Attention bargain hunters: eBay's Click & Collect site is offering a $100 voucher to use at Woolworths or Big W when you spend $300 or more. You can also get a $50 voucher for orders over $149.99. In other words, you're essentially getting a third of your money back to spend at one of the aforementioned stores. Here are the details.
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As we all know, both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 are in high demand. Stock is limited and retailers are battling over the next set of units. This means — that for stores like EB Games, JB Hi-Fi and Big W — pre-orders are all important. If they can prove demand is high at their store, they'll get more consoles.
That's why staff at Big W have been informed to try and sell pre-orders onto customers frustrated at the fact both consoles will most likely sell out quickly.
When we reviewed the Kindle Fire HD last year, we were bitterly disappointed. Mainly because it was a good little device that just didn't have any of the great Amazon features available for Australians. That's about to change, however, with the news overnight that Amazon will make the Kindle Fire HD available for shipping to Australia. Hurrah!
The entry-level iPod Touch is one of those products that regularly sees small price drops below Apple's "official" selling price of $219, but it's been a while since I've seen any retailer willing to take a larger hit on it. Big W's current special sees it selling for $178; combined with a current free shipping promotion, this is a decent deal if you wanted an entry level iOS device.
Bring on the Lamingtons, Australia got the new iPad first! Too bad it doesn’t do 4G here. Maybe that’s why queues were clearly down. Gizmodo hit the streets of Sydney for Telstra’s midnight opening, while just across the road Apple faithful quietly considered an unexpected twist. Buy a $30 Telstra prepaid stater pack and they could grab the iPad outright (not on a plan) long before Apple opens at 8am. What’s an iPad camper to do?
Big W already compete pretty well when in comes to tech, but tonight only the company is offering an additional 10 per cent off store wide for Everyday Rewards customers. It's only at a handful of stores and only for a limited time tonight, but the conditions don't seem to exclude any real tech purchases, which could make for some good savings.
It's inevitable that whenever a price cut for a console comes through — like Microsoft's announced $50 cut to its Xbox 360 with Kinect bundles yesterday — that the major retailers will snip a little bit more again off the edges. Big W's gone one further; it's selling the 4GB 360 for $288.