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6TB Seagate Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 External Hard Drive EXPIRED

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Staples.com has 6TB Seagate Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 External Hard Drive (STEL6000100) + Small Filler for $100.98 - $25 off w/ promo code 36139 = $75.98. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits. Thanks grafnburgz

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Our research indicates that 6TB Seagate Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 External Hard Drive is $23.21 less (23.21% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $99.99. -slickdewmaster

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This is similar to previous deal weeks ago, just different coupon code.

6TB external HD, plug in. On sale for $99.99 ($40 off). You're going to need a filler to push the total over $100 to use the coupon. Coupon code 36139 for $25 off $100..

https://www.staples.com/Seagate-B...ct_2431927

Better yet, I bought $125 worth of things, used the 25 off 100 coupon, and also used my Amex Offers for $25 back on $100 purchase.

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Get a one-time $25 statement credit by using your enrolled Business Card to spend a minimum of $100+ in one or more transactions in-store at Staples or online at Staples.com by 12/31/2019. See terms for exclusions.
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Every time I give Seagate a chance, I regret it. I've had every one of their drives die on me going back 15 years. Every so often, people tell me 'they're better now' and it's never true.

But for $75... It's a really good deal.

Fool me once, etc.
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I have this drive and it literally died shortly after a year of use. Also in the same week as my other Seagate 3TB external hard drive connected to my Xbox. I'm a little wary of Seagate now.
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seems like a decent deal. ?
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Thanks for posting. What Amex card do you have? I don't see this on my Blue Cash Everyday.
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Thanks for posting. What Amex card do you have? I don't see this on my Blue Cash Everyday.
Mine is simply called "Blue Cash". It's a card from long time ago, not sure the differences between the card types.
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In for one, thanks!
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Thanks, grabbed one for instore pickup for my brother!
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Are these ok to shuck and put into an eSata enclosure and connect to a DirecTV DVR?
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I own this drive from last time. Great drive
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Can we attach a SATA to USB 3.0 to use the barracuda drives? Or does the USB not have enough power to do that?
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Oos for delivery
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Are these ok to shuck and put into an eSata enclosure and connect to a DirecTV DVR?
I don't think you can hook up external drive to a DirecTV DVR I ask the installer one time and he said that they have it where you can't do that no more if you find out something different please let me know very interested in this idea
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I don't think you can hook up external drive to a DirecTV DVR I ask the installer one time and he said that they have it where you can't do that no more if you find out something different please let me know very interested in this idea
you can. done it a ton of times. you just need to connect it with an eSata cable. So make sure either the external drive has an eSata input (rare) or buy an enclosure with an eSata input and put a drive in there. In the case of this drive from Staples, you'd need to take out the drive inside and put it into an enclosure with an eSata port and connect it to the eSata port in the back of the DVR with an eSata Cable.
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