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His_Holiness posted a deal Miele Blizzard CX1 Cat & Dog $499 @ David Jones (Click & Collect or $10 Delivery)
The Blizzard CX1 Cat & Dog is Miele's first bagless vacuum with innovative Vortex Technology. Innovative Vortex Technology 1100W Hygienic...
If you're prioritising value for money then you can't go past the Holden SSV Redline. Can still find a new or demo for under $60,000.
His_Holiness posted a deal Miele Blizzard CX1 Cat & Dog $584.78 Delivered (Was $730.98) @ eBay Nationwideappliances
BRAND NEW Australian distributed product with: Full Manufacturers Warranty Australian Power Plug @ 240V Like it or Return it 30 Day...
His_Holiness posted a deal Raco Moments 5pc Cookware Set $79.20 @ Kitchen Warehouse [WA & Vic] [in-Store Only]
Kitchen Warehouse has an extra 20% off clearance items until tomorrow. Discount is applied automatically in-store. Picked one up from...
His_Holiness commented on Complete a Youi Car Insurance Quote and Even if You Don't Switch Gain 100 YouiDollars
Youi forces a salesperson to call you to obtain a quote and they're very forceful with their calling. I legitimately wanted a quote 2 years...
His_Holiness commented on Unlimited Buzz Telco NBN - $45/Mth 12mbps, $50/Mth 25mbps, $55/Mth 50mbps, $60/Mth 100mbps (Month-to-Month)
[Do your research before signing up](https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/354496)
His_Holiness commented on Unlimited NBN $19p/M 12mbps, $29p/M 25mbps, $39p/M 50mbps, $59p/M 100mbps @ Buzz Telco Prices for The First Year (No Contract)
Buyer Beware. Check out their [Whirlpool thread](https://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/2633970) and in particular scroll down to around...
His_Holiness posted a deal [WA] Rooftop Movies: Free Double Pass to Matilda on 4/1 and Tulip Fever on 5/1
From an email I received: >A night at Rooftop Movies on us! >Your Friends subscription gets you some sweet treats outside of the FRINGE...
His_Holiness replied to FeZZa21 on 100/40 or 25/5 Mbps 1TB + Unlimited Off Peak NBN Pre-Paid No Contract $69 or $59.50/Month (+ $49 Setup) @ Telecube
Nope, about 200m away
His_Holiness commented on 100/40 or 25/5 Mbps 1TB + Unlimited Off Peak NBN Pre-Paid No Contract $69 or $59.50/Month (+ $49 Setup) @ Telecube
My home signed up to telecube when we got FTTN connected in October. [Speedtest taken at 11.00am AWST...
His_Holiness commented on Blunt XS Metro Umbrella $67.50 or Classic $82.80 at Peter's of Kensington (eBay)
I miss the Woodworm umbrellas. What ever happened to them.
His_Holiness commented on Coles MasterCard | Get 30,000 BONUS POINTS with a Coles Reward Mastercard ($99 Annual Fee)
I only see the '$100 off a single Coles Supermarket shop' reward not the 30000 or even the 20000 bonus points.
His_Holiness replied to aorusozbarg on [PS4] Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition $56.05 Pick up with 5% Code @ JB Hi-Fi
$1.05 cheaper for a 2+ week wait or you can get the game now and play it tonight...
His_Holiness posted a deal [PS4] Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition $56.05 Pick up with 5% Code @ JB Hi-Fi
The Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition has launched today at JB's preorder price of $59 which just so happens to coincide with their 5%...
You don't need to hold all your money in one bank especially with the new fast payment system. I use Macquarie for my transaction account...
His_Holiness commented on PS Plus Games for November: Worms Battlegrounds, Until Dawn:Rush of Blood, Bound + More (Subscription Req'd)
Excellent I've been meaning to try Broken Sword.
That's why I use Carsguide instead. Dealers information isnt hidden.
His_Holiness replied to mike001 on Subscribe to The West Australian Weekend Newspaper (Min 3 Months) & Get a $50 JB Hi-Fi/Bunnings/ BCF/Supercheap Auto Gift Card
It's very conservative, more conservative than any Murdoch paper, and it's gone worse ever since it was bought by Stokes and Channel 7.
His_Holiness commented on Subscribe to The West Australian Weekend Newspaper (Min 3 Months) & Get a $50 JB Hi-Fi/Bunnings/ BCF/Supercheap Auto Gift Card
I don't even bother to read The *Worst* Australian for free at my work's kitchen. Worst newspaper in the country.