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Arlo Ultra 4K UHD VMS5240 Wire-Free Security Camera System $879 @ PB Tech ($718 Price Beat at The Market)


Hi folks.

PBTech has their Cyber Monday deals online, and Noel Leeming is price matching (or price beating) on a number of items.
What's more, you can buy these items through TheMarket and use coupons+cashback to get a further 14% off.

I grabbed the Arlo Pro Ultra for $718 + Cashback (it's usually $1100, PBTech Cyber Monday down to $879, Noel Leeming Price beat at $798, further 10% off with TheMarket coupons).

It looks like there are a number of deals this compounding concept can apply to. YMMV.

Good luck, bargain hunters!

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    thanks for sharing, just checking how does Noel Leeming Price beat and the market works? i assume when Noel leeming price beat you get a couple to use on noel leeming website while the market still showing the full price?


      Good question. This isn't a price beat that requires customer service, it's a promotional thing (they call it "price promise"). The pricing simply carries through to the market. Eg: and

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        Thanks, where do you get the 10% off coupon? i can nly see 50 off for 500 spend


        I am sorry but did not understand how a price promise works? is it automatically or we have do via the website or it just a chance for the Arlo ultra 4k.
        When I see the Arlo pro 3 I can not see noel Leeming/the market price beat it with 10%..


          I would like to know this as well regarding how the piece promise works via the market. Thanks in advance.


            @OBH: It's simply a case of Noel Leeming choosing to beat PBTechs prices on some products. There's no trick to it. To get the extra 10% off at the market you have to spend $1000 and use the Christmas100 code.

            For some reason, the 4-camera set of Arlo pro 3 didn't get the deal, but the 2 & 3 pack did.
            Arlo Ultra got the biggest discount % making it an easy decision.


              @MrSomeone: Ah ok, thanks for clarifying.

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    Had a really bad experience with Arlo not recording when it really needed to for a court case.
    And because of a firmware upgrade of all things :|
    Understand that’s probably not a common experience and ymmv but between that, no liability and expensive plans you get locked into I’d rather get something on premise.