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Andrew Ritchie

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Mon, 4th October 2010, 8:59am - updated - Mon, 25th October 2010, 10:55pm

These websites work by advertising an item that is on special each day.  They usually have a limited number of that item available and are only available for 24 hours.  Sometimes, if it is a great deal or a popular item, it will sell out within an hour.

http://www.zazz.com.au

http://www.catchoftheday.com.au

 


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steve

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Mon, 4th October 2010, 6:22pm - updated - Mon, 25th October 2010, 10:55pm

 

Oz Bargainwww.ozbargain.com.au

This website has some great bargains on it!  User's post any deals that they come across.  This could vary from a special at Coles to bargain flight to Cairns.  Once a deal has been posted to the site, members can vote on how good the deal is.

The most popular bargains are promoted on the site so that there is more of a chance that only true bargains are being shown.

 


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Fish

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Tue, 5th October 2010, 3:09pm - updated - Mon, 25th October 2010, 10:55pm

 

Another couple of sites to check out are http://www.scoopon.com.au and http://www.jumponit.com. You can sign up and they'll send 'daily deals' to your email address.


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mistamatty

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Mon, 1st November 2010, 12:26pm

For those not afraid to have a tinker building their own PC's, or for those wanting to upgrade their current rigs, I recommend MSY - http://www.msy.com.au.  They have great prices and a big range of stuff. They can get very busy on the weekend but it's worth a bit of a lineup.


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Shane

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Thu, 11th November 2010, 12:15pm

Scoopon is another good one to check out http://www.scoopon.com.au/melbourne


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Jasper

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Fri, 12th November 2010, 3:51pm

eBay is also good for bargains.


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Jasper

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Fri, 12th November 2010, 4:03pm

Quote from Fish’s comment on Tue, 5th October 2010, 3:09pm:

Use the following link to get onto scoopon: www.scoopon.com.au. Once you're there, choose a city in Australia. (The link below does not work.)

Another couple of sites to check out are http://www.scoopon.com.au and http://www.jumponit.com. You can sign up and they'll send 'daily deals' to your email address.

 


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ubonvet

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Tue, 23rd November 2010, 10:06am

There are numerous sites available now if you want to grab a bargain and if you are prepared to try online buying. I have been purchasing goods on the net for some years now and have never had a real problem. I tend to use paypal if available, or my credit card for sites that I know well. Some sites to consider, apart from good old ebay, are:

www.crazysales.com.au

www.catchoftheday.com.au

www.graysonline.com.au

www.tradingpost.com.au

probably my favourite is Graysonline, mainly because of the great wine deals available. Grays also specialize in computers and other electronic wizbangs

have fun checking these sites out


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Robert Darby

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Mon, 13th December 2010, 7:36pm

The Best site that I have found is

                                                 http://www.ipcone.com/index.asp


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TH71

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Sat, 15th January 2011, 4:48am

Hey Robert, i ordered something from ipcone, once i paid, nothing, no response at all.

They are theives.