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Get up to $50 Store Credit When You Click & Collect @ The Good Guys Online

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Up to $50 Store Credit When You Click & Collect

Spend $70 Get $10 Store Credit
Spend $150 Get $20 Store Credit
Spend $300 Get $30 Store Credit
Spend $400 Get $50 Store Credit

READ TERMS

  • Only available for purchases made online and not for purchases made in local stores.
  • Excludes Apple, ASKO, Miele, delivery or Gift Card purchases
  • Previously earned Store Credits can be used in this promotion to complete the purchase. The eligible store credit for this promotion will be calculated on the total spend minus any store credit applied to this transaction.
  • Customers may make more than one eligible purchase during the promotional period. The Store Credit will be issued to customers for each independent transaction that exceeds $70.
  • There is no need for customers to claim the store credit; qualifying transactions will automatically receive a Store Credit via email.
  • Store Credits will be received no later than Wednesday the 14th of September 2016. The Store Credit will be valid until Monday 10th of October 2016.

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  • +3 votes

    Can stack with $25 voucher?

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      Looks like it according to Terms

      • +1 vote

        So do I have to spend $95 ($70 after voucher)? Or just spend $70 ($45 after voucher) to get $10 credit?

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          Yeah you must spend min $70 (After vouchers)

        • +4 votes

          @TRENT86: I think buying something worth $70 for $45 will still work. The $25 is store credit, not a promotional voucher. The invoice still lists full price; it's just that part of the payment was with store credit. It's essentially a gift card.

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          @puffinfresh: Well you can try it but don't hold your breath

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          @TRENT86: I can't, because I've used my $25 store credit already. There's a high chance it will work though; I doubt their system can tell the difference between these $25 store credits and any other $25 gift cards. The fact that people have been able to spend less than the $50/$100 requirement supports my theory.

  • +11 votes

    Up to $50 Store Credit When You Spend $70 or More & Click & Collect

    Spend $70 Get $10 Store Credit

    Am I just confusing myself here, or that part sounds kinda confusing? So it is not that you'll get $50 store credit if you spend $70 at TGG, is it? You have to spend $400 to get $50 credit, right?

  • +34 votes

    Title is a bit misleading

    • -17 votes

      Title is a bit misleading

      In what way? It clearly states UP to and the description goes into all the detail. Sheesh.

      • -1 vote

        With respect, if someone has to explain this then chances are you wont understand the answer. So please don't worry about it.

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        It can be true but still be misleading which is what this title was before it was fixed.

      • -3 votes

        @Mav Most aren't the brightest bunch on Ozbargain

    • +20 votes

      I agree, how about 'up to $50 store credit when you spend up to $400'. Of course the description is clear but the title highlights maximum return and minimum investment.

      • +19 votes

        What about '$10-$50 store credit when you spend $70-$400'

      • +4 votes

        What about "up to 14.3% back in store credit when you spend over $70". Because that's the very best you can achieve. Of course you then have to spend the store credit on something that probably doesn't have such a discount, so you won't end up saving 14.3% overall either.

    • +6 votes

      Agree with @Sage. This site above all else should have a higher standard of deal clarity.

      I.e. I wouldn't have clicked in here if it said up to 50 off 400 (instead of 50 off 70+)

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      Someone please report this post. The OP has made the title misleading again after it was changed by a Mod. I already reported it.

  • +2 votes

    What the hell were you doing on TGG website at 3 am

  • +11 votes

    Title is misleading.
    "up to $50 store credit when you spend $70 OR more"
    But I can't get $50 store credit if I spend $70 so the word is not OR.

  • +11 votes

    I thought spend $70 and get $50 credit, then damn it's not. Misleading title.

  • +3 votes

    got me wet for a second

  • +1 vote

    How good it would have been to spend $70 on a $70 item, use the $25 discount code….and then get $50 credit back.
    Rolls over and hits the alarm before awaking to reality….

  • +6 votes

    Did the Good Guys hire the old Dick Smith promo team..?

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    Basically the equivalent of the eBay 15% off sale starting today (which TGG are a part of).

    Edit: Actually, maybe TGG aren't a part of that offer? I swear they were on the list when I looked yesterday, but not there now…

    • +1 vote

      I thought they were, but today the terms and conditions are loveabd I found out otherwise.

      • +1 vote

        They were on the initial list.

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        They 100% were on the list as I searched the sale for an item and the goodguys came up. I have had problems trying to buy all day and now I know the reason why the call centre were so sketchy when I asked why I can't checkout after entering the code. Anyone got a screenshot of the original sale?

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    not for purchases made in local stores.

    Because you could probably get the same discount off the price (especially if paying by cash).

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    Argh just bought something last friday, not picked up yet. Any idea how to get this promotion as well?

    • +1 vote

      Buy it again then return the previous item that you paid at the higher cost

      • Only applies if you bought it previously in store.
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    once u get the store credit, how much time do you have before it get expired? any1 know?

  • +2 votes

    The store credit doesn't last very long, will probably force me to spend even more. Or buy some cheap junk I don't need. :(

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    Was Looking at the canon g9x, suprise the price has gone from $559 last week (and pretty much that price for the last 2 months i've been looking for one) now it's $629, same happened during the % off ebay deal a few weeks ago.

  • +1 vote

    Last week I went to pick up at Castle hill store and the staff had to photocopy my driver license and asked me to send the paypal transaction to them. Not sure why they had to do these.

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      Last week I went to pick up at Castle hill store and the staff had to photocopy my driver license and asked me to send the paypal transaction to them. Not sure why they had to do these.

      I don't care if they sight the drivers license but why I now have to read out the PayPal transaction ID? The good guys are stuck in the 1990's and seem to be putting more manual processes in everytime I visit.

      And you have to write your full name and sign in the folder. Sheesh.

      After I use this credit up I won't bother with the good guys anymore unless it's a super special. Talk about a backwards company.

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    Between buying something on special, plus using $25 coupon, plus more store credit from this, I've managed to save quite a bit. Thanks OP (and $25 coupon OP).

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    Looking to buy a toaster…

  • -2 votes

    If buying something through their eBay store what do you reckon the chance is of still getting the credit?

    Picking up en eBay click&Collect order you get an invoice that looks the same as you ordering through the website…

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    Has anyone received the store credit yet? Today suppose to be the last day to send out store credit vouchers.

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