+ Saturday August 24th, 2019

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It’s been a while since we’ve seen a deal on Chromecast, but with Netflix entering the Australian market, it’s a great time to grab one.

Harvey Norman will be offering the Chromecast for just $38 from tomorrow, as part of their One Day Sale. The $11 discount from the usual $49 price tag is pretty decent, but there’s an option to save a further $5. Harvey Norman want you to sign up to their newsletter, which will deliver specials and news regularly to your email account and for signing up, they’ll give you a $5 voucher.

The deal has been posted on OzBargain, where the OP has advised that if you want the deal you should probably activate the voucher now, to avoid a rush tomorrow. The code for $5 off is valid for 100 hours apparently so that should see you getting a Chromecast for just $33.

If you haven’t grabbed a Chromecast yet, you should, they’re great and with Netflix, Stan, Quickflix and even Presto now supporting Chromecast, as well as offering a month of free service to try out their service, your video streaming could reach addictive levels by the end of the weekend.

Source: Harvey Norman, OzBargain, and Harvey Norman Newsletter.
Thanks: +Jamie.

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In store only now, so the $5 credit is no good for this. Probably due to the flood of orders just past midnight… https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/187959#comment-2649278

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