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50% off 100 pack Glad snaplock sandwich bags from Woolworths w coupon. Unlimited uses until 27 March
glad you posted this
great deal, I'm going to snap up a few of these
i see what you did there.
At this price it just sealed the deal for me
Will have to snap to it to lock in the savings
just ran out, thanks
just in time before i go shopping. just ran out as well. cheers
will let my dealer know
Man…It took me like 5 minutes to get it…fail me :(
drugs are bad mkay?
How much are they normally at Woolies?
Plastic bags seem to work fine for me - ozbargain style - and they're FREE :)
regular plastic bags won't work at all if you want to keep wires and chargers tidy.
Barcodes never work on anything that comes from my printer, like plane tickets- they always have to key it in. Do you reckon this one has more chance of scanning if I print as is, or enlarged?
they can enter the numbers above the barcode if the scanner doesn't work, can't they?
Worked fine for me at the self check out :-)
what was the final price?
i want to know aswell..
For an estimate - the woolies online shop sells them for $5.58 regular price, so I'd say you'd be paying ~$2.50 with the coupon in store.
Must be a lot of students on here that BYO sandwiches. Or perhaps successful dealers :)
dealers using these snaplock bags, that would be the day
I use them for separating stuff in big boxes into findable units.
Good idea. For small stuff, my father uses free coin bags from the banks. He claims he's been with the bank for over 50 years and has a right to a small perk… but I just think he'd make a great ozbargainer ;)
I see all the dealers will be using this.
do barcode images on phones scan on checkouts?
I would like to know this too
Unfortunately no, as the scanners are laser-based. Your screen doesn't reflect light like paper.
It'd have to be a CCD/cmos-based scanner (like how your phone can read qr codes) that's designed to read screens, for it to work.
Just to let you know that on last 7eleven free boost bar promo, bar code were scanable from phone.
I haven't had a close look at a 7-11 but they're probably using CCD scanners. A CCD one projects a larger usually-constant red, green, or orange light. Laser ones typically use a thin sharp red line or pattern.
Laser scanners are more forgiving in terms of distance and orientation (with an omnidirectional scanner) which shortens acquisition time, so high-volume applications like a grocery checkout would normally use an omni-directional laser scanner instead of CCD. Those won't scan LCD screens, unfortunately. In lower-volume applications like a 7-11, CCD would be preferable as they last longer and have no moving parts.
I just tested it and it doesnt work with my barcode scanner here on the iphone.
Your phone should be able to scan the barcode on your screen. I just tried it with my android phone with the Barcode Scanner app and it works. Pointless, but it works. :)
good one. just gonna buy it
These are really handy for storing small parts in.Good find,i'm going to stock up.
Just got some last night with no problems. Thanks heaps!
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