JB Hi-Fi is one of Australia’s most well-known retailers and home to some of the sharpest reviews in the country. While we’ve previously explained how you should always ask for a deal at JB Hi-Fi, these tips from an insider will help you to get the most out of your trip to the black and yellow behemoth whether you’re in the market for video games, a new laptop or a fridge.
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Earlier today we reported on a pretty unbelievable HP laptop deal available at JB Hi-Fi, that was hunted down by a user on OzBargain. Shortly after posting, the laptop deal had been removed and JB Hi-Fi confirmed that the price was posted in error. Those that had ordered the laptop online later found out that JB Hi-Fi would not be honouring the sale. Is this legal?
Last week, Amazon began quietly listing products on its Australian website. The other day, pricing information also began to appear.
While you can't actually buy anything yet, the available listings give a pretty good indication of what Amazon will be charging for PC, camera and audio products. So how do the prices compare to JB Hi-Fi? Let's take a look.
With the news that Amazon will be storming the online-retail-gates of Australia this week, it seems JB Hi-Fi has got on the front foot and unveiled their new speedy delivery options for online customers. These new options will allow items to be delivered same day or, in some circumstances, within three hours.
As Tenacious D once sang: "Look into my eyes and it's easy to see, one and one make two, two and one make three. It was DESTINY". And yes, now we're here, where Destiny has become Destiny 2. Finally! One of the most hotly anticipated titles this year is out!
Right here is where you can find the absolute cheapest copies of Destiny 2 in Australia.
JB Hi-Fi is selling the Soniq S65UV16A 65" UHD Smart LED LCD TV for $999 - which is well over 25 per cent off the ticket price. With an Ultra HD LED Backlit Panel, inbuilt Wi-Fi, smart TV functionality and a native resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, it looks too good to be true for the price - which usually means it is. Let's take a look at the specs.
It's not unusual to find decent discounts on expensive tech gear. In fact, we'd say you're a bit of a chump if you buy anything at its full retail price in Australia. When you do see a good discount, though, don't automatically presume you can't do even better. Instead, follow these six steps to ensure you get the best deal possible.
Christmas 2016 will forever be remembered as the year people went legit bananas for a retro NES console. The thing was a piece of plastic that only played 30 games from the 8-bit era - but nostalgia is a powerful thing. So powerful, that demand completely eclipsed supply, leading to crashed websites, exhausted stock and thousands of empty-handed customers.
For those still on a Zelda-like quest to procure this mythical gizmo, we have some good news: the Nintendo NES Classic Edition is now available in JB Hi-FI stores, Australia wide. Hurrah! Here's the link to buy online.
Judging by the level of interest in our release-date post, a lot of you are keen to get your hands on a copy of Planet Earth II. For a limited time, you can score 20 per cent off the sticker price of the DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD at JB Hi-Fi. Here are the details.
Remember UltraViolet? It was a cloud-based video distribution service championed by JB Hi-Fi, EzyFlix and others. It allowed you to watch digital versions of DVDs and Blu-rays on a range of compatible devices via redeemable download codes. After limping along for five years, JB Hi-Fi has quietly shut down its NOW Video service. Here's what you need to do to if you want to keep watching your movies.
JB Hi-Fi has just knocked $300 off the Soniq U65VX15A 65" Ultra HD LED LCD Smart TV. This brings the total to a very tasty $998. Product highlights include an Ultra HD LED Backlit Panel, built-in Wi-Fi and web browser, USB 3.0 for multimedia playback and a native resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. Let's take a look at the specs.