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    Open till Midnight, sell everything, quality is really good for the money. There are several similar chains in the USA. They make sh*t affordable for the masses.

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    I do find it funny Michael. You state you are not and have not been a property investor and you don't want to be, yet you make the most outlandish statements with such conviction at times. When in reality you have no clue. What buzz does that give you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzlevalve View Post
    I do find it funny Michael. You state you are not and have not been a property investor and you don't want to be, yet you make the most outlandish statements with such conviction at times. When in reality you have no clue. What buzz does that give you?
    I think MichaelNZ means well, but he's young. You're sure of things when you're young.

    As you get older, you realise many things are more nuanced.

    But yes, not sure why a guy who sells flags online comes on here and tells us we're all evil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    The Junkhouse (where everyone gets some garbage) has sunk a long way from some of it's early, pro-kiwi ethics pronouncements.
    Quote Originally Posted by Learning View Post
    Customers have shown that they donít want pro-kiwi ethics.
    I don't believe it's that simple. Look at New World versus Pak 'n' Save.

    Same parent, quite different pricing and presentation. New World customers pay more for the same and there does not seem to be any shortage of customers.

    I suspect that the difference is demographical.

    With both Pan 'n' Save and the Junkhouse.
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    Are there any New Worlds near Pac’n Save? For day to day supermarket shopping people tend to go to which ever one is closer/convenient. I think if NW and PnS were equal distance PnS would win hands down.

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    They both lose to Countdown. P and S having to self pack is a pain and New World just rip you off. Funnily enough we have 2 countdowns 200 metres apart and they are both packed most of the time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzlevalve View Post
    Funnily enough we have 2 countdowns 200 metres apart
    There’s a few places around like that. When Woolworths changed to Countdown they kept the stores despite being so close to each other. It makes some sense when you think about it, if they’d sold one of them, PnS or NW would have jumped in there and increased competition.
    Last edited by Perry; 08-04-2018 at 12:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Learning View Post
    There’s a few places around like that. When Woolworths changed to Countdown they kept the stores despite being so close to each other. It makes some sense when you think about it, if they’d sold one of them, PnS or NW would have jumped in there and increased competition.
    Papakura is like this. And they're both busy.
    Last edited by Perry; 08-04-2018 at 12:37 PM.
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