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Retail deals of the week, May 21, 2014

This week we're going strong on home theatre, TVs and computing, with a few fun deals to bring out your inner child.

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Dick Smith

Return of the Mac deal: You can get 10 percent off Apple iMac and Macbook Pro models for a few more days.

Setting up the home theatre: A good mid-sized TV model, Samsung's 48-inch Full HD LED LCD TV is $200 off at Dick Smith, selling for AU$999.

Soundgarden: A lot of flat screen TVs don't have the space for solid speakers, so a soundbar can be a good addition. Dick Smith is knocking $150 off Pioneer's soundbar, selling it for AU$248.

JB Hi-Fi

The notebook: If you missed it last time around, you can still pick up a solid 15-inch Windows notebook from HP, with Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 750GB HDD, all for AU$996 (a saving of $200).

Building up a collection: If you purchase a Blu-ray player or home theatre system, you'll also be able to build your Blu-ray library with 50 percent off Blu-ray movies, music and TV shows at JB Hi-Fi.

Betta Home Living

At the movies: TCL is offering six double movie passes to use over six months with the purchase of its high-end TVs -- you can find this deal in Betta Home Living stores.

Target

Everything is awesome: Target is offering 20 percent off Lego sets from franchises including Star Wars and Ninjago.

Toys R Us

Ride out the zombie apocalypse: Prepare for the undead with 30 percent off all Nerf Zombie Strike toys at Toys R Us. Even if the zombies don't come, you can annoy your beloved friends and co-workers.