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BETTER THAN BLACK FRIDAY! Casio Portable Keyboard Kit CTK2080 - Black (CTK2080TD) Target $56.99 & FREE SHIP

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Target has Casio Portable Keyboard Kit CTK2080 - Black (CTK2080TD) which comes with the 61 key keyboard, A/C adapter AND the stand for $56.99

Online & B&M. UPDATE: FREE SHIPPING!

I just picked it up in store since I don't have a Red card and shipping killed the deal. It is VERY NICE!

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Last Edited by swaggernaut812 December 17, 2012 at 07:06 PM
My local target had this in stock for about 5$ more than the online price. They price matched it to the online price (they said they do PM during holidays). I used it with the $10 gift card deal to make it sweeter.

http://slickdeals.net/f/5687606-NEW-FREE-10-TARGET-Gift-Card-Offer-Good-on-In-Store-Purchase-of-50-or-more-This-Coupon-Good-Thru-Closing-Sat-12-15-12?

UPDATE: Target is now selling this in store for $49.99 + Tax (not available online)

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#16
This deal is no where near the $250 weighted key 88 key Digital Piano deal around Black Friday... even for a deal, you get what you pay for.
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They ran this same deal last year. We bought it for our 9 year old to practice at home. She loves it.
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and a crap load of more room. I bought the casio digital piano with 88 keys and its literally the width of my room!
I am a DJ and I have full size piano and I keep in a storage locker and throw parties directly fromn the storage facility
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I purchased this one you linked for $90 from a local store that had picks up overstock from our Costco (so, it is like a Big Lots version of Costco merchandise, which is flat out awesome). I only played around with it in store (christmas gift for my 4-year old), but it seemed pretty damn nice. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it.
What store is that? Do all Costcos do that?
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I bought this piano last year on black friday at target for the same price. This piano is great and very responsive.
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#21
"responsive"(whatever you guys are trying to refer to by that) =/= touch sensitive

touch sensitive means the volume output of the note is in direct correlation to the the force at which you hit the key(as an actual piano would), and this one is nothing close to having weighted keys(which is another class altogether), if by black friday you are referring to the Casio digital piano deal at Guitar Center this has zero revelance to that, they are not remotely close to the same type of instrument
that was an actual digital piano with 88 hammer weigthed keys with some resemblance of playing a piano for actual musicians, this is a glorified toy with fancy features, fine for a kid though
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What store is that? Do all Costcos do that?
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Well, it is a locally owned store called 'Savemore,' so no, it isn't a chain.

My understanding is that Costco's back end warehouse managers have a certain budget amount they can work with in terms of selling off returned / overstock items in bulk or even just giving them away. The wife of our local warehouse manager used to babysit my kids while I ran a division of a Habitat for Humanity affiliate. HFH has what they call 'ReStores' (like Salvation Army / Goodwill) and during that time he used to give us furniture returns for free to sell in our store.

While you often see returned / overstocked electronics and other miscellaneous items out on palettes for clearance, when was the last time you saw a big piece of furniture? Never for me. It's because they donate those items to local stores or sell them at next to nothing prices.

So, this Savemore store is chock full of Costco merchandise (and Target does this too, but to a lesser extent) at 50% to 75% of the Costco cost. It's basically a daily grab bag that I check out at least once a week.
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Well, it is a locally owned store called 'Savemore,' so no, it isn't a chain.

My understanding is that Costco's back end warehouse managers have a certain budget amount they can work with in terms of selling off returned / overstock items in bulk or even just giving them away. The wife of our local warehouse manager used to babysit my kids while I ran a division of a Habitat for Humanity affiliate. HFH has what they call 'ReStores' (like Salvation Army / Goodwill) and during that time he used to give us furniture returns for free to sell in our store.

While you often see returned / overstocked electronics and other miscellaneous items out on palettes for clearance, when was the last time you saw a big piece of furniture? Never for me. It's because they donate those items to local stores or sell them at next to nothing prices.

So, this Savemore store is chock full of Costco merchandise (and Target does this too, but to a lesser extent) at 50% to 75% of the Costco cost. It's basically a daily grab bag that I check out at least once a week.
Interesting.. Thanks for sharing that info
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why are people trying to compare this to a $300 keyboard? This is an entry level keyboard but far above a kids keyboard toy for those who don't want to spend a fortune on something they may or maynot use or like.
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If it's not an SK-1 and I can't sample my dog's bark I'm not interested.

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#26
Thanks OP! Picked it for my 2 year old.She seems to be fascinated with "pianos." At this price, she can bang on it all she wants, and I don't have to worry about her breaking anything expensive.
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#27
Can we PM with BF deal, I bought this for 69 on BF. $10 is still $10 n can buy many things
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Can we PM with BF deal, I bought this for 69 on BF. $10 is still $10 n can buy many things
$69 on BF from target?

I'm pretty sure they will match if you bring in your old receipt. I'm too lazy to double check their policy right now, but two years ago I bought a TV there and went back twice within a few weeks with just a receipt and had them refund the difference for me.
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#29
Like the light-up keys to learn? Upgrade to the Casio LK-165 at $99.99, also at Target. Regularly priced $129.99.
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#30
my GF wanted a keyboard since we don't have a piano in our house. Worth getting or should I look for a more "professional" option?
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