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Topic # 17341 22-Nov-2007 02:53
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TOMTOM ONE XL InCar GPS available from DSE, normally $597, now $585 (save $12).

That's a 2% saving - whoop'd Undecided


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  Reply # 96352 22-Nov-2007 10:11
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Don't have the discount then.

Thats a 25 pack of blank DVD's ;)

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  Reply # 96372 22-Nov-2007 11:18
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DSE's pricing can be a bit bizarre at times. Anyone else noticed that the 512MB 1G iPod Shuffle only costs a measly $75, but the 1GB 2G iPod Shuffle will cost you a whopping $75?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 96390 22-Nov-2007 13:08
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Hmm, I heard these amazing stories about how staff members sell themselves iPod Touch and mobiles for $1 on cost, or something. Some loophole that they use everytime.

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  Reply # 96436 22-Nov-2007 17:56
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confuciousnz: Hmm, I heard these amazing stories about how staff members sell themselves iPod Touch and mobiles for $1 on cost, or something. Some loophole that they use everytime.


Haha! That sounds like a big problem! I asked one of my mates who works for DSE, and he has never heard of it. I wonder how widespread it is?

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  Reply # 96439 22-Nov-2007 18:19
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The person who decide the pricing for dick smith products must be a real genius, the 1gb flash drive are about seven bucks cheaper than the 512 atm too, I just wonder if anyone is stupid enough to buy the 512 instead :P







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  Reply # 96445 22-Nov-2007 18:49
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rscole86:
confuciousnz: Hmm, I heard these amazing stories about how staff members sell themselves iPod Touch and mobiles for $1 on cost, or something. Some loophole that they use everytime.


Haha! That sounds like a big problem! I asked one of my mates who works for DSE, and he has never heard of it. I wonder how widespread it is?


Well, let me tell you this: it happens in the real Westside. Not some borderline wannabe-West suberb like St Lukes, but in a place that seems to have twice the "West" in its name. If I, a minor, can understand that, surely GZ's older members can. I don't even read mystery novels! I dunno if it happens everywhere, but I can only speak for the actions of the aforementioned West store. Westside.



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  Reply # 96452 22-Nov-2007 19:45
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confuciousnz: Well, let me tell you this: it happens in the real Westside. Not some borderline wannabe-West suberb like St Lukes, but in a place that seems to have twice the "West" in its name. If I, a minor, can understand that, surely GZ's older members can. I don't even read mystery novels! I dunno if it happens everywhere, but I can only speak for the actions of the aforementioned West store. Westside.


I have no idea what you are saying.

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  Reply # 96460 22-Nov-2007 20:19
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I think he means Henderson?

Westcity Westfield Shoppingtown

I did not know that, but then only an Aucklander would expect everyone else to know erverything about their own country :p

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  Reply # 96465 22-Nov-2007 20:43
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nate: TOMTOM ONE XL InCar GPS available from DSE, normally $597, now $585 (save $12).

That's a 2% saving - whoop'd Undecided



What would you say if GST went up 2% or income tax

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  Reply # 96525 23-Nov-2007 09:10
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I would blame nate Tongue out

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