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Dick Smith's, JB Hi-Fi having huge sales over the weekend - prepare your credit card

Dick Smiths, JB Hi-Fi having massive sales, up to 20% off notebook brands like Dell, ASUS, Toshiba a

| Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Oct 19, 2012 4:46 am

Just before the Windows 8 bell rings next week, it looks like big Australian retailers in Dick Smiths and JB Hi-Fi are having mammoth sales. These two sales will be two of the best we'll see this year for electronics, as they pave the way for new hardware in the coming weeks.


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Dick Smith's XXXL Sale, and JB Hi-Fi's Stocktake Sale details are below.


Dick Smith's XXXL Sale:

  • Up to 30% off TVs
  • Up to 30% off computers (excluding tablets, Apple computers and iPad)
  • 10% off Apple computers (excluding iPad and built-to-order machines)
  • 40% off Logitech and Microsoft mice, keyboards, headsets and webcams (excluding tablet/iPad keyboards and PC speakers/docks)
  • 40% off headphones (excluding gaming, PC and mobile phone headsets, Junior range, Apple, Beats by DRE, Pioneer & Logitech UE)
  • 25% off in-car GPS (excluding D4557 and D9174)
  • 20% off Sony, Nikon and Olympus digital cameras
  • 30% off gaming software (below $59.95)
  • 20% off Home Theatre Systems


JB Hi-Fi Stocktake Sale:

  • 15% off Samsung TVs
  • 20% off Dell, Toshiba, Acer, Asus computers
  • Up to 20% off HP computers
  • $100 trade-in on Canon DSLRs (conditions apply)
  • 15% off digital, video and action cameras
  • 30% off car stereos
  • 20% off portable navigation
  • 20% off Sennheiser headphones
  • 30% off Targus laptop bags
  • 20% off Sandisk memory cards
  • 20% off Lowepro camera bags


Dick Smith's sale is exclusively limited to Saturday only, whilst JB Hi-Fi's should run over the entire weekend.


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