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[The Source] Powerbeats³ Wireless Earphones - $106.24 w/ PSP OR $112.50 with PM

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[The Source] Powerbeats³ Wireless Earphones - $106.24 w/ PSP OR $112.50 with PM

Hey everyone, the Source has Powerbeats3 Wireless Earphones for $124.99 until June 12th, 50% off from their regular price of $249.99 but with PSP (e.g. Goodlife Fitness, Corporate Discounts), the prices goes down a further $17 which brings the grand total to $106.24 + tax. There is stock online with free shipping and free in-store pickup as well. Don't forget Ebates for 1%. Powerbeats Pro are also on sale, but not at a significant discount. Here are the links & prices:

Powerbeats³ Wireless Earphones - Black: $106.24; Web ID/SKU: 108061039
https://www.thesource.ca/en-ca/audio-he ... /108061039

Powerbeats³ Wireless Earphones - Decade Collection - Defiant Black & Red: $106.24; Web ID/SKU: 108076165
https://www.thesource.ca/en-ca/audio-he ... /108076165

Powerbeats Pro - Totally Wireless Earphones - Black: $280.49; Web ID/SKU: 108082185
https://www.thesource.ca/en-ca/audio-he ... /108082185
chilli604 wrote:
Jun 1st, 2019 8:10 pm
Nice. Price match it with BestBuy
Should get an extra 10% off
Thanks for the tip - it's a great deal if you don't have PSP. Here's the breakdown:

Best Buy has the product for $249.99, while The Source has it for $124.99. The difference is $124.99, which is to say that the discount will be exactly 10% of that, $12.49, which brings the price down to a grand total of $112.5.

Best Buy Link: https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/be ... a/10488051

How do these compare to Airpods (Gen 2)? For the price ($219.99) v. ($106.24) it seems obvious where the value is, but how do they compare in terms of utility? Battery life? Convenience? Any input would be appreciated. TIA!
Last edited by M1k3yRFD on Jun 1st, 2019 8:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Temporel wrote:
Jun 16th, 2019 1:16 pm
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Thread Summary
PSP Discount Guide In a nutshell, to get the PSP discount, you need to be a customer, client or associated with one of The Source's partner's, such as CAA, Goodlife Fitness etc... To get the actual discount, you need to add a code into your The Source account, which is generated via the partner website. For example, if you follow the CAA link here: www.thesource.ca/caa, you can follow the prompts to link your account and a code will be generated.

For those who have a Goodlife Fitness Membership or those who would like to sign up for a free trial online, you can create an account and go to the rewards section of their website where you'll be able to generate a code that can be added into your The Source account. Afterwards, go through Ebates, GCR, RFD Affiliate, whatever you'd like and simply log into your account to see if a discount is applicable to your account. If one is available, it will automatically be added on top of the sale price.

In store, it's a different story, especially if you signed up for a free trial, but I like to think that people only go into stores to pickup orders or to look at items before purchasing online. For one, I do know that you can show your Goodlife Fitness tag in store to get the discount.
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Nice. Price match it with BestBuy
Should get an extra 10% off
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good deal! but not for me because not fully wireless
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chilli604 wrote:
Jun 1st, 2019 8:10 pm
Nice. Price match it with BestBuy
Should get an extra 10% off
Thanks for the tip - it's a great deal if you don't have PSP. Here's the breakdown:

Best Buy has the product for $249.99, while The Source has it for $124.99. The difference is $124.99, which is to say that the discount will be exactly 10% of that, $12.49, which brings the price down to a grand total of $112.5.

Best Buy Link: https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/be ... a/10488051
Temporel wrote:
Jun 16th, 2019 1:16 pm
Just think how addictive this site is, how many times a day you check RFD and for how many years you've been doing that.
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Anyone have an opinion on ease of use compared to AirPods or Powerbeats pro? Considering one of those but at half the price or less it’s very tempting to buy these. Although they aren’t “truly” wireless I figure they’d be less likely to go missing with a dog and (nearly) 1 year old running around.

I’d be using them a lot for phone calls with some use at the gym and biking.

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