expired Myer Super Weekend 15% - 50% off @ Myer

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https://www.myer.com.au/ Myer Super Weekend up to 15-50% heaps of stuff Online Friday instore Saturday & Sunday. Ask instore on Friday for website price match.

40% OFF Lingerie and sleepwear by Berlei, Triumph, Playtex, Fayreform, Chloe & Lola, Bonds, Jockey, Kayser, Ambra and Soho Excludes Soho basics.

40% OFF The original price of Revlon

30% OFF Full priced women’s clothing by Regatta, Tokito, Basque, Piper, Miss Shop, Leona by Leona Edmiston, Stella, Yarra Trail, Grab Denim, Milk & Honey, Gordon Smith, Lipsy, Estelle, L/A Collective, Collection and Wayne Cooper

30% OFF Women’s swimwear

25% OFF Full priced women’s clothing by Levi’s®, Calvin Klein, ONLY, Bardot, All About Eve, Guess, Riders by Lee, Sass, Mossman, Elwood, Tommy Hilfiger, Trent Nathan, Talulah, Marni, Nude Lucy, Stevie May, Wrangler, Articles of Society, We are Kindred, Alexis, Nicholas, Georgia Alice, Elliatt, and Victoria Beckham

25% OFF Women’s shoes, handbags and wallets

25% OFF Jewellery & Watches

30% OFF Clothing, accessories, nursery manchester and gifts from the childrenswear department

20% OFF The original price of toys (including Lego)

40% OFF The original price of men’s casual clothing by JAG and Republic

40% OFF When you buy 2 or more items of men’s underwear and sleepwear

30% OFF Men’s casual clothing by GazMan, Blazer, Nautica, Jeff Banks, Blaq, Maddox, Kenji, Hammersmith, Mossimo, Elwood, Reserve, Trent Nathan and Jack Stone 3XL–7XL

30% OFF Men’s business shirts and suits by Van Heusen, Blaq, Calvin Klein, Jeff Banks, Pierre Cardin, Brooksfield and Wolf Kanat

25% OFF Men’s casual clothing by Tommy Hilfiger, Lacoste, Ben Sherman, Levi’s®, Calvin Klein Jeans, Superdry, Premium by Jack & Jones, Jack & Jones, Nana Judy, Silent Theory, Article No. 1, St. Goliath and Riders by Lee

$119ea Men’s boots

50% OFF Sheridan and Private Collection

UP TO 50% OFF The original price of mattresses and ensembles by Sealy, SleepMaker and Heritage* BONUS delivery to the value of $75 and mattress removal to the value of $70 on beds purchased over $999

40% OFF Manchester, cookware and boxed dinnerware, glassware, cutlery & luggage

30% OFF The original price of appliances by Sunbeam, Philips and Vitamix

30% OFF The original price of kitchenware

20% OFF The original price of small electrical kitchen appliances, microwaves, personal, garment and floor care

15% OFF Beats and Bose

As always some exclusions apply check https://www.myer.com.au/content/latest-news for details

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Comments

  • +22 votes

    Any bargains ?

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    Says 'Team Members Only'

  • +3 votes

    Very average discounts

    • +2 votes

      At least you can actually buy it. DJ on the other hand…hopeless and complete waste of time.

  • +7 votes

    “Super”

    As someone once said, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means…”

  • -1 vote

    Sad to see they’ve finally woken up and removed the $10 birthday voucher. Now you have to spend at least $1500 to get a $15 voucher. I guess the bean counters put a stop to it before they have their closing down sale.

  • +1 vote

    What a terribly crap sale. I'm going to be sad when Myer and DJ close down. Bourke Street will be so different

  • +2 votes

    No KingGee on sale, which is my idea of high fashion.

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    Myer and DJ will never shut down as they literally own the market.

    • +1 vote

      Dont be so sure, you suppliers could only advance you with so much, until they decide to call in the creditors. But these sales must be ticking myer over.. They definitely not printing money like 10 years ago before online shopping.

    • +30 votes

      They're both struggling.

      DJs is competing with online stores and fast fashion retailers. They can't sell overpriced cosmetics anymore, because people get them for much cheaper online, and the younger cashed-up demographic is not into paying $500 for a designer dress anymore. They'd prefer to either get a look-alike for a tenth of that, or to buy it direct from the designer's website. Meanwhile, Victoria's Basement and Peters of Kensington are killing them in homewares. What is left is basically a store for rich old ladies.

      Meanwhile, Myer has gone downmarket to avoid being stuck in the "rich old lady" trap. That's worked out awfully for them, because they're now sandwiched between DJs and Target. There's a saying in the industry: "Myer pretends they're competing with DJs, but are really competing with Target".

      Myer's share price has dropped from $3.20 in 2010 to $0.37 now.

      Meanwhile, DJs has been bought by a South African company, which seems to be regretting the move. The local executives have been told to cut prices and become more accessible, and as a result, profits are down 39% for the last half of 2018, and have fallen from $110 million to $36 million since 2016. The company now has a plan to "aggressively reduce retail space".

      The stores may have been around forever, but they could easily both be gone in a decade.

      • +3 votes

        Good analysis. Sounds like you work in the industry.

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        The stores may have been around forever, but they could easily both be gone in a decade.

        IMO they will be gone within 10 years

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          I think that is optimistic. Last year myer lost 486 million. It's market cap was only about 330 million. You can't do that for 10 years, you can't even do it for 5. :(

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        Retail is tough. You need a good reason to shop there. They can certainly offer the in-store experience as a driving factor, but I don't find it on balance worth the trip. The suburban stores may lack variety (a huge cost), and the city (Sydney) store is not car friendly, which means our purchases are more limited to what can be hand carried, so then we'd need to consider alternative locations, or their competition. And once you look at purchasing on the net, there's even more options.

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        They can't sell overpriced cosmetics anymore, because people get them for much cheaper online

        Re this part, I partly disagree. Theres always people new to makeup and don't know how to pick the right shade, they need experts advice. In addition, it's incredibly hard to test/find the right shade by looking at the monitor.

        There's a lot of fakes and old stock online, prices aren't that much better. What has really hurt the cosmetics part, is the presence of Mecca and Sephora, who offer a larger range of indi brands.

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      Yes, that's what their management thinks..maybe you can buy their shares and support the share price..

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    Very normal price at other stores

  • +3 votes

    Are they still in business. They must be the walking dead by now.

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    Lego not on sale is it?

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    any discounts on McQ/Alexander McQueen?

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    Its a duopoly. Why would they shut down. That would be like Safeway or Coles shutting down when they each own half the market (and no I dont shop a Aldi).

  • +2 votes

    They like having these sales every coupe weeks.. It's like dick smith all over again..would be sad to see Myer gone though..

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    So many clicks. Only problem is they can’t convert them to paying customers.

    • +1 vote

      When our local DJs closed down I was shocked

      I’d only been window shopping there the week before!

      :)

  • +4 votes

    The biggest problem I have with MYER is that there is hardly any staff around that want to assist. Many times I’ve wanted to buy something however simply had to walk away due to lack of staff wanting to help

    • +1 vote

      Same as other retail stores, I struggle to find any staff to assist at big W, target or Bunnings.

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      So true. I wanted to buy something (>$1000) during the Boxing Day sale, there was no Myer staff around apart from about 10 concession staf that couldn’t help. So i left and bought it somewhere else.

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      And when you do have the patience to wait for them they invariably have some excuse about how they can’t properly assist you because they’re not in “that department”.

      I will not miss this sorry excuse for a retailer.

  • +1 vote

    I think they meant Super ORDINARY Sale. With the huge markup, these sales are just standard pricing.

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    would kitchenware include coffee machine?

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      it says underneath, excludes electrical, so no 30%.

      You might be able to get 20% off as long as it's not clearance, a Hot Price ticketed item, a no further discounts apply item, a always on ticketed item, the Breville BES500 or any Miele coffee machines.

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    Does anyone know when the next Myer Friends & Family sale is? That sale is the one I'm holding out for as the discounts are usually 40%/50%

  • +1 vote

    I’ll be disappointed when Myer and DJs fold because I like trying on clothes and shoes before I buy them. This shift to online shopping for clothes and shoes is a real pain.

    • +1 vote

      Yep, I'm a somewhat awkward body shape so anything other than t-shirts I usually have to try at least 8 different pants/shoes/jackets, etc before I find something that fits properly, so still do clothing shopping the old fashioned way.

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    anyone recommend any pots with handles that DON'T get hot when they're on a gas stove?

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    15% off Beats and Bose, but no Sony of course!

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    Looking to buy a men suits. 30% off men suits is not bad?

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    I looked at the Dunlopillo's Pillow's early this morning. They were $62 then now have been jacked to $90.

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    Seems like socks aren’t included at all! Jesus I just want some socks. Why must it be so hard 😂

  • +1 vote

    "30% OFF Full priced women’s clothing by Regatta, Tokito, Basque, Piper, Miss Shop…"

    Then "Excludes Miss Shop"?

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    Thanks - Bought some suit pants. Saved $60 after discount and cash rewards, so I'm happy! :)

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    waiting for the beauty sale…any lancome promotion recently???