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  • Quikshop: 10% discount code PLUS FREE SHIPPING, PLUS 7.2% cashback!!!
    10% OFF
    Online

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    • nod21/01/2008
      Swoop in with a hot vote there!!!!! :w00t:

      Very nice Brad :)
    • leny21/01/2008
      This is a great one. I'll have to have a look. :D Cheers
    • nod21/01/2008
      They can sometimes have some good prices on their phones too so I might be heading off for a lookie I think :)
    • scatman0021/01/2008
      I will be shocked if this code is still working tomorrow ;)
    • nod21/01/2008
      :D

      Well then we better get in nice and quick then :D
    • leny21/01/2008
      That's true. :D I like some of their cameras. :thumbsup:
    • stonedewok22/01/2008
      Hi there,

      has anyone bought from these guys before?

      their prices look nice but i'm always wary about online-only stores...

      cheers,
      matt.
    • nod22/01/2008
      Hey [B]Stonedwok[/B]


      [COLOR="Red"][B]Welcome to Buckscoop :flowers:[/B][/COLOR]

      I have not purchased from them before sorry. The good thing about these guys is that they do clearly state that they provide an Australian Warranty which gives a bit of piece of mind
    • nod22/01/2008
      Love your username by the way :D
    • elcheapo22/01/2008
      This site is quite dodgy :w00t: :w00t:

      $1099.99 for wii game !!

      http://www.quikshop.com.au/puzzle-quest-p-22137.html

      woot!!
    • nod22/01/2008
      ooopsss
      I think they may have made a mistake there :D

      $65 at Games Warehouse :eek:
    • nod22/01/2008
      [COLOR="Blue"][B]Welcome to Buckscoop[/B][/COLOR] BTW Elcheapo

      An excellent username for a deal forum I must say :D
    • stonedewok22/01/2008
      lol thanks mate, i've had it since high school and it's never died.

      i've only really discovered buckscoop recently and it looks the goods!
      nice work!

      on a tangent... have any mac users had issues with tracking via buckscoop? i'm just worried in regards to cookies, browser settings etc. as most things these days are geared towards IE / PC users.
    • nod22/01/2008
      There really should not be any problems with regards to working with a Mac
      Admin staff on here use them with no problems :D

      A bigger issue is the security settings you have
      But it would be interesting to hear from Mac users -- if there is an issue we certainly would love to know about it
    • nod22/01/2008
      i've only really discovered buckscoop recently and it looks the goods!


      Forgot to say thanks :flowers:
    • Brad22/01/2008
      stonedewok
      Hi there,

      has anyone bought from these guys before?

      their prices look nice but i'm always wary about online-only stores...

      cheers,
      matt.


      Hey stonedewok and a warm welcome to Buckscoop from me too.

      I have ordered twice from them - a total of about $100.
      Everything came intact and well - :D
    • scatman0022/01/2008
      Yep and I've ordered from them before no probs, purchase of just under $300.

      And intend to get a wii for $310 :D
    • joelwilliam23/01/2008
      i get coupon code no longer valid, i got the same error earlier today as well, has anyone used this code and got it to work?

      Thanks
    • admin23/01/2008
      :) - scatmans comments must have come true I'd suspect joelwilliam but someone here should be able to tell you in a bit.
    • scatman0023/01/2008
      :p I was right

      The coupon code you have entered is no longer valid.
    • Brad23/01/2008
      Have also just tried, and it's as dead as a dodo.

      Back to the 3% discount it seems. :(

      Have marked expired.
    • scatman0030/01/2008
      so, my second order with quikshop, and the second time the item has gone up in price shortly after my purchase :)

      At least it's great that they are honoring the transaction.
    • admin30/01/2008
      Did you pick up the $310 wii scatty ?

      Love the signature btw :)
    • scatman0030/01/2008
      yep got the wii, all confirmed just awaiting them to get stock. As usual nintendo have missed their expected arrival dates.
    • admin30/01/2008
      I dont keep up with it much but someone said they'd had massive problems getting stock to meet the demand pretty much everywhere.

    You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private. :)


  • Quikshop 3% discount code
    3% OFF
    Online

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    • jayne28/07/2007
      That is so odd. I was just searching for that code and you posted it!

      EDIT - also was on retailmenot!!
    • admin28/07/2007
      :D - good stuff voteoften. Its great to hear when people have used the deals going through here.

      The camera / flight deal did work out to a cheap flight.
    • Wally30/07/2007
      Can someone point out where to find the details of the free flight promo

      Edit
      Found it:
      http://www.buckscoop.com.au/deals/6740/a-gimme-domestic-flight-with-purchase
    • MillerJ30/07/2007
      VoteOften, that's an absolutely fantastic price for the Panasonic FX-12. Well done.

      Let us know about the contents of the box (genuine camera, all orginal accessories supplied + Oz warranty.), Invoice provided? Was the free flight claim successful?

      Quikshop have some good customer testimonials, so they look like a good company to deal with.

      But they must have some great purchasing power to be able to offer that off $290 for the Panasonic FX-12.

      They would have to be getting the camera close to $200 Ex GST from their supplier to be making any money.

      Keep us posted.

      Cheers

      Josh
    • nod30/07/2007
      Hey guys, just so that you are aware, I can not guarantee that you will receive the cashback when using this code
      :)
    • shari9130/07/2007
      nod
      Hey guys, just so that you are aware, I can not guarantee that you will receive the cashback when using this code
      :)


      So maybe I'm better off just using the Buckscoop cashback offer on its own?

      I'm such a sucker for a free flight and I've been in the market for a camera for awhile but in my past experiences when trying to claim flights - mind you this was in the US, not here - it's always turned into a bit of an admin nightmare. Not saying that will be the case with this deal of course but I've always had trouble booking seats on the discount airlines with free tickets due to A. the number of people already using the airline due to their low prices and B. the number of people who accepted the free flight offer trying to book before the expiry date.

      Can someone please post if they get the opportunity to book before September? :D
    • nod30/07/2007
      So maybe I'm better off just using the Buckscoop cashback offer on its own?


      I think so too.... I am not 100% sure re the cashback but I think it is best that you don't rely on it and yes. 5.6% is much better than 3%

      :)
    • enthusiast30/07/2007
      That's a good price!

      I'd also take the advice at http://www.buckscoop.com.au/forums/showpost.php?p=8691&postcount=3 and just call and double check you can get the flight with that particular online shop.
    • voteoften02/08/2007
      Okay, camera was received today. It came via UPS. The website said it would come via registered mail. Having it come UPS is a pain as you have to be there to sign for it or have them dump it off. With regisitered mail, they leave a card and you wander up to your post office at your convenience and retrieve it. It is here now though. The invoice says Hong Kong and is in HK$. I am wondering whether it will be accepted. I thought I was buying from Australia - due to regisietered mail and the .com.au address.


      THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS STATE FROM AN AUSTRALIAN RETAIL OUTLET.

      I may be out of luck - but there are other options. Let me explore them.. In the emantime, I would beware of buying from Quikshop for this offer.
    • nod02/08/2007
      Ah ok. Thanks for letting us know Voteoften.
      Shame that merchants can not be honest about these things.
      Can you let us know what the warranty is like?

      Good luck re the flight :)
    • nod02/08/2007
      I think the challenge now will be to find a cheap Lumix camera that still allows you to get the offer
      Any ideas anyone?
      Might be worth talking to Panasonic before you purchase
    • admin02/08/2007
      voteoften - Quickshop is a registered Australian entity.

      [CENTER] Webnet Pty Ltd trading as Quikshop Australia[/CENTER]
      [CENTER]ABN:85 122 486 775 | ACN:122 486 775[/CENTER]

      I'm assuming that the invoice you have has been issued by Quickshop and states the webnet ABN and company number on it - if not then technically they're breaching companies regulation but that would just be another useful angle.

      The terms and conditions of the offer from Panasonic simply state that you must...

      "Purchase your Camera in any retail outlet in Australia between 1st July 2007 and 30th September 2007."

      Legally you have met this. Where they ship the unit from is irrelevant. Take a screen capture of the Quickshop listing to show that the item is listed in AUD. I'd make my the claim if it was me. Just photocopy everything you send in and keep a logbook of all your contact showing time, date and conversation. I'd also send anything registered mail - that way you have a signature showing receipt.

      If you dont want to go down the path of assuming that they will honour the offer then the following bits might be useful to you.....

      Just remember that the terms of the offer state that you must file you claim within 24 days of purchase. So what you might want to do is file with what you have now so that its on record and you can come back to it and dont miss out on your flight.

      On the invoice - contact them and say you need a valid invoice in AUD showing purchase price, I was going to say GST but I'm assuming that because they shipped out of HK the purchase price wont have included GST.

      Alternatively you've probably already read this but the big R....
      [B][COLOR=black]Returns[/COLOR][/B]

      [COLOR=#0000ff]Please choose carefully as we do not give refunds simply because you changed your mind or make a wrong decision. If a refund is given due to customer change of mind, a 10% restocking fee will apply. The descision to refund in this instance is at Quikshop Australia’s discretion.
      [/COLOR]
      [COLOR=#0000ff]You can choose between a refund, exchange or credit where goods are faulty, wrongly described, different from a sample shown to you or don’t do what they are supposed to do, however, if an item is faulty, we reserve the right to replace the unit or have it repaired at our discretion.[/COLOR]


      I'm assuming you paid by CC. If your going down the R path you could contact the credit card co straight away and ask for a chargeback on the basis that the goods arent as described. Because Quickshop is a registered Aust entity their trading activities come under the consumer protection and trade practices acts - I havent read either in a while (probably should though) but one of the fundamental tenants in both is that goods must be accurately described. Its going out on a limb a bit to argue that at no point in the transaction did they make you aware that it was not a transaction in AUD and therefore the goods arent as described but you could start a return claim with quickshop in the knowledge that you actually just want to end up at the point where you have an invoice in AUD - so if you start on the basis that you are returning the item you can 'compromise' and end up with what you really actually wanted - the AUD invoice. Its just a thought to start off on this path - a request for an invoice in AUD can be ignored - a returned item cant.
    • MillerJ02/08/2007
      Hi VoteOften, glad you received your camera today. In regards to claiming the free flight, before you send the documentation off to Panasonic, I would contact (1300 737 003 or flights@yourreward.com.au) Leapfrog Promotions and ask them about the probability of your claim being approved with a camera that was sent (sourced?) from Hong Kong. If the answer is ‘slim to none’, it may be worth asking Quikshop for a refund as the main reason (?) why you purchased the Panasonic camera was a) to receive the free flight b) you were lead to believe you would receive an Australian camera.

      I’ve had a quick look on the quikshop website and they do state under their FAQs that they do import some of their products from overseas but generally products unavailable in this country. It could be argued that this information is a little bit misleading as Panasonic cameras are readily available in Oz (through authorized Australian distributors and retailers).

      Yes, Quikshop is a registered Australian Business operating in Australia and they do have an Australian domain name. Unfortunately, even if an online retailer has all of the above, it doesn’t necessarily mean you will be receiving goods from Australia, yet alone sourced through authorised distribution channels.

      What does everyone think of having a ‘rate an online retailer’ function/score on Buckscoop? It would definitely help with the ‘buy and pray I get an authentic/Australian’ camera etc from an online retailer.
    • admin02/08/2007
      MillerJ;10855
      Hi VoteOften, glad you received your camera today. In regards to claiming the free flight, before you send the documentation off to Panasonic, I would contact (1300 737 003 or [EMAIL="flights@yourreward.com.au"]flights@yourreward.com.au[/EMAIL]) Leapfrog Promotions


      Ta MillerJ - I'd forgotten about the ring in number.

      MillerJ;10855

      and ask them about the probability of your claim being approved with a camera that was sent (sourced?) from Hong Kong.


      but without giving them any of your details .... I dont think 'without prejudice' is a well known concept in retail promotions. :D

      MillerJ;10855

      If the answer is ‘slim to none’, it may be worth asking Quikshop for a refund as the main reason (?) why you purchased the Panasonic camera was a) to receive the free flight b) you were lead to believe you would receive an Australian camera.


      I seriously doubt option a) would fly. I dont get the impression from the quickshop site that customer service comes at the forefront of their business and returns are taken without question (but I could be totally wrong).
      b) comes back to that misleading description angle. Problem there is I'd take steps to try and rescind the agreement and recoup your payment first - its not a nice way to have to deal with someone but in my experience going down the polite path leads to a world of annoyance and delay. Better to have some leverage with them before you begin the negotiations.


      Unfortunately, even if an online retailer has all of the above, it doesn’t necessarily mean you will be receiving goods from Australia, yet alone sourced through authorised distribution channels.


      But why is that such an issue. Why should adherence to parallel importation and distribution agreements be the concern of the consumer. Sure they would offer nice protection and a uniform price but nice protection is still only as good as the retailer's customer service ethos and a uniform price has bugger all to do with consumer benefit. Maybe if every authorised distributor/retailer operating in Australia were nice ethical guys who beleived in customer service and a level playing field carte blanche branding 'foreign' as bad would apply. But truth is they're not.

      None of my little soapbox rant is aimed at you MillerJ - its just my thoughts on the world. Me personally, I dont really care what I pay for something, provided I get good customer service and unfortunately thats an exceedingly rare thing which bugs me.


      What does everyone think of having a ‘rate an online retailer’ function/score on Buckscoop? It would definitely help with the ‘buy and pray I get an authentic/Australian’ camera etc from an online retailer.


      I quite like this idea :D but I dont make the decisions around here....I'm only admin by title. The only concern I'd have would be abuse - ie some nobber with a grudge using it to try and black mark a retailer they dont like --- even inter retailer spoiling. But otherwise I like it.

      And thanks for the helpful and constructive post ..
    • nod02/08/2007
      I think the rating on merchants is a great idea but I do agree with Admin that there is potential for problems
      We are looking into something for the future though
      For now, we do encourage users to give constructive feed back on the service they receive from any merchant. But I do stress constructive!
      It would be great for people to be able to share their consumer experience and force merchants to lift their game when the customer service does not impress.
    • MillerJ02/08/2007
      And thanks for the helpful and constructive post..

      You’re welcome

      None of my little soapbox rant is aimed at you MillerJ


      No offence taken …. It was a good constructive response

      The terms and conditions of the offer from Panasonic simply state that you must...

      "Purchase your Camera in any retail outlet in Australia between 1st July 2007 and 30th September 2007."

      Legally you have met this. Where they ship the unit from is irrelevant.

      Yes, you only have to purchase the qualifying cameras from any retail outlet in Australia between those dates. Also, you have to send in a barcode from the box. If the barcode on the box is false (I.E. insufficient numbers, wrong sequence, etc), would you still be able to successfully claim the free flight?

      Before you cut the barcode from the box, I would contact Panasonic and ask them ‘I just purchased a camera and it was sourced from overseas, does this still qualify for the free flight?’

      As an online retailer may not accept a product return if the barcode has been cut out the retail box, you still have the option to return it and receive a refund.

      Being an owner of an online electronics (cameras, computers, etc) retailer myself, I would have to disagree with you about its irrelevant where it’s been shipped/sourced from.

      Generally, if it’s sourced from the ‘grey market’/overseas market it may not come with an Australian power supply, English manuals (if any manuals at all), and the warranty is invalid/not provided, etc.

      From a consumer perspective, it really depends on how much ‘peace of mind’ you need/want. You can knowingly purchase a bargain camera sourced from overseas, and be prepared to folk out the money if it breaks down as it didn’t come with a warranty. Personally, over the years I’ve only purchased a couple of electronic goods online and haven’t had any dramas. Although, a notebook I purchased through ebay arrived with a foreign power adapter but after an email to the seller, a power adapter was sent a day or two later.


      If you purchase from online retailers who source from authorised Australian distributors/wholesalers, you get the same retail box as you would if you walked into a Harvey Normans, RetraVisions, Teds Camera Store, etc. In the unlikely event the camera does break down, it can be repaired under warranty at your local authorised repair centre/shop.

      Online retailers can offer cheaper prices than the marked prices in Harvey Normans, RetraVisions, Good Guys, ClivePeters, OfficeWorks, etc, but very few pure play online retailers (to my knowledge) have the buying power to offer significantly cheaper price than the best haggled price you can get in a brick n mortar store.

      If the price is too good to be true, it probably is.

      The above is just my professional and personal opinion, and I’m not singularly out any particular online retailer.
    • nod04/08/2007
      Thanks for the info Josh

      I do agree that as a consumer you need to be informed. You need to know if the item will be covered by an Oz warranty and if you need to return it then you can do so with out a huge amount of hassle. I also think that it is the responsibility of the merchant to be more honest about their sales.
      I think that before you confirm an order you need to informed re the warranty and where the item will be shipped from. It is not good enough to have a vague warning on the site somewhere obscure and then when the item arrives you find that it is sourced in HK and the warranty is a bit dodge.
      Purchases should be about value not just cheap. If you are paying a very small price for something then there very well maybe a catch.
      Consumers need to do their homework, I think that is essential. BUT merchants need to start being 100% honest with their customers and allowing them to make an informed choice
      And I do not think this is happening ie transparency when you make an online purhcase
    • MillerJ15/08/2007
      Hi everybody

      There has been a price drop in the RRP for the Panasonic Cameras. The new recommend retail prices are:

      Panasonic FX-12 = $399
      Panasonic FX-30 = $499
      Panasonic TZ2 = $549
      Panasonic TZ3 = $649

      These prices are on the Panasonic Australia website.

      Remember Buy 'n' Fly promotion ends in about 6 weeks (the end of September)

      VoteOften, how did your claim for the free flight go?

      Hope all was resolved in the end.
    • MamaK15/08/2007
      thanks- I've been wanting to upgrade my camera ( i have a panasonic lumix now but its a 4mp)

      out of the 2 cheaper ones which do you think would be better? they seem very similar to me
    • nod15/08/2007
      Thanks for letting us know Josh - I guess hopefully that means some cheaper prices filtering down for us :)

      MamaK I am not 100% sure but here are the bsaic specs for both:
      Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX12 7.2MP BLACK DIGITAL CAMERA O.I.S. 3x Optical Zoom 2.5" LCD SCREEN 1 YEAR WARRANTY

      * Simple Mode Means EasyShooting for Everyone
      * Up to 370 Shots Between Battery Charges
      * LEICA DC VARIO-ELMARIT Lenswith 3x Optical Zoom and F2.8 Brightness
      * Use any of 20 scene modes for easy shooting
      * VENUS ENGINE III
      * MEGA O.I.S.
      * INTELLIGENT ISO CONTROL
      * LEICA DC LENS



      Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX30 SILVER DIGITAL CAMERA 7.2MP O.I.S. 3.6x Optical Zoom 1 YEAR WARRANTY

      * 3.6x Optical Zoom
      * 7.2 Megapixel image sensor
      * Venus III image processing engine
      * Intelligent ISO Control
      * Wide-angle 28mm Leica DC Vario-Elmarit Lens
      * Mega O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabiliser)
      * 27MB Built-in-memory
    • jayne15/08/2007
      I don't know that much about digital cameras, but they seem very similar in spec. Perhaps the second one would be slightly better with the teeny weeny bit higher optical zoom?
    • MillerJ24/08/2007
      Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX12 7.2MP BLACK DIGITAL CAMERA O.I.S. 3x Optical Zoom 2.5" LCD SCREEN 1 YEAR WARRANTY

      * Simple Mode Means EasyShooting for Everyone
      * Up to 370 Shots Between Battery Charges
      * LEICA DC VARIO-ELMARIT Lenswith 3x Optical Zoom and F2.8 Brightness
      * Use any of 20 scene modes for easy shooting
      * VENUS ENGINE III
      * MEGA O.I.S.
      * INTELLIGENT ISO CONTROL
      * LEICA DC LENS





      Quote:
      Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX30 SILVER DIGITAL CAMERA 7.2MP O.I.S. 3.6x Optical Zoom 1 YEAR WARRANTY

      * 3.6x Optical Zoom
      * 7.2 Megapixel image sensor
      * Venus III image processing engine
      * Intelligent ISO Control
      * Wide-angle 28mm Leica DC Vario-Elmarit Lens
      * Mega O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabiliser)
      * 27MB Built-in-memory


      Hi MamaK

      Yes, the Panasonic FX-12 & FX-30 are very similar.

      The FX-30 has slightly better specs: with the wide angle lens and the little bit extra optical zoom.

      Also, there should be a 'wave''of new release cameras from the Panasonic, Olympus, Sony, etc. of the world in the next 4-8 weeks.

      The Word on the street is Olympus will be releasing the new models (in Oz) some time in October 2007. As with any new release cameras, expect to pay 'top dollar' for them. I would expect other brands would be released about the same time.

      So if you want the latest and best technology, it may be worth waiting for a bit.
    • nod24/08/2007
      Hey Josh
      Thanks for letting us know :)
      So I guess in 6-12 months time we can start tracking down some good deals :D
    • voteoften29/08/2007
      here is an update on my foreign purchase -

      I got my free flight!!!!!!


      WOOOOOO HOOOOOO

      I had just about given up. I paid $290 from a online r4etailer that I thought was located in OZ. I then found out that the camnera was shipped from overseas and might not qualify.

      I got my free flight on this $290 camera I guess that is the bottom line.

      Thank you buckscoop!
    • voteoften29/08/2007
      Just a note to let people know about the time frame that I expereinced with this camera -

      I sent my claim in on the 2nd or 3rd of august ia express mail. I received my flight docket on 29August. You are looking at about a 4 week turnaround. More or less. Who knows - maybe mine took longer because they needed to get an opinion on it.

      I didn't "need" another camera, so I am pretty relieved I got the flight!
    • diider29/08/2007
      so does that mean that we can get our flights even it's not from an australian retailer(online that is).....

      Could people who had got the free flights please post where you got the cameras from?

      :D:D

      thanks:D
    • ScarletRubies29/08/2007
      Well done, Voteoften.... I was tempted by the deal but decided to skip it. Are you happy with the camera?
    • nod29/08/2007
      Congrats Voteoften... I guess Admin was right :)
      Great to hear that it all had a happy ending
    • MamaK29/08/2007
      Thanks for the update- did you end up getting your cashback too? nice deal! I'm still waiting to my tax to come back before I can do anything
    • admin29/08/2007
      good stuff voteoften - that was a good bargain provided you got the flights.
    • MillerJ29/08/2007
      Congrats VoteOften. Glad you received your free flight :) Where are you jetting off to?

      Dón't forget to enter into lumix sharp shots competition for your chance to win two (that's 2!) round the world fares flying business class plus 5 grand spending money. More info at [url]www.lumix.com.au[/url]
    • voteoften29/08/2007
      Thank you everyone for your kind words.

      Am I happy with the camera? I have just now opened the box and am going to charge the batteries, etc. I spoke to a guy at Harvey Noman when I was picking up a tripod. (This was a couple of days after I sent the form in. ) He said they were a very nice camera. He appeared to know a lot about cameras and takes the photos that they display around the department - aquarium pix, etc. He knew I was not interested in buying from him as I had explained the situation. We shall see if I like it.

      I think I will go to Adelaide, seeing as how that is the only place I can go from Perth. I will try to go in December - yes I know it is hopeful but I consider myself to be a very lucky person.

      One thing that I am sure was on the redemption form, but that I do not recall, is that there is a $30 booking fee and you have to pay that straight away, before you even book. I am just happy to have my deal. I will send in my form tomorrow and hopefully get a booking in the 3 weeks they say will take them to get back to you. If it happens and I am happy with the service before the promo ends, I might consider buying another camera. You can get a flight for each of the models listed in the promo - I think. I would probably stick with a true oz company this time though.

      Thanks again.
    • nod29/08/2007
      Thanks MillerJ for the tip re the comp :)

      I hope the camera lives up to your expectations Voteoften. WHat would you do with the second camera?
    • admin30/08/2007
      Hows that for a bit of a Myer rip off. They've got the Lumix DMC TZ2 out in the latest catalogue for $579 .... the price elsewhere is in the range of $430 from camerafarm to $470 at alamaison as an average, and up to $500 at camera warehouse but jeeze $579 is a bit rich..

      think I'll be closing the catalogue now :)

      the lumix DMC TZ2 is another camera thats eligible for the flights under this offer.
    • MillerJ30/08/2007
      Adelaide


      Excellent choice for your free flight destination :)

      I think I will go to Adelaide, seeing as how that is the only place I can go from Perth


      LOL... I imagine you had several sleepless nights trying to choose from an abundant number of possible Lumix free flight destinations available to you since you’re departing from Perth. ;)

      WHat would you do with the second camera?


      You can never own enough digital cameras. ;)

      But seriously,

      If you purchased the second Panasonic camera that qualifies for the free flight, which model/s are you considering? Would both cameras be for your personal use or would the other new Panasonic camera be for a family/friend/spouse etc…?

      Although, receiving two free flights for the purchase of two Panasonic cameras is absolutely fantastic, the benefits of having two cameras (brand new) exactly the same or very similar (i.e. owning the FX-12 and FX-30 OR TZ2 and TZ3) would be minimum. (in my opinion).

      Personally, I would want the second camera to be quiet a bit different to the original (i.e significantly greater mega pixels, higher optical zoom, have a special feature (underwater to X meters, unique design, etc) or a different camera type (D-SLR Vs Compact Digital Camera).

      With the rapid pace of technology, a camera purchased today will be obsolete within 18 months and the value (to resell it) would be minimal (if any). Is spending $xxx on two cameras worth two free flights when the purchaser can only fly to one or a limited number of destinations set by a third party?

      Having said that, if the free flight was to Europe and I only had to spend a $500-1500 on a camera, I would purchase two cameras in a heartbeat.

      With a third discount/no frills airline (Tiger Airlines) entering the Australian market in the coming months, Australian consumers will benefit (cheaper flights) from the extra competition.

      If you wait 6 months, a person can spend more money on a holiday (where the destination is only limited to your imagination and/or budget) and you can still purchase a better camera at a cheaper price.

      Just my 2 cents worth.
    • jayne30/08/2007
      You could stick one of the cameras on eBay and make a bit of cash back?
    • MillerJ30/08/2007
      True. that's a good idea.
    • nod30/08/2007
      With a third discount/no frills airline (Tiger Airlines) entering the Australian market in the coming months, Australian consumers will benefit (cheaper flights) from the extra competition.

      If you wait 6 months, a person can spend more money on a holiday (where the destination is only limited to your imagination and/or budget) and you can still purchase a better camera at a cheaper price.


      And a good two cents worth. Hopefully Tiger airlines will shake things up a bit. The flight prices to and from Perth are a bit steep but WA is very isolated

      But the Ebay idea is a good one
    • diider30/08/2007
      Does anyone know what airline the free air tix are with? I wanna buy one so bad but im so broke :( And also is quikshop the cheapest to purchase it from so far? THANKS :D
    • nod27/10/2007
      Just checking the voucher section and it appears that this code is still working :)
    • Wormetti13/08/2008
      The discount code worked but cashback was denied after initially saying verified. I bought 30 x 1500 XBOX Points for less than they normally retail for, so that may have something to do with it.
    • nod13/08/2008
      Wormetti
      The discount code worked but cashback was denied after initially saying verified.


      Ah ok.
      I have not received a confirmation email from Quikshop but it seems that some merchants will not payout a commission on a transaction made with a discount code :(
      We can a submit a transaction enquiry ticket for you if you want Wormetti. It would be one way for us to get clear confirmation :)
    • voteoften13/08/2008
      Just to let people know about my flight with the promo...... I ended up cancelling and got a $358 virgon credit. Decided that about 36 hours in adelaide wasn't enoough to justify the trouble. I was delighted to get the virgin credit!
    • queenshrew13/08/2008
      Wow that's a fantastic deal voteoften hehe.
      Is the free flight offer still available?
    • Wormetti14/08/2008
      queenshrew
      Wow that's a fantastic deal voteoften hehe.
      Is the free flight offer still available?


      That free flight offer expired: 30/10/2007 (you had to buy a camera to get it).

      I only bumped this topic to let people know that the discount code is still working.
    • morricio04/09/2008
      So has anyone got a clearcut answer?
      Can i use this 3% discount code and still get my 4.95% cashback with buckscoop?
    • wheadle04/09/2008
      cant help with the code as not bought from them but thought I would welcome you :D
    • Wormetti04/09/2008
      27 Jul 2008 17:01:00 Quikshop Australia & NZ 642.00 0.00 declined n/a

      I used the H7LH6 discount code (it worked) but my cashback was declined. It may have been the items that I ordered. I think I got them below cost since they raised the price after I received my order.
    • Wally19/09/2008
      Wormetti;61313
      27 Jul 2008 17:01:00 Quikshop Australia & NZ 642.00 0.00 declined n/a

      I used the H7LH6 discount code (it worked) but my cashback was declined...


      So is that a definitive confirmation that cashback tracking will not apply if you use a discount code with Quickshop?
    • Wormetti19/09/2008
      Buckscoop contacted quikshop and the cashback has finally showed up in my earnings (hasn't been sent to my bank account yet but I expect it will be by next month). Whether or not they have to chase it up on future orders, I don't know. Buckscoop kept me updated every few weeks on the status of my ticket.

      edit: The cashback was successfully transfered to my bank account.

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