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hmmm. Considering you can get a 240 gb ssd for $70, why would this be appealing, Especially since it has a rebate.
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Sandisk 120GB deal for $40 no rebate hassles and free shipping was better.
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Quote from AznCracker View Post :
hmmm. Considering you can get a 240 gb ssd for $70, why would this be appealing, Especially since it has a rebate.
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Sandisk 120GB deal for $40 no rebate hassles and free shipping was better.
First, thanks for the comments. I originally posted the M500 at $280 AR and just added the PNY because I saw it was a new offer. Then I noticed the M500 was a new rebate that would just extended a current FP deal...so I removed it and asked the mods to just update that FP deal that belonged to someone else. They ended up expiring the FP deal so the M500 is back as the feature item in this postSmilie

You are both correct though, there are better options than the PNY on its face. A number of SD'ers have free IC at TigerDirect as well as email coupons for $10/$100 so that this drive could be paired with some FAR to hit the coupon limit it can get as low as $35 AR/AC.
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Don't forget BofA cb!
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hmmm. Considering you can get a 240 gb ssd for $70, why would this be appealing, Especially since it has a rebate.
You are correct.
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I ran some searches and didn't see these posted.
Did the price on the M500 go up? I'm seeing $319.99 ($299.99 AR).
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First, thanks for the comments. I originally posted the M500 at $280 AR and just added the PNY because I saw it was a new offer. Then I noticed the M500 was a new rebate that would just extended a current FP deal...so I removed it and asked the mods to just update that FP deal that belonged to someone else. They ended up expiring the FP deal so the M500 is back as the feature item in this postSmilie

You are both correct though, there are better options than the PNY on its face. A number of SD'ers have free IC at TigerDirect as well as email coupons for $10/$100 so that this drive could be paired with some FAR to hit the coupon limit it can get as low as $35 AR/AC.
Still too much work for the PNY though, I'd rather pay $40 with no hassles than $35 and jump through hoops Smilie

Now don't get me wrong, if someone needs a 120GB SSD *right now* and is willing to jump through said hoops and/or prefers PNY as a brand (why?) then by all means, go for it.

Also, it's nice to see larger SSD's finally coming below the $300 price point, they need to continue sliding downwards.

Edit/PS: Yes, I know, "no time machine" to get that Sandisk deal for $40, but it's come around before and will likely come around again, and SSD's will continue coming down in price, so I'd still say pass on this deal.
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This is simply the best deal going for a 1TB SSD. And Crucial is as reliable as they come.
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hmmm. Considering you can get a 240 gb ssd for $70, why would this be appealing, Especially since it has a rebate.
Because 4 x 240 GB is not equal to one 960 GB SSD and I certainly cant put 4 240 GB in my macbook. Could you let me know how you can put 4 of these in a laptop?
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Sandisk 120GB deal for $40 no rebate hassles and free shipping was better.
Once again please let us know how you can put 8 120GB in a laptop?
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Because 4 x 240 GB is not equal to one 960 GB SSD and I certainly cant put 4 240 GB in my macbook. Could you let me know how you can put 4 of these in a laptop?
The original post listed a 120 gb ssd for $45. OP has now changed it to a different SSD. OP should have made a new thread.
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