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Murray Grelis
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There are several and the prices can vary by quite a bit. The ones I have used and will happily use again are:

milsims.com.au
These guys do a lot more than just war games

and

warchest.com.au
a specialist wargame retailer


Others that i've not used:
gamesparadise.com.au
unhalfbricking.com
tinsoldier.com.au
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Craig Somerton
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I've used games paradise a few times. Their on-line store is cheaper than their bricks & mortar store. Free postage over AU$85.00.

Milsims is probably my pick, and they will match price with any other retailer. You pay a small amount for postage, but it's cheap and they are slightly cheaper than GP.

Tin Solder is good, but slightly more expensive.


 
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anomander64 wrote:
Milsims is probably my pick, and they will match price with any other retailer. You pay a small amount for postage, but it's cheap and they are slightly cheaper than GP.


Is there an easy to find out postage costs with Milsims?
 
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Yep - they always charge 5 bucks regardless of the size of your order. About a year ago they had all the Axis and Allies games on sale for $20 each. I bought 5 of them for $100 and the postage was...5 bucks.
 
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I'd suggest taking a look at the second hand game market here on the Geek. There's some good games around going for about half the price they do in the online stores.
 
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unhalfbricking is good-- stock is listed on the site. Generally cheaper than others, though postage would impact this.

Milsims has greater selection, but you never know when they have stock.

caterpillar games has lots of good children's games.

There should be a list on the bgg wiki.
 
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gmcnish wrote:
unhalfbricking is good-- stock is listed on the site. Generally cheaper than others, though postage would impact this.

Now I have ask what their shipping is like .

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There should be a list on the bgg wiki.


There is: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/wiki/page/Online_Gaming_Vendors..., but it doesn't have reviews.
 
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