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Get up to $200 Store Credit When You Buy Online @ The Good Guys - 3 Days Only

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Get up to $200 back when you buy online at The Good Guys!

To Celebrate the launch of The Block Glasshouse you can get up to $200 back as a Cyber CashbackTM store credit from The Good Guys when
you buy online. Hurry, this offer is available for three days only from Monday 28th to Wednesday 30th July 2014. Happy Shopping!

Spend $1000 or more in single transaction and get a $200 store credit.

Terms and conditions
Purchases of Apple, ASKO, Miele, Neff, Jennair, Hoover, Falcon, delivery, extended warranty and Gift Card purchases, purchases made from The Good Guys ebay store or purchases utilising previously earned Store Credits do not qualify for this promotion.

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    Anyone know if the LG 50PB560B Plasma is any good at this price? I could only find limited info online

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    Can this credit only be used online?

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    Wished it was cashback not store credit. Also it's a bit misleading to write cash back twice on the homepage only to have the T&C state that it's a store credit.

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      TGG are a little bit dodgy. Manager tried to deny me the price guarantee on a recent deal. After a bit of pushing though I got it.

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    @dy4me

    Because I want to buy a tv(click and collect) for $1000, then get the store credit and go in store(where I can haggle the price) to buy a new vacuum cleaner.

    Edit: Just read the T&C, seems to me like you can redeem in store. It doesn't say you can't anyway.

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      The Store Credit is: Redeemable for merchandise or services at participating The Good Guys stores only;

      From T&Cs

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        online is also a good guys store. the Good guys online Store. :D or there is always click and collect.

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      @fatpizza Just keep in mind you wont get the $200 right away. they will email the voucher to you by Aug 15. The last time GG had a similar cashback you could use the credit both online and instore.

  • +4 votes

    Purchases of Apple, ASKO, Miele, Neff, Jennair, Hoover, Falcon, delivery, extended warranty and Gift
    Card purchases, purchases made from The Good Guys ebay store or purchases utilising previously
    earned Store Credits do not qualify for this promotion.

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    I just purchased a Reverse Cycle Split System from them on Saturday (well over $1K). I'm guessing I should be able to use their price match policy against themselves on this one?

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      maybe not.. given it's a cashback.. their price is still the same.. worth a try though!

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      I would think you have a good case to ask for the $200 store credit they are now offering, given it's only been 2 days since your purchase. Would be pretty low of them not to!

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        The system is pre-set, no way to get store credit if your invoice not in sale period.
        But a good guys can do is "cancel" and invoice again, then you will have your bonus.

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      Funny how they argued with me last time that the price match is not with their own shop! but then I got the difference at the end. If you haven't opend the item, I want to return will be a good start…

      Good Luck!

    • +1 vote

      The came through for me … gave me a store credit for the amount I was out of pocket. That's the 3rd time they've made up the difference on items I've purchased. I'm guessing they've refunded me $500 in total now.

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    Assuming you have a $200 store credit.
    Do you have to mention it when making a deal on a subsequent purchase.
    Or can you just surprise them at the end with a "hahaha - look at my credit…."

    i.e. assume you have negotiated a deal on a new "back hair removal tool". Lets assume that is $350 RRP. But you negotiate a good deal with some good guys, and then you end up being offered the wonderful tool for $200. Can I then say, "hahahaha - look at my credit" and get it for free?

    If the answer is no, not only will you get a neg from me, but I will be really upset.

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      Have credit or not has nothing to do with bargaining, store credit just money which you cannot withdraw, you think too much about it. I did use good guys store credits couple times, nothing different with real money.

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        Well have been burnt in past, not from good guys though, buts its important to ask these questions in a public forum.
        Why you neggeg me, has got me beat. I am only trying to clarify what any ozb might ask.

        If you read others posts you will find that having credit or not does result in bargaining power.

        CREDIT != CASH

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          I think we're all a little more concerned about you purchasing a "black hair removal tool"….

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          Why would you feel the need to go "hahaha I have credit"? How you pay has no effect on the salesman, it's not like it's coming out of his pocket. Treat it like cash, just don't be a d**k about it!

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    thought of getting 2x ps4s and couple of games…

    but they removed almost what i need on their online!

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    TGG sucks i wouldnt go there unless the 50% off happen again

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    this morning I juz had a good deal with TGG at Nunawading, I bought off Sony 50" 3D LED TV at $1148 instead of $1489. Online shop sells at $1298 and he initially offered me $1248 and I counteroffered that I rather deal with the sales guy in store and forget about the $200 store credit and I would take $100 off $1248 and he made a deal with his boss. I reckon store credit is crap, rather go to store and take further cash discount which sounds better to me.

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      Nice deal.
      As long as you don't plan on buying anything else in the bear future, then yes direct cash discount is better than $200 credit in a few weeks time.