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  Reply # 1466189 8-Jan-2016 20:26
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Not sure if it's against the rules to bring up an old topic, but I noticed this amazing "sale" on the DJI Phantom at PBTech that's actually $400 above what they're selling in store for currently. Most other retailers (Photo Warehouse, Heathcote Appliances) are stocking it at around the $999 price point, so this seems straight up deceptive to me.







 


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  Reply # 1466191 8-Jan-2016 20:30
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lol

Either an error or it needs to be reported to the proper people because they do seem to be a liitle deceptive with their "Sales"

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1466194 8-Jan-2016 20:36
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Where was the Sale promoted?

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  Reply # 1466208 8-Jan-2016 21:04
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Jase2985: Where was the Sale promoted?


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  Reply # 1466230 8-Jan-2016 21:52
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Peppery:
Jase2985: Where was the Sale promoted?


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the other bit about this email that i found interesting is many of the items are currently limited or out of stock completely. will have to remember to go back and check if thats still the case right before the sale hits out of curiosity!  




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  Reply # 1466231 8-Jan-2016 21:54
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definitely report it to the COM COM or the ASA

they seem to be pretty good about it

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