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    dp will be working boxing day and im considering going to the sales alone with kids ....maybe im nuts LOL ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    I was just going to browse. I havent been shopping for a year (live on an island, no shops). I need a carseat. I want a coffee machine, a roomba and a new phone.
    id say the crseat wont be any or much cheaper ...its not really the kind of thing that goes in thats kind of sale (thats ive seen anyways )

    what seat are u after ? for ds1 or ds2 ?

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    We went to the ones north before i had DS2 and there wasnt anything on special. I went looking for babies items (bottles, sheets ect) and didnt find anything on special :/

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    yea i think they are a bit hyped up .

    im thinking of going to see if myer has any decent sales on small appliances to get dp a dehydrator coz he wants one .


    but i could wait really

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Need~More~Coffee~Please* View Post
    id say the crseat wont be any or much cheaper ...its not really the kind of thing that goes in thats kind of sale (thats ive seen anyways )

    what seat are u after ? for ds1 or ds2 ?
    I need one anyway, i was hoping i could get it on special but im not worried either way.

    For DS2. I want Isofix, but he has well and truly grown out of his seat so i cant wait. I was thinking a Infasecure Neon or a Maxi Rider AHR easy adjust. I dont know which one to get thinking of another baby, i might get the Neon then get an isofix when it comes out and save the neon for next bub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Need~More~Coffee~Please* View Post
    yea i think they are a bit hyped up .

    im thinking of going to see if myer has any decent sales on small appliances to get dp a dehydrator coz he wants one .


    but i could wait really
    Oh a dehydrator, awesome!!

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    Default Boxing Day Sales?

    I many go to get the cheap wrapping, labels, decorations etc
    I've found going for clothes and shoes it's better to wait until the end of the sales (mid jan) when they have the 75% off marked prices. My sister picked up a $400 dress for $6.50 (not a miss print single digit)

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    Don't bother. They mark everything up, so they be like 25% off and it's the same price as what it'll be in Jan. The stuff that is heavily discounted is the leftover crap that they're trying to get rid of.

    Will get better bargains at normal sales during the year

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    Do the research on what you want now and which stores stock it, then when you check prices during the sales you'll know which are really bargains or not.

    I want an upright freezer and some sheets, have been watching freezer prices for a month or two! I'll probably do my shopping online if possible though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan2bamummy View Post
    I many go to get the cheap wrapping, labels, decorations etc
    I've found going for clothes and shoes it's better to wait until the end of the sales (mid jan) when they have the 75% off marked prices. My sister picked up a $400 dress for $6.50 (not a miss print single digit)

    Score! I want some nice dresses too so might check out Myer


 

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