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Not so long ago, being able to click a button and have the goods of your choice delivered to your front door in a day (or less) would have seemed like some kind of black magic - but as convenient as online shopping is, it does come with its own set of frustrations and problems. Here's how to fix the most common ones.

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eBay has confirmed it will not be renewing its contract with the online payments system PayPal. The online marketplace will stop using PayPal as its back-end services provider which means it will soon be more difficult to buy products on eBay with your PayPal account. Here's what you need to know.

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The smartest way to do your Christmas shopping is to order everything online; especially if you despise crowds. The only downside are those damn delivery fees.

Fortunately, it's possible to avoid shipping costs entirely by choosing the right retailers and employing this simple hack.

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If you’re the kind of person that hates crowds (me), shopping (me) and can’t deal with Christmas carols all day long (me) – then online is the way to get your Christmas shopping done. The only caveat is making sure your deliveries arrive on time. Here are those all-important dates for JB Hi-Fi, Amazon Australia, Big W, Kmart and more.

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The online shoppers of Australia have perused Amazon's offerings. And they have found them wanting. With very few exceptions, the deals on TVs, laptops and other gadgets have been hugely underwhelming. The cake was a lie.

If you're looking to pick up some Blu-rays or video games for Christmas though, Amazon is well worth a look. In fact, it has some of the cheapest prices in Australia. Here are a few stocking-stuffers for your consideration.

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After all that fuss, Amazon Australia is finally live and we've picked out some of the best gaming deals on the site. The belle of the ball is the Nintendo Switch for only $399. Here are links to the best video game bargains.

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Since it was revealed in August that Amazon would launch in Australia, the retail industry has been thrown into turmoil as speculation grows about the impact the tech giant will have on the local market. The views range from Amazon having a seismic hit on Australian retailing, to the polar opposite.

And despite warnings from industry experts to prepare in advance, some prominent online retailers remain nonchalant.

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The Megalodon shark popularly known as Amazon is circling Australian retailers - and they've got nowhere to hide. The online shop's imminent launch in Australia is going to have a significant impact on local retail - and some will be bitten worse than others. Here are the businesses that are set to lose the most, according to the latest analysis from UBS.