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Alesis Coda Pro 88-Key Digital Piano at Amazon for $232.19

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Digital piano on sale for $290 and then additional 20% off makes this the lowest ever on Amazon. Rating of this piano is 4/5 like the Yamaha P45.
Alesis Coda Pro 88-Key Digital Piano on sale at Amazon for $290 - 20% = $232.19 plus tax
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Price creeps up. It's $312.68 - 20% = $250.14 plus tax - Free 2 day shipping and free snacks for Prime members

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Can someone recommend a nice stand for this?
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Been waiting for a great deal on an 88-key digital piano with fully weighted keys. Thanks op!
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Showing $311.04 - $62.21 = $248.83 before tax for me. Still seems like a pretty good deal.
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Quote from ItchyHands
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Can someone recommend a nice stand for this?
You can get an Alesis Coda stand that includes the pedals for $99 and if you used Amazon Prime store card, you can get 10% cash back
https://www.amazon.com/Alesis-Digital-Pianos-Sostenuto-Sustain/dp/B00SHCH5RO/ref=pd_bxgy_267_2?_enco... [amazon.com]

or a Yamaha stand for $24.20 also with 10% cash back using Amazon Prime store card
https://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-PKBB1-Adjustable-Keyboard-X-Style/dp/B00I362NXU/ref=pd_bxgy_267_3?_enc... [amazon.com]
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A couple features regarding this piano:
You can also record directly on this piano.
You will also get free 3 month online lessons at:

https://www.skoove.com/promotions/amazon-us
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WOW! ty this was in my cart watching so maybe I could get it for Christmas!
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My base item price is showing $349.99. Did they raise the price?
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showing $350 now for me
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I paid 200 off eBay brand new several months ago
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What's the difference between Hammer Action keys vs semi weighted keys
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I hate Amazons creeping price game! I never buy once it starts...
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Is it dead?
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$365 - 20% = $292 now.
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What's the difference between Hammer Action keys vs semi weighted keys
Hammer action pianos are meant to feel like a real classic piano. Semi weighted means that the keys are much lighter and are easier to play; they do not feel like a real piano.
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