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  Reply # 736840 24-Dec-2012 12:43
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Mighty Ape has got their Boxing Day sale up now. 8000 products on sale they say. Will take a while to look at them all :D



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  Reply # 736853 24-Dec-2012 13:04
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mjb:
logo: Looking for a cheap Kobo Glo - what's JB's sale?


I don't know how true it is, but the nice sales lady at Whitcoulls told me that Kobo's never get discounted... So I bought one for the wife anyway.


They are giving 20% off all books boxing day, but don't know if that will include ebook readers. Probably not.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 736876 24-Dec-2012 15:44
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CADMAX: IT worked! sale made! $$$

They do get discounted from time to time.


*shrug*, I was going to buy one anyway.




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  Reply # 736934 24-Dec-2012 18:04
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JB Hifi have their page up now. Interestingly they are advertising a 4GB Xbox Kinect Bundle for $249 but when you click it it is a 320GB bundle. Thinking it?s a typo but hoping it's not!



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  Reply # 736936 24-Dec-2012 18:08
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Harvey Normans have got their boxing day through to new year price list up too.

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  Reply # 736937 24-Dec-2012 18:11
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Yoobee have $200 off a few macbooks.



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  Reply # 736939 24-Dec-2012 18:23
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HN have $320 off a mac book, $66 bluray players, 40% of logitech computer stuff, $99 bar fridges

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  Reply # 736947 24-Dec-2012 18:49
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Bond and Bond are 20% off major brands, SGS3 only $679.20

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  Reply # 736953 24-Dec-2012 19:08
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Bond's and Noel Leeming's have 20% off most weekends don't they?
Why no 25 or 30% off????
Lame.
So much for a big Boxing Day event.



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  Reply # 736986 24-Dec-2012 20:40
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Dunnersfella: Bond's and Noel Leeming's have 20% off most weekends don't they?
Why no 25 or 30% off????
Lame.
So much for a big Boxing Day event.


The last couple of years have been a bit disappointing with boxing day specials, partly because stores tend to have theses sales throughout the year now. NL and B&B ones aren't any better than their regular 20% sales which rotate.

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  Reply # 736988 24-Dec-2012 20:47
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Warehouse looks good. I got a mailer in the paper today said 20% off Dvds + Bluray over $20, import only though but includes TV series. Plus they have $2/3/4/5/6 DVDs :)

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  Reply # 737024 24-Dec-2012 23:08
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Wade: Bond and Bond are 20% off major brands, SGS3 only $679.20


Or nexus 4 for a few $$ less
http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/mobile-cellular-phones-cellphones/2degrees/2degrees-smartphones/lg-nexus4-google-nexus-4-smartphone/prod120508.html

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  Reply # 737040 25-Dec-2012 01:22
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Anybody found any deals on Itunes cards..?

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  Reply # 737042 25-Dec-2012 01:36
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insane:
Wade: Bond and Bond are 20% off major brands, SGS3 only $679.20


Or nexus 4 for a few $$ less
http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/mobile-cellular-phones-cellphones/2degrees/2degrees-smartphones/lg-nexus4-google-nexus-4-smartphone/prod120508.html

ta. bought!

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  Reply # 737095 25-Dec-2012 09:46
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dell.co.nz has 30% OFF lots of stuff

eg $700 off dell 17RSE, $840 off XPS 15 ...

BUT that still prices them 30% ABOVE what you can buy them for in the US RRP AFTER tax!

Australasians are being ripped off to fund the rest of the world :(

(sorry had to insert this rant to remind us ... eg the Subaru STi in the states = 40k NZ eq but it is 70k here)

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