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Fitbit Blaze smart watch $139.99 plus $5 shipping (open box)

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Last Edited by jersharocks September 26, 2016 at 12:16 PM
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Today only, and while supplies last, Woot has the open-box Fitbit Blaze for $139.99, plus $5 for shipping. (Take note, please, that shipping is estimated for around the first week of October, even if you upgrade to two-day.) Most places, it still sells for $200.

Although these are open-box models, they're still classified as "new in original but unsealed packaging." That ostensibly nullifies the original warranty, but Woot gives you 90 days.
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sorry, but i cann't open link Frown
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Try this:
http://www.woot.com/offers/fitbit..._dly_wobtn
Checkout was really easy, linked my account to Amazon and was even able to use Amazon credit card for check out. Was holding out on the Blaze till Black Friday, but this was too tempting to not pass up. Thanks UP!
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These were available for $150 at Macy's with the AmEx deal last month and $160 elsewhere at the time. Saving $5-15 more for a used one doesn't seem like much of a deal.
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Waiting for the blaze 2!
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Quote from ManUpOrShutUp View Post :
These were available for $150 at Macy's with the AmEx deal last month and $160 elsewhere at the time. Saving $5-15 more for a used one doesn't seem like much of a deal.
So how much should it be, before it's a deal?

The fact it's lowest price ever isn't good enough now? Especially since many people don't have AMEX any more as CostCo switched from AMEX to Visa... laugh out loud

The SD effect - nothing is good enough any more, even $5 or $10 or $15 savings is not a deal any more, LOL.
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Quote from cheap_bastid View Post :
So how much should it be, before it's a deal?

The fact it's lowest price ever isn't good enough now? Especially since many people don't have AMEX any more as CostCo switched from AMEX to Visa... laugh out loud

The SD effect - nothing is good enough any more, even $5 or $10 or $15 savings is not a deal any more, LOL.
If we were comparing apples to apples, $5 savings would be great. However, we're talking about a paltry 3% savings to take a used product from a highly disreputable retailer over a new one from a retailer that is considered to have one of the best return policies in the industry. If you have an issue with your Woot purchase you have no manufacturer warranty and a virtually useless store guarantee from a business that has a 1/10 from ResellerRatings [resellerratings.com], a 2.9/10 with Trustpilot [trustpilot.com], and 506 complaints with the BBB [bbb.org] in only 3 years.
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