Skepticism abounded when Kogan announced last week that it would offer free TVs if customers could find equivalent models cheaper at JB Hi-Fi or Harvey Norman. He's proven true to his word: Gus at Lifehacker notes that at least four customers will be getting free panels, including (by the looks of it) one lucky Gizmodo commenter. It would appear that one lucky Gizmodo commenter is amongst the folks who managed to take advantage of Kogan's offer last week of a free TV if you could spot an equivalent model cheaper at either JB Hi-Fi or Harvey Norman. Ben's comment on the original story states that he's expecting to have his TV sent out on Monday. Care to share your shopping secrets, Ben?[Lifehacker]
Kogan Starts Sending Out Free TVs
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