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10% off Sitewide (Some Exclusions) Chromecast with Google TV $89.10, Nvidia Shield Pro $314.10 + Postage /$0 C&C @ The Good Guys

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Offer ends 11:59pm AEDT 11/02/2021. Discounts apply to most recent previous ticketed/advertised price. As we negotiate, products will likely have been sold below ticketed/advertised price in some stores prior to the discount offer. No further discounts apply. Discount calculated at point of sale. Excludes some advertised lines, Door Buster Deals, 15% off Microsoft Surface Pro 7, Pro X, Laptop 3 & Book 3, All Apple Products, Gaming Consoles, Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 Gaming Accessories, Samsung Galaxy S21 Series Devices, Fisher & Paykel Washer (WH1060P1), Dyson TP04 Pure Cool Tower Fans (249230-01 and 310132-01), selected TV models, Chef Built In Cooking & Rangehoods Clearance, selected Portable Cooling, TP-Link Home, selected Samsung Soundbars, Swann Home Security, Mobile Phone Plans, Home Broadband Plans, Mobile Broadband Data Plans, All Apple Products, Linsar, Loewe, Miele, Asko, Ffalcon, AEG, Smeg, La Germania & Neff, Digital Vouchers & Gaming Credits, Gift Cards, Home Services, Delivery, Installation & Gold Service Extras. Further exclusions may apply. Terms and conditions apply.

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    Chromecast with Google TV $89.10

    Do they do the Netflix bundle version?

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      Not when I went in there a month ago .

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        thanks…

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      What is the bundle version, good sir?

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      • +4 votes

        For an extra $41, you get $96 Netflix credit… (6 months on std plan)

        So effectively, you're getting the Google TV device for around $44

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          Is the Netflix credit cumulative to 12 months if you buy a second Google TV device? Got two TVs, one Netflix account.

          • +2 votes

            @Morven:

            "Limit of three per customer/Google Account."

            Details at the bottom of this link…

            NOTE:
            You activate the offer from your google account, and then log into any Netflix account to apply the credit.

            PS:
            You'll probably need this link as there is absolutely nothing in the package on how to redeem the offer…

            PPS:

            "apply the offer value to a Netflix account by 1 March 2022."

            PPPS:
            I ordered directly from Google and it got delivered in 2 days.

            • +1 vote

              @jv: Awesome. Thank you. I might have had to Bing that information in the Google-less Australian future :)

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                @Morven: Note this tip if you have wifi issues…

  • +2 votes

    Just got the Shield Pro the other day.

    Walked into GG and they said best price was $345, walked into HN and just asked best price, was offered $299 and with another push got $289.

    I really thought it'd be the other way around. First time I've bought something from HN

    • +7 votes

      Could you post the receipt so we can try price matching?

  • +3 votes

    I have google tv and it’s amazing except for just once-twice a day the wifi just disconnects randomly for a couple of minutes. There’s plenty of threads online about it so I’m surprised google hasn’t fixed it yet. YMMV.

    • +1 vote

      I have google tv and it’s amazing except for just once-twice a day the wifi just disconnects randomly for a couple of minutes.

      I was setting one up the other day and the same thing was happening.
      It was reporting a weak wifi signal, even though it was only a metre away from the node. Hopefully a future firmware update will fix it.

      • +1 vote

        Could someone please confirm if Google TV can run VPN apps with Wireguard support at close to full speeds?

      • +3 votes

        I had major issues with mine on my wifi until I changed the chanel of my radios. Depending on your setup this may or may not be easy to do, I run all Ubiquiti at home which made it simple enough, I changed from the default chanel of 10 to 40 (for 5Ghz) and it hasn't missed a beat since, no drops, good signal (from about 15 meters away from the AP), might be worth a go?

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          Thanks for the tip…

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          Yep, it's the problem with 5Ghz channel. If you can't change the channel have to use 2.4Ghz

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      I recently bought one. No WiFi problems so far. Main gripe is even though it supports CEC & can turn on my TV via Google remote it doesn’t also turn on my Yamaha soundbar so I’m stuck with the TV speakers as the output. Workaround is turn on the TV first with the TV remote which also turns on the soundbar then switch to Google Chromecast as the source via TV remote or just press one of the buttons on the Google remote (e.g., YouTube). Hopefully Google fix this. Lots of similar complaints on Reddit.

      • -4 votes

        First World problem…

        User name checks out by the way…

      • +2 votes

        I have my chromecast plugged into one of my soundbar's HDMI inputs and it works perfectly. Is this an option for you?

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          Omg genius. That fixed it. Thanks a million!

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      That would be mildly annoying haha. I've had one of these since they came out and haven't experienced that ever thankfully. I've got a google home wifi setup so not sure if that makes it less likely to happen.

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      I have 2 of these and have had no issues with drop outs at all, 1 I bought the first day they were available and the other has only been a couple of weeks. Not saying your issue is isolated just giving another side.

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    Cheers bought!

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    The exclusions list is long and vague enough that I can't be bothered to try looking to see if any of the items I'm looking for (including an oven) is on promo.

  • -2 votes

    if you have any interest in minimising your footprint on the Google database, for 10 extra bucks and 10 minutes longer setup you could get fully setup with a Raspberry Pi 4 running Kodi on LibreELEC (you could run a hell of a lot more on it too if you feel that way inclined).

    • +4 votes

      I used to use a raspberry pi but honestly it's just so much easier and nicer using an apple tv or a google tv. The UI on the google tv is the best thing about it, and not one that you can replicate on a raspberry pi. It compiles shows and movies from all the streaming services so you don't have to go in to amazon prime to see if it has a movie, then jump out and go to netflix, then jump out and go to the play store - you search for a movie and it shows you where you can watch or buy it with a single click.

    • +2 votes

      Far from equivalent. And 10 minutes? Dreamin'.

      It's cool you're spreading the word about something you're interested in, but if you want an impact try coming at it from a less assuming perspective.

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    10% available in-store? Want to pay with more than 2 gift cards

  • +1 vote

    I got Chromecast with Google TV for 139$ delivered with ~95$ credit on Netflix… a much better deal if you use netflix anyway.
    Here: https://store.google.com/au/config/chromecast_google_tv_netf...

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      I wonder whether the netflix credit can be applied to an existing netflix overseas account?

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        no idea, check with support, maybe?

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    Damn. The price on the Yamaha 2090B soundbar has gone up. Would have been good enough for $400.

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    Anyone have a Shield Pro and can comment on the supposed DVR functionality? All the info I can find says it still needs you to buy additional DVR hardware and a Plex Pass subscription. It doesn't have a antenna cable input so don't see how they can claim DVR functionality?

    • +1 vote

      Yeah, if you want to record free-to-air TV you'll need an external USB TV tuner, like a Hauppage. I haven't tried on my Shield Pro as I have another android TV box with built-in TV card for recording, which I hardly use now anyway.

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    Chromecast with Google TV is a really great product, a steal at $89.10

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      $140 @ Google store with 6 months netflix (valued at $94~)

      • +1 vote

        I don't use netflix

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          Ask a friend or family member who does use Netfix if they will give your the $$ for the Credit Vchr supplied (after you apply it to their account. They shouldn't mind as they were going to spend it regardless. It's what I did.

          • +3 votes

            @Borg: Neflix produces and defends content like "Cuties". I choose not to support this morally bankrupt company and I don't encourage others to use it. Each to their own.

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              @DisabledUser325120: Fair enough, in that case, best not watch anything on TV or listen to the radio as they are all guilty of supporting things that are not moral to some but ignored by others. As you noted. Each to their own.

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                @Borg: I appreciate your concern for my sensibilities but I haven't watched free-to-air TV for a decade and I can't recall the last time I turned on FM/AM radio.

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                  @DisabledUser325120: The thing is that it's almost guaranteed that the device you're writing these comments on was produced using slave labour etc.

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                    @MrFunSocks: Nice whataboutism but what's that got to do with pedophilia being promoted on Netflix? Nothing.

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                      @DisabledUser325120: You called them "morally bankrupt", so I assumed that you would also be against companies that are "morally bankrupt" by using slave labour.

                      Saying a show about kids is "promoting pedophilia" is "outrage culture" garbage. I guess they promote murder, rape, genocide, kidnapping, torture, racism, etc as well then since they have shows and movies with that in them? There's no pedophilia in that show.

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                        @MrFunSocks: The normalisation of kiddie stuff. Good to know where you stand.

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                  @DisabledUser325120: Your initial comment says: Chromecast with Google TV is a really great product, a steal at $89.10
                  If you don't watch TV etc, what use is a Chromecast to yourself (as a matter of interest)?

                  • +1 vote

                    @Borg: Free-to-air TV. Pay attention if you want to play.

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                      @DisabledUser325120: Indeed, best pay attention.
                      I wrote prior to that ", best not watch anything on TV". Note the word "anything".

                      • -1 vote

                        @Borg: OK, rock-spider apologist

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      but shame it has only 4gb internal memory. hardly I can install a good racing game :(

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    Can anyone confirm if the 6 months credit can be used for Neflix Turkey or not ?

    • +2 votes

      Pretty sure no, was discussed back then when google store deal first came up

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    Can you cast your PC to these?

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      Yes. VLC supports casting & chrome to cast your desktop

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    If I already have vodafone TV, do I need the Google TV? Trying to convince my partner..

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      I'm trying to decide the same thing! I have voda tv and my parents have the google tv which is making me want to get one. Tempting…

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      No, sorry. The Google TV is a bit zippier than the VTV but doesn't do anything more, in fact less - no built-in TV and won't run the Foxtel app - though it does have more advanced Dolby decoding if you have a home cinema setup.

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      If I already have vodafone TV, do I need the Google TV? Trying to convince my partner..

      I've tried both…

      Google TV is more responsive, but if you don't need a second one, I wouldn't bother….

      Also, Vodafone TV can play movies off a memory stick or hard drive and has a built in tv tuner, Google TV doesn't.

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    Sony XM4 headphones eligible - came to $339 after CB

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    Cheers OP, picked up a google tv with $4 cashback also, so down to around $85, pretty good deal.

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    I have this, it's a great device for a bedroom tv. A few caveats minor though:

    It does have the occasional delay in loading when transitioning between screens
    The remote is functional but feels a bit cheap and nasty compared to the Fire TV remote
    It recommends programs on services you do not pay for

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    Can you price beat with Officeworks? (Given it's a coupon and not on sale)

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      No

      Actually, since the promo is advertised on their website, they probably would…

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        Not only did they not price beat at $89, but they wouldn't even price beat at $99 because they only beat lower prices 🙄

  • +1 vote

    Good deal. Brought a coffee machine today.
    10% off using TODAY10; 5% by using giftcard via suncorp and got another 4-5% via cashrewards (exclude GST), works out around 18-19% off.

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      Does CR really end up tracking? Thought it wouldn’t if using a coupon.

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        I stand corrected. The 5% did stack since the TODAY10 code was listed on CR. Granted, even with discounted egift cards (5%), cashrewards (5%) and TODAY10 (10%), the net saving over the discounted price of a Bosch oven I wanted which was listed at $949, only brought it down to about $775ish… which isn't too far off from the TGG Commercial price of just under $800 anyway.

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    Is the 3 yrs Gold Concierge for $30 extra worth getting with the Google TV ?

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    Are there actually any deals? Regular prices are generally inflated and designed to be negotiated, I bet you can save more than 10% by negotiating a better price on at least anything over $100.

    Meanwhile the coupon doesn't work with things that are genuinely discounted.

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      Regular prices aren't "inflated" and are definitely not designed to be negotiated lol.