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Select Target Stores: 5TB Seagate One Touch Portable External HD (Black) EXPIRED

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Target has 5TB Seagate One Touch Portable External HD w/ Rescue Data Recovery Service (Black, STKC5000400) on sale for $84.99 (price in cart). Select free store pickup where available.
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    • The 5TB Seagate One Touch Portable External HD w/ Rescue Data Recovery Service (Black, STKC5000400) is $50 less (37% savings) than the list price.
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Up to 5TB of massive capacity portable external hard drive for file backup
Compatible with USB 3.2 Gen 1 (USB 3.0)
Works with Windows and Mac without the need to reformat without needing to reformat
Offers customized backup and folder mirroring
Powered by USB connection
Includes 1-year Mylio Create plan and 2-months Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan membership (not available in all countries)
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Think you're confused Smilie This is a portable drive, 2.5"/laptop size, not the big standard 3.5". So the $15/TB doesn't apply.

So yea, this is a great price actually!
Bought one a while back (Costco)

So impressed with the size and speed, bought 2 more over the last month or so.

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brought one using price match with bestbuy
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This is a great price, most good deals on this size have been $90, I hardly see it lower
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Not a particularly great price for a SMR external drive. $15/TB is the target.
Think you're confused Smilie This is a portable drive, 2.5"/laptop size, not the big standard 3.5". So the $15/TB doesn't apply.

So yea, this is a great price actually!
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Bought one a while back (Costco)

So impressed with the size and speed, bought 2 more over the last month or so.
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Is this it chief?
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Bought one a while back (Costco)

So impressed with the size and speed, bought 2 more over the last month or so.
How much did you pay? If same price, I would rather go Costco way
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How much did you pay? If same price, I would rather go Costco way
Paid like between $99 and $109. Maybe less, but definitely not more.

Beats paying like $369 in ~2001 for a 18GB SCSI drive just to work with an old Akai S2800 sampler. It's a such a great time for tech.
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How much did you pay? If same price, I would rather go Costco way
It is $89 at Costco now.

https://www.costco.com/seagate-on...61181.html
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Nice price but when the drive breaks a lot of data will fall 🤔
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would buy from costco but the extra 5% off for redcard seals the deal for me, in for 2
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