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orego 3 12 December 20, 2015 at 12:49 AM in Computers (3) More Newegg Deals
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Newegg http://m.newegg.com/Product/index...20-147-372 has the Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD for $99.99 - $22.00 = $77.99 with promo code EMCKNKX23. Shipping is free.
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any m.2 deal today?
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Looks about average price
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TD not a good price. and how about putting the price in the title OP.
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Last edited by hy_tek December 20, 2015 at 05:50 AM
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OP, please ignore the comments about the price. Those folks never give links to better prices and the lowest current price from other stores is higher than your post, so, I'm guessing they only approve of deals where you save 50% or more.
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Why are people TD this thread? It has been around the same price and this deal was FP with the only $6 less. The other deals that have popped up have them for $68 plus taxes so I don't know why this many thumbs down on it.
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Quote from TuAmigoAlejandro View Post :
OP, please ignore the comments about the price. Those folks never give links to better prices and the lowest current price from other stores is higher than your post, so, I'm guessing they only approve of deals where you save 50% or more.
Ok. Since you and a few other people are at a loss, maybe I can help.

Slickdealers have a few trigger buttons for TDs regardless of price. For you, it was a seller of limited rep, so quality and warranty would be questionable at best. That's a major negative for a hard drive. For this OP, it's because they still haven't put the price in title, which is just annoying.

Now onto the price. This Samsung Evo 250gb SSD has flirted with a $70-$80 price at least a dozen times in the past few months, with a varying degree of access (stock, coupons, combos, etc.). Those of us that watch price trends would now label this as the "normal" price to a Slickdealer. So while it's a good price on the drive if you want it this weekend, it's not a hot deal. Normally that would incur a modest amount of thumbs up if it weren't for the above issues.

Don't give up and thank you both for posting, more information makes it better for all, even if some people are unappreciative!!
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Thanks OP. Shoprunner eligible.
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Quote from TheRaeyn View Post :
Ok. Since you and a few other people are at a loss, maybe I can help.

Slickdealers have a few trigger buttons for TDs regardless of price. For you, it was a seller of limited rep, so quality and warranty would be questionable at best. That's a major negative for a hard drive. For this OP, it's because they still haven't put the price in title, which is just annoying.

Now onto the price. This Samsung Evo 250gb SSD has flirted with a $70-$80 price at least a dozen times in the past few months, with a varying degree of access (stock, coupons, combos, etc.). Those of us that watch price trends would now label this as the "normal" price to a Slickdealer. So while it's a good price on the drive if you want it this weekend, it's not a hot deal. Normally that would incur a modest amount of thumbs up if it weren't for the above issues.

Don't give up and thank you both for posting, more information makes it better for all, even if some people are unappreciative!!
It's becoming more apparent the more I participate on this site that people who consider themselves "Slickdealers" no longer appreciate modest deals, but instead simply thumb them down without an explanation.
Dear "Slickdealers", please stop "thumbing-down" modest deals, even if they come up frequently. At most, simply add a comment, saying you've seen a better price. For items that are frequently on sale, the frequent sale price is still not the "normal price", so, please stop treating it like one. People post non-normal price deals on this site because they want to share the deal, no matter how small, with others. So again, I propose you simply comment, but don't "thumbs down".
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Quote from TheRaeyn View Post :
Ok. Since you and a few other people are at a loss, maybe I can help.

Slickdealers have a few trigger buttons for TDs regardless of price. For you, it was a seller of limited rep, so quality and warranty would be questionable at best. That's a major negative for a hard drive. For this OP, it's because they still haven't put the price in title, which is just annoying.

Now onto the price. This Samsung Evo 250gb SSD has flirted with a $70-$80 price at least a dozen times in the past few months, with a varying degree of access (stock, coupons, combos, etc.). Those of us that watch price trends would now label this as the "normal" price to a Slickdealer. So while it's a good price on the drive if you want it this weekend, it's not a hot deal. Normally that would incur a modest amount of thumbs up if it weren't for the above issues.

Don't give up and thank you both for posting, more information makes it better for all, even if some people are unappreciative!!
TheRaeyn, regarding my post, I was glad to see and understood the thumbs down to my post after elaboration was given (i.e. seller had little feedback, even though it was positive; not an authorized reseller, etc.).

I wish SlickDeals required a comment for Thumbs Down activity and also the ability to decrease the commentators reputation if the comment is not useful. People who post do so because they believe they found a good deal, so, it's not helpful to the OP or the community to simply thumbs down.

Thanks again to you and people like you who try to help, even if we disagree on what a deal is =)
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Quote from TheRaeyn View Post :
Ok. Since you and a few other people are at a loss, maybe I can help.

Slickdealers have a few trigger buttons for TDs regardless of price. For you, it was a seller of limited rep, so quality and warranty would be questionable at best. That's a major negative for a hard drive. For this OP, it's because they still haven't put the price in title, which is just annoying.

Now onto the price. This Samsung Evo 250gb SSD has flirted with a $70-$80 price at least a dozen times in the past few months, with a varying degree of access (stock, coupons, combos, etc.). Those of us that watch price trends would now label this as the "normal" price to a Slickdealer. So while it's a good price on the drive if you want it this weekend, it's not a hot deal. Normally that would incur a modest amount of thumbs up if it weren't for the above issues.

Don't give up and thank you both for posting, more information makes it better for all, even if some people are unappreciative!!
Well said.
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Quote from hy_tek View Post :
Well said.
Any guide available to check whether my dell inspiron HDD be swapped WITH this one. Also please point me any handy instructions available to perform. Do i need any other cables needed to swap?
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I think the thumbs down is for not putting the price in the title. I did not TD this thread btw.
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newegg is not a reputable reseller of computer parts? you don't get Samsung warranty if you buy from newegg?
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Quote from tqlla3k View Post :
I think the thumbs down is for not putting the price in the title. I did not TD this thread btw.
I think so to, and neither did I. OP would probably get fewer TDs if people knew the price without having to enter the subject. Newegg is also a reputable seller... not sure what that comment was about.
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