Kmart sales during Black Friday 2019

Kmart sales during Black Friday 2019

Grab affordable clothing, furniture, toys and more at Kmart this Black Friday weekend.

Shopping giant Kmart offers a diverse range of affordable toys, furniture, bedding, clothing, electronics and more in all the latest designs. You can shop all your favourite household, kids’ and electronic items at Kmart and know you’re getting a bargain every day of the year.

But if you’re after a Kmart Black Friday sale, you’re out of luck. This year, Kmart has decided not to offer Black Friday discounts, instead highlighting that it’s “Like Black Friday everyday at Kmart”.

Kmart is, however, highlighting its permanent price drops across a range of products, including toys and games, modern decor, scooters, summer pool floats, Bluetooth speakers and storage solutions. There are also lower prices than usual for womenswear, menswear and kids clothing, as well as shoes, bags and accessories.

You can see a full range of Kmart’s permanent price drops on its website, or check out a wide range of Black Friday deals from other retailers below.

What time is Kmart open throughout Black Friday?

Kmart Black Friday weekend hours are as normal. Most Sydney locations are open from 8am to 10pm on 23rd November. However, the Broadway store is open until 12am for all you late night shoppers. Check your local store for specific hours or shop online to get low prices 24/7.

30-50% off men’s sale clothing and shoes

Nike Air Presto Women White/Pink is the designer of the original Nike Free Run. Tobie Hatfield is also known for the Nike Air Presto, a shoe that emphasized the paramount needs of runners (lightness and cushioning). The Presto has risen from performance sneaker to cult hit to must-have, and with this array of rainbow colorways headed for a Summer 2011 releases, there are simply no excuses to not own a pair. Check out the seven colorways that will be available in the upcoming season and let us know which you like best.

OK so you don’t really have to be an athlete to shop at Nike. You can also be an enthusiast, or just a fan of its innovative and trendsetting designs. Nike, as you likely already know, is a leading sports store that sells a wide range of fashionable and inspiring athlete equipment, apparel, and accessories. Since its inception, the company has dedicated itself to providing athletes worldwide with affordable and high quality sporting gear.

Track, basketball, cricket, soccer. Whatever your sport of choice, Nike offers leading brands on clothes and equipment for both men and women. Searching for a sports bag? Nike has it. How about a cap or hat? They do that, too. With so many products designed to enhance your sporting experience, Nike will have you performing at your peak (and looking stylish while you’re at it) in next to no time.

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Nike Australia has debuted its new store in George Street, Sydney.

The site is the home of New South Wales’ first three-level Nike store.

It features Nike+ Running Trial Zones, a pant hemming service, specialised bra-fitting service and an Australian first of in-store Snkr Services.

Globally, Snkr Services treats customers to special sneaker pedicures and customisation services.

The store also boasts Sydney-specific design elements and an expansive collection of Nike footwear, apparel and accessories.

This is the latest localised missive by Nike Australia, which recently launched its first domestic campaign in 10 years.

Nike has confirmed it is launching a pilot program to sell sneakers on Amazon, in a move to combat counterfeiters and unsolicited third-party sales conducted online.

In a call with analysts last week, Nike CEO Mark Parker said that Amazon would carry “a limited Nike product assortment” of footwear, apparel, and accessories, and that Nike was seeking to improve its presence on the ecommerce site while also protect its brand reputation.

“We’re in the early stages, but we really look forward to evaluating the results of the pilot,” he said. “We are looking to improve the Nike consumer experience on Amazon by elevating the way the brand is presented and increasing the quality of product storytelling.”

The deal follows nearly a decade of meetings between the two companies and although Nike has not officially sold products directly on Amazon until now, it is the most-purchased apparel brand on the site, according to a recent Morgan Stanley survey.

Speaking to Inside Retail Weekly, Nathan Cloutman, senior industry analyst at IBISWorld said though Nike may lose control of how its products are presented – a major sticking point in negotiations between the two giants until now – the benefits would outweigh any loss of creative control.

“The extra sales, in terms of not having products sold through third party and counterfeit products on Amazon, is going to be more beneficial to them in the long run,” he said.

Parker also said the company is exploring changes in how it sells online.

Goldman Sachs analysts in the US expect the move could boost Nike’s wholesale revenue by $300 million to $500 million annually.

Cloutman doesn’t expect the likes of Footlocker or JD Sports in markets where Amazon operates to be significantly impacted, given Nike “still makes over two-thirds of their sales through the wholesale function”.

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In its Q4 announcement last week, Nike said sales to wholesale customers increased five per cent, while direct-to-consumer (DTC) revenues grew to $9.1 billion, up 18 per cent, driven by a 30 per cent increase in digital commerce sales, the addition of new stores and seven per cent growth in comparable store sales. As of 31 May 2017, the Nike brand had 985 DTC stores in operation compared with 919 a year ago.

Last month, Nike said it planned to sell more shoes directly to customers online as part of a restructuring in which it plans to cut about 1,400 jobs.

It will also reduce the number of sneaker and clothing styles it makes by a quarter and focus on popular sellers.

Nike said the moves will help it offer more products to customers faster.

“We’re getting even more aggressive in the digital marketplace,” said Parker 2o4be5

Free Pizza Giveaway Special@ Domino’s

The St Leonards Domino’s had a stack of these flyers at the front counter when I went to pickup my order today. They’ll be giving away a free pizza from a selected range next week from 2pm-3pm.

Pizza to choose from:
– Simply Cheese
– Spicy Veg Trio
– BBQ Meatlovers
– Supreme

According to the T&C’s, you need to present this flyer to redeem the free pizza.
UPDATE: I got an email for this promotion and it doesn’t mention anything about the flyer. //ibb.co/bYS7H0

T&C’s
Valid for selected pizzas only.
Only available at Domino’s St Leonards.
One free pizza per person when this flyer is surrendered in store. Copies will not be accepted
Not valid with any other coupon or offer. Free pizza not transferable or redeemable for cash
No additional toppings or substitutions allowed. Not valid for online ordering. Not available with online orders, phone orders or pre-orders.
Free offer not available for deliveries. See in store for full details.

Dunnes Stores announce new 4 for €20 Christmas offer in stores for limited time

DUNNES Stores has launched a new mix and match deal before the Christmas rush.

The 4 for €20 offer includes boxes of crisps, soft drink cans, tubs of biscuits and boxes of sweets.

The 4 for €20 deal is available until Jan 31st

Some of the brands on offer are King, Tayto, Club Orange, 7up, Cadbury’s Chocolate fingers, Foxes biscuits, Heroes, Celebrations and Roses.

The supermarket chain shared the deal with their followers on Facebook.

They wrote: “Stock up early and get set for Christmas with our festive Mix and Match any 4 for €20 offer, hurry only while stocks last.

“In store from Wednesday November 7 until Jan 31st”

Dunnes Stores has launched a new deal

Last month, shoppers could snap up two tubs of Celebrations, Roses, Cadbury’s biscuits and McVities Victoria for €10.

Lindt Festive Figures – including chocolate Santas and reindeers – are also in shops.

There were also Christmas selection boxes being sold for just €3 ah2g69

Jetstar Offers Free Return Flights on new year

Jetstar has today launched one of its biggest ever sales with more than 200,000 free return flights available to dozens of destinations including Hawaii, Bali, Vietnam, Thailand, Japan, Gold Coast and Perth.

Customers can book a return trip and only pay for the departing flight. The fares are available for selected flights on almost 80 domestic and international routes departing from 18 Australian cities.

Jetstar CEO Gareth Evans said the sale was launching today to mark 14 years since the airline commenced operations.

“Since we launched Jetstar in May 2004, with 14 aircraft flying to 13 destinations we have grown to more than 130 aircraft flying to more than 85 destinations across Australia, Asia and the Pacific,” Mr Evans said.

“We are famous for our low fares and last year we sold 24 million seats – or two thirds of all seats sold – for less than $100.

“It’s fitting that we celebrate our birthday with one of our biggest sales on record, giving travellers the opportunity to take a holiday and return for free.”

International flights

  • Melbourne and Sydney to Hawaii, return from $339
  • Melbourne and Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City return from $259
  • Brisbane to Bali return from $259
  • Melbourne to Bali return from $299
  • Sydney to Bali return from $279
  • Perth to Bali return from $169
  • Sydney to Phuket return from $289
  • Cairns to Tokyo, return from $289
  • Melbourne to Auckland, return from $179
  • Sydney to Christchurch, return from $169

Domestic flights

  • Brisbane to Uluru return from $169 (new route)
  • Brisbane to Sydney return from $99
  • Launceston to Melbourne from $59 return
  • Melbourne (Avalon) to Sydney return $49
  • Adelaide to Melbourne (Avalon) return from $49
  • Melbourne to Gold Coast return from $99
  • Adelaide to Brisbane return from $121
  • Melbourne to Perth return from $191
  • Brisbane to Melbourne return from $111

The ‘Return for Free’ fares are only available on Jetstar.com for Starter fares on selected travel dates throughout 2018 and early 2019. Excludes checked baggage. Sale starts at 12:01am AEST 1 May 2018 and ends at 11:59pm AEST Wednesday 2 May 2018 unless sold out prior. Availability is limited and conditions apply.vk

WIN up to $3000 Sheng Siong Vouchers!

Stand a chance to win up to $3000 worth of Sheng Siong vouchers* with any purchase of PEPERO!

  • Promotion period: 14 Nov to 31 Dec 2018
  • Email a snapshot of your Sheng Siong receipt to marketing@lottesea.com with your Full Name, NRIC and contact number
  • Increase your chances by 11 times when you purchase PEPERO Big Pack (8P)
  • 5 sets of $100 vouchers will be given out every week!
  • Terms and conditions apply
  • Terms and Conditions:
  • 1. By entering this contest, all entrants agree to abide by the terms and conditions
  • 2. Promotion period is from 14 Nov to 31 Dec 2018
  • 3. Entry is open to all, with exception to employees and their immediate families of LOTTE Confectionery (S.E.A.) Pte Ltd, retailers and agencies associated with this promotion and their related companies
  • 4. Persons below 18 years old should seek parental consent before participating
  • 5. Entry must be submitted by email to Marketing@LotteSEA.com
  • 6. Multiple entries are allowed only if each entry is accompanied by an original receipt with purchase of any participating product
  • 7. Participating products include LOTTE PEPERO (Almond, White Cookie, Choco, Nude, Peanut, Choco Cookie, Skinny and Coconut)
  • 8. LOTTE Confectionery (S.E.A.) Pte Ltd is not responsible for any delay in/ failure of transmission of email entry
  • 9. Incomplete and/ or illegible entries will be disqualified
  • 10. Lucky draw chances are collated and allocated weekly based on the date of email entry received
  • 11. Winners will be announced every Monday from 21 Nov 2018 to 2 Jan 2019
  • 12. Allocated lucky draw chances are cumulative, and entitles the Eligible Entry to participate in subsequent weekly lucky draws provided that the particular entry have not been selected as a winning entry during the Qualifying Period.
  • 13. LOTTE Confectionery (S.E.A.) Pte Ltd decision is final and no correspondence will be entertained
  • 14. Prizes are non-transferrable
  • 15. Winners will be notified via email. A weekly announcement will also be made on LOTTE Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/LotteSEA
  • 16. All prizes must be collected within 2 weeks of notification; any prizes not collected will be forfeited
  • 17. The original receipt with Sheng Siong’s brand name printed is required for verification upon prize collection. Failure to produce the original receipt will be considered as disqualified.
  • 18. LOTTE Confectionery (S.E.A.) Pte Ltd reserves the right to amend the terms & conditions without prior notice
  • 19. By taking part in this lucky draw, you understand and accept without condition that LOTTE Confectionery (S.E.A.) Pte Ltd may elect to use your personal information contained herein for internal and/or external marketing purposes in a manner it deems fit, whilst according to your privacy or confidentiality with the highest prioritybn2f81

Chance to win $100 PAK’nSAVE Voucher

Register For My PAK’nSAVE

your chance to win

Want to hear about the sweetest deals from your local PAK’nSAVE each week?

When you sign up for our weekly emails you’ll be entered into the draw to WIN one of three $100 Gift Cards every month!

How choice is that?!

Sign-up terms and conditions

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

Return to the registration page to enter.

Acceptance of Conditions

  1. Entry into this competition is deemed acceptance of these and any other applicable terms and conditions.  This competition may have additional terms and conditions and wherever possible the additional terms and conditions will be posted at www.paknsave.co.nz.

Promotional Period and Method of Entry

  1. The Promoter of this competition is Foodstuffs (N.Z.) Limited (Foodstuffs).
  2. To qualify to enter into the prize draw, simply go to www.paknsave.co.nz/register or facebook.com/paknsave and sign up to receive emails and other communications from PAK’nSAVE by entering your contact details.  As consideration for providing your details to Foodstuffs, you will be signed up to the ‘My PAK’nSAVE’ email database and may be eligible for PAK’nSAVE special deals, promotions, marketing material and be able to participate in future PAK’nSAVE competitions.
  3. Once you register your details, you will be eligible to win a prize.  Entry into the competition is automatic, provided that you remain signed up to receive emails from PAK’nSAVE.  If you are already a member of the ‘MY PAK’nSAVE’ email database you are automatically entered in the competition.
  4. Entrants will only be eligible for one entry into the prize draw every month.  Entrants must sign up to receive emails using their full names as evidenced on a form of New Zealand identification.  Foodstuffs reserves the right to request that an entrant provides proof of identity.

Prizes and Conditions

  1. Every month that Foodstuffs runs the competition, entrants can win a prize of one of three PAK’nSAVE gift cards.
  2. During the first week of every month, three winners from the ‘My PAK’nSAVE’ database, will be selected randomly from all the people who are signed up to receive emails from PAK’nSAVE in the previous month.
  3. Prizes are not transferable, exchangeable or negotiable and are not redeemable for cash.
  4. Subject to any applicable law that cannot be excluded, Foodstuffs is not responsible or liable for any loss suffered by any entrant in the event that a prize becomes unavailable for reasons beyond its control.  In this event, Foodstuffs may substitute a prize of its choice.
  5. Winners will be notified by Foodstuffs once a prize draw has been made using the email address or telephone number supplied in the online form.
  6. In the event that a winner cannot be contacted within 7 days of a prize draw occurring or if Foodstuffs determines that a winner is not eligible to win a prize, a further prize draw will be made by Foodstuffs and the prize allocated to the new winner.
  7. Foodstuffs is not responsible if a winner cannot be contacted within a reasonable time period following the draw due to incorrect or out of date contact details being recorded in the online form.  You may update your information at any time by visiting www.paknsave.co.nz/my-account.
  8. The terms and conditions applicable to PAK’nSAVE gift cards (as printed on the back of the gift cards) are applicable to the prizes. The prize must not redeemed on the purchase of tobacco, cigarettes, alcohol, fuel or purchases made at a Lotto outlet (if relevant).

Eligibility

  1. To be eligible to win any prize you must:

(a)           have registered your details on the on-line form and have kept those contact details current and up-to-date;

(b)           be aged 18 years or over;

(c)           not be a current employee of Foodstuffs, Foodstuffs North Island Limited, Foodstuffs South Island Limited or any franchised store of those companies (including without limitation a New World, PAK’nSAVE, Four Square Gilmours, Henry’s, Toops, Trents, Write Price, Raeward Fresh and On-the-spot stores;

(d)           remain registered to received emails and communication from Foodstuffs; and

(e)           be a New Zealand resident at the date of a prize draw.

  1. If you are a winner, you consent to Foodstuffs’ use of your name, address and image for publicity and promotional purposes (including the display of your name in store) and you agree to make yourself available for publicity photographs.

Liability

  1. Neither Foodstuffs nor any other person or party associated with this competition shall be liable for:

(a)           any loss or damage whatsoever incurred (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss and including loss caused by negligence) or personal injury suffered or sustained in connection with either participation in this competition or the use or acceptance of any prize offered except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law;

(b)           errors resulting from computer hardware, software or telecommunications errors or failure; and/or

(c)           fraudulent entry into or participation in this competition.

  1. In the event of a dispute concerning any aspect of the competition including eligibility the decision of Foodstuffs will be final.  No correspondence concerning any decision made by Foodstuffs will be entered into.Dp

Stand a chance to win $1000 iPhone voucher!

The XS Max is the first plus-sized iPhone in the new bezel-less form factor, as the 2017 iPhone X did not have a larger variant. Upon the release of the XS and XS Max, the X was discontinued, meaning that its shelf life of only 10 months was the shortest ever tenure as flagship device in the history of the iPhone. At release the XS and XS Max had starting prices of $999/$1099 in the US, £999/£1099 in the UK, €1149/€1249 in Europe, RMB8699/RMB9599 in China and Rs99900/Rs109900 in India.

The XS and XS Max are rated IP68 for dust and water resistance under IEC standard 60529, with Apple specifying a maximum depth of 2 meters and up to 30 minutes of submersion in water. This is an improvement over the IP67 water resistance of the iPhone 8 and XApple has performed tests in various liquids including chlorinated watersalt waterteawinebeer and juices.

Unlike the XR, both iPhone XS devices have optical zoom.[19]

$5 Off Countdown New Zealand Coupon

Consumer NZ’s annual supermarket price survey has named Pak’nSave as the cheapest place to do your grocery shopping.

Consumer NZ chief executive Sue Chetwin said prices were collected for a basket of 30 popular grocery items over a seven-week period at Countdown, New World and Pak’nSave stores.

Shoppers visited supermarkets in north Auckland, east Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.

They tracked prices for seven weeks for a list of 30 everyday household products. The list included food and drink as well as personal care and cleaning items. The survey didn’t include fresh meat, fish or produce because for a fair comparison quality would need to be considered. Wine and beer were also excluded.