expired iPhone XS Max 256GB (Space Grey) $1669 + $74.95 Shipping @ BecexTech (OW 5% Price Beat $1656.75)

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New Apple iPhone XS Max 256GB 4G LTE (Space Grey only) selling for $1,669 + $74.95 shipping at Bicextech. (OW 5% Price Beat $1,656.7).

https://www.becextech.com.au/catalog/iphonexsmax256gbgry-ins...

+Claim GST back from TRS, if applicable.

Currentlly selling for $2,027 at OW.

I personally only paid $1,585.55 delivered (via phone call), but it may have been a mistake by the operator not adding Becextech's $74.95 shipping fee into the calculation.

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  • +44 votes

    Or wait 2 weeks for the next iPhones to be released and these should come down in price again.

  • +5 votes

    How in the world can they justify $75 for postage?

    • +2 votes

      They should sell it for $1743.95 with free shipping.

    • +1 vote

      They don’t. Part of their margin is taken out of that, but by advertising a lower price initially it bumps them to the top of price search engines while they often aren’t much cheaper, or aren’t cheaper at all once you account for the postage.

  • +1 vote

    $75 to deliver a phone???

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    Can you please share the OW $1585 invoice, you can send me in personal, if you want….

  • +3 votes

    iPhone 512gb for $1819!!!!

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    Who do you call like head office

  • +7 votes

    These guys are dodgy af . Do not buy from them.

  • +3 votes

    got one for a friend used as new condition from FB marketplace for $900 about 4 months ago, see them regular pop up around $900-1200, with 11 model weeks away dont waste your money on new at these prices, look for good condition used which still have warranty

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      I’d wait even if buying used unless really desperate. The supply will be much higher in a month or two from now and i will let you take a guess at what will happen to the demand and prices.
      It won’t be 40% cheaper but at least $200 less. Depends if you can wait.

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    man office work wont match grey stock, they said these guys send overseas models, i dont know how other people get officeworks to match becetxech??

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      That's not right. Their Price Beat Guarantee page says otherwise, plus there was a post about it on OzBargain recently.

      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/480332

      https://www.officeworks.com.au/information/policies/price-be...

      "What about online stores?
      Our Price Beat Guarantee includes products you find online - as long as the item is identical and in stock. When assessing the PBG from online stores we also take into account the added cost of delivery to your location (if any). If the identical, in stock product can be purchased and delivered to your location via an online store for a total price lower than the one we are offering, we will beat that total price by 5%.

      For further information please visit your local Officeworks store and they will be able to assist you with your query."

      Orificeworks can't prove whether the eBay seller has stock here in AU or an overseas warehouse unless it specifically says it somewhere in the listing or says it ships from overseas.

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    i even tried over the phone, but the rep refused saying they dont offer australian stock and australian warranty doesnt mean it is the same stock being offered

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    Will be interesting to see the new models but I'm not expecting any sort of drastic upgrade from this model.

  • +3 votes

    Officeworks shouldn't match this.

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    OP is so lucky!!

  • +1 vote

    Not worth it, IMO.

  • +1 vote

    Just to those waiting for a big price drop, flagship iPhones don't normally drop much in price, they just get replaced with the new model

    An example is the iPhone X RRP was $1,579 AUD, the last price on the JB Hi-Fi web site was $1479

    Yeah you will some times see bargains but it's not normally related to a new model being released

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    whats the point of claiming trs on this if you have to declare it on the way back and cop the gst?

    • +2 votes

      You can do Family pooling when claiming TRS, if applicable.

      "Bringing goods back into Australia for which you have already claimed a TRS refund

      If you are aged 18 years or over, you can bring up to AUD 900 worth of goods into Australia duty-free, or AUD 450 if you are younger than 18. Families travelling together can pool this allowance (a couple with one child can bring in a total of AUD 900 + AUD 900 + AUD 450 = AUD 2250 worth of goods into Australia without paying duty or GST). This is called your passenger concession.

      If the total value of the goods you are bringing into Australia that you purchased overseas or for which you have claimed a refund under TRS is greater than your passenger concession:

      you must declare all of the goods

      you will need to repay the GST refund back on the goods you claimed under the TRS

      duty and GST will apply to all items purchased, not just goods over the limit of your passenger concession.

      Penalties can apply if you don't declare that you have goods in excess of your passenger concession."

      https://www.abf.gov.au/entering-and-leaving-australia/touris...

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      “Have to”

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    Thanks OP claiming price protection now

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    Got the same phone last Tuesday for $1300 cash, unopened.

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    Just don't.

    New iPhone(s) to be announced on the 10th Sep. Just wait 9 days.

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    Is this offer gone ?

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