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Costco.ca ONLINE Deals - November/December 2013

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Costco.ca ONLINE Deals - November/December 2013

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These are the online deals at Costco for November & December 2013. Note the effective dates for each item.

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Have you seen a lower price for the Blendtec? I remember seeing it in-store at 359$ but I believe it was the 'bare-bone' model. The one on sale online has both the WildSide and FourSide jar.
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Thanks. I am in the market to purchase a entry-level piano. Is Casio AP-250 a good buy? The regular price is $1000, after 250 off, the final price is $750 + tax. Suggestions?
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MacbookPro2004 wrote:
Nov 5th, 2013 6:42 pm
Thanks. I am in the market to purchase a entry-level piano. Is Casio AP-250 a good buy? The regular price is $1000, after 250 off, the final price is $750 + tax. Suggestions?
A used apartment style REAL piano would cost about 1000$-1500$, it's up to you.
A real piano is the real deal, but it requires maintenance, tuning, care, etc.
A digital piano is just as good as its speakers, but it's small, movable, and doesn't go out of tune.
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Thanks. Probably would not to buy a real piano, no such space for it, and dont have extra energy to do regular maintenance...

Silly question, is that possible to connect an exterior high end book-shelf speaker to the digital piano?
alkizmo wrote:
Nov 5th, 2013 6:45 pm
A used apartment style REAL piano would cost about 1000$-1500$, it's up to you.
A real piano is the real deal, but it requires maintenance, tuning, care, etc.
A digital piano is just as good as its speakers, but it's small, movable, and doesn't go out of tune.
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MacbookPro2004 wrote:
Nov 5th, 2013 6:48 pm
Thanks. Probably would not to buy a real piano, no such space for it, and dont have extra energy to do regular maintenance...

Silly question, is that possible to connect an exterior high end book-shelf speaker to the digital piano?
Yeah. I don't know about all digital pianos, but the one my son started with, had a 6.35mm audio jack.
But it's still going to not sound like the real thing.
However, I do admit some digital pianos do sound pretty amazing. I suggest you go for one that has a full sized keyboard and mechanical keys (for the feel).

BTW space wise, an apartment sized piano is pretty compact, it is only about 18" deep. Maintenace is not DIY, what I'm talking about is tuning. If you can afford to pay for a tuner once or twice a year (100$ a visit), then it's zero effort on your behalf.
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nimor107 wrote:
Nov 5th, 2013 6:41 pm
Have you seen a lower price for the Blendtec? I remember seeing it in-store at 359$ but I believe it was the 'bare-bone' model. The one on sale online has both the WildSide and FourSide jar.
Yes it was 349 last year for the online package, both jars included. Still a good deal, I will be ordering one
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If I buy something now anticipating that the price will go down in early December (based on the catalog information), will Costco refund me the difference? TIA.
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Thanks OP. Great price on the Blendtec. Just about bought a used one today for $275. The Costco price is basically the same when you consider $100 for the extra jar and I get a full warranty.

Great deal. Thanks again.

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