Electronics giant JB Hi-Fi is offering Australia’s frontline workers discounts on computers, TVs, cameras, smartphones and kitchen gadgets for one day only.
Doctors, nurses, paramedics, police, and firefighters can expect savings of up to 15 per cent off in stores on ‘First Responders Day’, held on Thursday, June 25.
‘First Responders Day is the industry’s way of thanking Australian medical and health workers, police, and firefighters for their hard work and dedication in keeping us safe,’ the retailer said in a statement.
‘To say thank you to Australia’s First Responders for their hard work keeping us safe during the COVID-19 crisis, we’re offering a 10 per cent off computers and phones, and 15 per cent off all other departments to First Responders who visit our stores.’
Electronics giant JB Hi-Fi is offering Australia’s frontline workers discounts on computers, laptops, TVs, cameras, smartphones, kitchen gadgets and accessories
The exclusive offer is only available to first responders who will need to provide a photo ID in store to prove their work identity.
‘Alternatively, they can shop in their work uniform,’ the retailer said on its website.
The offer excludes Apple products, mobile phone contracts, Miele and Asko agency products, Dell built to order and pre-paid cards and gift cards.
‘Discounts apply to most recent previous ticketed or advertised price. As we negotiate on price, products are likely to have sold below ticketed or advertised price in stores prior to the discount offer,’ the retailer added.
Hundreds of shoppers praised the chain for the ‘terrific gesture’, as many frontline workers revealed they will be visiting their store during their shift.
Doctors, nurses, paramedics, police, and firefighters can expect savings of up to 15 per cent off in stores only on ‘First Responders Day’, held on Thursday, June 25 (file image)
In light of COVID-19, the retailer has been taking extra precautions to ensure team members and customers are safe during their shopping experience.
‘We want to do our best during this challenging period to allow our customers to access service, advice and product when they need it,’ it said on its website.
‘We have expanded our cleaning routines across our stores, including increased cleaning throughout the day.
‘Our teams have had additional training on maintaining good hygiene practices. To support this, stores may be operating a little differently than usual.’
JB Hi-Fi employee reveals tricks to shop at the electronics store
A JB Hi-Fi employee (left) has revealed the secrets to shopping at the store
A JB Hi-Fi employee has shared her top secrets to shopping at the electronics store – including getting the best discounts on products every time.
The Sydney employee took to TikTok to reveal the four ‘hacks’ you should know about.
‘Tip number one, if you want to get served as soon as possible, go to the Apple desk because I can guarantee someone will come serve you ASAP,’ she said.
‘Hack number two, if you go into the store and they don’t have the stock of the product, just tell them to transfer the stock in from another store.
‘Number three, if you want a good price, ask for a discount or a good deal because we do give discounts.
‘Last hack – don’t wear a hoodie to JB HI-FI because we are most likely going to think you’re stealing.’