Boxing Day 2016 Deals

[Canada Computers] Canada Computers Boxing Week Flyer

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[Canada Computers] Canada Computers Boxing Week Flyer

Canada computers flyer is now available on their website:

http://www.canadacomputers.com/holiday- ... lyerEN.pdf

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The Boxing Day 2016 flyer from Canada Computers is available now on RedFlagDeals!

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The sale starts December 26 online and door crasher deals are only available in-store -- note that pricing won't reflect online until the sale begins.

We've listed a few of the offers below to help get you started.

Door Crashers (In-Store Only)
Cameras
Computers and Components
Home Theatre and Audio
Peripherals and Accessories
Televisions
This flyer is effective from December 26 to 31. Door crashers are available in-store only while other flyer items are available online and in-store -- click here to find the location nearest you. Canada Computers offers free shipping on all orders over $49.00.
Last edited by RFDSimon on Dec 21st, 2016 12:19 am, edited 1 time in total.
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so this includes boxing day deals and lasts for the whole week?

a few potentially hot items:
HP 250 G5 15.6" Intel i5-6200U, Noteboook 4GB DDR3L, 500GB HDD - $449
Crucial MX300 750GB - $189
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Hmm, 25% off Nespresso machines. Can I buy one now to qualify for the $100 coffee credit, and get a price adjustment from CanadaComputers on boxing day?
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Anyone knows which is the cheapest TV that comes with an XBOX One S?

Im in the market for a new tv (wanted something simple, not as big) - If I could get an xbox on the side wouldn't complain :P
huuuu! (¬'-')¬ C-('-'Q) straight!
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prices for computer components a little more expensive than black Friday that I had purchased from them. Happy I bought at BF and not waited.
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dracolnyte wrote:
Dec 21st, 2016 12:30 am
so this includes boxing day deals and lasts for the whole week?

a few potentially hot items:
HP 250 G5 15.6" Intel i5-6200U, Noteboook 4GB DDR3L, 500GB HDD - $449
Crucial MX300 750GB - $189
Unfortunately, HP 250 G5 comes only with a 1366 x 768 screen ....
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Decent price on the Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD: $100
Was hoping for some cheap RAM :(
Tis banana is IRIE :razz:

10% off is cold, 50% off is warm, 75% off is hot, but FREE IS RFD!
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6700k tempting. However I wonder how many people are going to buy it since Ryzen is just around the corner..
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TKWizard wrote:
Dec 21st, 2016 12:25 pm
6700k tempting. However I wonder how many people are going to buy it since Ryzen is just around the corner..
Wonder if the price on those will drop when the Intel 7xxx series desktop CPUs arrive in January and Ryzen in March?
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TKWizard wrote:
Dec 21st, 2016 12:25 pm
6700k tempting. However I wonder how many people are going to buy it since Ryzen is just around the corner..
Weren't both the 6700K and 6600K cheaper on BF? I clearly remember the latter being $250 at least, but not sure if it was CC or elsewhere that had that price.

As for Ryzen, lol. First off, stupid name AMD. Secondly don't trust anything AMD tells you until it's:
a. Confirmed by 3rd party/independent testing (i.e. wait for reviews)
b, Seen in stores at real prices (i.e. don't believe the fake MSRP nonsense AMD is likely going to feed people)

No one should "wait for" Ryzen. It's highly unlikely it will beat Intel in performance and pricing and availability remain to be seen. If it's like April next year you're going to buy/build then sure you're automatically waiting and you can see what Ryzen turns out to be. If you're thinking about building now, don't wait for AMD anything, just go with what there is now.

Edit: Anyway deals I can see in the flyer are fairly few and far between but here's the ones that caught my eye:
-Intel 600p--excellent price, same as NewEgg had for BF.
-DeepCool Malestrom 120K at $45 is pretty good, it's a perfectly competent 120mm x 27mm AIO/CLC--basically as good as any others in the class but much cheaper.
-Corsair CX450M PSU at $35 AR is not bad if one needs a lower-end PSU. You get it at basically the same price as the CX430 but with a few more watts and semi-modular capability. I wouldn't bother with the CX650M and CX750M "deals" as at that point one should be looking at the CS650M and CS750M as they have been similarly priced in the recent past and are much better.

Nothing else really seems to interesting to me.
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Dec 10, 2008
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You got a point.

Just need to wait for that NCIX Flyer now.
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ES_Revenge wrote:
Dec 21st, 2016 12:34 pm
Weren't both the 6700K and 6600K cheaper on BF? I clearly remember the latter being $250 at least, but not sure if it was CC or elsewhere that had that price.
The 6600K was $249 from amazon
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Anybody have experience with CC on Boxing Day online? Is the site able to handle the load?

Looking to grab the rx480gb oc and the 6600k (assuming NCIX/newegg doesn't beat that price). Should I be waking up early to grab them, or will it be relatively easy? The sale seems luke warm anyway.
92gsr wrote:
Nov 26th, 2013 6:19 pm
You provide them with your business after appying 20 coupons, breaking out the fine print in their price-match policies, printing out price-errors with requests that they honour the erroneous price, and returning 9 out of 10 products you purchased over the year.
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Sep 9, 2014
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Does anyone have any idea about the bundles?

The TV's look to be the same prices everywhere, but they're the only place with the free bundles.

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