ex demo which last night it was a lot cheaper, so that promotion looks to have ended. It only seems to be giving a 20% discount now, which doesn't really make it worth it. Prefer to pay a little more and get a newer model, which is new in the box. I did however pickup some headphones and an xbox game last night for about $12 which was a good buy, even though it was old stock and an older game.

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  # 929459 8-Nov-2013 14:43
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They are cancelling the orders... just received by email:

 

Dear Customer,

 

Due to an error within the Bond+Bond website during the evening of 7th November 2013, we have had several transactions that were inaccurately charged. We have identified those purchases and as a result we have no option but to cancel your order/s in line with our terms of service.

 

Naturally we have only done this after careful consideration and we sincerely apologise for this mistake. As an apology for this inconvenience, should you wish to remake your purchase, please use this free delivery* coupon valid until the 6th Dec 2013.

 

Coupon Code: freedelivery

 

We trust you understand our actions and encourage you to take advantage of the amazing deals and price points available at bondandbond.co.nz.

 

Kind regards,

 

James McComb
Multi-Channel Manager
www.BondandBond.co.nz

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