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Topic # 225481 21-Nov-2017 10:45
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Amazon is selling Crucial MX300 1TB SSD for US$ 237.99 (and it ships to New Zealand)





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  Reply # 1905149 21-Nov-2017 11:16
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I was going to grab one too, but PB Tech have it on special for even cheaper at present (NZ$ 463.34 from Amazon with standard shipping of $8.70 and import fees deposit of $92.05, versus $424.35 at PB Tech)

 

https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/HDDCRU20800/Crucial-MX300-1TB-25-inch-SSD-7mm--95mm-adaptor--5




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  Reply # 1905158 21-Nov-2017 11:40
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LostBoyNZ:

 

I was going to grab one too, but PB Tech have it on special for even cheaper at present (NZ$ 463.34 from Amazon with standard shipping of $8.70 and import fees deposit of $92.05, versus $424.35 at PB Tech)

 

 

The Amazon price plus shipping comes to NZ$365 - that's still cheaper than $424 at PB Tech.

 

The import fee deposit is refunded if not used - and at this price it shouldn't (although it's pretty close and if you select a different shipping it may tip the balance).





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1905205 21-Nov-2017 12:24
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Apologies there, I didn't know the deposit is refunded if not used (that makes perfect sense why it's a "deposit"). That's right, it's getting very close to the $60 threshold but is still under it with the standard shipping.


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