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[Amazon.ca] Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SATA 2.5" Internal SSD (MZ-76E1T0/AM) $169.99

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[Amazon.ca] Samsung 860 EVO 1TB SATA 2.5" Internal SSD (MZ-76E1T0/AM) $169.99

This is the lowest it’s been as per CCC and shipped and sold by amazon.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B078DPCY3T

You can combine this with this deal to save an additional 10%

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Price has been changed to match at Staples as well but the question that keeps me from ordering right now is what will the price be during Black Friday sales.
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Hoping the nvme 1tb drives will drop like this on black friday
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dirk wrote: Price has been changed to match at Staples as well but the question that keeps me from ordering right now is what will the price be during Black Friday sales.
The trick is to buy it and request a return label before 30 days are up and as long as the drive gets shipped back, you can can your refund even after the return window.
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Ordered from Staples with 10% off coupon & 2% ebates but thank you to the OP as when i checked pricing this morning it was $219.99
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I wont be surprised if the price for this drive goes for $99 six months from today.

We'll see Samsung SSD's in Dollarama shortly folk, fasten your seatbelts Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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I'm still good from the $188 2TB MX500 which to me seems like still a way better deal, even recognizing that they aren't exactly the same thing twice the capacity is hard to argue with for slight differences in performance.
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Use code 62658 for $15 dollars off of $150 or more!
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dirk wrote: Ordered from Staples with 10% off coupon & 2% ebates but thank you to the OP as when i checked pricing this morning it was $219.99
As mentioned, I found a $15 off code, was the 10% from signing up online?
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65480 for 10% off technology purchase.

65474 for 15% off online purchases but it did not apply to SSD.


Wisecraker wrote: As mentioned, I found a $15 off code, was the 10% from signing up online?
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dirk wrote: Price has been changed to match at Staples as well but the question that keeps me from ordering right now is what will the price be during Black Friday sales.
Last year there was also a sale in october and when black friday came I dont remember if prices were the same. Anyone?

By the way, I think the sale price was 220 for a 1TB back in october of last year.
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Thanks, in for two. $175 all-in shipped to Ontario with the 15% off coupon.
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seanster wrote: Thanks, in for two. $175 all-in shipped to Ontario with the 15% off coupon.
you mean with 10% coupon. 175.14 all in.
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BinaryJay wrote: I'm still good from the $188 2TB MX500 which to me seems like still a way better deal, even recognizing that they aren't exactly the same thing twice the capacity is hard to argue with for slight differences in performance.
from the prime day sale? yeah i missed it.
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Can someone recommend an inexpensive but reliable Intel based SSD 1TB (SATA) if I want to stick with the Intel brand?
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shyhermit wrote: Can someone recommend an inexpensive but reliable Intel based SSD 1TB (SATA) if I want to stick with the Intel brand?
According to Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_SSDs) Intel hasn't released a new consumer SSD that uses SATA since 2017 and that drive tops out at 512GB. I think you'll need to go for NVMe instead of SATA, pay more for an enterprise/datacenter drive, or get something that's not Intel.
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Thanks, Skyspark.

Not wanting to hijack this thread, I described my search for an Intel SSD in the following thread. Much appreciate if you can take a look to see if you can offer me some concrete suggestion:

http://forums.redflagdeals.com/need-adv ... #p31526126
Skyspark wrote: According to Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_SSDs) Intel hasn't released a new consumer SSD that uses SATA since 2017 and that drive tops out at 512GB. I think you'll need to go for NVMe instead of SATA, pay more for an enterprise/datacenter drive, or get something that's not Intel.

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