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10% off Storewide @ First Choice Liquor

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Halloween

Stack with your choice of cashback (CR/Shopback)

10% sitewide offer only valid online until 11.59 PM AEDT 26/10/2020. Offer applies on orders of $1 or more after savings and discounts, and your promo code HALLOWEEN is entered at checkout. Retail limits may apply. Online only offers not available in store. Not all products available for Click & Collect in all stores, Click & Collect subject to stock availability. This offer is only valid for up to $1000 (inc. GST) worth of products at the pre-discounted price. We will apply the discount up to this $1000 amount, if your order exceeds this value, we reserve the right to cancel the portion of the order placed above this amount, or process the remaining part of your order at the non discounted amount, at our discretion.

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  • lagavulin 16 for 94.50. nice

  • 8 bottles of Chandon NV Sparkling Brut 750mL for $150.48 delivered - plus 3% cashback potential as well. So possibly ~146 after cashback .. - 18.25 per bottle.

    • Yarra Burn NV fizz also from Yarra Valley is comparable and a better buy .. why pay extra for the French name??

      • I get your point - but realistically brand certainly plays a part with sparkling/champagne - particularly at this time of year where the said sparkling is often taken to a party/event and shared or given as a gift.

        If its for private use - I am much more inclined to purchase whatever is on special and that I find is reasonable bang/taste for the buck.

        If I'm rocking up to someones house whom have spent a reasonable chunk-of-change to entertain or dine us, I don't always feel comfortable rocking up with a no-name that I think is comparable.

        • That $25 bottle I'm giving you only cost me $18 :)

        • There are some well known cheap and arguably nasty brands (e.g. Angoves, Yellow Tail), and there are some good quality for the money brands (Yalumba).

          Once you're at the 20-odd dollar price point you're at a real sweet-spot for Australian wines and it's actually difficult to buy garbage - the trick is to get 'great wines' at a 'good wine' price and a lot of that comes down to personal taste.

          Ironically, the 'Chandon' brand is the cheap knock-off at this price point. It's leaning hard on the Moet good-will but that's 100% corporate - just because the vineyard is owned by a 1980's icon brand doesn't mean it's the same stuff produced. In my opinion, Chandon NV is…look, it's a good $14 bottle they sell for $25.

          Bottom line, don't stress, and if you're unsure ask the old dude working at the bottle shop for advice, tell them your price point and they'll always look after you because a) they taste a lot of wine and b) the work is boring as all hell so any positive customer interaction is a highlight of the day.

  • Thank you.