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Promoted 09-14-2016 by Randy71 at 11:08 AM View Original Post
Office Depot and Office Max has CyberPower 1000VA 9-Outlet Intelligent Simulated Sine Wave UPS on sale for $69.99. Shipping is free. Thanks longmanj9

Note, temporarily on backordered but can still be ordered and will ship when available

Office Depot and OfficeMax also has APC 1500VA BX1500G Back-UPS XS Series Battery Backup UPS + $25 Office Depot Gift Card on sale for $150.99 when you follow the instructions listed below. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available.
  1. Add 1x APC 1500VA BX1500G Back-UPS XS Series Battery Backup UPS to cart
  2. Add 1x $25 Office Depot Gift Card to cart
  3. Add a $1 Filler to Cart
  4. Proceed to Checkout
  5. Apply coupon code 25ODOMX38 to get the $25 Office Depot Gift Card for Free on orders of $150
  6. Total will be $150.99 + Free Shipping or Free Store Pickup
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Edited September 14, 2016 at 07:45 AM by jersharocks
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  1. Add 1x APC 1500VA BX1500G Back-UPS XS Series Battery Backup UPS [officedepot.com] to cart
  2. Add 1x $25 Office Depot Gift Card [officedepot.com] to cart
  3. Add a $1 Filler to Cart
  4. Proceed to Checkout
  5. Apply coupon code 25ODOMX38 to get the $25 Office Depot Gift Card for Free on orders of $150
  6. Total will be $150.99 + Free Shipping or Free Store Pickup
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#3
Solid deal, $75 after tax, i'm in.
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It's on backorder now but I still placed my order. Cheapest it's ever been on Amazon was $75 and it's almost always around $100. Thanks!
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Quote from STEVESKI View Post :
It's on backorder now but I still placed my order. Cheapest it's ever been on Amazon was $75 and it's almost always around $100. Thanks!
Dont count on backorders shipping. They didnt ship half of em last time. But I managed to get a free BR1000G out of the ordeal somehow.
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In for a backorder, seems like too good a price to not try for since I have not had one for a long time.
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You can try to PM to Staples. Probably YMMV on that since it's backordered but worth a shot.
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N41 Yo. Backordered, but in the queue
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Please be aware if you have a Dell, it may not work with it because it is simulated, not pure sine wave.. check your type of power supplies....most affordable pure sine wave ones are the ones like the CP1000PFCLCD, which was $85 a few months ago, but is usually pricey.
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wow, very good price, thanks OP
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Awesome price!
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how big of a deal is simulated vs pure sine? I just need something to back up my gaming rig.
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Quote from silvery79 View Post :
Please be aware if you have a Dell, it may not work with it because it is simulated, not pure sine wave.. check your type of power supplies....most affordable pure sine wave ones are the ones like the CP1000PFCLCD, which was $85 a few months ago, but is usually pricey.
That's true - certain PC's with poorly-designed Active PFC power supply won't tolerate "simulated sine wave" output and will simply turn off as soon as the power goes out in your house, even if you'll plug them into the "battery powered" outlet of your UPS. Most will work fine, though (personally I never seen that happen), but for anyone not willing to do experiments and potentially waste time on returning these UPS units - better to just go and get a model with "pure sine wave" output.
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Not available for order anymore.
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Not available for order anymore.
I just placed an order about two minutes ago.
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