Retail deals of the week, 16 April 2014

We've taken a look through the catalogues and we've selected the best retail deals for the week.

We've taken a look through this week's catalogues and we've selected the best retail deals for the week. There are a few options for those who are bargain hunting this week.

JB Hi-Fi

For those wanting higher resolution TV viewing: Samsung 65-inch Ultra HD Smart 3D LED LCD TV — AU$3,996 ($700 off the ticketed price).

For those wanting to set up a low-cost home theatre: Pioneer 700-watt 5.1 channel networked receiver with Airplay as well as 3D and Ultra HD passthrough — AU$397 ($302 off the ticketed price). It's worth checking the specs with JB Hi-Fi on this one — the printed catalogue lists it as a 700-watt receiver but JB's website puts the specs at 650 watts. Either way, it's still a good deal for a budding home entertainment system.

The Good Guys

For those after a competitively-priced smartphone that still offers decent features: Motorola Moto G (unlocked) with Android 4.4 OS, 4.5-inch HD Screen and a bonus Car Charger — AU$235.

Dick Smith

For those wanting an easy way to navigate, without using their smartphone in the car: Garmin Nuvi In-Car GPS with Bluetooth hands-free calling, voice-activated operation, 5-inch screen and free lifetime maps for Australia and New Zealand — AU$299 ($50 off).

Harvey Norman

For those wanting to cash in on a cashback offer: Asus All-in-One Desktop with a 27-inch screen (2560 x 1440), Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB RAM, 2TB HDD and Windows 8 — AU$2,988 (before $500 cashback in the form of an EFTPOS gift card).

Target

For the gamers: Wii-U Premium Bundle including 32GB console, Nintendo Land and Just Dance 4 — AU$399 ($99 off).

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