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Topic # 140610 14-Feb-2014 21:29
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I wonder what the full retail price of this usually is




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  Reply # 987537 14-Feb-2014 21:37
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I wonder what the full retail price of this usually is


Huh?

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  Reply # 987566 14-Feb-2014 23:58
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Uh...try again ?




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  Reply # 987573 15-Feb-2014 01:01
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Ok?

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  Reply # 987577 15-Feb-2014 02:15
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I wonder what the full retail price of this usually is


Better get two at that price. 




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  Reply # 987597 15-Feb-2014 08:36
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I am heading out to buy 3 now, I can't wait just about to wet myself

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  Reply # 987604 15-Feb-2014 09:01
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is this for real? what a bargain! I'm sure apple fans are queueing round the block by now!

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  Reply # 987761 15-Feb-2014 14:03
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Sorry, but.. Is there a NZ Herald daily deals site? Second, is that something that is showing up on the site?


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  Reply # 987779 15-Feb-2014 14:34
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The Herald owns the GrabOne daily deals website. Like most of these websites, the "deals" are usually a pile of old stock someone wants to get rid of, like refurbished iPhone 3GS handsets.

I'm guessing the first post here is an error displayed on the website - I don't think the daily deals run at weekends, which possibly cause the error (the deals are printed in the newspaper and I can't see one in today's issue).

There's also the GrabOne Store where you can buy mostly left-over "deals" nobody wanted and GrabOne Escapes for travel holiday stuff.

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  Reply # 987784 15-Feb-2014 14:47
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Most of the deals are average but there are some steals as well (the occasional $30 for 60 coupon etc) or mistakes which allowed you to buy $65 credit for $13 etc

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  Reply # 987816 15-Feb-2014 16:16
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Ah, forgot about GrabOne. I find daily deals irrelevant so tend to ignore those anyway...

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