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20% off @ Myer eBay (52% off Samsonite Luggage, Sony SRS-XB3 Speakers $119.20, Nutri Ninja Pro 900W $75.20)

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C20MYER

Just noticed that Myer have a 20% off code on their page, C20MYER which ends 29th May.

Apple items were added, now removed again sorry. Other deals spotted:

52% off Samsonite Luggage thanks to googoogaga
Sony SRSXB3B Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speakers $119.20. See previous $129 deal
Nutri Ninja Pro BL450NZ (900W) $75.20
Panasonic NN-SF574SQPQ Flatbed Inverter Microwave Oven: Stainless Steel $239.20
Breville BPR700BSS The Fast Slow Pro Cooker $239.20
B&O Beoplay H5 Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones $303.20
24/5: Bose QuietComfort 35 $359.20, Bose SoundLink Mini II $199.20 Delivered @ Myer eBay

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T&C's. Limit 3 transactions per person, maximum 10 items per transaction, total discount capped at $500 per transaction, Australian Paypal accounts only.

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  • +11 votes

    they ended all items

    • +7 votes

      Fear not, no doubt they'll be back once they've had a chance to "adjust" the prices.

      Even stormtroopers are not immune from the treatment http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-KeepCup-Star-Wars-Original-St...

      Was $21.56 now $21.56($26.95 -20%) with the sale on! amazing

      • +47 votes

        I've said this before and I'll say it again. I've done it a few times where I've been able to gather the evidence. The ACCC most definitely prioritises where more people complain, so get complaining!

        If your items have had the price jacked up then complain.

        BUT DO IT HERE, it's easy to do:
        https://www.accc.gov.au/contact-us/contact-the-accc/report-a...

        It takes very little time. eBay makes it easy for you to show the historical prices on "By It Now" items. Take a few screenshots and submit a complaint. This is the only way anything will be done about it. You'll need the Myer ABN which is: 83 004 143 239

        here is the relevant advice from the ACCC
        https://www.accc.gov.au/business/pricing/displaying-prices

        Two-price comparison advertising

        Businesses often make comparisons between product prices being charged and:

        the company's previous pricing (including 'was/now' or 'strike through' pricing or by specifying a particular dollar amount or percentage saving)
        the 'cost' or wholesale price
        the competitor's price
        the recommended retail price (RRP).
        Businesses that use such statements must ensure that consumers are not misled about the savings that may be achieved.

        Statements such as 'Was $150/Now $100' or '$150 Now $100' are likely to be misleading if products have not been sold at the specified 'before' or 'strike through' prices in a reasonable period immediately before the sale commences.

        Such statements are also likely to be misleading if only a limited proportion of a product's sales were at the higher price in the period immediately before the sale commences. The volume or proportion of sales that may result in such statements being misleading will depend on the circumstances of each case.

        The length of the period will depend on factors such as:

        the type of product or market involved
        the usual frequency of price changes.
        If a business has a policy or practice of discounting goods when not on sale and uses two-price advertising in relation to sale periods, there is a significant risk that the use of two-price advertising will involve conduct that is misleading. The business would be representing to consumers that they will make a particular saving if they purchase the item during the sale period, when this is not necessarily the case.

        Similar considerations apply to the specification of dollar amount or percentage savings such as 60% off.

        • +4 votes

          Thanks, I lodged a complaint. I'm sick of the price jacking and misleading discounts.

        • +2 votes

          Good find. However, according to the eBay listing, it has never sold for that price and it's only recently been raised.

          likely to be misleading if products have not been sold at the specified 'before' or 'strike through' prices in a reasonable period immediately before the sale commences

          anyways, this example might be fine, I'm not a lawyer. But there are plenty of other examples where they clearly haven't sold for the recently inflated price on eBay. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/4711950/redir

          They need to be called out for it, and the only way things will change is if people complain.

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          @ChickenTalon:

          However, according to the eBay listing, it has never sold for that price and it's only recently been raised.

          Is that because no one wants to pay the higher price?

          What matters is how much it normally lists for, regardless of whether or not people bought it at the higher price.

          The price changed 12 times in the past 5 months, and hasn't changed since May 8th.

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          @eug:

          What matters is how much it normally lists for, regardless of whether or not people bought it at the higher price.

          Completely incorrect. Have a read of the ACCC guidelines

          statements are also likely to be misleading if only a limited proportion of a product's sales were at the higher price in the period immediately before the sale commences.

          It must actually have sales at that higher price and it must be a significant volume of sales. The law has changed in the past few years to try and prevent sellers claiming discounts which aren't realistic.

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          @ChickenTalon: You're conveniently ignoring the bit where it says "in the period immediately before the sale commences".

          That's to avoid sellers from raising the price a day or two before just to be able to claim that the selling price really was high before the sale.

          Not two or three weeks before.

          With the example above, the price changed 12 times in the past 5 months. That means it has been offered for sale for the past 5 months. Why do you think nobody bought any? Perhaps it was too expensive?

          Following your interpretation of the guidelines, it would be illegal for anybody to have a clearance sale.

          Clearance sales are held to get rid of products that people aren't buying, so if the store must have sold a significant number of items at the higher price immediately before the sale commences before they can drop the price, it would be illegal for them to drop the price if people weren't buying the item. That clearly isn't the ACCC's intent.

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          @eug: Sorry, you're making up your own interpretation based on what's been happening. Read what the ACCC actually says.

          There are no references to previous advertised or sticker prices. Only to sales and purchases.

          You are exactly right in your clearance sale being illegal if items have never sold for the higher price. If so, then you cannot make WAS/NOW or % off price comparisons. This is pretty clear from the ACCC. Don't know what's so difficult to understand.

          These are recently introduced consumer protections, so the reality of what's happening might be a little different as more business face enforcement action and we start seeing better compliance.

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          @ChickenTalon:

          Sorry, you're making up your own interpretation based on what's been happening.

          Just like you are.

          Too often people are quick to accuse but fall flat when it comes to evidence. Or, they suffer from confirmation bias so everything obviously supports their point of view.

          You are exactly right in your clearance sale being illegal if items have never sold for the higher price.

          So what you're saying is if an item was advertised for $30 for half a year and only one got sold, it is illegal for the store to then discount it to $15.

          OK then. Report away. No need to convince me that you're right.

  • +2 votes

    yeah tried the Apple TV

    This listing was ended by the seller because the item is no longer available.
    Details about NEW Apple TV 64GB MLNC2X/A

    but thanks OP for posting anyway… We can't blame you for Myers removing all their items from the sale.. ^_^

  • +6 votes

    Anytime a sale comes up on Myer Ebay they remove V8 Absolute….lol

  • +6 votes

    All Bose removed :(

  • +14 votes

    usual dodgy shit

    they remove or make the good stuff out of stock and up the price on the rest

    e.g. Fitbit Blaze just went from $199.95 to $329.95 -> http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-Fitbit-Blaze-Smart-Fitness-Wa...

    • +1 vote

      Dodgy scoundrels.

    • -16 votes

      Why is it dodgy? They are within their rights to choose which products go on sale.

      • +12 votes

        Not so much dodgy but they call it a storewide discount then remove a large portion of their store.
        If they wanted to choose the products, make a list of exclusions or only put certain brands or categories on sale.

        • +3 votes

          Not so much dodgy but they call it a storewide discount then remove a large portion of their store.

          There are 26,058 items on their ebay store. How large a portion did they remove?

        • -6 votes

          Well technically it IS a store wide discount if they remove the products they don't want to go on the sale.

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      Yeah usually they do that, but right now I am looking at Logitech UE mega boom at 249$ before discount is it good price ? http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/232104056953 so many colour to chose from.

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      Just check out history price on UE it 199$ after discount from most store and deal, so this is okay price i guess.

    • +2 votes

      What's dodgy?

      Much better and more honest than inflating prices prior.

    • +1 vote

      Perfect example to lodge a complaint to ACCC

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        Before you lodge a complaint, make sure it's valid. Otherwise you'll be wasting their time and making a fool of yourself.

        Keep in mind that eBay only lists prices of sold items. There is no selling price history. That means if they list a Fitbit for $329 99% of the time, then drop it to $199 for 2 days, then move it back to $329, you will only see the $199 price in the sold history (because no one would buy it at $329) even though the regular listed price really is $329.

    • +4 votes

      "Fitbit Blaze just went from $199.95 to $329.95"

      Fitbit Blaze has actually been $329.95 since last week Thursday 18/5 8:31AM, and most likely was only that price for 2 days (since 16-May-17 00:36:31 AEST previous price change).

      Revisions

      18-May-17 08:31:49 AEST
      Buy It Now Price
      Store Category
      Quantity
      Postage Terms

      It was part of a promo/sale last week at Myer as per:

      Myer Online - Fitbit Blaze
      www.myer.com.au › Electrical › Featured Brands › Fitbit
      quickview. FITBIT Blaze Smart Fitness Watch Black - Large. was $329.95 now $199.95. quickview. FITBIT Blaze Black Silver - Small. was $329.95 now $199.95.

      $329.95 is the same price as their website. Myer regular prices aren't very competitive at all.

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    Any good Kitchen Blender.

  • +16 votes

    I was looking at luggage, massive increase.
    was $179.40 now $299 http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-Antler-Juno-Large-Spinnercase...
    was $239.40 now $399 http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NEW-Samsonite-Octolite-Hardside-S...

  • +7 votes

    And even if you actually manage to make a purchase and pay for it, they can later decide they don't want to sell it at that price, so they refund the PayPal transaction.

    Then eBay tells me I have an unpaid item. Still have one sitting there from a month ago. I queried Myer support and they said the item was out of stock.

    Even worse, I'd actually used a $50 eBay voucher, which expired during Myer's "will we, won't we sell it to him?" limbo period and was wasted.

    Disgusted.

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      It's similar with my experience. I bought stuff when their ebay store has sale. Few days later I received message that they has cancelled it. Disappointing.

  • +4 votes

    BS sale. My search for few things i know they sell turned 0 results.

  • +8 votes

    Overpriced. even with 20% off eg

    Atari Flashback Myer $149.95 Target $89
    Logitech MX Master Mouse Myer $169.95 MSY $89
    Toshiba 2TB Canvio USB 3.0 Portable Hard drive Myer $179 Officeworks $99

  • +12 votes

    And despite all the price jacking and item removing, OzBargainers keep +voting this Myer "discount" deal. Nothing against OP, hamza23, but all about Myer. Dodgy as hell!

    • +2 votes

      My thoughts exactly

      • +2 votes

        we should rename the site soon to ozdummy.

        It happens far to often lately, we need to re-evaluate some memberships on here

        start the negging :)

    • +2 votes

      You have to realize that it's not all just about what you find good. There are other people here too.
      Someone who wants the Sony speaker mentioned above for example, would find it a good deal.

      Not all sale items will be good value - just like any normal sale anywhere.

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        Of course no one is denying that there maybe some items valuable to some individuals. We're referring to the general habits these stores engage in whenever they claim to give their customers discounts, case in point, all the Apple items they removed as soon as Hamza posted the deal (check his comment regarding this in the deal), as well as the price increases mentioned above.

  • +1 vote

    forget about dodgy thing they did, how's the SONY SRSXB3B sound compare to Bose Soundlink mini 2?

  • +1 vote

    Can u get Myer to price match their eBay sale site?

    Megaboom is $199 on their eBay store but $249 on their website

    I need to purchase via their store to use my award points

  • +31 votes

    Encouraging users to read the actual deal - the is a substantial number of items that have had the prices jacked before the discount rendering the "bargain" as complete bs (was keeping my eye on a few products) As OZB increases in popularity so does the herd mentality that votes a deal simply upon the snapshot rather than it being a tangible bargain

    TL;DR - Few items are actually a 'bargain' due to deceptive practice (price jacking and item removing)
    That's just my opinion but hopefully, I've helped someone consider this before purchasing based on the offer/seeing this on OZB

    • -23 votes

      Here is the "one"…

      The "one" who can find a negative among several positives!!!

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      That's just my opinion but hopefully, I've helped someone consider this before purchasing based on the offer/seeing this on OZB

      So.. You're using a negative vote to attract attention to your comment, which actually has no examples of price jacking. Just claims.

      Your comment pretty much says "wake up sheep!"
      Although those who buy solely on the reason of "I saw on Ozbargain!" should really hand over their "professionals" ozbargain badge..

      Mod edit: Removed name-calling.

      • -2 votes

        Wow how incredibly antagonistic! There's sufficient information above without me having to hyperlink the items I wanted.

        If I want a critique of my comments I'll be sure to call on you as you seem well versed.

        Have a lovely day my friend.

        • +1 vote

          Mod edit: Removed name-calling

          It is what it is, you are using the negative voting system to attract attention to your unsubstantiated claim of pricejacking.

          There's sufficient information above without me having to hyperlink the items I wanted.

          Don't claim others' work as your own, if you want to neg you should work for it. Plaguarism at its finest.
          Provide examples of items being price jacked, and report to ACCC as chickentalon has said.

          Stop with the drive-by negs and do something about it.
          I don't want ozbargain's negative voting system to become a personal dislike button because its not supposed to be that way. It's not that I don't believe the claims, but its best that negative votes doesn't turn into a circlejerk reaction.

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          already reported do you need the proof, officer? :)

          Obviously, our opinions are different in this case. I can see where you are coming from but disagree (love the use of the bold font though) all the best.

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    Does anyone have any comments on which multi cooker to buy?

    Breville BPR700BSS vs PHILIPS HD2178/72 Premium All in One Multi-Cooker vs New Wave NWKA 5-in-1 Multicooker v2 with BONUS Stainless Steel Pot

    • +1 vote

      We own quite a few breville "pro" appliances in this range, and they are all superb. Whilst I don't own this item, if it's the same quality as the other pro stuff, it should be fab.

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        Thanks for the response. I'm torn between this, philips and the new wave - the new wave I feel may not be reliable but I like the SS bowl vs ceramic and nonstick..

        Philips whilst teflon has a 2 year warranty…

        I hate decisions!

        If any one else can weigh in would appreciate it :)

        • +1 vote

          Hi, I've had a new wave multi cooker for about 6 years. Very reliable. No problems. Cooks well. Stainless steel is easy to clean with a non-stick type finish. Easy to use. Slightly different model but mine is probably just older. I can't compare to the others but I wouldn't hesitate in buying a new wave again.

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    No Apple Watch :( Looking to buy one but yet to come across a deal.

  • +5 votes

    What a disgusting mockery of their audience, a sham in the name of a sale.

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    Sony SRS-XB3 is actually very good for the price (basically, 50% off RRP) and have a ton of features including water resistance. You can also get two of them and set them up as either a true stereo pair or reproduce the same signal in a multi-location set up. I've tested them with both and they work very well.

    They last for 24 hours on a single charge and you can also use them as power banks even when not plugged into power.

    Did I mention they can also get plenty loud for their size and can get down to some surprisingly very low frequencies with the XtraBass feature.

  • +3 votes

    Dodgy practices Myer. Shame on you.

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    I ordered the sony speakers just yesterday for$129!!!

  • +1 vote

    Just managed to get a vitamix blender before they took it off. Thank you so much.

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    Do you get a normal Myer reciept with the putrchase through thier ebay store? I'm looking at a shaver with a current cashback offer but the cashback is excluded from ebay transactions and only valid for major retailers? also FYI price on this one has not changed as I have been tracking for a few days so not a 100% rort

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    not sure why this doesnt have more negs. It would seem there is basically no deal here.

    No offence to OP. It was a great effort calling out the potential deal, but it seems that everything has been marked up to a degree where there isnt actually 20% off at all?

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      Ah the circlejerk neg. You really should have your own evidence rather than shout "Yeah! Go to hell Myer!"

      • -1 vote

        Not going to get into a thing here. I'm just trying to save people the time or being mislead that they are getting a deal.

        A quick google will show the majority of items listed as discounted are just the normal price sold on any other Australian website. I'd be delighted to be proven wrong on luggage. I actually really need one. Let me know if you see any particular item that you think is legitimately 20% off standard sale price.

        Cheers

  • -1 vote

    Miele C3 Cat & Dog vacuum was $519 last week at Myers.
    Currently it is $526 at Bing Lee, $519 at Betta, and $499 at Good Guys.
    This week Myer has it at $729!!!
    Even with 20% off it still comes to $583.20… NO DEAL!
    Good luck to those that find a true bargain that can't already be had elsewhere!!!

  • +1 vote

    QC 35 showing at $359.20 at checkout.

  • -1 vote

    Apple products removed

  • -3 votes

    Why have a sale at all if they're going to remove items and jack up the price beforehand?

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