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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – and it’s only going to get more that way as we head into December so it’s time to get your Christmas shopping done. Online auction site eBay is offering an additional 20% off purchases from selected eBay stores.

The offer is valid until 23.59 (AEDT) on Monday 30 November 2015 from a number of leading tech related sites on tech goods including Phones, Tablets, Computers, Phone & Tablet accessories, Video Games & Consoles and lots, lots more. The discount is applied at the checkout when you enter the code ‘CXMASTECH‘ into the redemption code box during the checkout process.

The list of participating online stores includes:

  1. Target;
  2. Betta Online;
  3. Bing Lee;
  4. Dell Australia;
  5. Dick Smith;
  6. Ted’s Camera;
  7. The Good Guys;
  8. eStore;
  9. mWave;
  10. Only Online;
  11. Big W;
  12. Grays Online;
  13. Futuregear;
  14. Go Pro; and
  15. Sony.

There’s some Terms & Conditions with the offer of course, and the gist of it is that you can only use the code for a total discount capped at $1,000 per transactions, with a maximum of 5 transactions per person during the offer period – but you can put up to 10 items on per transaction. To see the full list of the T&Cs check the ebay site.

There’s some brilliant discounts on offer such as the Motorola Moto G Gen 3 from The Good Guys (Thanks Jamie), for just $268.80 when you click and collect from a nearby store – or you can get it delivered for just $10. There’s more great deals out there, so make sure you take advantage of the offer before midnight on Monday night.

Source: eBay.
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    whispy_snippet
    whispy_snippet
    4 years ago

    Just got my dad the 2015 Moto G. Absolute steal!

    John Bousattout
    John Bousattout
    4 years ago

    Picked up the Moto G Yesterday as a xmas present.
    Also, got a Fitbit Charge HR.

    About to raid more stores.

    Be careful however, some prices aren’t exactly cheap.

    zeitgeb3r
    zeitgeb3r
    Reply to  John Bousattout
    4 years ago

    I chucked my Fitbit Charge HR into the trash can.

    Fitbit heart rate monitor (HRM) was not very accurate even if positioned slightly above the wrist.

    I’m a serious runner and do 1/2 marathon every Saturday, and 5km every day.

    The most accurate optical HRM I have found that rivals that of the accuracy of a chest strap is the Scosche RHYTHM+ armband that you put high above your arm just below the elbow. I got it from JB for $99. I’ll never go back to HR wristbands or chest straps again.

    John Bousattout
    John Bousattout
    Reply to  zeitgeb3r
    4 years ago

    That’s good to know.
    These are both presents, so i’m happy if they’re happy lol.
    They asked for a fitbit. I got them a fitbit. πŸ˜€

    Level380
    Level380
    Reply to  zeitgeb3r
    4 years ago

    To get a accurate reading on the HR, you have to have the band firm around your wrist. So when I do exercise, I tighten the strap up a bit, and the back it off when I’m done.

    Also what a waste to toss a $150-199 (depending you you brought it) band in the bin!!

    zeitgeb3r
    zeitgeb3r
    Reply to  Level380
    4 years ago

    Hyperbole. My garbage bin is actually Gumtree πŸ™‚
    Maybe I wasn’t using the Fitbit HR correctly.

    At one point I was wearing Fitbit HR, Scosche HR and chest strap bluetooth. Scosche mirrored the statistics of my chest strap, but fitbit was just all over the place. Funnily enough I wasn’t the only one having problems with the accuracy of Fitbit HR. DC Rainmaker had a review of it too and determined that it’s not as accurate has your run of the mill chest strap.

    Level380
    Level380
    Reply to  zeitgeb3r
    4 years ago

    Oh I approve of your ‘bin’ then πŸ˜‰ Yes the HR is all over the place if its lose fitting with lots of ‘gap’ under the HR monitor. You need to do it up tight, and its normally pretty good. Mine is within ~3-5 beats of the gym gear. Like most reviews, I also find the device ‘lags’ in reporting. So if you go from a resting HR, jump up and down it will take a while for the heart rate to come up on the device. It seems to have a lot of averaging in there. Its laggy, but… Read more Β»

    peter__
    peter__
    4 years ago

    Also notice the Kogan one’s only 1GB/8GB; so, no bargain.

    peter__
    peter__
    4 years ago

    Notice Kogan is selling the Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen XT1541 for $249 (vs $270 fro the Good Guys after the 20% discount).

    Unfortunately the XT1541 doesn’t see to support many of Optus’ frequencies πŸ™

    Pumpino
    Pumpino
    4 years ago

    No Kogan this time? That limits the choice of handsets.