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Topic # 151739 3-Sep-2014 16:28
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http://www.dicksmith.co.nz/seagate-expansion-2tb-desktop-hard-drive-usb-3-0-dsnz-xm1405

$101 with free shipping, use promo voucher TAKE20OFF to add a 20$ discount off a $99-299 purchase today only

Right now they still sell for $80+ on TM secondhand so it's a decent deal, thanks to brand from GP for posting it there.

 

Terms & Conditions: Receive $20 off when you spend $99 - $299 and enter the code TAKE20OFF at the checkout, $40 off when you spend $300 - $499 and enter the code TAKE40OFF at the checkout, $60 off when you spend $500 - $999 and enter the code TAKE60OFF at the checkout, or $80 off when you spend $1000 or more and enter the code TAKE80OFF at the checkout. Valid Wednesday 3rd September until 11:59PM NZT unless sold out prior at www.dicksmith.co.nz only. Offer is limited to the first 200 customers only. Offer is not available for Click & Collect orders. Excludes Apple, Beats By Dre., Bose, FitBit, GoPro, Jawbone, and Toshiba branded products, Prepaid Mobile Products, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy Tab S, Gift Cards, Xbox Live and PSN Cards, and selected advertised lines (GE4033, GE4139, GE4141, GE4143, GE4146, GE4149, GE4150, GE4149, XC9233, XM1419, XM1425, XM1434, XM1465). Only 1 (one) discount per transaction per customer is permitted. Dick Smith standard terms and conditions apply.




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  Reply # 1121360 3-Sep-2014 18:52
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Cheers. Bought two, much cheaper than buying a 4tb drive.

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  Reply # 1121456 3-Sep-2014 22:25
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Interesting. I wouldnt get a 2TB that wasnt a 2.5" USB powered one now tho - 5TB seems to be the sweetspot $/gig wise now.




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  Reply # 1121751 4-Sep-2014 12:18
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Coupon Code is not valid
Not that I would purchase from DSE Online anyway

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  Reply # 1121754 4-Sep-2014 12:23
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nzkiwiman: Coupon Code is not valid
Not that I would purchase from DSE Online anyway


The OP says "Today only" and was posted yesterday.

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  Reply # 1138757 27-Sep-2014 15:28
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These are now $74 if you apply DSE's $25 off code over the weekend.




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  Reply # 1143518 29-Sep-2014 13:08
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thanks very muchsealed

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  Reply # 1143519 29-Sep-2014 13:08
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thanks very muchsealed

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  Reply # 1143552 29-Sep-2014 13:52
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got one coming in the mail as well, thanks

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  Reply # 1143649 29-Sep-2014 16:56
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  Reply # 1143661 29-Sep-2014 17:12
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From what I saw on my (admittedly brief) look through that article, they don't use 2TB Seagates at all. Maybe if the 3TB drives have an extra platter in the same space (don't actually know if they do or not), they get less reliable. Besides, for $74 each, I'll take the chance (and hope I don't regret it).




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  Reply # 1143715 29-Sep-2014 18:25
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Where is the 25 off code hiding?

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  Reply # 1143725 29-Sep-2014 18:33
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nathan: Where is the 25 off code hiding?


It was in a big banner at the top of the site, but it was was only valid in the weekend.




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  Reply # 1143728 29-Sep-2014 18:34
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nathan: Where is the 25 off code hiding?


Sorry, it was only over the weekend




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  Reply # 1143734 29-Sep-2014 18:44
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It's currently $99 (today only) with a further 5% off if you enter today's code. 

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