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Topic # 55328 30-Dec-2009 11:18
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1-Day are running a 7-Day Crapathon with Nintendo Wii, Sony PS3 Slim, and iPods featured (at least one of them each day).
See marketing here: http://www.1-day.co.nz/docs/email/2009/12December/29/crapathon291209_nz.html

Did anyone get one, or even see one of these deals yet?

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  Reply # 286035 30-Dec-2009 12:03
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No. I've looked quite a lot. Never seen anything good. A LOT of repeat junk also.

It wouldn't be hard to miss something that appears for less than a minute though...



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  Reply # 286036 30-Dec-2009 12:12
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From the looks of their Facebook comments there has been something each day, was a Wii recently, says "today at 1:01pm" so am guessing that is GMT which makes it midnight ??

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  Reply # 286048 30-Dec-2009 13:05
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No, it tries to (and always gets it wrong) get your timezone from your settings. It's actually telling me that some of the events have happened up to 12 hours in the future. Facebook (the site) is just moronic.




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  Reply # 286058 30-Dec-2009 13:29
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Just saw a 120GB PS3 Slim go for $500. Not exactly an awesome deal but still better than nothing.




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Reply # 286066 30-Dec-2009 13:48
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Can't believe I missed it.  My wife came home for lunch so I stepped out of the office to make a sandwich for her...

I'll tell her she cost me a cheap PS3, see if she'll chip in for the difference Foot in mouth

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  Reply # 286080 30-Dec-2009 15:04
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So basically, if you sit at the computer and keep refreshing the page, you'll have a chance to get a good deal
on an ipod, Wii or PS3?



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  Reply # 286082 30-Dec-2009 15:08
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LOL yes, but if you convert time wasted into $$$ then it's not really worth the worry!

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  Reply # 286163 30-Dec-2009 21:33
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c71931f: PS3 $499 currently all allocated tho http://www.1-day.co.nz/products/AEOACN9S1



Nice, how long have you been sitting refreshing the page for?



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  Reply # 286171 30-Dec-2009 22:24
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Heh. It's now up and crashed.




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  Reply # 286211 31-Dec-2009 08:01
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Dead (still?)

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  Reply # 286301 31-Dec-2009 19:00
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did it come with a game? If not then $500 for a PS3 slim is a pretty crappy deal. you can get the PS3 with a $100 game for under $600 in most places. I got mine for $598 with a game, remote control, and $180 of vouchers from Noel Leeming.

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  Reply # 286363 1-Jan-2010 11:31
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Correct. It's JUST the PS3. No extra controllers, games, vouchers, and not including shipping.




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