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The Good Guys - 10% off Ticketed Prices

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10% off ticketed prices today only at The Good Guys

Excludes selected advertised lines, cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers

Excludes Apple products

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  • +2 votes

    Where are the 20% off sales of yesteryear?

  • -1 vote

    Online only or in store as well?

  • +3 votes

    Great! Just in time to buy a Samsung 65" Nu8000 TV!

  • +3 votes

    Id rather skip the constant 5-10% off that everyone does now and just have a good 15-20% off say once a quarter? 5-10 in a lot of cases is easily negotiable…

  • +8 votes

    Do your research. Some of the prices with 10% off are still higher than what it is at Harvey/ Office works. E.g. Arlo pro2 2 camera kit at TGG after discount is $719, whereas HN has it for $699.

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    Great timing! Coffee machine on its last legs

  • +7 votes

    Word for the wise:

    Don't buy Samsung goods from the Good Guys. The DOA policy is a complete joke.

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/450360?page=2#comment-7177...

    Go buy it from somewhere else, price match or do whatever you have to.

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    Ye not really anything special. Sony X9000F 65” still $300 cheaper at JB HiFi..

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      They are getting it assessed by Samsung before they Replace or Refund it to rule out physical damage.. Chill mate

      • +4 votes

        Good guys are required to follow Australian Consumer Law. They have no right to involve Samsung at all.

        No way I'd buy from a company that won't obey the law even after being told to do so by the regulator (fair trading).

        • +7 votes

          But they will be following ACL after it gets assessed by Samsung.. who's to say the OP didn't damage it in the first place like many of the 1000's that do it (When I worked at JB) They are just covering themselves just like many places like Umart, MSY they all have to test/check them before offering a solution.. Its just that Samsung Isn't sending a tech asap which is pretty poor. If I was the manager I would have just swapped it out within DOA 2 weeks.

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            @solidussnake: So why won't they follow ACL from the start? It's the law. The retailer is required to arrange everything, and do so promptly.

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              @factor: the amount of downvotes for reporting scummy behaviour… there's either a lot of JB hifi share owners here, or TGG somehow became a cult.

            • -1 vote

              @factor: You've linked a story where a single store manager has acted incorrectly.
              This is hardly a 'Head Office tells all stores to do this' scenario.

              That specific store manager was a dick, and acted wrongly; but he the person, is not TGG, the entity.

              The customer made a big mistake leaving without his money and accepting repair.
              If he brought the device back into store, and told them he was ending his contract of sale; he has now returned the goods.
              It's a really big misconception that a store has to 'accept a return'; In the eyes of the law, if you bring the goods onto their property, and destroy your contract, you've returned them. They now have stolen money.
              As such, he now has no goods, and no money, and they're required to give him one or the other.

              Just sounds like a once off shitty store owner.

              • +2 votes

                @MasterScythe: Gday,

                A few things :

                Good Guys head office was also contacted who did nothing other than refer the Customer back to the store and this big mistake you speak of "the customer accepting a repair". That didn't happen, no repair was accepted.

                You're right though, maybe other store managers would of handled this differently.

                Cheers.

          • +4 votes

            @solidussnake: I agree with this besides the bit where I've had to do battle for a week with Samsung. If TGG process was to call old mate the technician who is coming over this arvo to check it out that'd be fine by me. It would be unreasonable to not let them inspect it.

            In fact, the shop is under 5 minutes from my house - TGG could of come over and checked it out themselves, there's not a mark on it and it's been handled like fine China but im more than happy for others to look.

            DOA should be handled by law by the retailer, me doing phone battle for 7 days with Samsung isn't how it should be handled in my opinion but each to their own.

            Cheers

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    If I used this code for galaxy s10e, do you think Officeworks would price match?

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      probably not unless it's advertised at the discounted price online

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      OW website says no coupons I’m pretty sure

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      One time I was nearly at the end of the pricematch over the phone (price was still cheaper than OW without coupon) and I mentioned, oh they also have a coupon for extra 5% off. She rudely went ' we dont pricematch coupons' and just hung up on me , moody cow. So yeah, no coupons.

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    Anyone know if they offer free shipping for fridges if bought in store?

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      we bought LG fridge last week and bargained price down, he charged shipping within the price match but itemised it as separate..It is a huge fridge!

  • +2 votes

    YAS-108B soundbar is back down to $179 with this code and advertised discount

  • +3 votes

    I'm looking to buy a tv, but I don't advise buying here. You've all read what TGG did to the fellow OzBargainer last week.

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      Out of the loop, please explain

      • +5 votes

        https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/450360

        It might be worth noting that specifically the store had an issue with Samsung processes and said if it was another manufacturer they'd be able to do more.

        That's why I'm calling out if you want a Samsung TV you may well be better served buying it from another retailer. Up to you though.

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          I bought a Sammy online just today. Said I could pick up in 2hrs.

          Went to do so and the GG in-store staff can’t find it…

          I’m afraid I’m about to descend into the circles of hell trying to resolve this…

    • +2 votes

      I'm sure many other retailers have disappointed customers in the past in some way, Their issue is getting rectified.

      Hardly worth a negative vote, you would have to down vote every brand and product that pretty much ever gets posted!

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    Meh… https://www.thegoodguys.com.au/ninja-nutri-ninja-blender-wit... was $149 like everyone else last week w/ the other -10%, now $169. Should be $99 bcos the new one is out… https://www.thegoodguys.com.au/ninja-ninja-nutri-ninja---aut... which should also only be $149.

    Before JB bought TTG, they had decent discounts and prices, now they just try and trick you in to parting w/ your $$$

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    Beware I noticed an item that was lower yesterday being marked up today, maybe for this?🤔

  • +1 vote

    beware of samsung, once your out of warranty the updates for apps specifically is forgotten, my tv is basically usesless even though its ""SMART"" no support for apps anymore and youtube was removed.

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      Pretty much the same story with any "smart" TV, better off using a standalone box for apps and such.

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    LG C9 OLED 65" now under 5 grand with this code!

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    Just picked up a Samsung 55" NU8000 for $900 after GC, cashback and the 10% off, wish me luck boys cracking the box open now.

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