Tech and Gadget specials this weekend

TVs, gaming consoles and other gadgets from Makro, Game, HiFi Corp and BT Games this weekend

March 1, 2013
Gadget deals - old TV

Makro, Game, HiFi Corp and BT Games all have specials this weekend on a variety of TVs, gaming consoles and other tech products.

The specials are valid over the weekend period; however, BT Games’ clearance sale is on while stocks last.

Check out the specials below:

BT Games console and collector’s edition clearance sale (BT Games) – various prices

Local games retailer BT Games has announced that it will be holding specials on selected collector’s editions and console bundles from 1 March 2013.

BT emphasises that stocks are incredibly limited and that gamers are recommended to call stores in advance to see if there is stock available.

All items are on a first-come-first-serve basis in-store, and no reservations for products will be taken.

Some of the items on sale include:

  • Guild Wars 2 Collector’s Edition (R599.90)
  • Wii U Black Premium ZombiU console bundle (R2999.90)
  • Xbox 360 250GB, controller, Forza Motorsport 4, Skyrim download code (R1,999.90)
  • Black Ops 2 Care Package for Xbox 360 (R999.90)

Details on the branches participating can be found at the BT Games clearance sale page.

BT Games sale

BT Games sale

Samsung 55-inch 3D FHD Slim LED TV (Makro) – R16,999.00

Makro has a special on its 55-inch 3D Smart Full HD Slim LED Samsung TV.

The TV features 3 HDMI ports and 3 USB ins, along with being bundled with 2 pairs of 2D active glasses.

The special is valid until 4 March 2013.

Samsung 55-inch 3D FHD Slim LED TV (Makro)

Samsung 55-inch 3D FHD Slim LED TV (Makro)

LG 42-inch LED 3D TV and Walka bundle (HiFi Corp) – R7,499.99

The LG 42-inch LED 3D TV from HiFi Corp is priced at R7499.99 this weekend.

The TV features 3 HDMI ports and 1 USB port.

The TV is also bundled with a DSTV Walka, as well as 4 pairs of 3D glasses.

The special is valid until 3 March 2013.

LG 42-inch LED 3D TV - HiFi Corp

LG 42-inch LED 3D TV – HiFi Corp

LG 42-inch FHD 3D Smart LED TV (Dion Wired) – R7,700

Dion Wired has the LG 42-inch FHD 3D Smart LED TV priced at R7,700 over the weekend.

The TV features 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ins.

The special is valid until 12 March 2013.

LG 42-inch FHD 3D Smart LED TV (Dion Wired)

LG 42-inch FHD 3D Smart LED TV (Dion Wired)

Western Digital 1TB portable hard drive (Game) – R799.00

The Western Digital 1TB portable hard drive is on special this weekend for R799.

The 2.5-inch drive features USB 3.0 compatibility, along with a 24-month warranty.

The special is valid from 3 March 2013.

Western Digital 1TB portable hard drive (Game)

Western Digital 1TB portable hard drive (Game)

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