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Noel Leeming third annual sell-out sale is underway


Noel Leeming third annual sell-out sale is underway


For those in the market for new technology, Noel Leeming has kicked off its third annual sell-out sale at the ASB showgrounds (October 2-5, 2014).

This is one of the country’s biggest clearance sales with more than 90,000 units of technology and appliances, including top brands, priced to clear.

More than 50,000 customers are expected at this four-day event, which opens late today (Thursday 2 October), Friday and Saturday until 9pm and finishes on Sunday at 7pm.

Covering a floor area of over 6,000m2, New Zealand’s best electronics and appliance brands will be on display, including: Samsung, Panasonic, Sony, LG, Fisher & Paykel, HP, Acer, Spark, Nespresso, Dyson and more.

On site activities included three ‘trolley grabs’ where three lucky winners took home nearly $20,000 worth of electronics and appliances between them.

Consumers can also check out product demonstrations with Google Glass and 3D printers and Noel Leeming’s team of passionate experts will be offering over 1,000 hours of free learning to help consumers maximise their technology.

Those visiting the sale can also see the launch of Noel Leeming’s new Mobile Learning Centre before it departs on its two-year journey to share technology learning with schools and communities throughout New Zealand.

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