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[eBay Plus] Bose 700 Headphones $399 | AirPods $99 | RM Williams Boots $399 | Xiaomi Air Purifier $179 | LEGO SW $199 @ eBay

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As reported on Finder

PS. Before you go and buy the $10 SD cards @ Harvey Norman, I believe there will be micro SD cards for 99 cents that haven't been mentioned in the article.

Thursday 19 March – 10am AEST

  • Bose Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones 700: $399 (RRP $599.95, save $200.95)
    Link to item. Promo code PAJ17.
    100 available each at 10am, 12 noon and 2pm.

Friday 20 March – 9am AEST

  • Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 3H: $179 (RRP $299.95, save $120.95)
    Link to Item. Promo code PDB16.
    300 units available Expired
  • Zinus Memory Foam Mattress: $249 (RRP: $399, save $150)
    Link to Item. Promo code PNA13.
    200 units available
  • 300W Folding Solar Panel: $199 (RRP: $289, save $90)
    Link to Item. Promo code PJJ19.
    200 units available
  • Suunto 5 G1 Fitness Watch: $199 (RRP: $449.95, save $250.95)
    Link to Item. Promo code PFC91.
    300 units available
  • Zinus Ironline Queen Bed Frame: $199 (RRP: $299, save $100)
    Link to Item. Promo code PZX58.
    200 units available
  • LEGO Star Wars Droid Commander: $199 (RRP: $367.40, save $168.40)
    Link to Item. Promo code PPM15.
    100 units available
  • Parlux Ardent Ionic Hair Dryer: $179 (RRP: $219.95, save $40.95)
    Link to Item. Promo code PGA58.
    300 units available

Friday 20 March – 10am AEST

Note: The Apple Airpods, R.M. Williams Boots and Dyson V7 all share the same coupon code (Maximum of 1 Transaction Per Coupon).


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Comments

  •  

    The BOSE 700 were $438 late feb here and currently on amazon for $495.

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      The bose is 438 for me on amazon…

      •  

        Sorry yeah wasn't logged in before. That's the Prime Savings. So looks like it still is $438 from amazon.

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      28 degrees declined my price protection at AMZ because it required Prime to get that pricing.

      I'm going to try again on this price, even though this requires Plus. But in the past they've given me PP claims on Plus deals. I hope they do so again. This is a better price than Amz.

      But I won't be able to claim TRS on mine anymore because my flight for next week was canceled. :(

  • +26 votes

    Oh, it's the hourly thing again.

  • +24 votes

    Unless they drop 10,000 of the AirPods I’ll just let it slide. You’ve got a minute chance of getting them unfortunately.

    • +22 votes

      A minute? You must be joking lol. Last time it's gone in seconds..

    • +1 vote

      even 10,000 wont last a minute at that price.. to be a real OZB you need 5+ of ebay accounts LoL

      • +2 votes

        it would be pretty hard operating 5 accounts simultaneously. If it's gone in seconds, having more accounts isn't going to increase your chances unless you get 5 people on separate devices helping out.

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          Ask your partner, kids to help you out, double the accounts double the chances. Felt like visiting supermarket lately. XD

    • +18 votes

      With more people working from home, it is going to be harder to get now as no one will be watching over their backs.

      • +4 votes

        At the same time, we really shouldn't be buying shit we don't need haha. Recession looming and all…

        • +9 votes

          isn't that more reason to buy since it'll help the economy? lol

          • -5 votes

            @bakemon0: How will it help the economy? Majority of Australians are going to be worse off, and we are leading into a recession. Would be stupid to assume buying things is going to save our economy, especially buying things from Amazon/eBay.

            • +3 votes

              @onlinepred: That's how the economy works, buying shit creates jobs. The recession is because people will spend less, not travelling and not going to restaurants destroys jobs.

              Everyone thinking they should save money when times were looking sketchy is why the great depression was so bad. Saving money makes sense for the individual but is terrible for the whole economy

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                @freefall101: Okay so for all the people without jobs now, you need to buy all the things they would have. Go!

                Also saving for the individual is better for the individual, if all individuals are doing better, then at the end of the recession, guess what….

                If we are all broke and further in debt coming out of the recession, it's going to be so much worse.

                If you want to help the economy, go buy coffee from your local cafe, and get takeaway, buy local produce from farmers etc. Helping Amazon and eBay isn't helping our economy.

                Tell investors to not withdraw their investments, then perhaps we won't have such a huge recession, they will have a bigger impact than you buying headphones from a US company.

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                  @onlinepred:

                  they will have a bigger impact than you buying headphones from a US company.

                  Until Australia starts making their own headphones there's no alternative. The seller itself is Australia based.

                  If you want to help the economy, go buy coffee from your local cafe, and get takeaway, buy local produce from farmers etc. Helping Amazon and eBay isn't helping our economy.

                  Buying locally made products is good and all, but we don't make much here aside from food. Helping farmers buy buying local produce isn't going to fill your headphones need. You're not going to wear a banana on your head are you? Buying local food over imported food is fine. But if you are in need headphones, taking your headphone money and buying food instead isn't filling your specific need.

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                      @onlinepred: i have no idea what they are but they look weird. They are in-ears and over ears at the same time which combines the discomfort of in-ears with the bulk of over ears. Not a good combination imo.

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                        @lostn: That's your choice, they have really great reviews and are Australian. If you want to support Australian headphones there you go.

                        • -1 vote

                          @onlinepred: They require a monthly subscription. No thanks.

                          • -1 vote

                            @lostn: https://www.nuraphone.com/products/nuraphone - no subscription requried.

                            https://www.ozbargain.com.au/product/nura-nuraphone

                            Are you okay mate? Are you arguing for the sake of arguing? What's your next argument? Anyway I gave you an Australian option, that's fine if you don't like it, you don't need to tell me what your specific preferences are. This has run it's course. I was simply replying to you "Until Australia starts making their own headphones there's no alternative." which was untrue, and I gave you an example of some fantastic Australian made/designed headphones with headquarters in Melb.

                            • -1 vote

                              @onlinepred: $549 for headphones of which the ANC is untested because no one has heard of these things, and they go inside your ear canal. No thanks.

                              I was simply replying to you "Until Australia starts making their own headphones there's no alternative." which was untrue, and I gave you an example of some fantastic Australian made/designed headphones with headquarters in Melb.

                              Let me rephrase then. Until Australia makes a competitive product, there is no alternative. I'm not going to buy something that doesn't fit my needs just because it's Australian. These are headphones but they don't compete in the same space. You're outlining examples just to split hairs.

                              Next you're going to tell prospective Tesla buyers to buy a Toyota Camry because they're still Australian made until 2021 (or was it 22?). They both have four wheels but they're just not competing products. Someone in the market for a Tesla is looking for a state of the art EV, not just any large ICE sedan, and there is no Australian alternative. Saying that technically Australia does make cars is the very example of arguing for the sake of arguing. They don't even compete in the same market.

                              Are you okay mate? Are you arguing for the sake of arguing? What's your next argument?

                              If anyone is doing that, it's you. Pointing out any POS example just to say you're wrong. I asked for an alternative to Bose or Sony, which means it has to be the same class and quality of item with reviews and testimony to back that up. Not just any old headphones. If I want something that goes inside my ear canals, I'll buy in-ears which are lighter and more portable.

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                  @onlinepred: I think you missed the point on what is better for individuals. Stopping spending is good for the individual, except that when everyone starts doing it it deepens the recession. There is no end to the recession because people keep losing jobs because no one is active in the economy and saving their money.

                  All individuals do much, much worse. The idea of saving out of a recession was blown apart in the 1930s, thus why governments now encourage as much spending as possible.

                  Nothing to do with these specific headphones, just the concept in general. People should not start hoarding every last cent, we need people to live their lives normally and consume at a normal level for the recession to end.

        • +3 votes

          Gotta start panic buying headphones now

          • -2 votes

            @ak47wong: It will help the economy man. Do it. The Chinese imported ones are better, buy them first. It's also best to buy them from overseas company so none of the money comes back to Australia. It will help us. Trust me.

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      I would say 10 seconds.

  • -1 vote

    Will they have limited stock?

  • +2 votes

    No deal. These hourly deals aren't worth the time and effort

  •  

    That's odd that it's in AEST and not AEDT

  • +3 votes

    Tried airpods deal 9x for 3 days in a row last time, always OOS the second it start. Unless you already have Ebay plus, its not worth signing up just for this deal.

    • +3 votes

      Even when you thought you successfully ordered, you get error in order, ending up not getting one. Such disappointment!

    •  

      Lmao. I got three from the deals back then. Imma test my luck on these as well.

  • +3 votes

    What model air purifier?

    • +1 vote

      MSRP of $299 is making me think it's going to be the 3H (unless they have a bunch of old stock 2S with an inflated MSRP)

  •  

    Any review on ECOVACS DEEBOT N99T ?
    edit - I searched google I can not find this model

  • +15 votes

    These sales are becoming a joke. Airpods go in seconds to those that run bots. Total click-bait.

    • +3 votes

      Can't agree more. all the shit they selling are not handful.

    • -13 votes

      I think they fixed the BOT issue. I tried running my BOT last time for the $99 airport and it made me complete a captcha for every action.

      • +3 votes

        What's with the negs. It's impossible to do this manually by hand. I've tried clicking as fast as possible for the last two events for it to be sold out within 1 second. The only way is to make your own bot to snipe it. I'm pretty sure there are more than 100 developers in Australia who are capable of doing this. To be clear, I am only buying one and not buying all 100 as it is one per eBay plus account.

  • +3 votes

    These prices are not attractive at all, especially given the effort required

  • +2 votes

    Which model is Xiaomi Mi air purifier?

  • +1 vote

    Only thing out of that list I want is airpods

  •  

    no skin off my nose if i miss out, but might as well have a shot at the airpods

  • +1 vote

    No toilet papers?

  •  

    Can wait and watch out for better deal in this coronavirus climate.

  • +2 votes

    This is click-bot testing !!

  • +1 vote

    Only the Bose is a great price . The other are average for example the Lego set is on Amazon at $220 .
    So Id think the others would be readily available .

  •  

    battle of the bots for those AirPods yo

  • +7 votes

    Battle of the bots! Sorry humans don't qualify for this. Unobtainable deal

  • +2 votes

    I would recommend that anyone who's after some RM's to go try a pair on before buying them to get the size correct!

  • +1 vote

    @10.00.05am I purchased the Bose 700, and I ain't nobodys bot!!

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      it hasn't been popular. I found "more than 10 available" just before 2PM when it was meant to restock.

      I think most 'Bargainers prefer XM3 due to price difference.

    • +1 vote

      If i am reading correctly they haven't yet sold out of the 12pm allocation in addition to more being made available at 2pm? Is that right?

  • +1 vote

    No Toilet paper?
    Disappointed.

  •  

    got the bose quite easily

  •  

    Heaps available, a good bargain for someone who wants it, don't think GST claim matters as very few people are travelling only for critical reasons, But your invoice will have a purchase price of $600.

  • +2 votes

    Headphones still only 38 sold lol

  • +1 vote

    Very underwhelming prices

  • +1 vote

    Bose is somehow purchasable now :) ~ Got one.

  •  

    What's the "ECOVACS DEEBOT N99T Vacuum Cleaning Robot: $149 (RRP $239, save $90)"?

    I can't find anything about the N99T online

  • +1 vote

    lol still available!!

    i would rather get that from amazon for a bit more for better warranty etc

  •  

    Air Purifier might be handy for asthmatics like us in the next bushfire season later this year. Expect the fires to only get worse until the govts around the world start listening to scientists who devote their lives to climate change research instead of being seduced by paychecks of the mining or fossil fuel companies

    •  

      From the price it should be the Xiaomi Air Purifier 3H
      which comes with a true HEPA filter that can effectively filter Bacteria (but not Virus unfortunately)

      a True HEPA filter is certified to remove 99.97% of all microscopic particles as small as 0.3 microns in size, which is the tiniest particle’s size to get into your lungs.

  •  

    Will it be the same seller for the airpods as the headphones?

  •  

    Does anyone know when the micro sd card is going to go come in?

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    There is no code or banner for the airpod at 10 am, anyone managed to get them ??
    Edit: sorry guys, just saw that is for tomorrow not today.

  •  

    It's 11:35am and still plenty of Bose avail. Wish I could pull the trigger, but already spent my spending on a RTX2070Super

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