Get cost +5-7.5% with Noel Leeming and n3, Friends and Families Deal

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n3 and Noel Leeming bring you store-wide discounts from Friday 18 May - Sunday 27 May 2018. Get cost* +5% or cost* +7.5% on a wide range of items, exclusions apply*. Print and present this flyer or show it on your device in store. Pricing only available in store

As with previous deals the discounts are usually pretty bad. N3 Membership maybe required.

Terms

Offer begins Friday 18th May and ends Sunday 27th May 2018, and is available at the Noel Leeming store/s listed above, while stocks last. Cost* +5% / 7.5% storewide
excludes IT accessories, PC Software, AV Accessories, & PC Consumables. *Average cost reflects the average price of the product including any administration and handling costs,
and does include any volume related adjustments which may apply. Offer is not available at Lifestyle Appliances, Clearance Centres or online and cannot be used in conjunction
with any deferred and/or interest free credit offer or with any other promotional offer. ^Offer does not apply to any Noel Leeming Gift Card purchases, Tech Solutions or Open
Learning Service Fees, Life Prints Photo Centres product & services, extended warranties, laybys, delivery fees, all Apple hardware (including iPhone), Gaming consoles and bundles,
iTunes cards, mobile phone top up cards, bonus, free or half price items. Standard Fly Buys points apply and consist of 1 Standard Point for every $25 you spend at
Noel Leeming. An additional 2% surcharge applies when purchasing items on a credit card. See in store for details. † Price Promise Terms and Conditions are available online visit
www.noelleeming.co.nz. Print and present this flyer or show it on your smartphone or device in store to be eligible for the discount

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Comments

  • +13 votes

    I used to work at NL, so a few tips - the effectiveness of the cost + x% discounts totally depends on what you buy.
    Electronics like phones, laptops, smartwatches, cameras etc often only have a small margin, so you'll usually only be getting 5-10% off. However accessories are where it's at; phone cases, cables, camera bags, and anything that's not a "primary" product will often be half price OR CHEAPER.
    Also worth noting whiteware is an exception and will usually get a big discount. And extended warranties will sometimes be discounted to as little as $5.

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      So do you need to ask staff for everything you want a price for?

      • +2 votes

        Yes :( Same for n3 card holders. "What is the price of this? Oh, and this?" "Oh, thats high.." "What about this?"

        Waste of time for the employee really.

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      Any idea if there's much of a markup on the Philips Hue globes?

    • +1 vote

      I'm not paying a cent for extended warranties :) Yes I realised you will be saving time by not arguing at the counter if you whip out that extra warranty card, but I'm a real cheaparse and prefer to use the act to get retailers to fix the problem at zero cost. And it works…

      • +1 vote

        The commerce commission should really look into Noel Leeming's dodgy practices… Always trying to start up a storm whenever someone brings up an issue.

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          They have a bad rep but they've improved a lot since they got bought by the Warehouse Group. And if you don't have any luck in store, call the head office.

      • +1 vote

        I wouldn’t consider that being a cheap arse. Just smart

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    I've always wondered if the prices given differ from store to store when they run these promotions.
    They should be the same unless they are picking random numbers out of thin air.