Sunday , October 22 2017

Good Deal: Grab a Chromecast for just $38 from Harvey Norman

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Still haven’t grabbed a Chromecast yet? Waiting for just the right price? Harvey Norman are currently holding a one-day ‘Cheap Thursday’ sale and offering the dongle for just $38.

The offer is available to people wanting to pick one up in-store, but if you don’t have a Harvey Norman store in your area, they are offering delivery as well. Delivery charges may vary based on your location, but $5.95 is what we’re being quoted to get one delivered as far afield as Alice Springs, with delivery expected within 3-5 Business days.

It’s a pretty good deal, so head on over to the Harvey Norman website to check it out and arrange an in-store pickup or delivery.

 
Source: Harvey Norman.
Thanks: Anthrox.

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Brian Chambers
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Brian Chambers

Or pick one up from Big W for the same price any time in the next week

OzPup
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OzPup

I hate chromecast, last night internet was down so thought i’d plex/cast movie. Nope, no-can-do without internet available to the chromecast. Stupid topology, and I’m sure the nexus player isn’t going to be different.

Avon Perera
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Avon Perera

All these Chromecast deals… makes me wonder if a Nexus Player launch in Australia is eminent…

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