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# 138994 24-Jan-2014 11:34
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Looks like this doesn't have an end date either



http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=596184 Order with FREE AmazonGlobal Saver Shipping If your order is $125 or over and being shipped to India, Singapore, or New Zealand, you may qualify for FREE AmazonGlobal Saver Shipping. With AmazonGlobal Saver Shipping, your order will be delivered 9-14 business days after all of your items are available to ship, including pre-order items. To place an order:

     

  1.  Add at least $125 of eligible AmazonGlobal Saver products to your Shopping Cart. Note: Items must be eligible for the AmazonGlobal Program and sold by Amazon.com.
  2.  Proceed to checkout.
  3.  Ship your items to a single address in India, Singapore, or New Zealand.
  4.  Select Group my items into as few shipments as possible as your shipping preference.
  5.  Select AmazonGlobal Saver Shipping as your shipping speed.
Note: AmazonGlobal Saver Shipping may be used with a promotion code. The qualifying amount is the total amount of the products purchased before the promotion code is applied. You can review the full program requirements on our About FREE AmazonGlobal Saver Shipping page.

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  # 973443 24-Jan-2014 11:38
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About time!

This is great!





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  # 973451 24-Jan-2014 12:09
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I used this to get a Nexus 7 32gb, cost $249 USD with free shipping, so saved around $100 NZD on local prices! Now thinking about adding a NAS to my shopping list

 
 
 
 


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  # 973462 24-Jan-2014 12:27
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just remember to consider warranty and duty...

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  # 973471 24-Jan-2014 12:43
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Is there any way to browse amazon with "show me only AmazonGlobal eligible items" turned on? That'd be much easier than hunting around.



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  # 973477 24-Jan-2014 12:45
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timmmay: Is there any way to browse amazon with "show me only AmazonGlobal eligible items" turned on? That'd be much easier than hunting around.


I went via "International Shipping" http://www.amazon.com/International-Shipping-Direct/b?node=230659011 and then on the left side you can select "AmazonGlobal Eligible"

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  # 973485 24-Jan-2014 13:01
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Has to be sold by Amazon is an important part too.

I just found something I'm interested in, but the Amazon offered price is quite a bit more than many other sellers are advertising. Pity Amazon don't price match with their other listed sellers...

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  # 973486 24-Jan-2014 13:01
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Thanks for this, I was tossing up whether I ordered something I had sitting in my cart but the shipping was the same price as the item, so now I'm getting a couple of extra things I had wanted thrown in for the same price.

 
 
 
 


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  # 973487 24-Jan-2014 13:02
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  # 973691 24-Jan-2014 17:07
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FYI it does take the full 14 working days to get here


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  # 973692 24-Jan-2014 17:09
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mrphil: FYI it does take the full 14 working days to get here


It really depends. I bought a two pairs of shoes and they were here in a week. Some stuff we ordered for wife after Xmas but before New Year took three weeks.






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  # 973702 24-Jan-2014 17:31
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freitasm:
mrphil: FYI it does take the full 14 working days to get here


It really depends. I bought a two pairs of shoes and they were here in a week. Some stuff we ordered for wife after Xmas but before New Year took three weeks.




the first hdd i ordered took the full 3 weeks and the second hdd still hasnt left their depot and its been a week now 

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  # 973733 24-Jan-2014 18:17
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ResponseMediaNZ:
timmmay: Is there any way to browse amazon with "show me only AmazonGlobal eligible items" turned on? That'd be much easier than hunting around.


I went via "International Shipping" http://www.amazon.com/International-Shipping-Direct/b?node=230659011 and then on the left side you can select "AmazonGlobal Eligible"


It doesn't seem to work very well, as products that it filters using this enabled, may still get charged for shipping. They really need an easier way to do it,

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  # 973736 24-Jan-2014 18:20
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lucky i'm still saving up to add more hdd to my DS412+

want to give any of those hdd to me :)

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  # 973818 24-Jan-2014 21:13
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Seagate are meant to be the worst for reliability. They are cheapest though. I've had a good run but I think it's ending.

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