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[Staples] Bose QuietComfort 25 and other clearance items 25% off - YMMV

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[Staples] Bose QuietComfort 25 and other clearance items 25% off - YMMV

Hey,

I've seen a few individual threads about specific items, but I figured I'd make a general one too.

Last time they did the clearance, I can't remember if it ever went to 50% off. But when it does, those can be good discounts.

The QuietComfort 25 are $229.99 with an additional 25% off. It's better than the Best Buy at $189.99 deal. Biggest problem is that for the inline controls to work, they have two models, one for Android and one for Apple. The Newmarket location had one left for the Apple version. I had to go to Keswick for the Android version.

While in Keswick though, I bought the Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse for $9.97 minus 25% off. Though it's for mac... I didn't realize that unfortunately. So not sure if it will actually be useful for me...
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Vishalca wrote:
Dec 30th, 2017 4:11 pm
These deals are in-store only?
Yes. They have this clearance sale every year. Nothing interesting at the downtown Ottawa store.
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Can confirm this deal is live in store at Staples.

Might be able to stack with additional e-mail coupons i.e $15 off $150
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For me, the Bose 25 started at $229.97 minus 25%, which was $57.49. So $172.48 before tax.

Not sure about price matching, since it's considered a "clearance" item.
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Skilas wrote:
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For me, the Bose 25 started at $229.97 minus 25%, which was $57.49. So $172.48 before tax.

Not sure about price matching, since it's considered a "clearance" item.
Hi, what's the 25% off ? The pic shows $229.
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carmageddon wrote:
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Hi, what's the 25% off ? The pic shows $229.
Clearance items are currently 25% off. Another poster showed the tag as a clearance item.
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Would this also apple to the iMac at $999.97 be an additional 25%
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I don't think Bose is included in their clearance events. Laptops and tablets definitely are not.
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Ths price of for qc25 keeps droping and droping. I will waiting a few more weeks to catch this weven lower!
I got Fido $15/month plan.
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Hey, incase anyone was curious, here is a screenshot of my receipt.
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Does not look like actual computers are included. Click on the photo to see what's included.
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Skilas wrote:
Dec 30th, 2017 4:09 pm
Hey,

I've seen a few individual threads about specific items, but I figured I'd make a general one too.

Last time they did the clearance, I can't remember if it ever went to 50% off. But when it does, those can be good discounts.

The QuietComfort 25 are $229.99 with an additional 25% off. It's better than the Best Buy at $189.99 deal. Biggest problem is that for the inline controls to work, they have two models, one for Android and one for Apple. The Newmarket location had one left for the Apple version. I had to go to Keswick for the Android version.

While in Keswick though, I bought the Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse for $9.97 minus 25% off. Though it's for mac... I didn't realize that unfortunately. So not sure if it will actually be useful for me...
You may be able to get Windows or other drivers for the mouse. It should still work as a normal mouse regardless. The drivers add additional features. I use the Mac version when traveling. I like it’s small size and rechargeable battery for that. I would not use it as a home mouse.
Hope that helps.
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karlb wrote:
Dec 30th, 2017 8:58 pm
You may be able to get Windows or other drivers for the mouse. It should still work as a normal mouse regardless. The drivers add additional features. I use the Mac version when traveling. I like it’s small size and rechargeable battery for that. I would not use it as a home mouse.
Hope that helps.
Is it just a driver thing? Otherwise the whole MAC/PC thing doesn't really matter? Hope so. It was cheap enough that it doesn't really matter to me, but I thought it would make for a nice little portable mouse.

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