expired Supercheap Auto - Flash 20% Sale - 18/07/17 Online Purchases Only

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its on again… another supercheap store wide sale! 20% off tomorrow only

*20% off offer available Tuesday 18th July, 2017 only. Discount off regular retail price. Discount excludes shipping & handling charges. Offer available for online purchases only. Not all products are available for purchase online - offer excludes items not available for purchase online. Illustrations, Photos and Packaging are only a representation of the products advertised, variations may occur from store to store. All products were available at the time of send. Supercheap Auto will not be responsible for the lack of stock due to supplier problems and reserves the right to limit purchases to normal retail quantities. Rainchecks not available. Holden - The Archives Collection Book is a Special Order product and is not eligible for the one day 20% off online discount.


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  • +9 votes

    oh nice, needed some new wipers

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    If anyone knows from experience, if it's online only would they credit anything back for a recent instore purchase with Club Plus? Or is that only for store offers?

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      They told me they don't credit for anything that is store wide (ie everything 20% off). so it's only if THAT specific item goes on sale.

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        Thanks for the heads up

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        I've received credits for items I've purchased before their store wide sales, so unless it's a rule change you should get the credit. Unsure about online only sales, though I would assume they'd be treated the same.

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          How long does credit normally take to show up? I bought stuff over the last few days that is cheaper today. So far my account has no credit.

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          @LJackson:
          From memory it was a day or two after the sale, but maybe with the previous sale being on a weekend the credits weren't processed/applied until the following business day.

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          Interesting. Because I definitely didn't receive a credit. And it was in a store-wide (in-store). I then asked in-store if i would get a credit for the item i bought a few days before due to the sale - and they said no. it would cost them WAY too much to give a credit on everything sold in-store the previous 2 weeks and that it only applies to when that specific item goes on sale. and i never got the credit. so i assumed he was telling the truth.

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      $20 credit just showed up in my account! Perfect timing for today's sale. Except that I already bought what I need.
      I bet I think of something more i "need" before the end of the day.

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    Anyone know if discount applies if we go click and collect?

  • +1 vote

    anything in particular worth buying?

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    anyone know if the Ryco oil filters are on 20% off sale?

    • +5 votes

      Ryco @ 20% off are still ridiculously priced.
      Quality alternatives at reasonable prices exist.

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        Link please…

        • -3 votes

          ur lazy!

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          @bonky:

          I no longer fuss about brand name oil filters. I used to but did some research and I've concluded I'm ahead by simply using and replacing cheap filters more often. They generally all do the same job but a quality one can operate at efficiency longer.

          Just avoid the mega cheapies where the holes are really small, that could potentially hurt flow, I've never physically come across those yet. Dodgy imports I think.

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          @pitiek
          Alternatives will vary dependant upon the application.
          As an example AC Delco manufacture for OEMs.
          AC Delco filters dependant upon the application can be secured for as little as $6.
          Alternatively AC Delco filters can be purchased out of the USA via Amazon, the catch being AC Delco AUS and US use different part numbers.
          Secondly ideally you need to purchase some thing else off Amazon, otherwise the shipping will not be financially viable.

          There are a heap of other brands of quality filters, cross reference charts are your friend.

          EDIT: I probably have not explained the above really well. As an example, I purchase AC Delco filters from Mitsubishi Dealers for our 2015 Hyundai i30 for $6.xx.

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          @Cheap Charlie:

          That's awesome. I try to always have change from $10 with mine. Bursons are a good option for those within reach of a store, they sell mine for $8, usually $13-15 for the same thing at SCA/Repco etc. I've started buying mine from ebay as both my 1993 and 2011 cars use the same Z79 filter, quality wise no different to any other I've seen and unit price becomes is ~$7.50 buying 2, less for larger orders.

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          @Click_It:

          was this Ryco brand oil filter @ both stores? (Bursons and SCA)

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          @CBR250RR:

          I think it was Ryco but don't know for sure, as I haven't bought from them (Bursons) in about 2 years. My budget software has the filter and price but didn't mention the brand for some reason so it's possible it's not Ryco. My recollection was it was but I don't want to be giving out false information.

          They're pretty good on the phone though, you could ring and ask.

          I just know when I bought mine the identical brand (whatever it was) was more expensive elsewhere. But now I buy whatever brand online in small bulk since both cars use the same type and I service every 5-7500km at home.

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          @Cheap Charlie: Are you sure you do? Wouldn't your 2015 Hyundai be under warranty still?

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      Autobarn currently have Cooper oil filters $5.99 in their current catalogue

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    I have no idea when it comes to drills but do need to purchase one, has anyone got any recommendations please?

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      Cordless?
      Just general stuff around the house?

      If so, consider the Ozito Power Exchange series from Bunnings.
      They are quality enough for home use.
      Bunnings offer a 3 (maybe 5?) year warranty. Simply return to any Bunnings store for a no questions asked exchange.

      Maintenance
      - Re charge the battery/s after every use
      - Avoid running the battery/s flat
      - Avoid over charging
      - If you are not using the drill often, set a reminder in your phone for every 6 - 8 weeks to place the battery/s on charge (should only take 5 minutes or so if the battery is healthy)

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        that all sounds great, it give me a sense of direction, thanks mate.

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        Why would you recharge the batteries after every use? From what I have read about battery storage optimal storage for battery longevity is 60-70% and you want to make sure you don't store them for too long at 100% charge or flat because of reverse cell charging (not sure if that's the technical term).

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          I understand the best battery maintance practices vary by the battery technology.
          The above mentioned process was first mentioned to me by a Bosch power tools repair agent.
          Has served me well across a range of battery technologies for the last 10 years or so.
          In comparision, the cordless drill we have at work tends to get to the point where the battery fails to hold sufficent charge every 12 months or so. The maintance procedure there is the battery gets recharged every now and again, regardless of use.

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          @Cheap Charlie: pretty much all batteries are Li-Ion now, if you read Nissan's documentation about their electric cars, which all use Li-Ion batteries, they provide the advice that leaving their cars fully charged for more than a few days without use should be avoided. The reason companies of smaller devices recommended leaving them fully charged is that they think you need them fully charged at any time because you will require the full charge to get through a a work day, and over the life of the battery which is only 50-100 bucks it's not that much of a big deal to buy one every few years.

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      there are two types of drill users

      those that buy a cheap drill that does the job for general household duties, even if it might struggle a bit on some really difficult jobs

      those who feel that the more power the better and cannot understand why you would disagree with paying $500 for a super strong long lasting drill that can cope with 8 hours a day of use

      you will get answers from both camps. Neither are right or wrong.

    • +3 votes

      When buying a power tool (or any sort of tool for that matter), you can either feel the pain once when you buy it or go el cheapo and feel the pain every time you use it.

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    Applies to parts?

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    Can you do the additional 2% via Cashrewards?

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    Can anyone recommend a product to protect the paint coating on a car?
    One of those once per year polish products I think.

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    Bought a hose the other week for $11.26 delivered. It cost them $10.50 to send it to me!

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    I thought that u can click and collect

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    Nothing to do with the promotion but any one can recommend a product to remove oil stains on driveway? Thanks so much.

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      Is painting the driveway a viable option? I'm not sure if anything will truly get the stains out but I'm happy to be proven wrong. Painting would be easier, just require a treatment of some sort over the stains to allow new paint to bond. Probably not the answer you wanted though.

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      Heated cat litter to start, or am i thinking of something else.. Does dry out the concrete a bit though

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      Power washer will get rid of most..use of some degreaser and the power wash…2-3 application will make it better but not like new.

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      You need a degreaser that is alkaline based.

      It will lift grease and oil but if its soaked in I havent found anything that gets it out

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    What products are must-haves for dashboard and an interior with leather seats?

  • -2 votes

    Thx

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    Got the A119 in the last deal, what kit do I need to hardwire this device? Who do I get to install it seen it's a 2016 vehicle? I'm such a lostie

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      Auto Electrician, if you don't want to use the ciggy lighter & do it yourself in 10 minutes.

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      Either buy a dashcam hardwire kit from CN for a couple of bucks (Length of wire with a 12v to 5v converter or, pull the cigarette charger apart and grab the 12v to 5v converter out of it.
      Super easy job, provided you have the skills to identify a switched 12v power source.

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    Dammit i just bought clear coat few days ago. Can we do colour matched aerosol cans online

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    Does anyone know if this will stack with Supercheap Auto 10% off egift cards via Entertainment book?

    As in, can we buy $100 SCA egift cards for $90. Then pay for stuff tomorrow online with the egift card? Stacking it with 20% sale. Plus 2% via cashrewards.

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      It indeed worked. :)

      Bought a $50 egift card last night for $45. It was cleared and emailed to me this morning. Used it all up today online + cashrewards.

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    Don't understand by SCA don't stock 0w-20 oil :(
    Plenty at Autobarn, Repco…

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    It appears that the sale has already started - prices appear to be 20% lower on everything I can find…

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    I just added something to cart, and it went back to original price before 20 discount.

    Any ideas why?

    Never mind works now. Had to be 12am my local time before discount was applied.

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      Because their website is trash.
      Go to checkout and re-select your store. That fixed it for me.

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    any idea how much nulon atf 4L (164776 4 Litre) is? the website just says POA

    also what is POA?

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    Are brake rotors sold in Pairs or Each? I thought they're sold as pairs… Was eyeing,
    http://www.supercheapauto.com.au/Product/DBA-En-Shield-Rotor...

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    Thanks Op. Been needing to replace a car battery. Saved me close to $40.

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      You can usually save more at Repco with car batteries. Just about every weekend they have 25% off.

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        I called Repco to check pricing - for my car both their own branded battery and the supercharge battery were $199 (and despite "stocking" supercharge, my battery isn't one of those stocked so would be a special order in likely excluding the discount, and with a $10 delivery fee to the store), the exact same Supercharge battery is available every day for $153 from batteries direct, or the Century version (last repco battery I had was rebadged Century) is $185 normally at SCA so even with the additional 5% discount at Repco, SCA (with a 20% discount) came in slightly cheaper.

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    Thanks OP!

    Flat battery yesterday so this flash sale was great timing. Saved $43.80

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    Thanks, OP. I just bought some stuff for a service - saved $39.

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    What is the code for the 20% discount?

  1. WatchNerd on 17/07/2017 - 15:20
  2. Reggienator on 17/07/2017 - 12:59
  3. eneloop on 17/07/2017 - 20:31
  4. Cheap Charlie on 17/07/2017 - 13:47
  5. Fincky on 17/07/2017 - 14:03