closed Win 1 of 25 Prizes of $1,000 Worth of Amazon Wish List Products from Seven Network

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Dates

Closing Date 11/12/2018 4:30pm
Multi-draw Yes

Prizes

Description Up to $1,000 Worth of Amazon Wish List Products.
No. of Prizes 25
Total Prize Pool $ 25,000.00

Entry Requirements

Open To Australia-wide
Entry Limit One per person
Entry Methods Website
Prerequisites Account/Membership

ENTRY PERIODS

DRAW 1: 5:30am 5 Dec to 4:30pm 5 Dec
DRAW 2: 4:30pm 5 Dec to 4:30pm 6 Dec
DRAW 3: 4:30pm 6 Dec to 4:30pm 7 Dec
DRAW 4: 4:30pm 7 Dec to 4:30pm 10 Dec
DRAW 5: 4:30pm 10 Dec to 4:30pm 11 Dec

TO ENTER

Sign up for/into Amazon account and create a wish list with Prime eligible products from Amazon Australia up to the value of $1,000. Click the ‘Send List to Others’ tab and email to AmazonDeliversChristmas@seven.com.au.

PRIZE

There will be 25 winners (5 per draw), each receiving their Amazon wish list up to the value of $1,000.

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Comments

  • +4 votes

    Just to add from the terms:

    create an Amazon wish list with Prime eligible products (as indicated with the symbol alongside the
    product) from Amazon Australia only. Choose products that up to the amount of $1,000; then

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      Are you allowed to change your wishlist and resubmit it? I added a $999 laptop to my wishlist but I just realised it ships from the US.

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        Hope so, I had to do the same after seeing Amazon AU only. It says one entry per e-mail though but maybe they'll understand…? 🤔

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          I am hoping so too, because i added item looked like they were in stock with amazon AU and prime eligible but after sending the wishlist i found they were not in stock with amazon au anymore

          • +1 vote

            @M911: though it looks likes you can enter more than once if you have more than one amazon account with a different email address

            Entries are limited to one entry per email address
            .
            Entrants can times as they like, however they can only win
            one (1) prize, except for SA residents who are entitled to win more than one (1) prize.

            anyone know why a person in SA could win a prize more than once when the other states cannot

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              @M911: Thanks for the info, so I'd just make a second account and submit a wish list with all Amazon AU items just in case. I wonder if we're meant to submit a wish list for each draw or just the one for all of them?

              anyone know why a person in SA could win a prize more than once when the other states cannot?

              Probably because it's SA and they need what they can get? 🤔

              Just kidding, probably something to do with the legislature regarding giveaways maybe there isn't an opposed limit for some reason.

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      Most items I want are from the US. I wonder whether you can just add anything to your wishlist and if you're lucky enough to win, you can just choose others items to replace them. I want to get into this draw quickly so I don't have much time to build it up.

  • +2 votes

    The way I am reading the terms is that you can enter each day (using the same email address/account) however if you win a prize then you can not win and 2nd time etc .. and when it says "Entries are limited to one entry per email address" i take it (alongside the rest of the terms) that an entry is on a per draw basis which makes sense with them stating "Entrants can times as they like, however they can only win one (1) prize,"

    so I am just submitting the same list daily in hope

  • +28 votes

    WOOT! got an email this morning telling me I am 1 of the winners and am expecting contact from the amazon team to fulfil the order.

    My order total was around $904, the most expensive item was a watch selling for around $650 which (should) automatically update time zones (world time), the next most expensive was a pair of trekking shoes selling for around $150, then the amazon fire tv stick and some RFID blocking items and travel cubes (all set for my holiday next year with all these items).

    • +1 vote

      Congrats subboy!

    • +2 votes

      Incredible, congrats!

    • +2 votes

      Oh wow, congratulations! I'm so jealoua haha. Did you add ay international items to your order? I'm still confused about that part. I'm adding some international items but with Prime shipping. I just hope it'll be eligible.

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        That confused me also, in fact i removed a few items that were prime free shipping and kept only the items with the prime tick just in case prior to submitting my list.

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          Same here.

          Was originally going to add a few Amazon US items (with prime) but ended up playing it safe. Removed all of them, and only added Amazon AU + prime items.

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            @Gnilgorf: Well, I've added all US items with Prime shipping and just sent it off. From the sounds of the T&C's, it seems like you can order anything as long as it comes from the .au site and is eligible for Prime. Don't quote me but that's my take on it.

  • +22 votes

    YEAAAAAAAAAH… Looks like we got two of the first 5 winners in Ozbargain :D

    https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/264607375560802304/51...

    Total pool: $969.20

    Chucked in a PS4 Pro, a few board games, a pile of Studio Ghibli films and a few other items as gifts which I won't list out cause I know certain folk read up on Ozbargain :D


    Okay apparently my pool was higher but some items dropped price overnight xD

  • +2 votes

    Congrats guys that already won, just put my 1st list in today so fingers crossed.

    If we add to the wishlist through amazon.com.au and it is fulfilled by Amazon US is that fine?

    The best thing I can find in the T&C says this.

    All items within the wish list must be made up of Prime eligible products (as indicated with the symbol
    alongside the product on Amazon Australia website www.amazon.com.au) otherwise the entry will be
    disqualified.

    Doesn't specifically say has to be fulfilled by Amazon US.

  • +18 votes

    I won too. :-) First time I've ever won anything. Thanks OP!

  • +12 votes

    Got an email telling me I've won. Email from @seven.com.au via sevenwestmedia.onmicrosoft.com
    I never win anything, is this real?
    Can any winners confirm?

  • +2 votes

    Are OzBargainers the only ones entering or something? How there be so many winners with so few prizes on offer?

    • +4 votes

      it's our time!

      • +1 vote

        because they select 5 winners a day over 5 days I think

        • +4 votes

          It's likely we ozbargainer's were just a little more prepared to enter the first draw and subsequently took up 4 day 1 winner slots (I assumed @jaydee4 was a day 1 too). Thanks to the efforts of gnv9 as always, the shorter window for the first draw (9 hours compared to 24hours) and the odd end time (4:30 pm) i.e. before most folk finish work and check their feeds.

          But now that words out…and everyone and their mums are entering. Ozbargain winners are going to get diluted…


          But yes. Time for the early bird ozbargainers to get the worm =]

          What a crazy turn out for day 1…

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    so when we send the email we just send the link to our prime wish list yea?

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      I sent mine directly through amazon.

      "Send list to others" which can be found in the top right of the wish list -> Copy pasted AmazonDeliversChristmas@seven.com.au directly into the pop up box.

      • +1 vote

        Tip: if you are viewing on your mobile you need to select "Desktop Site" to be given the option "send list to others".
        I actually found it super hard to think of $1000 worth of things I wanted. Maybe because I'm on a budget and I've convinced myself I don't need anything, and this comp forced me to think differently.

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    cool. That’s what I did so was just making sure I did it right

  • +1 vote

    Do we have to send one in for each day?

  • +2 votes

    damn it! missed out on entering the first two draws :(

    • +2 votes

      I missed the first one and most likely didn't win the second one (I probably would've received an email by now if I had won). You still have time.

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    Hi, how do you know if the item is prime or not?
    All items I've added were filtered by Amazon Prime, but in the wish list only some items have a tick next to them.
    Does that mean the ones without the Amazon Prime tick are not allowed?

    • +1 vote

      Prime with the tick ~ its mentioned in the terms and conditions

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        ah okay thanks.

        • +1 vote

          I had the same problem.

          When you filter by Prime the item shows with the Prime tick but when you look in your list some have the tick showing some don't.
          If you click on the item's without the tick they do at least show 'Yes, I want FREE Delivery on this order with Amazon Prime' in the top right corner, so that should indicate they are Prime items. For my sake I hope so!
          I don't know why they don't show the tick though.

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            @gilmour: This has really annoyed me. When the items show up in the search engine, they'll say whether they're eligible for Prime but some don't mention it when you click on them. It doesn't show up on items when you're viewing your cart or wishlist. I just hope I haven't mixed in any non-Prime items. It seems unfair to disqualify your entire entry if you add non-Prime item. They shouls just disqualify that one item.

            Anyway, another day, another non-winning email. This is a fantastic competition because you actually get to choose what you want to win.

  • +1 vote

    Entry period for Friday 7th Dec draw doesn't end till Monday.

    Has anyone been contacted by the Amazon fulfillment team? I'm still waiting.

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    Gotta love Amazon, a Prime item I had in my list from the other day has now been substituted with a more expensive non-Prime listing. Even though the original item is still available and shows when I filter by Prime it keeps adding the other item.
    I hope no one who gets drawn gets disqualified because it happens to them.

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      Interesting. Checked my list as well just in case.

      2 of my items are now no longer marked as Prime.

      And, my total pool now goes over the $1k mark.

      This will be interesting given that I am one of the 'winners'. Wonder how it will all get sorted out. Guess thats why they have the unavailable and substitution clause in their T&C's.

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        Yeah I also noticed that, price increased the other day on mine and had to delete something from my list.
        I actually ended up adding a comment to my items stating what was happening

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      This happened to me. I searched for Prime eligible DVD's by actor name and added two titles. When I look yesterday, they weren't Prime eligible and were more expensive. I then added the cheaper, Prime-eligible versions. They didn't both show up on the same listing, even though they were the same movie and both wouldn't show up when searching by actor name, only one. It's unfair to disqualify the entire order if one or two items are non-Prime eligible. Those items should be substituted or removed, especially when it's not actually your fault.

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        Actually had an item on my list drop price by $4 and Amazon even nicely mention the item has dropped price since adding to my list.
        Unfortunately two of my other original items have increased big time in price but no mention of that at all putting me about $70 over.

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    the way I read the rearms you can enter once every draw with the same email is that the case or is it just one per person

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    no more winners i guess? :(

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    Ok so, been attempting to contact them but to no avail.

    Hopefully get a call back soon~

    As a side note, my list has grown to about 60 over with 2 items non-prime.

    (And now one item dropped by 100…geez amazon)

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    Contacted Amazon.au via Live Chat, told me to wait for email from their team as the person I was speaking to had no info on this event. His/her first response was "This looks like a scam" till I linked the competition url.

    edit: forgot to click the reply button.

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    Hahaha their first response. Not surprised given a special rep would be in charge of it all. Well, let us know how the Amazon side of it pans out~

    Edit: Eh…thought I hit reply 0.o