Retail deals of the week, 6 November 2013

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Seamus Byrne is the Editor of CNET Australia. At other times he'll be found messing with apps, watching TV, building LEGO, and rolling dice. Usually at the same time.

We're rounding up some of the best deals we've seen in the latest weekly retail catalogues. This week, TVs and game consoles make for some of the most amazing prices you'll find.

We've used the Lasoo catalogues website and apps to get the earliest look we can at the latest catalogues, as well as checking up on JB Hi-Fi separately, as its catalogues are not included in Lasoo.

We'll be back each Wednesday with the latest weekly catalogue deals until Christmas. Each week's particularly outstanding deals are listed in bold.


Panasonic ST60 50-inch plasma TV — AU$1097, Dick Smith
Samsung F6300 40-inch LCD TV — AU$847, Good Guys
Sony R400 32-inch LCD TV — AU$398, Dick Smith

PS3 160GB, AU$148 at Big W.
(Credit: Screenshot via Lasoo)

Video games

Playstation 3 160GB console — AU$148, Big W
Wii Mario Kart bundle (classic Wii console, Mario Kart Wii, MotionPlus controller, steering wheel, nunchuk) — AU$74, Big W
Xbox 360 250GB bundle (Halo 4, Tomb Raider, Arkham Origins, Battlefield 4) — AU$268, Big W
Splinter Cell: Blacklist — AU$48, Big W
Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag — AU$58, Big W
Battlefield 4 — AU$68, Big W
Call Of Duty: Ghosts — AU$64, Target


TomTom Go 500 — AU$219, Good Guys


New Nexus 7 32GB model — AU$318, Good Guys

Docks and radios

Sony DAB+ Lightning dock radio with bonus Sony DAB+ radio — AU$158, Good Guys

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booboosix40 posted a comment   

Eb games is selling the nexus 7 32gb for $188, they just have damaged packaging.


Seamus Byrne posted a reply   

Pretty sure that is last year's model, not the newest Nexus 7. But still a nice deal.


CurnsyC posted a comment   

The ps 3 was last week.....tried to get one everyone's sold out after a week. However the new catalogue has a super slim 12g for 179


Rusty683 posted a comment   

Nice idea, but many companies run catalogues from Thursday to Wednesday, and the best deals often sell out after only a day or two.

Unless these roundups are for catalogues about to start you may simply be directing readers to offers that are about to expire or which sold out days ago.


Seamus Byrne posted a reply   

These are, in fact, a round up of the newest catalogues. We can access a lot of the new catalogues on the Wednesday morning for the week ahead so that's why we picked Wednesday.


TimF2 posted a comment   

Great work - this will be really handy!


dgentele posted a comment   

Including a link to the deal may be helpful.


Seamus Byrne posted a reply   

We looked through traditional retail catalogues, not online stores. Sharing the best looking deals quickly so you can take action quickly is our focus with this new weekly round up.

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