Free MasterCard Commentary Radio when You Spend $10 using Mastercard at Participating Cricket Australia Merchandise Outlet

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Free Mastercard radio valued at $25 when you spend $10 at the cricket. Cricket Australia's own radio is $25 (the same just branded CA instead) so if you're gonna buy something anyway and don't mind selling out to Mastercard it's a good deal. I bought a hat for $30 which effectively made it $5 (assuming free radio valued at $25….not that it really is but hey, it's free. With a few strings).

"When you spend $10 on your Mastercard at a participating Cricket Australia merchandise outlet at selected Australian Men’s International cricket fixtures, you will receive a free Mastercard Radio.

When you’re watching the cricket at the ground, the atmosphere is incomparable but there can occasionally be a disconnect between what you see and what’s really going on. For example, you might miss the subtle move a captain has made to place a fielder at backward point instead of forward point. To the cricket tragic, this can make the experience feel incomplete.

The Mastercard Radio gives you the best of both worlds, you can access expert commentary and capture all the nuances of the game whilst also experiencing the in ground atmosphere."

Stock will be limited per day so check the T&C's for full details.

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Comments

  • +4 votes

    I bought a hat for $30 which effectively made it $5

    Is this how savings work now?

  • +3 votes

    These were free under the previous Vodafone and Commbank sponsorships.

  • +2 votes

    (assuming free radio valued at $25…)

    I value something free at $0

  • +1 vote

    "When you spend $10 on your Mastercard at a participating Cricket Australia merchandise outlet at selected Australian Men’s International cricket fixtures, you will receive a free Mastercard Radio.

    So you spend $10 and get a free $25 radio . Lets be fair on the value of everything say 50 % your $10 bucks ends up with $17.50 provided you jump the fence :)

  • +1 vote

    assuming free radio valued at $25….not that it really is

    How did you "value" this at $25 ?

    The only way to value it at $25 is if the exact same item is being sold elsewhere for $25. If it isn't then it cannot be valued at $25 and this is not a deal.

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      this is not a deal.

      Your right! It’s not a deal it’s a STEAL.

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      The almost exact same radio is sold for $25 just with Cricket Australia branding.

      It is a ridiculous price to pay, but if you were willing to pay that (which is the "normal" way to obtain the item/access to the service)then paying $10 for the same item with different writing on it is a bargain.

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      It is being sold at the same place for $25, just with Cricket Australia branding.

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    Or you just take an AM radio and listen to that.

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    Is this applicable even if I buy Cricket Australia gift card?

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    Does it still let you listen to the TV coverage like previous years, or just AM radio stations?

    I think this is what made them beneficial in the past - they would stream the live tv audio to the radios, so you could listen while you watch live (as opposed to having every ball described to you on ABC radio)

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    Yes I was listening to my free Comm bank ones @ Perth on Thursday. There were 4 stations available with commentary. Commentators were, Flemmo, Gilly, Punter, Slater, Howie, Skull, Moody, B Julian, Some English bird, Some Aussie bird, Tugga, Moody, Mitch Johnson and many others.
    I'll let you work out what stations they were on 😉

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