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  # 1440630 4-Dec-2015 16:52
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Went in store to get a couple of things today. Saw one customer come in and buy about 40 hard drives and 10 laptops. Apparently its one of the resellers that comes in and does this. There is no limit per customer. Quite ridiculous actually. Leave the bargains for the end consumers. I am sure he will go and hike up the price and make a killing. 

Nothing legally wrong obviously, but Dick Smith should really put a stop to that sort of thing

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  # 1440633 4-Dec-2015 16:57
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sidders80:
trig42:
sidders80:

My local store said they only had 2 degree versions, so wouldn't match it.

What about this for a bargain?


Wow, I'd buy that for that price. Wonder if it is just that store?


It was across all stores but stock was an issue.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1440635 4-Dec-2015 16:58
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Krishant007: Went in store to get a couple of things today. Saw one customer come in and buy about 40 hard drives and 10 laptops. Apparently its one of the resellers that comes in and does this. There is no limit per customer. Quite ridiculous actually. Leave the bargains for the end consumers. I am sure he will go and hike up the price and make a killing. 

Nothing legally wrong obviously, but Dick Smith should really put a stop to that sort of thing


They weren't discounted by much were they? There didn't seem to be too many dscounted things that I could see apart from cases and cables.

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  # 1440639 4-Dec-2015 17:03
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Hm, the things that stood out were $48 1tb portable hard drives, cheap ish camera. Oh the Samsung 4k UHD monitor (last years model) was for $299. Almost bought that one. 

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  # 1440641 4-Dec-2015 17:08
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TV's were cheap if they had old models left... some Pana plasmas for not much money.
If it is in a box, it's a deal, but if it's a 2 year old plasma that has been running on a store demo for 700+ days... pass.*


*Unless it's a TH-P65VT60 for $500... then I'd be in like a robbers dog!

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  # 1440642 4-Dec-2015 17:10
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Albany doesn't have prices on most of the things to show they are on sale




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  # 1440644 4-Dec-2015 17:11
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richms: Albany doesn't have prices on most of the things to show they are on sale


I notice that as well, then i saw all the printed off prices behind the counter



 
 
 
 


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  # 1440648 4-Dec-2015 17:14
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That's either because they have none of the stock... or because it's a plan to have a rolling sale.
I'll check again tomorrow morning... as I got what I wanted today, but there may be a few options?

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  # 1440650 4-Dec-2015 17:19
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Got some wemo led lamps so I can use them with my echo. $79.98 for starter set of 2 lamps and bridge.




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  # 1440652 4-Dec-2015 17:21
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Some of those hard drive prices, such as Toshiba are really good, but what happens around 10 Jan when they have sold out of all the good stuff and only have their dse brand junk left..

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  # 1440659 4-Dec-2015 17:32
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Saw a person buying 4x$99 Go Pro Hero 3's, easy $400-500 profit for them

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  # 1440661 4-Dec-2015 17:32
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They didn't have that price on them. damn I want some gopros.




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  # 1440693 4-Dec-2015 19:26
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Pretty happy with my purchases, got a new 48" Panasonic 4K TV for $699 :)

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  # 1440696 4-Dec-2015 19:35
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LostBoyNZ: Pretty happy with my purchases, got a new 48" Panasonic 4K TV for $699 :)


I saw one display plasma at one DSE that had massive screenburn on it. Think it was st lukes. Amazing that they still had crap plasmas on display with all their flickery dithery mess. Guess there may be some truth to what they guy was telling everyone that they were just clearing stock to make room. But we all know thats probably not fully true ;)




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  # 1440697 4-Dec-2015 19:36
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I got 2 x kindle paper white (3g + wifi) for $99 each

I think it's this one but I can't find a model number on the box lol
http://www.dicksmith.co.nz/kindle-paperwhite-high-resolution-300ppi-display-wifi-free-3g-dsnz-ta7041

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