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BIG Remote Control Gesture Sensing Remote Control Stunt Car $99 Delivered (Was $119) @ OzBargain.king eBay

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⭐ Very popular Gesture Sensing Remote Control Stunt Car see video in the AD
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  • +12

    Was $119
    $ 20 OFF for OzBargain Members Only Sale

    Fake discount? Sales history shows that it was $99 up till yesterday:

    Username Buy It Now price Quantity Date of purchase
    n***2 AU $99.00 1 6 Dec 2021 at 11:25:56 AEDST
    e***5 AU $99.00 1 2 Dec 2021 at 19:49:21 AEDST
    p***o AU $99.00 1 1 Dec 2021 at 8:10:32 AEDST
    h***n AU $99.00 1 21 Nov 2021 at 19:29:42 AEDST
    d***h AU $99.00 1 29 Oct 2021 at 20:25:19 AEDST

    And revision history shows that the price has been updated today after the $99 price ended:

    Date Time Revised information
    07 Dec, 2021 14:01:58 AEDST Buy It Now price
    • -1

      @m9
      As mentioned below this product was selling at $119, see below screenshot proof including customer feedback

      further it shows proof that the product was on a sale and that sale price is no more available for public and the current ozbargain.com.au member offered discount code is a genuine one

      https://files.ozbargain.com.au/upload/376550/92885/sale_full...

      • +1

        You don't seem to understand do you?

        Read this: https://www.accc.gov.au/publications/advertising-selling/adv...

        Statements such as 'was $150/now $100' or '$150 now $100' are likely to be misleading if product had not been offered for sale at the specified 'was' or 'strike through' price of $150 before the sale commenced, but had instead been offered for sale at a lower price. In such circumstances, a consumer would not make the represented saving of $50 by purchasing the product for $100 during the sale.

        In this instance, the price was $99 immediately before this 'sale' and has been for over 5 weeks. It then went up to $119 and a $20 discount was offered. Hence it is misleading for you to claim a was price of $119 as the was price is $99 - ie: there is no savings at all.

        Price displays

        What are misleading prices?
        Misleading prices may include:

        • a ‘before’, ‘was’ or ‘strike through’ price that is not the price those items were sold for in a reasonable period immediately before the sale period started

        More than 5 weeks ago is not a reasonable period especially when it was $99 the entire time leading up to this 'sale'.

        TL;DR
        Was $99
        Raised to $119 with a $20 discount
        Net savings = $0

  • +1

    Doing a search on eBay for 'Gesture Sensing Remote RC Stunt' shows that you actually have the highest price of all the eBay sellers.

    e.g This listing for a 42cm car in either blue or red is $97.50 ($85.80 for eBay Plus users)

  • +1

    Kinda sounds like a scam ngl. I found the exact same thing on Aliexpress for under $40.

    Your literally just trynna make us buy overpriced garbage ngl

  • -3

    @TechnoHC please post the link here to buy @$40 😃

    • -1

      Did you noticed the aliexpress AD fine print that says it's half the size 😃 and shipped from China and will arrive next year 😃

  • Posting a deal with a code for a fake discount doesn't make it a bargain, as mentioned above.

    This is Ozbargain not Ozfreeadvertising.

    • -1

      @WatchNerd
      As mentioned above this product was selling at $119, see below screenshot proof including customer feedback

      further it shows proof that the product was on a sale and that sale price is no more available for public and the current ozbargain.com.au member offered discount code is a genuine one

      https://files.ozbargain.com.au/upload/376550/92885/sale_full...

      • i know your trying to grow your business but please just stop, your digging yourself a massive hole. First of all i don't think those people would appreciate you releasing part of their purchase history. Second of all no matter what you say the evidence just stacks against you, this item was previously discounted on the 6th of December for the public as you say, no matter how you word it its still a misleading price, as its been jacked up and now we have to apply a code just to revert it back. you should of made it $98.99 would of helped your case

  • +3

    No one going to comment the sellers eBay name?!

    • Came here looking for feedback on seller's eBay name. Dodgy moves all around; fake discount, trying to win sales by association with this site.

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