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#232111 29-Mar-2018 22:12
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Samsung Galaxy S9+ LED Cover (Purple) + 8GB microSD card: $100 ono for the lot.





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#1985773 29-Mar-2018 22:18
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$100 sold what a deal I think you have a pricing error

 

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  #1985774 29-Mar-2018 22:22
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Keeping in mind it is only a cover and a microsd card:

 

 

 

https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/phones-and-gps/accessories/mobile-phone-cases/android-cases/samsung-s9-cases/samsung-ef-ng965pvegww-galaxy-s9-led-cover-purple/prod162056.html





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  #1985776 29-Mar-2018 22:24
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Quick read of the title looks like Samsung S9+ (actual handset)

 

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  #1985778 29-Mar-2018 22:34
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$100 sold what a deal I think you have a pricing error

 

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he offered you 100 for it, take it! teach john to read!





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  #1985780 29-Mar-2018 22:38
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hio77:

 

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$100 sold what a deal I think you have a pricing error

 

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he offered you 100 for it, take it! teach john to read!

 

 

Might give it a miss considering I don't have a S9

 

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  #1986179 30-Mar-2018 20:13
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hio77:

 

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$100 sold what a deal I think you have a pricing error

 

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he offered you 100 for it, take it! teach john to read!

 

 

Might give it a miss considering I don't have a S9

 

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Luckily for you the case is for S9+


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