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Linksys Velop 3 pack @ Best Buy $366.49 b4 Tax

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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/link...Id=5709451

Must be purchased in store in order to get 15% off from recycling program.

Linksys Velop 3 pack, WHW0303
Original Price $499.99
Sale Discount -$70
Networking recycle 15% off, -$64.50

Total price before tax $366.49

At Best Buy.

You need to trade in an old modem, router to get the 15% off.

Best deal I can find now as I was about to pull the 2 pack trigger at Costco for $299.99. You can also apply this 15% off for the 2 pack Velop at Best Buy. You can do the math.

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Where is this network recycle thing? Also does the router have to physically work to trade in?
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Where is this network recycle thing? Also does the router have to physically work to trade in?
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/recy...7300657381

And no it does not have to work.
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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/recy...7300657381

And no it does not have to work.
Smashed is correct. The best buy guy didn't even bother to connect it. The coupon of 15% is good until 7/1/2018, so I figure I keep it for future slick deals to add on as the coupon didn't indicate exclude sales price add on additional saving.
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I've got a 3 pack linksys velop I'm looking to sell. $315 shipped. If anyone is interested, PM me.
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I've got a 3 pack linksys velop I'm looking to sell. $315 shipped. If anyone is interested, PM me.
Why are you selling? Does it not work well?
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Why are you selling? Does it not work well?
It worked fine, I just came to realize it's geared for more of an entry level guy. In other words, joe home owner that just wants to get something going quickly. I missed my old asus router config settings. The linksys config panel didn't have nearly as many options as asus has. When asus came out with aimesh, I figured I would try it. Get a mesh network and keep my control panel.

The velop is great if you want something that just works out of the box and you don't want to mess with a lot!
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It worked fine, I just came to realize it's geared for more of an entry level guy. In other words, joe home owner that just wants to get something going quickly. I missed my old asus router config settings. The linksys config panel didn't have nearly as many options as asus has. When asus came out with aimesh, I figured I would try it. Get a mesh network and keep my control panel.

The velop is great if you want something that just works out of the box and you don't want to mess with a lot!

Thanks.
This may be off topic...

I'm a geek too and looking for a techie mesh router setup.
Is Asus your final choice?

I'm budgeting about $400 for this project.
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Thanks.
This may be off topic...

I'm a geek too and looking for a techie mesh router setup.
Is Asus your final choice?

I'm budgeting about $400 for this project.
So far I've only added two ASUS RT-AC68U (converted t-mobiles) to my network but been happy so far. There is some research to do (find the other threads that deal with the t-mobile conversions) as far as converting them. But they can be had for $60-$70 each (less with sale)... for the t-mobile versions. The regular AC68U runs more, but is the same.

This thread has a lot of info:
https://slickdeals.net/f/11132411-asus-tm-ac1900-dual-band-gigabit-router-new-59-99-free-shipping?v=1

There were some complaints about Aimesh but it seems to be working OK for me, but I don't really walk around my house much streaming video or using wifi calling. So the handoff thing to me doesn't really matter. I am more about trying to get devices better wifi signal. I've probably gone over the top, but that's what we do!
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So far I've only added two ASUS RT-AC68U (converted t-mobiles) to my network but been happy so far. There is some research to do (find the other threads that deal with the t-mobile conversions) as far as converting them. But they can be had for $60-$70 each (less with sale)... for the t-mobile versions. The regular AC68U runs more, but is the same.

This thread has a lot of info:
https://slickdeals.net/f/11132411-asus-tm-ac1900-dual-band-gigabit-router-new-59-99-free-shipping?v=1

There were some complaints about Aimesh but it seems to be working OK for me, but I don't really walk around my house much streaming video or using wifi calling. So the handoff thing to me doesn't really matter. I am more about trying to get devices better wifi signal. I've probably gone over the top, but that's what we do!
Thanks and repped.
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