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Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE Calculator $80 or less at Meijer plus $30 off your next shopping trip. Ends today.

vivio 51 62 August 13, 2016 at 01:49 PM in Calculators (4) More Meijer Deals
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Last Edited by TattyBear September 14, 2016 at 09:48 AM
Meijer has this on sale for $99.99 plus tax with a coupon for $30 off your next purchase. They have a coupon in store or on mPerks that takes $20 of any purchase $99.99 or more. There is also an mPerks coupon for $5 off any Meijer gift card over $50. I bought 2 $50 gift cards with 2 different mPerks accounts, used the $20 off coupon and essentially got it for $70 and got the $30 to spend in the store. Don't know if this is just in Illinois or not. The $20 off coupon ends today.

Link to calculator
https://www.meijer.com/product/el...720666.uts

Link to $20 off
https://meijer.shoplocal.com/meij...=bbpsingle

Link to add showing $30 Meijer dollars back
https://meijer.shoplocal.com/meij...ode=single
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Still don't understand how they can charge so much for a calculator in the world of smartphones, ipads, and android tablets.
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There are also a YMMV mPerks coupon for back to school items $3 off $15 and YMMV electronic rewards $5 on $40/$50 purchase that you may stack on the deal if you have them on your mPerks.
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Still don't understand how they can charge so much for a calculator in the world of smartphones, ipads, and android tablets.
you can't use smartphones, ipads or android tablets on tests.


and TI has a virtual monopoly on these school calculators.
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These hold there value better than petrol or gold and as a apocalypse prepper I've invested thousands of dollars into these TI calculators. Stored in temperature controlled underground vaults, I've insured my families well being when sh1t hits the fan.
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Quote from OB_Bull View Post :
Still don't understand how they can charge so much for a calculator in the world of smartphones, ipads, and android tablets.
I've actually looked this up before:

https://mic.com/articles/125829/y....Wa7j9Y68e

They'll be phased out someday, but TI will milk it for everything they can, while they can. Pure greed, but can you blame them?
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In my freshman year of high school, there was a big school wide bust of 10-15 kids who had literally created a black market for TI graphing calculators. They were getting stolen left and right, and kids were giving them to older friends who would then flip them on ebay. The better your calculator was, the more likely it wouldn't last long. The TI-83, no one cared about. An 83 plus, or silver, it was middle of the road. But if you had an 84 plus silver, they thugs were gonna come after you. In the end, 2 kids were kicked out and banned from the school district as a result. It was huge
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