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Apple AirPods Max Space Grey (International Model) $570 + $14.95 Shipping @ BuyMobile MyDeal


Breaking the sub $600 barrier and it’s not Pink ;-)

Note that this $10 code is single use only.

International Model
For international stock, shipment will take 5-7 business days to leave our overseas warehouse

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2021

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  • +2

    the all mighty 600 barrier

  • +2

    If these get down to near $500 I might bite

  • -2

    I have to laugh at their review on Choice rating them lower than AirPods Pro. Ridiculous

    • I notice some negative votes but no idea the thinking (if there was any) behind them? Anyone brave enough to own up?

      Ozbargain would definitely be better off without cowardly troll like behaviour.

  • Urgh… Rookie error… Got a bit excited cause I was waiting for these to go under $600 and I ordered them too quickly and forgot to use the promo code… What a fool…

    Btw thanks OP for the post.. still a good deal for those interested

  • Use Cashrewards instead of the $10 code? 6% on ex gst amount would be about $31 cash back

    • Did you miss the special memo on the CR page?

      Cashback is ineligible on - Apple branded products.

  • Nearly bought a pair through an eBay seller, thinking $700 was the best I’d get for brand new item. This is fantastic, just hope they don’t shit themselves. Can you get AppleCare on imports?

  • -1

    There’s also $15 off $100 spend, try coupon code 46Z3E. Maybe targeted

  • So what’s the actual difference between the international and Australian models?

    • Probably like every other international vs Australian models (with the exception of iPhone). No difference other than model number and warranty.

  • Went to grab the last one, and it wouldn’t proceed to the cart. Refreshed the page, out of stock. Oh well.

  • This makes me wonder how much margin AU retailers make if sold on RRP?

    • The margins on Apple products are very low. How else do you think these greedy bastards have built up such a massive cash reserve?
      This is why most retailers omit Apple products from any promotions / cashback.

      • Most ‘retailers’ are agents for Apple rather than retailers. That’s why they omit - Apple controls the price.

  • They ended up cancelling and refunding due to “payment issues” - anyone else experience this?

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