Australia Day means a day off and a chance to reflect on our national heritage, but for retailers it's just another excuse to stage a sale. Here are the most notable deals we've seen.
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Many of these are bargains that occur regularly (actually, I can't remember when I last went into a JB Hi-Fi and didn't see the DVDs on sale). But we're not complaining; why pay full price if you don't have to? Deals run all weekend and Monday.
- Computers: 10 per cent off
- Cameras: 15 per cent off
- Blu-rays and DVDs: 20 per cent off
- TVs: 10-20 per cent off
- Apple computers: 11 per cent off
- Headphones: 30 per cent off
- iTunes cards: 20 per cent off
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 3: 10 per cent off
- 2 $20 iTunes cards for $30
- HP All-In One, notebook and tablet for $998
Originally published on Lifehacker
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