Up to 15% off all notebooks & Apple computers + $50 Paypal cashback if over $600 @ Dicksmith
15% off all notebooks & Apple computers until 20/09/2010.
Plus an extra Paypal deal until 27/09/10, Paypal details listed below.
Don't miss out on this online exclusive offer from dicksmith.com.au. For your next online computer purchase over $600 between 15th September 2010 to 27th September 2010, simply select PayPal as your payment method and you'll receive a $50 cash back *.
Remember, this fantastic offer applies to any desktop, notebook or Apple Mac range over $600 so be quick!
What is PayPal
PayPal is your secure online payment method that ensures your financial details are kept safe when buying online. PayPal is more than just the way to pay for things on eBay; in fact over 50 of the top 100 e-commerce site in Australia accepts PayPal.
How it works
Think of PayPal as your online wallet - just like the wallet you carry today. PayPal allows you to safely store bank details, debit card details or credit card numbers for when you purchase online, giving you the choice of how you want to pay for purchases. You don't need to keep funds in your PayPal account so long as it's linked to one of these funding sources ensuring you don't have to part ways with your hard earned money until you buy!
Why should I use PayPal
Using PayPal ensures your financial & personal details are kept secure. Because this sensitive information is never revealed to sellers, you'll be able to buy online with confidence knowing that you haven't left a trail of your personal and financial details on the web. And by not having to enter this personal information in time & time again, your purchases with PayPal should be quicker.
Signing up for a PayPal account is free, and there are no monthly fees;
So whether it's picking up tickets, or checking out the latest flat-screen TV's at Dick Smith or even exploring the latest apparel online, sign up to PayPal today and join the 3 million Australian's who are actively using PayPal to purchase from more than 30,000 Australian online stores. Sign up now!
TOPICS: Computers and Electronics