There are some familiar faces on this week’s list of hottest deals, with last week’s champion snatching top spot once again. It’s a pretty eclectic mix with interesting deals that don’t come a round very often. So sit up and take notice as we countdown the five best picks of the week.
We kick off this week’s list at Coles where you can get the $30 Vodafone Prepaid Cap Starter Kit for $9. That’s more than 50% off the usual $30 price tag. This promotion starts on Wednesday 5th August and is available online and in-store.
There is a big bag sale going on at Tony Bianco and thanks to a promo code, you can get an additional 20% off the listed prices. According to the post, you are looking at savings of over $100 per item on selected pieces!
This Jazz Black leather clutch is just $73.95 shipped from Tony Bianco, but if you were to buy the same item from The Iconic you would end up paying $179.95. Do check out the comments section of the post as there are a number of other hot picks with huge savings.
Another perennial favourite on Buckscoop is the Bonds sale, so it’s no surprise that it is making the hot list two weeks in a row. There are a number of good buys, with the stand out item being these Bonds guy front trunks going at $10 a pop (shipping included).
The second place deal is one of those interesting picks that don’t come around very often – well at this price anyway. We’re talking solid savings on an everyday item. Eneloop rechargeable batteries are on sale at the Dick Smith’s eBay store. You can get a 4 pack of AAA rechargeable batteries for $9.99 with free shipping (the lowest price we’ve ever seen these at). With most other stores charging well over 50% more, this is a offer that’s pretty hard to beat. So get on it before stock runs out.
The pick of the week is the clearance sale happening over at Kathmandu where prices have been slashed by up to 70%. Last week was slightly better as there was a promo code for free shipping which has since expired, so you will be paying $10 for delivery. However, with the significant price cuts, there are still great deals worth scooping up – with many items priced at $10 and under.
Do check out the post for some tips on navigating the sale and getting the best deals. There is also a blog post with the full details on the best buys.