JB Hi-Fi is one of those retailers which has sales so frequently that the notion of actually buying in a non-sale period seems quaint. On Saturday and Sunday, the deals include 15 per cent off TVs, 15 per cent off computers (though not tablets, Sony or Apple gear), 15 per cent off cameras, and 20 per cent off Blu-rays, DVDs and CDs. Christmas shopping frenzy ahoy! [JB Hi-Fi]
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