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Toshiba P300 1TB 7200RPM SATA III 6Gb/s 3.5" OEM Internal Hard Drive $24.99 after $5 off $30 in store only

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Hi all, here is a in-store deal at Micro Center:


Toshiba P300 1TB 7200RPM SATA III 6Gb/s 3.5" OEM Internal Hard Drive $29.99, then head on over to RMN to collect your $5 off $30. total is $24.99, limit one

I did buy online and pick up in store, threw in a $1 switch i needed and as a filler


http://www.microcenter.com/produc...Hard_Drive
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Coupon image attached, $5 off $30
exp. Thursday, November 30

Nice find.
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thanks for attaching that coupon image makes it even easier, its a great hard drive especially at that price point
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This seems like a good deal. Wonder what the catch is.
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No catch I picked one up paid in store and on my way
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What time did you use this coupon? I placed an order at 7:00PM for pick up and it said the coupon expired. Anyway, I need to go there tomorrow or day after and see if they will take it in person. Last time too, they did not (in store).
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I ordered online at around 1pm and picked up just before they closed at 9pm
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What time did you use this coupon? I placed an order at 7:00PM for pick up and it said the coupon expired. Anyway, I need to go there tomorrow or day after and see if they will take it in person. Last time too, they did not (in store).
Here's the link:

https://www.retailmenot.com/view/microcenter.com

Print off your own coupon. The coupon image above has a bar code on it, and it's been used already. I just used one of these printed coupons last week in the PA store, and the clerk had no problem accepting it or scanning it.
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Hi all, here is a in-store deal at Micro Center:


Toshiba P300 1TB 7200RPM SATA III 6Gb/s 3.5" OEM Internal Hard Drive $29.99, then head on over to RMN to collect your $5 off $30. total is $24.99, limit one

I did buy online and pick up in store, threw in a $1 switch i needed and as a filler


http://www.microcenter.com/produc...Hard_Drive
Did you mean you reserved online, and paid in store? Coupon states for in store purchase. That is how I would do this to be safe, in case you misspoke. Seems the only way to add a filler in the store to get the coupon to work is if you pay all at once also (other than doing a return and rebuy with filler). Maybe you added the filler online though.
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This seems like a good deal. Wonder what the catch is.
My only reservation is this is a spinner drive, not SSD. I missed that at first, and thought this was a killer deal. Still a good deal, if you can use one with such limited storage.
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Do they have only 90 days warranty
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Here's the link:

https://www.retailmenot.com/view/microcenter.com

Print off your own coupon. The coupon image above has a bar code on it, and it's been used already. I just used one of these printed coupons last week in the PA store, and the clerk had no problem accepting it or scanning it.
Thank you. It appears the same link produces coupon with different numbers depending on your use of a PC (I use win 10, Chrome browser - on PC it keeps producing the same code like yesterday try Vs today) or a mobile phone (Android, chrome).Or may be the mobile numbers are less frequently used and hence still valid.
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I really wish I had a MicroCenter near me ><

I have to drive 5 hours to get to the nearest one.
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Thank you. It appears the same link produces coupon with different numbers depending on your use of a PC (I use win 10, Chrome browser - on PC it keeps producing the same code like yesterday try Vs today) or a mobile phone (Android, chrome).Or may be the mobile numbers are less frequently used and hence still valid.
It will give you a unique code from different devices, but same code from same IP if you try more than once. I don't know about cellular devices though with repeat attempts.
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