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NETGEAR Orbi AC3000 (RBK50) Mesh WiFi System (2-pack) $279.99

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Amazon [amazon.com] current has the NETGEAR Orbi AC3000 (RBK50) Mesh WiFi System (2-pack) on sale for $279.99.

This is the lowest price ever for Amazon according to CCC (by $50). Matching Dell's black friday deal of $279.99 and the other deal from B&H photo.

https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-Or...words=orbi
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Is this better than Ubiquiti AC-Pro which covers 4,000 Sq ft costs 1/2 the price.
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Was getting ready to post this as well. Best Buy also has it at this price. https://www.bestbuy.com/site/netg...Id=5577333
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Combine these two offers for an extra 15$ off!

10$ credit when you reload 100$ balance: https://slickdeals.net/f/10302556-earn-10-amazon-bonus-w-1st-amazon-gift-card-reload-100-select-accounts

5$ credit for installing the add-on for Amazon (just click this link for the instant discount): https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs...nfirmation

Just ordered one myself. Very slick deal for the single best mesh home network on the market. Can expand to more units at a later date too. 265USD shipped. Hype. Selling my old Netgear Nighthawk 9000 for 120US also, so even slicker at 145US.
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Same price at best buy + you can get a 15% coupon at bb store if you recycle any old router modem or other networking gear.
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$250 from newegg/ebay was the deal. This is not - everyone has it at this price: Staples, Best buy etc.
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Dell has $50 extra off with amex offer!
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Dell has $50 extra off with amex offer!
dell amex offer varies by card and you must spend $299+ to get $50 off
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I'm in. Spending a little more than other deals to use Amazon 6-month financing makes it more palatable to the accounting department my wife.
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I'm going to try for the Best Buy deal where you turn in an old router/networking equip and get a 15% coupon
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Is this better than Ubiquiti AC-Pro which covers 4,000 Sq ft costs 1/2 the price.
I would say so. I have owned numerous routers/access points's in search of better coverage and nothing matched Orbi. If you can run ethernet cable, then an AP is a good choice but still more complicated in my experience. I'd say go with the Orbi at this price
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