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# 110775 15-Oct-2012 20:56
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Hi all, I have a JB Hi-Fi Gift card for sale. It's for $839.00 valid till June 2014. Will accept highest offer close to what it's worth as I'm not planning to buy anything soon.

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  # 701809 15-Oct-2012 21:58
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$550





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  # 702153 16-Oct-2012 16:48
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551

 
 
 
 


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  # 702157 16-Oct-2012 17:02
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$552(ZWD)







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  # 702164 16-Oct-2012 17:14
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$552.10 in cold hard 10 cent coins!

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  # 702172 16-Oct-2012 17:25
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$555 in $5 notes




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  # 702174 16-Oct-2012 17:32
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$556.23 in $7 notes.



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  # 702221 16-Oct-2012 19:44
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Thanks for the generous offer. I might keep it until I find someone who wants to buy something from JB

 
 
 
 


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  # 702229 16-Oct-2012 20:11
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I'll up it to $700 (do you have to use it all at once?)



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  # 702540 17-Oct-2012 14:46
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No you don't have to use it at once. I am still not convinced about letting it go, I might decide to buy something. I will take $790, getting $39.00 off is still a good deal and you have got so much time to use it. I am sure many here will buy things from JB in the next 2 years

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  # 702917 18-Oct-2012 13:31
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There's lots I'll want to buy in the next two years but $39 (i.e. under 5%) is not a good enough incentive for paying up front. I guess you forgot the time value of money?

Or rather you didn't, because you'd rather have the money for it now than spend it over the two years.

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