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Topic # 239860 8-Aug-2018 12:31
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Hi all

 

As a 2degrees customer and the ultimate Samsung fan, we wanted to give you a heads up that something big is coming this Friday.

 

This isn't for the fainthearted, you'll need to be quick and prepared to skip your morning coffee to be first in line. 

 

Be one of the first 20 people to pre-order Samsung's powerful new device, before it hits the shelves, and you'll receive a secret combination to unlock a briefcase containing $2000 worth of the latest Samsung tech. We'll even give you 6 months free on your Carryover Plan. 

 

These suitcases aren't just anywhere, you'll need to exclusively pre-order your new Samsung device at 2degrees Mid Queen Street at 8am Friday 10th August 2018. 

 

2degrees Mid Queen Street
187 – 189 Queen Street
Auckland

 

We'll see you there from 6:30am, 

 

The team at 2degrees

 

Terms & Conditions - 

 

*Carryover Plan will return to full price after 6 months free. 

 

If you are one of the first 20 customers to successfully pre-order the new Samsung Device at 2degrees 187 Queen Street, Auckland CBD on 10/08/18 from 8am you will receive a Samsung Galaxy prize pack containing $2,300 worth of bonus Samsung technology and 2degrees prizes. One prize pack per person. Prize pack will be delivered on 14/09/18.  The prize is not transferable or exchangeable, and cannot be taken as cash. Employees of 2degrees and their relatives cannot enter.  2degrees takes no responsibility for lost, late or misdirected prizes. T&cs apply.


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  Reply # 2069814 8-Aug-2018 12:43
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Terms and conditions should also state..."Limited to those who live in Auckland only, because the rest of NZ...pfffffft"......


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  Reply # 2069871 8-Aug-2018 13:19
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maoriboy:

 

Terms and conditions should also state..."Limited to those who live in Auckland only, because the rest of NZ...pfffffft"......

 

 

Samsung & Aucklanders seem a natural combination





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  Reply # 2069879 8-Aug-2018 13:30
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I'm prepared to risk a trip to Auckland for the prizes.

 

My unlock code is  D-R-E-M-E-L

 

What do I win?





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  Reply # 2069882 8-Aug-2018 13:37
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I'm currently using a S5 but not sure if I would want to take the risk for an exploding briefcase....


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  Reply # 2069883 8-Aug-2018 13:45
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What device do we have to pre-order?

 

 


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  Reply # 2069887 8-Aug-2018 13:50
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probably the note 9, hence the exploding briefcase risk


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