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  #186203 26-Dec-2008 21:22
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lurker: DSE are doing 40% off mice & keyboards and on top of that there is the Microsoft 25% cashback thing going on.


This deal is insanely good. ALL microsoft keyboards, mice, combos and Webcams are 40% plus 25% cash back on RRP, not on the price you pay. I picked up today (including cashback redemption)

Wireless Optical Desktop 4000: $49.40 = 67% off RRP of $149!

LifeCam VX-6000: RRP = $37.40 = 75% off RRP of $149!

I didn't realise quite how good the deals were, might have to go pickup another few!




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  #186206 26-Dec-2008 21:34
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ROFL

If you can get hold of the Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 from DSE, you will make money. They are on sale for $23.98 and you can get $40 cashback for it!




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  #186207 26-Dec-2008 21:41
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If you can get hold of the Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 from DSE, you will make money. They are on sale for $23.98 and you can get $40 cashback for it!


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  #186210 26-Dec-2008 22:10
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anyone for a bluray/hdmi/nvidia 8600 laptop - on sale at dse:
Acer Aspire 5920 Bn model for $1198!




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  #186423 28-Dec-2008 21:17
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If you can get hold of the Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 from DSE, you will make money. They are on sale for $23.98 and you can get $40 cashback for it!


Reading the microsoft website I can have 3 claims per person

so if I buy 3* of these mice @ 23.98 (as on DSE website) = 71.94 and then claim back (as on microsoft's website) 3* 40 (120.00)

I can make $48 ????

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  #186430 28-Dec-2008 21:26
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LennonNZ:
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If you can get hold of the Mobile Memory Mouse 8000 from DSE, you will make money. They are on sale for $23.98 and you can get $40 cashback for it!


Reading the microsoft website I can have 3 claims per person

so if I buy 3* of these mice @ 23.98 (as on DSE website) = 71.94 and then claim back (as on microsoft's website) 3* 40 (120.00)

I can make $48 ????

Thanks

Of year.. and then sell them on trademe for say $20 each and I've made $100 NZ :-)


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  #186432 28-Dec-2008 21:28
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LennonNZ:
so if I buy 3* of these mice @ 23.98 (as on DSE website) = 71.94 and then claim back (as on microsoft's website) 3* 40 (120.00)

I can make $48 ????

Thanks




Yea, just good luck finding three!




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  #186436 28-Dec-2008 21:35
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LennonNZ:
so if I buy 3* of these mice @ 23.98 (as on DSE website) = 71.94 and then claim back (as on microsoft's website) 3* 40 (120.00)

I can make $48 ????

Thanks




Yea, just good luck finding three!


damm.. just noticed on their website..LIMITED STOCK: This product is only available to personal shoppers at the Retail Stores listed below.

so can't order them online :-( looking at th other stuff with cashbacks nothing else gives you the same amount of profit..


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