Tuesday , October 24 2017

Kogan begins taking orders for the Nexus 9 asking less than the Google Play pricing – ships in 1-2 weeks

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Unlike the elusive Nexus 6, the Nexus 9 is now shipping and available to purchase from Google Play. If you’re willing to wait though, you could save yourself a couple of dollars by purchasing from Kogan, who have now listed the Nexus 9 on their website for slightly less than the Google Play pricing.

There’s no sign of the LTE model, nor the ‘Sand’ coloured model, but the Black and White models are available in 16GB and 32GB storage options. You’ll still have to pay delivery on top of the pricing, but it’s still a pretty good buy, with the 16GB model selling at $469 – $10 less than on Google Play – and the 32GB model selling for $549 – $40 less than on Google Play.

Delivery Australia wide from Google Play is $19.99, however you’ll find delivery pricing from Kogan a little more variable. Delivery out to more remote areas of Australia such as Alice Springs will add $35 to your price, while closer to home in Canberra it’s a mere $23.

If you’re in the market for a Nexus 9 and can stand to wait a little while, then head across to Kogan to check them out.

 
Source: 16GB Black, 32GB Black, 16GB White, and 32GB White.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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