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#152138 17-Sep-2014 12:58
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I will be flying to auckland and would like to offer 10 crazy kiwis the opportunity of receiving the iPhone early.

Most of the stock will be (6)space grey, however im happy to offload 4 golds as well. I may have more but time will tell.

Price will be 2000AUD (NZD equivalent)


be the envy of getting em early before anyone else

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  #1130631 17-Sep-2014 13:00
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Selling iPhones, at an airport.
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  #1130632 17-Sep-2014 13:01
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LOL paying over $1K more to get the device a week early? What a joke.




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  #1130633 17-Sep-2014 13:01
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Rock up on the saturday and see for yourself then

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  #1130636 17-Sep-2014 13:07
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tardtasticx: LOL paying over $1K more to get the device a week early? What a joke.


Well, he did say crazy kiwis.




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  #1130639 17-Sep-2014 13:08
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1 reserved (via pm) 9 to go

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  #1130640 17-Sep-2014 13:09
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*chuckle* private enterprise at work.  No arms are being twisted to buy these, so I support you.

It's not like ticket scalping - I have a problem with that.

If I were a buyer (which I won't be), I would demand to give them a try at the airport before handing over any ca$h, though the chance of these being dodgy is pretty slim.




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  #1130643 17-Sep-2014 13:10
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Wait a week and save almost $1000 not crazy at all bahahahahahahaha

 
 
 
 




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  #1130645 17-Sep-2014 13:13
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They will be sealed from apple. I will not be opening them until we are at the airport and ready to trade. you can take it out and turn it on for proof.

yep private enterprise at work; i need to see my relatives so works out perfect.

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  #1130653 17-Sep-2014 13:23
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Are people really that desperate? For a phone? People need to get a grip.

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  #1130655 17-Sep-2014 13:27
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BrentR: Are people really that desperate? For a phone? People need to get a grip.


I didn't see people complaining when entrepreneurial spirits tried selling Samsung Galaxy S5 and Nokia Lumia 930 to eager consumers, ahead of the local launch

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  #1130665 17-Sep-2014 13:31
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I had a brief thought about keeping an eye on the success of this and shooting across to see my friend in Philadelphia when the iPhone 7 is released.  :)

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  #1130666 17-Sep-2014 13:32
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Just wondered how someone is going to pass through Customs with ten iPhones and not get pinged for GST (and a fine if not declared and found).





 

 

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  #1130667 17-Sep-2014 13:32
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Do you accept cash only? Can I pay this with my countdown credit card? Or eftpos?





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  #1130693 17-Sep-2014 14:02
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Lol this post made my day - if people can afford to drop that amount of money, they would have just done the same by going to Australia for the launch.

Suggest people do something meaningful this weekend like Vote (if they haven't)

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