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Logitech G502 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse + $40 Steam Wallet Card EXPIRED

RevOne 3,607 8,177 June 20, 2015 at 10:23 PM in Computer Accessories (10) More Best Buy Deals
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Promoted 06-21-2015 by longmanj9 at 10:30 AM View Original Post
Best Buy has Logitech G502 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse + 2x $20 Steam Wallet Card for $79.99. Shipping is free or you select free store pickup. Thanks RevOne

Best Buy also has Logitech G430 Over-the-Ear Gaming Headset + 2x $20 Steam Wallet Card for $79.99. Shipping is free or you select free store pickup.

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Nice price if you have use for the Steam Wallet Cards. The Logitech G502 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse has earned 4.7 out of 5 stars based on 427 customer reviews and the Logitech G430 Over-the-Ear Gaming Headset has earned 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 387 customer reviews.

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Edited June 21, 2015 at 08:05 AM by RevOne
Best Buy [bestbuy.com] offers Select Logitech Accessories & Steam Gaming Download Gift Card Packages on sale with prices starting at $79.99.

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$79.99 (each) + Free Shipping or Store PickupAlso available:

$179.99 + Free Shipping or Store Pickup
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in for one!
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Lowest on Amazon for G430 has been $40 in April. So I guess good deal but you are forced to buy Steam GC.
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Thanks, came out to $87.19 final for me. I will use the $40 Steam monies anyhow so this takes me to $47.19 for the mouse which is just dandy.
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Anyone have experience with the g502 vs the corsair m65?
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Anyone have experience with the g502 vs the corsair m65?
I own the g502, and its a pleasure to use. Weight tuning is great, and can adjust between dpi profiles on the fly. Free scrolling is more fun and useful, and the cable seems very durable. Paid $60 a few months ago and am more than happy with my purchase.
Some people may not be satisfied with the amount of buttons on the mouse. It's more tuned to a fps player than mmo
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Quote from SlickDealzYo View Post :
Thanks, came out to $87.19 final for me. I will use the $40 Steam monies anyhow so this takes me to $47.19 for the mouse which is just dandy.
Them sneaky bastards want sale tax for Steam card?!? That's not cool...shake head
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They ran this deal with a $50 Steam Wallet Card over the holidays. Stupid me completely passed on it for whatever reason, but this is a good deal for a great mouse. One of the, if not the, best tracking mice with above average build (minus the feet) from a company with solid customer support.

On the plus side, mine is still within the return period from that $55 sales run so I can save $15 on the mouse. Should also mention the Orion Spark carries a $50 card at $180 plus tax.
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Quote from mandangalo View Post :
Anyone have experience with the g502 vs the corsair m65?
I have both but prefer the g502. Its very easy to hold and being able to adjust the weight of it makes it very nice once you find that sweet spot.
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I have both but prefer the g502. Its very easy to hold and being able to adjust the weight of it makes it very nice once you find that sweet spot.
I had a DOA with the g502. I exchanged it at Best Buy and the new mouse worked for about 2 months then would not connect in Windows with the Logitech software running which is required for my headset. I called Logitech and they mailed me a brand new replacement and didn't even ask for the old one back. So I have a "spare" that works on a computer without the software but you cannot adjust the settings. It might work again after a software update or firmware update. Logitech support was pretty cool about getting the replacement. So you might have issues or I was just really unlucky. Either way, as long as you buy from an official reseller the warranty is great. Just keep your receipt.
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Just got back from my local Bestbuy (North Irving TX) and the mouse is on sale for $67.99. I went in expecting the price to be $79.99 with the 2 steam cards but when they rang it up it still kept the price of the mouse at $67.99 and both $20 cards were free. So out the door with tax was $73.60..

edit with copy of receipt. Not sure if you could get tax taken off since the way they ring it up is full price (or sale price in my case) for the mouse and then the 2 cards are 0.00.
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Last edited by phisig2229 June 21, 2015 at 10:26 AM
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Quote from classic-coke View Post :
Them sneaky bastards want sale tax for Steam card?!? That's not cool...shake head
I thought the same thing...

...but the deal is listed as "...with $40 in Free Steam Wallet Cards"

You're paying $79.99 for the Mouse. The Cards are free. Tax applies to the full amount.
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Last edited by Derbo June 21, 2015 at 10:29 AM
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Anyone have experience with the g502 vs the corsair m65?
I own both, the g502 is much nicer IMO. While I do really like the m65, I LOVE the 502. Also, my m65 sniper dpi button stopped working properly with rare use. The 502 just has a better feel, feels better built and just feels smoother. hands down best gaming mouse I've ever used
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Better buy it by 7 tonight if you're in for the summer deals.
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