The Good Guys are having a rapid TV and Apple sale

Alex Kidman 14 December 2017 NEWS


Score 10% off iPads and Macs, or 20% off a range of televisions.

Christmas is fast approaching (you've probably noticed) and while we're all gearing up for the inevitable onslaught of boxing day sales, that hasn't stopped The Good Guys from launching their own mini-sale for today only on a range of home appliances as well as Apple-branded products and a variety of TVs.

From 4:00pm until 11:59pm today, if you order an Apple iPhone, Mac or iPad through The Good Guys, you'll score a 10% discount on the purchase price. That deal does exclude the very popular Apple iPhone X, but that still gives you scope to scoop up a hot deal on an iPhone 8 Plus, iPad Pro or MacBook Pro.

Get 10% off Apple Macs, iPhones and iPads (excluding iPhone X)

Get 10% off Apple Macs, iPhones and iPads (excluding iPhone X) from The Good Guys

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TVs are rarely a casual purchase, but then if you want cutting edge, you're often faced with a hefty price tag to deal with, which can be tricky to balance against your festive season budget. As part of its sale, The Good Guys are also cutting prices on TVs, with selected models over 55" getting a temporary price cut of 20%, as well as all JVC-branded sets irrespective of size.

Get 20% off select TVs 55

Get 20% off select TVs 55" or larger from The Good Guys

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As noted, these deals expire just before midnight and are likely to be based on available stock, so it'd be wise not to delay if you fancy a quick bargain.

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