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[Merged] Nexus 7 Tablet 16gb - $209 / 32gb -$259 / 32gb 3g -$309

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chinesedevil wrote:
Oct 29th, 2012 2:44 pm
they might, you never know. Those guys love to pull stuff out of their ***** . Of course it's worth a shot haha
$19.99 for shipping to GTA .
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Senatorsca wrote:
Oct 29th, 2012 2:46 pm
Just want to mention I bought my 32gb N7 this morning at Best Buy Kanata here in Ottawa. They had 15, and at least 5 of them were gone in the first 10 minutes.
Did they charge shipping? I'm waiting for staples to carry it to use my easy rewards coupon
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its still showing at 259 at bestbuy.ca
wonder if we can do a PM with Google Store :P
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N7 16G drops fast. Nice.
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Shipping? I bought it in store and took it home they had some in stock? I didn't price match I paid $269
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Fladyz wrote:
Oct 29th, 2012 3:13 pm
its still showing at 259 at bestbuy.ca
wonder if we can do a PM with Google Store :P
I successfully price protected at Bestbuy today, so you should be fine with a PM
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I do not get it why nexus 7 does not have rear camera?!
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I bought the Nexus 7 - 16gb version from Staples a week ago. I paid the $259 price point. I'm wondering if anyone here knows if I can take the receipt back to Staples and get them to Price Protect to the Google Play Store (will them PM the Google Play Store..???)
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Shouldn't this be moved to Computers and Electronics vs Cell Phones? OP please verify.
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Senatorsca wrote:
Oct 29th, 2012 2:46 pm
Just want to mention I bought my 32gb N7 this morning at Best Buy Kanata here in Ottawa. They had 15, and at least 5 of them were gone in the first 10 minutes.
Sweet. I have a BB gift card that needs to be used!
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Come on, slapped? You are buying technology, price goes down immediately after you buy it. Laggards in the bell stats curve usually pay a heavy price more than early adopters. Just think about it.
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Senatorsca wrote:
Oct 29th, 2012 2:46 pm
Just want to mention I bought my 32gb N7 this morning at Best Buy Kanata here in Ottawa. They had 15, and at least 5 of them were gone in the first 10 minutes.
How much was it there?
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lordalfa wrote:
Oct 29th, 2012 4:34 pm
Come on, slapped? You are buying technology, price goes down immediately after you buy it. Laggards in the bell stats curve usually pay a heavy price more than early adopters. Just think about it.
There should be a certain lifespan to products. Given it came out around 4 months ago, you'd hope the product holds it's value for at least half a year. To buy a product and then turn around and have it drop in price is terrible. This is bad practice. You can do a price drop if your product doesn't sell well (to stimulate sales) -- the company then has no choice. To do this tactic otherwise is bad for resale value and perceived cost of a product. I have to favour Apple in pricing in this matter (except for the iPad 3). They keep their prices/products consistent for a year and the next refresh of the product stays at the same price. This perceived cost helps the customer make informed purchases. Paying less is better but the price should have been $209 to begin with then -- don't screw early adopters over like this (we're not talking a significant amount of time here).
- Don't support hoarding. Do your research, decide on the price you want to pay for it. Don't ever pay more than that.
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