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Jun 15, 2011
3 posts
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[Primecables.ca] PrimeCables.CA Free Shipping on primecables branded products

FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $29.99 ON ALL PRIMECABLES®-BRANDED PRODUCTS*

COUPON: FS29 *VALID ON ELIGIBLE PRODUCTS ONLY; OFFER ENDS MAY 2, 2021, 10:00 AM EST.
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Newbie
Jul 19, 2012
91 posts
289 upvotes
Pretty much everything is at full price.
Deal Addict
Jun 4, 2012
3999 posts
3466 upvotes
Can't have it both ways... They still need to make some $$$
Sr. Member
Aug 10, 2010
608 posts
760 upvotes
I used to be a big fan of primecables, but since they raised my favorite USB cable price from $8.99 to $14.99 a year or two ago, I seldom buy from them. Now, I usually just order from amazon as they have a cheaper minimum for free shipping and a lot more stuff I can buy as fillers.
Member
Mar 6, 2011
300 posts
180 upvotes
Use APPFS2 for free shipping in the app. I believe it has no minimum/restrictions. Today only.
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Deal Guru
Mar 1, 2002
11201 posts
8522 upvotes
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Bit clickbaity without the min spend in the title.
Deal Addict
Jul 22, 2019
2296 posts
3044 upvotes
dolcedor wrote: Pretty much everything is at full price.
. Even full price is "reasonable". Have you ever seen Canadian Tire prices?
shoppingsheep wrote: I used to be a big fan of primecables, but since they raised my favorite USB cable price from $8.99 to $14.99 a year or two ago, I seldom buy from them. Now, I usually just order from amazon as they have a cheaper minimum for free shipping and a lot more stuff I can buy as fillers.
This company is a lot smaller than Amazon. And it's apparently based in Montreal so a Canadian company. You mentioned yourself you need fillers to get free shipping with Amazon since I'm assuming you don't have prime. And even if you did have prime you're paying for the "membership".

Ah so many people always bitching about the small Canadian company. Everyones kids will be working for Amazon one day until robots become better at packaging boxes.

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