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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB Black or Gold - $1199.20 + Delivery @ The Good Guys eBay

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Note 8 just added to Good Guys Ebay store. Listed at $1499 and with code it comes down to $1199.20.

Delivery is listed as $5.06 for me to Perth. Does not seem to have availability for click and collect.

From what I know Good Guys issue tax invoice for full price so it is good for those salary sacrificing and/or TRS. I believe it also qualifies for Screen Assure program.

Edit: Don’t forget cash back of 1.25% at cashrewards

Original 20% off at The Good Guys eBay Deal Post

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    Any definite confirmation that this qualifies for screen assure? I'm assuming no wireless charger since it's no longer part of the pre-order bonus.

    • +1 vote

      Screen assure you need to purchase by Oct 31 and register for it by Nov 14. Obviously aus stock only.

      Wireless charger was pre-orders only.

      • +1 vote

        Reading the screen assure terms and conditions
        http://images.samsung.com/is/content/samsung/p5/au/terms-con...

        It says good guys is eligible but excludes all ebay purchases, does it include ebay purchases from goodguys then?

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          Good question I want to know too

  • +2 votes

    Seriously, they put this on there but not my coffee machine…

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    So like, when are we going to get Note8's at acceptable prices not just pre-order prices.

  • +9 votes

    Good deal but seriously note 8 is a still overpriced

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    Does anyone know if you can use eftpos gift cards online?

  • +2 votes

    I'm worried that the pixel 2 xl will be hard to get at a better price like this… Urge to buy… Rising…

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      Yeah I'll second that. I'm trying to think of where will stock them that might have discounts in the first few months. Not many. JB 'best offer' request might be the only way to get a discount on the 2 XL

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        I’m in this boat, would rather the pixel 2 xl but not sure I can stomach the rrp price.

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          Agreed, don't like paying laptop prices for a phone! I get a feeling that their next gen phone will be far more interesting as well given the acquisition of the 2000 HTC engineers to work on it. But that's 12 months away and I would like an upgrade before then

        • +1 vote

          Where as if the pixel 2 xl went from 1350(my understanding is that's current RRP) down by 300 to 1050 I'd be all over it… Also assuming it gets released any time soon

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          It's a psychological game most these tech giants play. They release a small version and an XL or plus version with slightly better specs. While you think to yourself, small version and 32/64GB for $1000… When you can pay a couple hundred extra and get bigger screen and generally better specs. The average person will end up opting for the better one because "it's only a couple hundred extra" while some fail to realise they've blown $1.4k on a phone. While at the same time there are people who don't care how much it is as long as it has the best reputation just for the status symbol. imo, Any phone above $1000 is too much doesn't matter how amazing it is. A $500 LG G6 or HTC 10 is just as "fit for purpose".

        • +1 vote

          @gezza90: It is up to personal preference. If people want to spend upwards of a $1000 for a phone that is fine by them. Sometimes the phones above $1000 offer something that those under $1000 dont. I think youre missing the bigger picture..

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      I suggest buying the Pixel phone from Google themselves. If you dont, Google will not take any responsibility over any damage that occurs with your phone (i know from personal experience). You would have to deal with JB or wherever you bought your phone from to get anything resolved. Google has a pretty good system where they send the phone out beforehand so you have a phone to use before you send the one with the problem back to them.

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        I've found their shipping times pretty bad and their support hit and miss. I'd rather get JB to knock 100$ off and get it that day then wait a few weeks…

        Also under Australian law you have a choice of dealing with the manufacturer or the reseller (though in practice it's usually pretty hard to make that happeb).

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          On the other hand I've had great experiences with Google Store support and fast turnarounds on RMAs.

          I would be very happy to pay $100-200 extra and buy direct from Google to save myself the trouble of dealing with JB/HN/carriers/manufacturer etc.

          Look at what is happening with the Nexus 6P!

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          @eecan:

          What happened with the nexus 6P?

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          @ewanw:

          It had widespread battery issues, if you bought direct from the Google Store they recently started upgrading some users to Pixel XLs (and before that people were getting replacement 6Ps). Users that bought from Carriers/Retailers had a lot more trouble getting even repairs through.

          https://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=2644980&...

          https://www.reddit.com/r/Nexus6P/comments/6y1tm2/official_6p...

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          @eecan:

          Ahh I asked because I had the exact same problem. I returned my nexus to Vodafone after Huawei said they would have nothing to do with it (hence my other comments about manufacturer refusing). I saw net coverage of battery issue but somehow missed the Whirlpool thread so didn't know there was local coverage.

          Voda gave me a P10 as a replacement.

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          @ewanw: Shame about the 6P, was a good phone while it lasted!

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          @eecan:

          True. It was just rock solid. My experience with it (battery issues aside) are part of what's pushing me to the pixel line.

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    Listing removed?

  • +1 vote

    Considering how many issues I had with my previous phone I'm happy to pay a couple of hundred extra for local stock and free screen repair in first year over grey import pricing.

    Thanks for the post.

    I ordered with click and collect via my local store.

  • +3 votes

    I did this with the bing lee 20% a fortnight ago. Bloody great phone.

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    We started using Note5's at work. fantastic screen and camera so i am very tempted to get a this but i think i'll wait. good price though.

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    Not sure if anything has changed but I've had success claiming the 30 day price beat policy in the past using the "full invoice" from TGG. Right now it might only save you $13 though.

  • +1 vote

    pixel 2…note8…pfftt…waiting for deal on V30…
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/330871

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    Note 8 or the Samsung S8+?? I'm tempted to buy both coz you know…. high roller.

    No really - Serious question.

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      I struggle. S8+ is basically the same phone minus the stylus and dual camera. I'd rather the pixel 2 xl but if I consider the note 8 I have to also consider S8+

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        I'm not going to consider pixel until they get a sd card slot.

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          Seriously doesnt have a SD Card slot? thats a pretty big oversight

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          @D6C1:

          Yup and no headphone jack.

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          @ChickenAdobo:

          I find that interesting. I have no desire for either. BT headphones and minimal media storage help. What do people use the SD cards for these days?

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          @ewanw: Extra storage

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          @D6C1:

          Thanks for that.

          I guess by way of explanation I find 64 GB enough to cover my apps, the selection of music I download to the device to avoid streaming over and over and my photos and videos till they are backed up.

          Do people typically use that space for videos? These days I can imagine an mkv takes a lot of what's left but not sure if people need the space for other things.

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          @ewanw: I use my SD card for photos + media. Sure I could just look at my photos from Google Photos but I can easily fit my entire library of phone photos on device, and it loads much faster without burning data. Same sort of thing with music, especially if your carrier doesn't have unlimited streaming for your chosen service, having 15GB of music offline is convenient. Then videos, downloading on wifi then watching on the go saves a lot of data but can take a lot of space. I could totally live with 64GB total but when adding extra is cheap and easy, why not take advantage of it?

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    How do I tell if a specific Note 8 is the dual sim version or not?

  • -2 votes

    If Samsung would just stop shitting up these nice phones with their Touchwiz and Bixby the world would be a better place.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP…

    I was able to price match the above price from JBHIFI Airport West (VIC) today. Since I had the JBHIFI discounted Gift card (7.5%) it was easy decision to pull the trigger.

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      That's cool. Which colour did you get? I wanted to get the black one but missed the deal. I wonder if jb would price match the black one.

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      Typically they don't price match eBay deals irrespective if the seller has physical stores or not.

      Could you please post your receipt for the community?

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      Can u pls post your receipt ?? Thanks

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    Yes it seems that is correct. Today we went to buy one more for my friend and the same sales rep refused to price match and did mentioned that it was his mistake to price match ebay good guys and his manager was not too happy.

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    Will the price come down in next 1 month? Any ideas. So tempted to buy this..

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    So shouldn't have shown this to my gf….. oh well I guess she's got a Note 8 coming now :P

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    Has anyone even received tracking details for this yet?
    I can't even get a response from them…
    The Good Guys are good at ignoring messages :-(