Pop into the Samsung Pop Up Shop for a chance to get a Galaxy SII for $2.00

Samsung and Vodafone today have launched a Pop Up Shop in Sydney that will offer customers hands on play with their Galaxy range of devices as well as the ability to sign up for a plan that will suit you.

Samsung are also providing free coffee at this location with a dedicated barista between 10:30AM-2:30PM… but the sweetest part of this story is that everyday the 1st 10 Samsung Galaxy SII’s will be sold for $2.00, that’s right just two bucks.

Excerpt from Terms & Conditions:

To be eligible, individuals must be one of the first ten (10) customers to line up
at the designated position, marked by a sign, at the front of the Samsung
GALAXY S II Pop Up Shop located at 379-381 George Street, Sydney, NSW
2000 (“Pop Up Shop”) on each day of the Promotional Period (“Eligible
Customer”).

Other than some more mumbo jumbo in the terms & conditions, it’s all pretty straight forward.

So if you’re in Sydney, you better rush on down and see what you can do to pick up a $2.00 Samsung Galaxy SII

Address:

379-381 George Street, Sydney
Open every day from:
MONDAY 10 OCTOBER to FRIDAY 14 OCTOBER

Opening hours:

Monday 10th October: 8.00 am – 8.00pm
Tuesday 11th October: 8.00 am – 8.00pm
Wednesday 12th October: 8.00 am – 8.00pm
Thursday 13th October: 8.00 am – 9.00pm
Friday 14th October: 8.00 am – 8.00pm

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  • Milty C

    One question. Do you have to sign up with vodafone or can you BYO your own plan to be elegible for the $2 phone ?

    • Andie T

      According the to Terms and Conditions, it says the promotion is the headset only. So its pretty much unlocked.

      • Dhaz2010

        Yep there’s queue – was there yesterday from 5PM in the afternoon.
        Not worth my time to wait for 12+ hours in a queue, the phone can be had for a little under $500 anyway.

        Great marketing ploy by Samsung though :) The shop is literally 2 – 3 doors down from the Apple store.
        Good for Android in general.

  • Smiles

    Damn it, I want one, but live in Melbourne. Wonder if they will do anything here.

  • http://profiles.google.com/wjbeckett William Beckett

    anyone wanna try to pick one up for me? I’ll pay for the postage. :-)

  • Milty C

    I wouldnt bother.

     I think the first person to arrive will rock up there with 9 mates and then from tomorrow on wards you will have waiting for hours. 

    • http://profiles.google.com/ex65vertigo Sean Kavanagh

      So if you value your time at about $100 per hour then even reading a book for 8 hours in line is pretty easy money….

    • Anonymous

      i agree.

      or what’s to stop one person lining up, and then in the last hour before opening sneaking a couple of mates in to the line (apart from a few very angry people behind them)

  • http://buzz.id.au Buzz Moody

    *snide remark about Sydney*

  • Danny!

    Bad news guys, I got there a few mins past midnight and there’s allready 31 people in line (yes they are going to stay in line for 3 days!!!). Such dissapointment :(. Atleast on the way back we got over the dissappointment with some maccas and looking forward to the nexus prime. I think we’ll live with our sgs and nexus s

    • http://twitter.com/riocentuara Jay

      Same thing here @ Danny
      I’ve went with my friend there were people sleeping and reading :(
      disappointed 

  • http://twitter.com/JM77 Jason Murray

    LOL, it’s doors down from the Apple shop!

  • Rusty-gin

    I’m in the Queue now. Getting mine tomorrow morning. i think that there are still some spots left.

  • Rusty-gin

    when you come you have to write your name down on a list. that way people can’t sneak through

  • Dokken73

    Coule you sens me one in France ? Ah ah ah ! Thanks

  • Dokken1973

    Could you send me 1 in France ? Ah ah ah ! Damned iPhone of “merde” it corrects thé good word with wrong