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awesome, we get ripped on a lot of things in aus. If they can mark the shipping as a gift hopefully we can get away with custom taxes etc.
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*does happy dance* wheee.gif
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Sadly I doubt this will mean anything for consumers in NZ. For some reason us kiwis pay substantially higher prices compared to Aussies despite NZD being incredibly close to USD and AUD. $1 USD = 1.06 AUD = $1.15 NZD.
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DUDE!

I just checked up on some prices including shipping and on some items they are $100 dollars cheaper than in Australia...

EDIT: You pay for it all in "Estimated Tax and Duty" Its not cheaper at all...
Edited by Gruffle - 4/10/14 at 1:36am
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DUDE!

I just checked up on some prices including shipping and on some items they are $100 dollars cheaper than in Australia...

Remember import taxes... NewEgg will mark everything as business goods wink.gif
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Not sure why everyone is excited whenever these corporations come they dont bring the excellent deals they offer the american market, the prices are as lackluster as other shops in the region. I was exicted when Newegg came to Canada, but the deals suck and the shipping is so outrageous it makes more sense to go to a ncix or tigerdirect and just buy it in store. Same with Target and Amazon.

Many products are up to $100 cheaper the prices are in no way lackluster and I hope it may bring some relief to our prices as it brings competitiveness preventing manufacturer per region price gouging.
    
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Sadly I doubt this will mean anything for consumers in NZ. For some reason us kiwis pay substantially higher prices compared to Aussies despite NZD being incredibly close to USD and AUD. $1 USD = 1.06 AUD = $1.15 NZD.
Same here. In Canada we pay at least 10-20% higher prices than America just because there is a border. We also have ridiculous border fees, 13% tax (ontario) and our Dollar is about .91 of a USD...and I could literally walk to the states in 15 minutes.
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Same here. In Canada we pay at least 10-20% higher prices than America just because there is a border. We also have ridiculous border fees, 13% tax (ontario) and our Dollar is about .91 of a USD...and I could literally walk to the states in 15 minutes.

The benefit of that extra cost is that you live in Canada, not America tongue.gif An acceptable price to pay!
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I wonder if they will be as popular in Europe. This is great news overall, but bad news as in that prices will be 20% higher due to taxes and all that.

I just compared the Newegg UK prices to the price here in the Netherlands, and everything was cheaper, usually around ~20 euroes for a CPU biggrin.gif

Now to figure out if I can ship from the UK to NL cheaply...

I hope they include more shipping to European countries in the future. At least from Amazon UK I can ship directly to NL
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Remember import taxes... NewEgg will mark everything as business goods wink.gif

Yep... I managed to Ninja edit you.

I did a test build on Newegg and then PC Case Gear where I usually buy my gear and it was over $200 more expensive. Someone mentioned buying the item as a gift to avoid tax? Is that as easy as clicking gift?
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