This was posted 1 year 1 month ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Extra 20% off Clearance Items @ Macpac

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Macpac have reduced their clearance items by an extra 20% off, with the discount being reflected once item is in checkout, no coupon required.

Some of the prices on the Engel and Waeco fridges and accessories looked very good as most had already been discounted.

For example:

Dometic Waeco CFX50 WIFI Fridge Freezer 50 Litres

Retail $1399 is reduced to $839 but drops to $711 once in cart.

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  • +8 votes

    The pricing at MacPac RR is way over the top. The hoodie was $199 now $99. Come on get real. Just saying. Must be a market there, but every time I've been in the store I've walked out and gone elsewhere.

    • +4 votes

      It’s merino ain’t it. A wool hoodie for under a hundred bucks. Sounds okay to me

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        Wool blend. Ok. What I am trying to say is how do they sell stock when at RR prices, and even when on 20% sale it's not cheap. Even if you think the quality may be better. I haven't negged as it is a discount on their range.

        • +4 votes

          I think when your main competitor (Kathmandu in this case) is doing exactly this, you kind of have no choice

    • +1 vote

      I was looking for a simple spray/rain jacket that you would expect cost around $50-$100. Stumbled into Macpac and their version was $350… :-/

      • +2 votes

        I get the Rainbird ones from aussie disposals, well under $100. Keep you dry for a hour or two hiking in rain.

    • +3 votes

      yeah my exact thought when i opened the page, $90 for a hoodie? closed the window quicker than a NSFW page when boss walks by lmao

      • +1 vote

        I'm surprised they are even still around. Bet they didn't sell as many puff jackets as Kathmandu which made a high increase in profit over the last winter. So many KM black and green ones seen around Melb.

        • +1 vote

          yeah just like christchurch, KM EVERY WHERE !! its like the unofficial uniform

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          I've owned 1/2 dozen different puffys and the Kathmandu Heli jacket is the best. The Perfect combo of comfort and style and price, hence why they are so popular.

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        Big w sell hoodies for $10. What’s the point? There will always be stuff that’s cheaper..

    • +6 votes

      I brought a macpac backpack in 2006 for $300. It’s had multiple trips overseas maybe about 20 throughout SE Asia. Hasn’t needed to be replaced or repaired. So far that’s $21 a year. Would recommend.

      • +4 votes

        same here, brought a macpac backpack in around 2003 in chch, been all around the world on many many extended trips and its still in great condition.
        Actually gave it to my housemate when she left to travel asia/peru in Jan, held up great according to her.

  • +5 votes

    Can't seem to buy the clearance items. No stores have stock with most items I checked and delivery is unavailable.

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      same here

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      Frustrating. Cant get delivery or even click/collect. My store is 2hrs away,so no deal for me. Oh well.

    • +3 votes

      Likewise. Can't click and collect, nor can I get them delivered. What's the point of that?

  • +3 votes

    Women’s Halo jacket for $80 in most sizes

    https://www.macpac.com.au/clearance/womens/macpac-halo-down-jacket-—-womens/112972-CLEARANCE.html#q=Halo%2Bjacket&lang=en_AU&start=6

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    Small tarps are good value. Tent pegs, discount maps, sleeping bag liner, waking sticks. Pretty good discounts there if you compare to BCF which has some of the same products. Clothing I didn't bother with.

  • +1 vote

    Call in advance if you're doing C&C, I had just had them cancel my order because they didn't have any

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP, the highlight of the sale for me is the Eagle Creek travel bags:
    (https://www.macpac.com.au/clearance?prefn1=brand&prefv1=Eagl...)

    They are always rated very highly on the review sites.
    (https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-packing-cubes/)

    Bought the "Upgrade Pick" Eagle Creek Pack-It Specter Tech Cube Set for $24. Bargain.

    Previously bought one of their toiletry bags on the recommendation of Wirecutter, and it was a pain in the ass trying to find it at a decent price in Australia.

  • +1 vote

    thanks just picked up a jacket and a few beanies :)

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    I have loads macpac stuff and love them. Their boxers are the best you'll find anywhere.

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    Recent OB post on the Allocacoc Powercube had a bit of interest…
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/537934

    There are a couple listed in this clearance sale, might be worth it if combining with other items for postage (limited stock for pickup in SE Melbourne that I checked - make sure you change colours to check stock)

    Funtastic / Allocacoc Powercube Extended (5 outlet, no USB, extension cord) $19 (green or red colours)
    https://www.macpac.com.au/clearance/funtastic-powercube-exte...

    Funtastic / Allocacoc Powercube Original (2 outlet, 2 USB, wall plug) $14 (grey colour)
    https://www.macpac.com.au/clearance/equipment/funtastic-powe...

  • +1 vote

    In stock not available for delivery ?

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      Yeah it's a terrible 'sale' I was looking at jackets and could only find one available for delivery

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      Yup, in stock, not available for delivery or click and collect from any store in Melbourne.

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      Yeah spent ages adding stuff to my cart, ready to buy a shedload of stuff, go to check out and all they could deliver was a couple of beanies.

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    Worst customer service from an outdoor store I've ever had was from Macpac.

  • +2 votes

    For the people who did not know. Macpac use to be owned by the Australian company Champ Ventures which owned Kathmandu so that is probably why they have a similar RR/sale pricing scheme. Macpac was sold to Super Retail Group in 2018 which owns Super Cheap and Rebel Sport

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    Expired? No extra 20%