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Topic # 160045 21-Dec-2014 21:10
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Just after Christmas, after new years, sales a bit later on? After a stove - probably induction after the advice I've gotten here :)




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  Reply # 1201634 21-Dec-2014 22:12
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sdavisnz probably has the answer to this. Try PM'ing him in case he doesn't see this thread.

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  Reply # 1201697 22-Dec-2014 07:16
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joker97: 2 weeks ago


We've been looking around for the past few weeks, most things have been standard prices at most places. They all do deals - at LV Martin they offered an "$800 pot set" with a $2500 stove - but we didn't need a huge pot set.




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Trademe the pot set?

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  Reply # 1201716 22-Dec-2014 08:45
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joker97: 2 weeks ago


We've been looking around for the past few weeks, most things have been standard prices at most places. They all do deals - at LV Martin they offered an "$800 pot set" with a $2500 stove - but we didn't need a huge pot set.


well definitely not after christmas. new year's day prices have to be higher so that they can "sale" again later. how much later I can't remember, as I don't tend to shop after that.

Before christmas prices are lowest. boxing day, selected items are bargains but in general other prices are higher. then i usually get bored on new year's day and go again and get a shock at how much they raise the price for the new year's "sale". then i don't tend to window shop for a long time ... i htink usually February, waitangi sale. Farmers usually have a red dot sale at this time.

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