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Motorola Moto G4 Play $189, Chromecast 2 $44, Philips Vacuum Beard Trimmer $57 (after $20 Cashback) + More @ The Good Guys eBay

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Google Chromecast 2 $44 (C&C) Expired (Now $48). Can grab one from Bing Lee for $46 if you need one now

Decent price if you need to pick one up now. If you were looking for the ultra, see this deal.


Motorola Moto G4 Play $189 (C&C)

Recently dropped from $229 to $199, now the cheapest price yet with the further $10 off. Alternatively you can buy in store for $199 to get $20 credit via this deal.


Philips BT7201 Series 7000 Vacuum Beard Trimmer $57 (after $20 cashback) (C&C)

Further $10 off this deal. Claim $20 cashback here after purchase - retailer The Good Guys.

Use your receipt/tax invoice received in store or upon delivery, not your eBay/PayPal receipt as eBay is not supported, but The Good Guys is.


Miele Complete C1 Vacuum $189 (C&C) Out of stock

A further $10 off this deal. Not part of the click & collect store credit deal so this works out best.


Breville Prodigio Capsule Machine BEC500XT $119 (after $79 cashback)

Claim cashback here

A further $10 off this deal. Alternatively you can buy in store for $199 to get $20 credit via this deal.


Original $10 off $50 spend eBay deal

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    Thanks OP

    Motorola Moto G4 Play $189 (C&C)
    This listing (**********) has been removed, or this item isn't available.

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    The Beard Trimmer shows up at $87 for me on ebay. In your link they also say that the cashback won't work when bought via eBay. :(

    $57 is a good price! Did I misread?

    edit: missed the $10 code.

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      $77 is after the CHOCCY code, then $20 cashback on that.

      You'll get an invoice from The Good Guys when you pick up. It shouldn't be any issue claiming cashback, whether you purchase from TGG in store, online or on eBay they are the retailer.

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        Cool, thanks!

        TGG invoice, nice!

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        You won't get cashback from eBay:

        "Note: Purchases from third party internet sales sites, like eBay, are excluded".

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          They will have no idea you bought it from TGG eBay store as you get a regular TGG invoice when you pick up the item.

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          @Porthos:

          My Bing Lee invoice from eBay states: "eBay Flat Rate Shipping".

          Don't know about TGG.

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          @Scab:

          I can confirm, TGG invoice has no mention of eBay. Just "Web Order Number"

          I bought this deal via eBay and just checked the invoice.

          Hmmm is $57 still too much for a beard trimmer? Good deal I know, but still hesitant as I already have hair clippers which I'm doubling for the beard right now… No fine length control though with the hair clippers, especially around the chin.

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          @lozza6: Oooo I have this beard trimmer and it is 'excellent'. Instant sex appeal and a very fine control. I love the long battery and it's quick to use for a professional look.

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        er guys, from the Cashback claim site

        Purchase one (1) of the Eligible Models* (see table below) from a participating retailer. Note: Purchases from third party internet sales sites, like eBay, are excluded

        • +4 votes

          Did you read my comment that you replied to?

          You'll get an invoice from The Good Guys when you pick up. It shouldn't be any issue claiming cashback, whether you purchase from TGG in store, online or on eBay as they are the retailer.

          Also as Porthos mentioned above "They will have no idea you bought it from TGG eBay store as you get a regular TGG invoice when you pick up the item."

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          @hamza23:
          Hi hamza23,

          I did, but on reflection, I defer to you.

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          @foundit:

          I just went and picked up a Chromecast order from this morning, the invoice is identical to previous invoices from purchases made on TGG website, so 100% no issues there. The invoice doesn't mention eBay at all, the salesperson is listed as 'web sale' or 'web s' the same as ordering online, they consider eBay & web sales (direct through their website) the same thing.

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          @hamza23:

          Thanks for your patience and taking the time to confirm it with me and for everyone :)

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          @hamza23: The only costs after this is the cost of the postage stamps!

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          @lordra:

          Oh yeah it's not reply paid, really only $19 cashback then.

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    What's a good price if I don't need a Chromecast right now?

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    I bought the same Vacuum Beard Trimmer from the Shaver Shop and returned it. Pretty underpowered. Might suit some people but if you're someone who grows a beard quite quickly, don't bother.

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      you can return shavers??? don't they have problems with hygiene-related concerns? a bit surprised.

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        That's a good point. I returned two different brands before I found a Braun that was OK (but not nearly as good as my old VS one). I presume/hope they are sent back to the factory, thoroughly cleaned, and are then sold as refurbs.

        Edit: Just reading their returns policy. I guess they believed me when I said it doesn’t do what they said it would (ie. trim beard hair) and considered it a faulty product. It was next to useless for me.

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          Ah that's really interesting about your experience at TSS compared to my own. I guess you're more convincing than I am, haha!

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          "Not fit for purpose" as a reason for a refund is covered under consumer law.

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        you can return shavers?

        Don't know about these ones, but I bought a Philips Grooming Kit and you could return it after 60 days.

        That was an offer via Philips themselves.

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        I did once at The Shaver Shop, and they complained mightily but I stood firm as it could barely chew through the hairs on my scruffy face. They accepted finally when I told them I still wanted to buy another (different) shaver they stocked because, surprise, I still needed a shaver. I still felt vaguely bad because you're right; they probably had to scrap it and just carry the loss.

        I still don't really know who was 'right' in that case. I think I'd been watching The Checkout recently and they'd had a bit on 'fit-for-purpose' or something and I was making the argument that it if it couldn't do what it was built to do ('you had one job, shaver!'), I was in the right to return it.

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          I would think that the manufacturer would reimburse The Shaver Shop once it was returned back to them and they would wear the cost. In which case, it would be an incentive for them not to make inadequate products, or at least add a warning "Not suitable for scruffy faces".

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          you were 100% right, you bought a shaver, it wasn't capable of shaving, so not fit for purpose. If everyone did what you did, the message would go back to both retailers and manufacturers to not make & sell crap. And the world would be a better place.

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      Thanks for the heads up. I have wirey asian stubble.. probably alright but I'm having 2nd thoughts. Might hold off.

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      I bought this and love it. I grow a serious beard very quickly and it is quick to use and very precise. Not sure what's wrong with it?

      Maintaining a Brad Pitt scruff look takes more maintenance than shaving but can be worth it.

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    has the chromecast one expired? can't seem to apply the code.

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      Working here. Have you selected PayPal as the payment method? Using Australian PayPal/eBay account? Haven't used the code already more than twice?

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    Does the G4 play comes with NFC for android pay?

  • +3 votes

    Great, a beard trimmer. That's my mother-in law's birthday present sorted!

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    For less than $200, The G4 play is a great phone… have been using one for a month now

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