The Nerf Laser Ops Pro AlphaPoint Blaster 2-Pack $20 (Sold out Online, Now in Store Only) @ Target

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Prices dropped again from $69 —>$30 —> $20 . Enjoy :)

The Nerf Laser Ops Pro AlphaPoint blaster 2-pack gives players everything they need to face off in head-to-head live-action laser battles right out of the box!

They fire a single-shot IR burst up to 225 feet (68 meters) with each trigger pull and register hits with lights and sounds, while lights display health status and ammo capacity. The blasters have unlimited ammo and a quick-reload button to replenish supply. Select to face off in teams or in a free-for-all. Adjust for the environment with the indoor-outdoor switch. Battlers can amp up their play via the Nerf Laser Ops app by using the included armband† to wear a smartphone device (not included) on their arm. On the app, they can access real-time battle intel that allows them to customize the blaster, track their performance, earn power-ups, and use GPS to locate opponents during battle. Includes 2 blasters and 2 armbands. Not compatible with Nerf Lazer Tag blasters.

Ages: 8+ years.
Includes: 2 blasters, 2 phone armbands, and instructions.
Battle-ready out of the box*— amp up play with the app.
Light and sound effects, unlimited ammo, quick-reload button, and health, ammo, and team indicators.
Fires up to 225 feet (68 meters).
Health, ammo, and team indicators.
Customize blaster, track performance, detect enemies.
Mobile Phone Device not included.

Edit: Now unavailable for click & collect or delivery, showing available in store but only at limited locations.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Great deal - cheers OP ;)

  • +1 vote

    Thanks BA

  • +2 votes

    Cheers, got one for ‘the kids’!

  • +1 vote

    Nice one, thanks OP.

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    I bought 3 last time and one still isn't even ready for pick up!

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    Damn bought it at $30

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      same here - but returned it on click and collect pick up and bought it again at $20 :D

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        I'm going to do the same. In fact I called Dandenong and put another one aside so if need be I can return mine and buy that one. Really they should just refund me $10 to save all the hassle.

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    Shows unavailable for delivery and no C&C. Please do let us know if you find any stores having stock in VIC.

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    I only bought mine last week. Couldn't I take it back, get my $30 refund and then buy it back for $20?

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      https://xkcd.com/951/

      something all ozbargainers should be aware of :)

      if it takes me more than .15 of second to pick up a penny, it's a loss

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        So, if it takes him less than 90 minutes to get his $10 then he's ahead of minimum wage then. Not to mention the fact that he might be heading to the mall/Target anyway for an unrelated reason, in which case, his $10 becomes pure benefit devoid of downsides?

        Also, I think it only applies if that 90 minutes is taken out of his otherwise working and earning money time…. If he/she wasn't earning anything on that time, then whatever he saves is essentially earnings even if it is below minimum wage.

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          that was US comic, mate.

          in Australia the equation evens out at 31.55 cents per minute as per current minimum wage, so it comes down to 31 minutes for ten bucks.

          so, if it takes you more than 31.55 minutes to save ten bucks, that's less than minimum wage.

          it doesn't mean much, but if you're earning far more than 19$ per hour maybe there's a better way to spend your time. like getting quality rest, or family time, instead of squeezing every penny into your crazy pocket 😄

          but why not combine the benefits, take your kids with you do some shopping you were going to anyway, and enjoy giggles together as you return one and purchase another, earning $10 along the way.

          savings consideration must include time component into equation. think about those lame eBay birthday deals everyone is pissed off about. that was an obvious waste of time to start with

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            @KnightOfTime: PS and calculate approximate damage dealt to Australian economy by those "fantastic" eBay deals released in limited quantities on the hour during a work day? how many people spent how much time refreshing pages copying around codes, looking at the watch 20 times every minute, adding stuff to the basket before realising it's already gone. then blabbing endlessly about how it desperately sucks in the adequate deal post. damn! eBay should be fined for these disruptive practices.

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        No… It's a hobby :D

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    No stock anywhere even remotely near me :(

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    The single pack version comes with an extra attachment for solo play. This one doesn’t.

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    Dandenong in VIC have 2 left, they did have 3 buy I've reserved one.

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    I spoke to a Target store in WA. They said if there's no stock in a state it'll be unavailable for delivery or click and collect. So there's none in WA. Glad I bought them for $30 the other day now!

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    Plenty of stock in Yarrawonga. Just bought the twin set for the grandson.Still selling for $99 on Amazon Australia.

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    I ordered one of these early on for daughters xmas to put aside,then i decided to order another from a store close by so who family can join in
    My first order for click and collect has remained in progress all day but my second order which i was unsure to order a second set was ready for click and collect asap.
    As both are in same area i have held off picking up my ready to collect order as was looking to get same time.
    I did notice later that there was no further click and collects available online or delivery.
    But im now wonder what's going on with first order are they getting it from elsewhere or are they just a bit slow.
    Or was it they took to long to get it someone in store picked it up?
    Does not take all day to grab an item from shelf and notify customer its ready.
    Im glad i did my second order as this first order is not looking good.

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    Is it normal to wait for a click and collect after 2 days says in progress can't be hard to pick an item off a shelf and notify it's ready anyone else experienced this?

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    Have any of you tested them out yet? Not sure if I got a faulty set or just how they are made.
    The guns won't trigger each other unless the guns are near perfectly linned up. Like they have been the same height, can't hit it from behind etc