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post #31 of 52
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Sure I would love to know !
post #32 of 52
Thats cheap! Guess I should have check this thread before I upgrade mine in the future. LOL
post #33 of 52
I was at costco yesterday and they had a 3tb external for $139. Seagate, I think.
post #34 of 52
3TB Seagate External for $115 plus tax and coupon fee.

http://slickdeals.net/f/4270846-Stap...AwAAAAAFO0Eq_g
post #35 of 52
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3TB Seagate External for $115 plus tax and coupon fee.

http://slickdeals.net/f/4270846-Stap...AwAAAAAFO0Eq_g

You rock man !
post #36 of 52
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You rock man !

There is also a printable $25 off $75 in store coupon floating around. Not sure if it is the same price in store or not.
post #37 of 52
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There is also a printable $25 off $75 in store coupon floating around. Not sure if it is the same price in store or not.

Thank you !!!
post #38 of 52
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Sold out !!

That was fast
post #39 of 52
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Sold out !!

That was fast

If something is on slickdeals you got to jump when you see it. Being available for over 12 hours after posting isn't actually fast.

Looks like to 2TB is available.
post #40 of 52
The best deal on drives is definitely through Staples with an Amazon price match and a $30 off $150 online coupon. It's very easy to do.

First, purchase your $30 off $150 Staples coupon from ejunkie or eBay. Usually costs around $2

Next, go to staples website and order your drive using the coupon. The Seagate Go Flex is $179.99 so your total after coupon should be $149.99. Keep your order # handy.

Finally, open a customer service chat window or call the Staples customer service line. Tell the rep that you want to do a price match from Amazon on an item you just purchased. Give your order number and the rep will find the item on Amazon. They will then refund you the difference from the ORIGINAL Staples price. So if you purchased the item for $179.99 and Amazon has it for $139.99, the rep will refund $40 to your credit card. Final price after coupon = $109 + tax

PS: I was able to do this with several times and got great deals. I purchased a 128GB Crucial M4 for $110, and an Antec Three Hundred case of $25.
post #41 of 52
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Originally Posted by James_stewart View Post

The best deal on drives is definitely through Staples with an Amazon price match and a $30 off $150 online coupon. It's very easy to do.

First, purchase your $30 off $150 Staples coupon from ejunkie or eBay. Usually costs around $2

Next, go to staples website and order your drive using the coupon. The Seagate Go Flex is $179.99 so your total after coupon should be $149.99. Keep your order # handy.

Finally, open a customer service chat window or call the Staples customer service line. Tell the rep that you want to do a price match from Amazon on an item you just purchased. Give your order number and the rep will find the item on Amazon. They will then refund you the difference from the ORIGINAL Staples price. So if you purchased the item for $179.99 and Amazon has it for $139.99, the rep will refund $40 to your credit card. Final price after coupon = $109 + tax

PS: I was able to do this with several times and got great deals. I purchased a 128GB Crucial M4 for $110, and an Antec Three Hundred case of $25.

lol
post #42 of 52
2TB External for $99.99
http://www.buy.com/prod/fantom-green...212752646.html

Not sure what drive is inside though.
post #43 of 52
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2TB External for $99.99
http://www.buy.com/prod/fantom-green...212752646.html

Not sure what drive is inside though.

According to the slickdeals post it is a WD Caviar Green 2 TB SATA Hard Drive (WD20EARS).
post #44 of 52
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I need a few 3TB's

I grabbed one on the special but now it is out of stock again and I wish I had bought a second one.
post #45 of 52
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Originally Posted by James_stewart View Post

The best deal on drives is definitely through Staples with an Amazon price match and a $30 off $150 online coupon. It's very easy to do.

First, purchase your $30 off $150 Staples coupon from ejunkie or eBay. Usually costs around $2

Next, go to staples website and order your drive using the coupon. The Seagate Go Flex is $179.99 so your total after coupon should be $149.99. Keep your order # handy.

Finally, open a customer service chat window or call the Staples customer service line. Tell the rep that you want to do a price match from Amazon on an item you just purchased. Give your order number and the rep will find the item on Amazon. They will then refund you the difference from the ORIGINAL Staples price. So if you purchased the item for $179.99 and Amazon has it for $139.99, the rep will refund $40 to your credit card. Final price after coupon = $109 + tax

PS: I was able to do this with several times and got great deals. I purchased a 128GB Crucial M4 for $110, and an Antec Three Hundred case of $25.

Did this back before christmas got two 3TB drives for 85 shipped each but I called before I placed the order and they did it all over the phone without having to do the refund part.
post #46 of 52
Newegg has 2.5TB WD refurbs for $120. You're just below the $50/TB at that price.
post #47 of 52
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Just got a 3TB seagate at costco. No rebates and no fuss.

I am happy.
post #48 of 52
Looking for few internal 3TB HDD. If anyone see a good deal, please share. Thanks!
post #49 of 52
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According to the slickdeals post it is a WD Caviar Green 2 TB SATA Hard Drive (WD20EARS).

That sucks. I picked up one of those a year or so ago and it contains a Samsung F4. I like the F4's. I also like the overall enclosure. Case is sturdy metal and as solid as they come, and have had 0 issues with it. Those fantom green drives are def worth it to use as intended, nevermind to steal the drive out of.
post #50 of 52
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That sucks. I picked up one of those a year or so ago and it contains a Samsung F4. I like the F4's. I also like the overall enclosure. Case is sturdy metal and as solid as they come, and have had 0 issues with it. Those fantom green drives are def worth it to use as intended, nevermind to steal the drive out of.

$89 for a Green 2TB is not a bad price.
post #51 of 52
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Costco has the 3TB for $109$ locally... Seagate smile.gif
post #52 of 52
Newegg has the samsung m3 2TB external for $99. Yesterday's email had a code for $10 off if you can find it.
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