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    Feel free to sift through and report back, I can't be arsed with their convoluted sales

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    HELL KNIGHT wrote:
    Feel free to sift through and report back, I can't be arsed with their convoluted sales
    Not even once.

    I only go to their site from click throughs from pricespy.

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    HELL KNIGHT wrote:
    This gets written in dark text on a black background in the email, so you have to highlight it to see it...WTF!

    * Sales excludes: Products not in stock, Products already on sale, CPU, Memory, Motherboard, Graphics Card, HDD/SSD, Custom Desktop PC, Bundle Package Deals, BYOD Chromebook Packages, Game Points Cards, Gift Vouchers & Technical Services.
    What a joke, isn't that about 80% of what playtech actually sells? Why not just tell us what's actually on sale instead of playing this guessing game with the customers.

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    Yeah, i'm not even going to bother posting their "sales" anymore.

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    Major backfire lol

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    They used to be a top tier store, had good prices/sales/service. I see no reason to even click through via pricespy these days personally.

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    MrCake wrote:
    They used to be a top tier store
    When?

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    Privoxy wrote:
    When?
    2014 was my last order with them, 13% off sale on stuff they exclude now.

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    Privoxy wrote:
    When?
    2006-2010 they were good

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    Not your usual tech deal...
    But Humble Bundle have a "Humble Software Bundle" which includes:
    • EaseUS Partition Master Pro (Can recommend. Is great for moving OS/data from HDD to SSD)
    • AirParrot 2 (Screen casting for PC/Mac)
    in the Pay what you want bracket (minimum US$1).

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    BURN_BABY wrote:
    What a joke, isn't that about 80% of what playtech actually sells? Why not just tell us what's actually on sale instead of playing this guessing game with the customers.
    CPU, Memory, Motherboard, Graphics Card, HDD/SSD,

    Come to our computer store and get 10% off almost everything you can't find inside of a computer.


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    1randomkiwi wrote:
    Not your usual tech deal...
    But Humble Bundle have a "Humble Software Bundle" which includes:
    • EaseUS Partition Master Pro (Can recommend. Is great for moving OS/data from HDD to SSD)
    • AirParrot 2 (Screen casting for PC/Mac)
    in the Pay what you want bracket (minimum US$1).

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    Easeus is excellent.

    AirParrot maybe useful for someone?

    Excellent if you want to do any Futuremark benchmarking.

    I'm surprised DaemonTools still exists.

    Subscription stuff can go in the bin.

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    suntoucher wrote:
    Easeus is excellent.

    AirParrot maybe useful for someone?

    Excellent if you want to do any Futuremark benchmarking.

    I'm surprised DaemonTools still exists.

    Subscription stuff can go in the bin.
    Hence why I just paid NZ$1.45 just to get EaseUS and try Air Parrot

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    Well played by CL in their latest email.

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    Haha I was just thinking that

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    DW wrote:
    Well played by CL in their latest email.
    Hah, indeed.

    Computer Lounge:

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    I had a wee giggle too.

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    I need to buy sumthin from CL! My upgrade itch needs scratchin!

    lol at playtech sale

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    Tfw waiting for ryzen upgrade

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    http://nz.dell.com/QS!GVx5OcJeSqcFBg...e_id=323549803

    Makes the XPS 13" a good $400 off.

    Placed an order this morning, still waiting on a response from Dell though.

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    Haisley wrote:
    I need to buy sumthin from CL! My upgrade itch needs scratchin!

    lol at playtech sale
    I also feel this. But really don't need anything... Maybe a new chair.

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    Word Of Madness wrote:
    I had a wee giggle too.
    haha CL...

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    Some pretty good deals on gaming peripherals at ebgames

    $57 on a MX mechanical keyboard

    https://www.ebgames.co.nz/featured/pc-keyboards

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    Privoxy wrote:
    http://nz.dell.com/QS!GVx5OcJeSqcFBg...e_id=323549803

    Makes the XPS 13" a good $400 off.

    Placed an order this morning, still waiting on a response from Dell though.
    As mentioned in Liquids laptop thread, wasn't the XPS 13 cheaper at JB last week($1911) or is that an older SKU.

    http://www.gpforums.co.nz/threads/51...w-laptop/page3

    Dell's NZ single unit pricing is rubbish unless it's been a price error(which twice they have honoured for GP orders surprisingly).

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    The $1911 price looked to have been an error on JBs side as it was back at $2550ish a few days ago.