Saturday , October 21 2017

Good Deal: Grab a Chromecast for $39 with Click & Collect from Dick Smith for the next hour

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If you’re on the lookout for a good deal on a Chromecast, Dick Smith is running one for the next hour. From now until 4pm you can grab a Chromecast for just $39, using the Promotion Code ‘TENOFF‘ at checkout. Unlike previous sales on the Chromecast through Dick Smith, you can also forget about getting it delivered. Dick Smith have bowed to pressure of customers wanting instant gratification so you can hit the Click and Collect button, select your local store and head on over to pick it up.

The deal is live right now, so if you’ve been holding off picking up a Chromecast, jump on over to the Dick Smith website and grab a bargain.

 
Source: Dick Smith.

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3 Comments on "Good Deal: Grab a Chromecast for $39 with Click & Collect from Dick Smith for the next hour"

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vijay alapati
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vijay alapati

Does this indicate that a new version is coming out soon…..if so i expect a audio out option so i can hoot it to a speaker and listen music without turning on TV and use it for a projector with option of having to hook audio to my home theater 🙂

nicholas
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nicholas

I think you’re thinking of a computer.

vijay alapati
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vijay alapati

All i asked is a headset Jack….. Not a computer

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