That's why I recommend Camel Camel Camel it's an add on that shows Amazon's previous pricing from the past year. Saw that a router that was on sale for over 80% off was only a 30 dollar price drop.
Of course you shouldn't have to use this, but it's necessary nowadays.
So, you're mad because they show you the "list price"? It doesn't say they charged anyone that price. In fact I looked it up on camelcamelcamel and they, in fact, did not raise the price before the sale. They are just showing that you are paying 50% of list. Every manufacturer has ridiculous list/ or msrp prices, that are rarely used.
I thought everyone knew about Camel Camel Camel but nobody I've mentioned it to recently did, so I'm submitting it here. Amazon prices jump around all the time; make sure you're not "buying high".
Checked the price history, and they've definitely come down a lot from a few years ago, but they've been at $65 most of the time since last August, and were just a bit over $70 before that. So, don't splurge on them if you don't need them right now, because they'll probably still be cheap in the future.
For sites like amazon, there are addons and sites such as camelizer. e.g., the price history of the samsung 850 pro. http://camelcamelcamel.com/Samsung-256GB-2-5-Inch-Internal-MZ-7KE256BW/product/B00LF10KNA
Here is a good example of a bad price trend http://camelcamelcamel.com/Audio-Technica-AT2020USB-Cardioid-Condenser-Microphone/product/B001AS6OYC
I think you left out an important part of this... Those $3 gnomes became the #1 Seller so the price skyrocketed to like fucking $30 so only half our sub got them :( Here is the damn gnome
And the price tracker for it lol
^^GOD ^^DAMN ^^I ^^WANTED ^^ONE ^^SO ^^BAD!!
Tales of Xillia for $10 with PS+ discount, $20 without PS+. Pretty good price for a game that's been $50 until October... makes me regret buying it at full price.
I don't believe this is true - Amazon's prices (especially on popular items) can vary from hour to hour based on a number of circumstances, but not on a per-user basis. Price rigging like this would make price trackers like CamelCamelCamel useless.
camelcamelcamel.com solves this problem of not knowing if you're getting a good deal or not. You can see a stock market-like trend to see if the deal is actually worth it.
For anyone anxious to pick this up, it's held steady at this price for over a month now. So there shouldn't be a rush to grab it.
Honestly, this is one game I'd like to have digitally so I'll wait until 2032 when Nintendo has a big blowout sale and makes it 10% off.
Hell, Amazon raised the price of the sleeping bag I wanted by $10 on Black Friday. Fortunately I bought it a few days before. But I still thought it was funny.
Also, for Amazon shoppers, I cannot recommend camelcamelcamel and the Camelizer add on enough.
I use camelcamelcamel.com to track price trends. For example, the MRCS trends show a lull during last year's holiday season and a spike when the discontinued rumor floated around. Sign up and set an alert for an ideal price. With Amazon's automated price fixing (to remain competitive), there are times when prices inexplicably drop dramatically for a short time frame. This site has helped me scoop deals during that short price fix window.
I like this coat, but camelcamelcamel shows that the 70% off claim is total bullshit.
That said, that coat's probably worth $80.
Looks like $225-250 is the going rate. Lowest ever is $180.
So this is about 15% off, and only about 5% more than the lowest price. Still not bad for a good product that has a pretty stable price in general.
But OP, please don't put pseudo-MSRPs in the titles. It means nothing.
I seriously thank you. This is really bullshit.
Wow, I bought one last month from the same retailer for $60. I should have cornered the Trex costume market when I has a chance.
Here's the camelcamelcamel link for when the price goes back down. http://camelcamelcamel.com/Rubies-Costume-Jurassic-World-Inflatable/product/B00TO6E0T8
Amazon Black Friday Deal hunters - remember to make use of following resources to aid your shopping:
Install Keepa app on Chrome and see the lowest prices the item has been on sale for before you take the plunge. The keepa graph also gives you average prices, highest price, and much more.
Check camelcamelcamel.com for historical price data if you don’t use a Chrome browser. Remember you can also add price alerts for specific items you are after.
Use snoopowl.com to search all Black Friday deals on Amazon in seconds. You can also add keyword monitors and get an alert as soon as any matches are added on Amazon during the day.
This is a pretty good deal, but it's also the normal price for this drive on Amazon.
Yes it is machine washable.
Yes the logo can be removed (nail polish remover works, you could also scratch it off with an iron dish scrubber).
This is for all of you who kept bombarding me with PMs for this deal to comeback xD
except it's been $296 since June with very brief times of it at much higher prices
Thanks for the link.
I bought the book on Amazon for $12 (shipped) earlier this year, but it's at $14 now. Price Fluctuation
Having a PDF of it, I can look at it on mobile without having to carry the book around.
a lot of dxracer type chairs are popping up on amazon recently and this is by far the cheapest one ive found. it also has a footrest in your into that. if this one isnt your cup of tea, i found a few more that i can link. from what i know about these chair and why they are cheaper than dxracers is that they are basically just unbranded versions and arnt marketed like the bigger brands, meaning they can be sold for cheaper.
i know nothing about the quality of the chair but for how much it dropped in price, i thought i was at least worth sharing.
According to camelcamelcamel this bag usually goes for about $38.99
http://camelcamelcamel.com/Fire-Display-Wi-Fi-GB-Includes/product/B00TSUGXKE is the tablet she was selling. It's never been $119. By the time I tried to post this she'd deleted the post and was gone from the group.
I usually have much better luck with online stores, they typically have decent sales.
Tip: If you aren't sure if a product is a good deal, check its price history on Amazon at http://camelcamelcamel.com/ to see if it has ever been at a lower price point in the past.
Amazon normally sells them for around $30, they're just currently sold out and those are third-party sellers at $60.
You can also use http://camelcamelcamel.com/ to track Amazon prices. Both Blu-ray.com and Camel^3 offer custom alerts.
Personally, I prefer Blu-ray.com as I can use it to track ALL of my collections (video games, Blu-rays, UV movies, etc.). I feel like Blu-ray.com is faster at pushing out notifications, too. Still, it never hurts to have options.
Yes and no. I have one and use it every day. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys hot beverages. The precision of pour and temperature is amazing. However, 90usd is a bit too big for me, too. Every so often, it'll be on sale. I ended up getting mine on an amazon rapid deal(or whatever it's called) for 60usd. And I've seen it drop to 65-80 on amazon pretty often. Go to camelcamelcamel.com and look up the product. You can have it email you when it hits a price you want on major sale websites. I wouldn't but it full price unless I had the funds, which I usually don't. So I suggest waiting for the perfectly times moment to pull the trigger to get the best deal. Overall, the kettle is amazing and so useful and I recommend it entirely.
EDIT: Here is the camelcamelcamel link for ya
I've seen good sales happen fairly often. If you're looking for a specific game, why not set a price alert on CamelCamelCamel? You can also check the price history to see when the sales are likely to occur.
I've noticed it going both up and down, as long as the product hasn't been discontinued or something. I'm guessing the price is mostly based on currency exchange rates and competition between different amazon sellers.
If you're interested in the price histories, check out camelcamelcamel! I put in the peach sake serum here. It seems that aside from the novelty markup at the beginning when it was first released, it hasn't really had a trend higher/lower. Camel has a chrome extension as well that tracks amazon prices. :D
price history maintained by camelcamelcamel doesn't show it ever going that low - http://camelcamelcamel.com/Neewer-Handheld-Stabilizer-Release-Cameras/product/B00WUCRVD0
either that is not the right amazon listing, or OP is a big fat phony
Always, always, always, ALWAYS compare prices between major retailers and amazon.
http://camelcamelcamel.com/ is an amazon price history site.
Every holiday is a golden opportunity for retailers to jack up the prices 2 weeks before the sale to advertise 40% off, or go by the MSRP that they never sell it for.
I've seen things go on sale, for the a price higher than they usually go just because people are duped by advertised prices and specials.
Don't let the 83% off / $89.99 price tag fool you into thinking this is an incredible deal. These were $30 when they first came out and have steadily decreased in price from there.
The witcher 3 launch price was $60 unless you got a season pass or limited edition. All new games are $60 or under for the base game. I literally can't think of buying one over $60 in the last 10 years.
Compare and contrast
Another tip, If your professors don't assign homework out of the book:
You can usually turn a $150 book into a $5 book by getting one edition earlier. I've never seen a college text that had anything truly groundbreaking appear in the most recent edition.
If you sell your books: Wait to resell them on the internet until just before the new term starts. Prices get inflated to maximum just before school begins. Use this site to check out price trends.
There's also camelcamelcamel. You paste a link to the product on amazon in CCC's search bar and it gives you a prices history of the item from Amazon and third party sellers.
there was a "PS Vita first edition bundle" which included a PS Vita 3G + WiFi model, 4GB memory card, Little Deviants and a limited edition case for $349.99. Also there was the 3G model for $300, and the WiFi-only for $250.
These are the HD 558, not to be confused with the HD 598.
The HD598 was $99 for Black Friday 2014 and didn't drop that low until Black Friday 2015. I don't know anything about the price history of the HD558, but I wouldn't expect it to drop this low again for some time, even though the price has been steadily dropping for some time.
Keep in mind that the main MSRP difference is normal for Amazon. Sale prices may only be 10% off of their normal price.
Use camelcamelcamel to figure out the actual savings.
For instance, King of New York says $24.99 down from $49.99, but camelcamelcamel tells us it's normally $33 on amazon:
Still a deal but not quite as dramatic of one.
According to http://camelcamelcamel.com/Asmodee-TAK01USASM-Takenoko-Board-Game/product/B0049H9NVW this is the lowest its ever been.
"I'm sorry wallet but this is something I have to do."
"BUT YOU SAID THAT ABOUT THE OTHER 7 GAMES YOU PURCHASED THIS WEEK!!"
"STFU... THIS IS FOR YOUR OWN GOOD, you'll thank me later i promise"
This may not be quite what you are looking for, but camelcamelcamel allows for price tracking of specific items, that is to say, a notification is sent via email if said item hits a set price low.
Guys, read me.
I did a lot of research regarding the price on Life Straw when I bought one.
The REGULAR price of LifeStraw is $20. See price chart at CCC
The lowest price I've seen was $15 shipped from Amazon. (You'll see the huge dip in above link) Currently they are sold out and the price is trending towards $30 from other sellers.
REI currently is selling this for $21.95 on their site. REI offers 1 year no questions asked return policy on their items with no return fees if you return directly to the store. Woot.com will force you to go to the manufacturer, or if the item is not damaged, up to a 15% restocking fee. You pay shipping back.
Woot.com is offering this for $15 but once you add in shipping and possible tax, you're only just paying retail price.
TL;DR - This is just regular price. This is not a "deal" price unless you order multiples.
While I have two Life Straws, I'm now siding more with the Sawyer filters. Huge huge difference in volume, allows for in-line filtering if you carry packs, or more immediate filtering as well. The small ones can be had for $20 as a kit and can attach to standard water bottles.
Items sold by Amazon tend to be cheaper, but Amazon's Marketplace allows third party sellers to sell wares and peddle merchandise on the site. They set the price, and the price can fluctuate dramatically. Further, prices can drastically change on a dialy, hourly basis -- even by the minute. It all depends on the supply and who's selling what, where and when.
If you want to track items, prices and more I suggest following Camel Camel Camel.
It's a stupidly named site, but it does price tracking on items to find out when the costs go lower and to maximize your savings (esp. on Amazon). So if somebody has a Surface Pro 2 for $800, and sells out, the price will jump based on the next available seller. But when it goes back down you can be notified of when prices fluctuate in your favor.
TL;DR It's not Amazon setting all the prices, but third party vendors.
According to CamelCamelCamel, it used to be $50:
Look at the used price go up as soon as it's discontinued:
If you use this one as an example, since it says down to $20 from $70 and look at the price history, you see it was never $70
Edit: just to add, it's mostly a sales tactic. People like the idea of saving money. When I worked at macy's, nothing was ever sold for the price on the tag (Ralph Lauren being an exception), always below. To further this idea, JC Penny tried to get rid of this tactic and coupons by just advertising the price they would actually sell it at. Sales went down because people weren't getting the "feel good" from "saving money"
At camelcamelcamel.com you can find the lowest recorded prices for Amazon items and general price history.
At boardgameprices.com you can compare current prices from several online retailers.
There is also /r/boardgamedeals and the HotDeals on BGG where you can post good deals you find and subscribe to catch others'.
I have this case (and love it), AMA.
Currently pulling duty as a second-rig/VR-box -- housing an Impact VIII, 6600k, Corsair RM650x, Corsair H90 push/pull, and GTX 1080FE.
Edit: Here's some under the hood pics, to get an idea of how things are situated.
Also, according to CamelCamelCamel, this is only $0.99 more than the lowest recorded price of $39.00 (8/17/2015).
I've been wanting to take a chance and see if I could cram an EK-XLC Predator 140 (incl. QDC) in there, and possibly throw the GPU on the loop, too..
Don't buy a used PSU - get this instead.
Do you have a case? This could be a good option. I believe the sale ends tonight, though, so hop in it if you want it.
Your mobo choice is good, as is the RAM. The 750 Ti will be great.
I highly recommend this SSD when it goes on sale for <$70 and you have the cash for an upgrade.
Also - just thinking ahead - do you still have the fan for the CPU? You'll need to grab another if you don't have it.
Yeah I think http://camelcamelcamel.com is a better way of doing this.
I've seen it for less. It was around $14 at GameDealDaily earlier this month and sometimes it's gone for under $10 before.
Along the same lines watch out for "Subscribe & Save" items. I've had a product triple in price after subscribing. Was $8 when I subscribed and jumped to over $26 in December.
Really shitty of them to not warn you or have a way to set a price threshold.
Wat. RAM is like 2-3x more expensive than it was couple of years ago.
1 - $66 in December 2012, currently $162
2 - $51 in November 2012, currently $150
3 - $60 in December 2012, currently $155
If you're an Amazon Prime customer...
Check price on CoolStuffInc.
Check price on Amazon.
Look at the historical Amazon price variations on CamelCamelCamel by entering the Amazon product code (found in the Amazon URL). [This is always a good idea so you know if the Amazon price is high or low at the moment.]
Decide whether Amazon's price is worth it (it's typically $4 higher). If not, set up a price watch to be e-mailed when Amazon's price drops to the CoolStuffInc price.
Do this procedure with all games. You'll buy some from Amazon when the price dips. You'll buy the rest when you save up enough wanted games to spend $100 at CoolStuffInc and get free shipping.
They were just at $130 yesterday, not quite as good as the $160 off advertised. But still a good price if you were already looking at them.
Go to Camelcamelcamel for a detailed price history on any item you're looking to buy. You can input a target price, and they'll email you whenever the item drops to that price.
Take the item, copy that url. Slam that url right into CamelCamelCamel
Sound is objective, and every person will have their opinions, but two brands I see a lot of in this sale that a generally pretty good, and generally praised by people that enjoy doing research on this sort of thing are Audio-Technica and Sennheiser.
Regardless of brand, if the ones you're looking at seem to glorify how great they are for jogging, and how cool they look, you are paying for those features. So if you pay $50 for good jogging earbuds, it's like $25 earbuds, with $25 style+special cord. If the focus is sound, then all of that $50 is going towards sound quality.
EDIT: I got to page six and gave up. This is all pretty standard prices, if not slightly above average. Biggest discount I found on a really good item was $20 off the usual $60.
I'm starting to think a 100%-SSD system should be standard issue for developers.
At home, my computer is 5 years old and was middle-of-the-road when I got it. At work, I have a much higher-end machine, and it's only 1 year old. A few months back, on my home machine, I ditched the hard drive entirely and moved everything to a 1 TB flash drive. The difference is crazy.
For example, definitely not a formal benchmark, but if I reboot the computer and then launch Chrome, the work machine takes 10 to 20 seconds for the browser to start up and bring back all my tabs. On the home computer, which you'd think would be so far behind it would lose almost any contest, it takes 1 second to do the same.
Builds require a bit more CPU, so they're not so slanted toward the I/O spectrum, but it's such a dramatic difference that I can't help but think it's worth it. And 1 TB now costs under $400, and for a developer-class machine, that's not a big difference.
Price History shows this price seems to be the lowest this item has gone down, and it's been hitting this price a few times already since around Nov'14. Previously, it was at $44.
Nice I've been eyeing this and waiting for a price drop. Not the lowest it's been but pretty dang close. With free shipping I'd say this is a good time to buy!
Yeah you're right. That thing has been 800 for a year. They actually knocked 5 bucks off the price in September so 800 is the highest price of the year.
Had this in my saved for later on Amazon. Went to my cart and saw this.
Camelcamelcamel shows that the lowest price ever was $199. Link
All-Time low if CCC is anything to go by.
Shipping is a good $8 or so though so you might as well just stuff some addon-items in there to get it over $35 if you don't have prime. This 32-pack of Pop Tarts will bump it up to $35.49 so you'll get free shipping, just make sure you choose "one time purchase" :D
I just got this monitor from amazon 2 days ago. I price matched the microsoft store for the same price. Looks like they dropped the price because of it :) so AMA if you have any questions about it. :D
Also some small details that you probably will find digging up this model number. It's 8ms or 9ms, but there is a FAST response mode setting. Doesn't seem to effect colors, but makes the response time 4ms. I didn't even notice a difference either way and I used to run a 1ms screen. Also that the AO0 Will have wake issues. I just ordered from amazon and got the AO3 Revision and the screen-wake issue is fixed on any revision past 0. Most of the early reviews on this monitor mention it, but dells' addressed it and it seems the seller is selling the fixed versions as I got an AO3. Another note is that it is shipped in retail packaging. It's the box you see in the store, so when it's delivered, it wont be a brown box or something. I will have DELL and a picture of the monitor plastered on both sides. Just be aware stealing of packages is increased around Christmas time, and this box has "DELL 4k" plastered all over it. -> http://i.imgur.com/1Hmm3XU.jpg
This is the lowest price it's been-> http://camelcamelcamel.com/Dell-Monitor-P2715Q-27-Inch-LED-Lit/product/B00PC9HFO8
Regular price on PSN is $20... so amazon's being a little misleading here. It's really 50% off.
EDIT: In fact, they haven't sold it for $60 for about 6 months: http://camelcamelcamel.com/The-Order-1886-Digital-Code/product/B00TSR24SW
They're like $16, which seems to have been their average price since they came out. That $3 mark was an all time low.
Also, The GB one wtf.. why is it more expensive
I know this shoe is a cliche of the male fashion subs but it really is excellent. Comfortable, versatile, long lasting, affordable. It is a smart buy.
According to CamelCamelCamel, $66.53 is the five-year low.
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe this is an all-time price low. C^3 reports the former low was $189.99.
''http://camelcamelcamel.com/ Tracks the price of every object of your Amazon wish list and alerts you when the price drops.'' Number 7 freaked me out as the only thing i've ever bought from Amazon was an Optoma HD25e projector.
Alright, so you admit you're comparing a $70 drive discounted for Black Friday to current pricing ($87-90) of a Seagate Barracuda and a WD Green 64MB. Not a huge deal, but a $15-20 difference between sale and non-sale pricing isn't awful either.
Check the history of the pricing (link). They're not that far off even for non-BF. Yes, they're not quite pre-tsunami pricing, however WD and Seagate have spent a lot of money diversifying their manufacturing bases throughout Asia, improving platter density, and buying out competitors. Also the rare-earth market has had its share of volatility as well. All of these things influence the price and most of those probably only allow them to drive up the price because of reduced competition and increased up-front cost of building/converting factories for future gains in efficiency (lowering costs down the road). On top of all that, it's not clear whether there was price fixing going on by the hard drive industry during 2012 and 2013. It's possible there was, but it'll be a year or two at least before we probably find out (Samsung LCD price fixing scandals took years to uncover fully).
I can't fault you for calling out WD for their optimism, but I certainly wouldn't rely on multi-year predictions of the cost of a device that has so many external factors influencing it. Yes, it sucks that 2TB drives haven't gotten substantially cheaper -- but 3TB drives have. That's the new sweet spot and with any luck 4TB will be in the same sweet spot within a year.
And Newegg's pricing has not been as competitive as it once was. Amazon pretty regularly beats or matches their pricing on most tech gear these days, with or without a coupon or rebate.
According to camelcamelcamel lowest this has ever been was $124. Incredible deal for those who want a full open back for gaming. Unfortunately does not have a detachable 3.5mm to use your own cord or the v-moda boom mic. Average is usually around $140-150 and comes with free shipping in US.
Is the Marc New York Radford worth $150?
Edit: I just discovered camelcamelcamel! According to them, the jacket is usually $267 on Amazon, and it's currently at around its lowest cost yet. I'm okay with it not actually being 70% off a $500 jacket if the final price is still a pretty good deal.
When it first came out it was this price but hasn't been over 180 in half a year. It's really a discount of 10-20 when you look at it.
No need to guess or speculate. There are various price trackers on the internet where you can look this up.
For example, here's a discontinued camera, the Canon 5DMII. You can see how over the lifetime of the product the price has a "sticky point" from which it temporarily goes on sale, but then goes back to the sticky point. Over time, that "sticky point" gradually drops, but there are still intermittent sales during which the price is temporarily lower. Then finally the camera is discontinued, and the price drops more quickly. This is a typical pattern.
Here's the Sony a6000 with kit lens, you can see a similar behavior, just earlier in its life cycle. The current $700 price has dropped $100 from its original $800 level, but sometimes it goes on sale for $600, but after the sale it returns back to the $700 level. Eventually the sticky point will (probably) be $600. If you are lucky, that sticky point drop will happen in the next few months, and maybe you'll see Black Friday sales this November that are lower than the sticky point. Or maybe not; nobody can predict the future.
My advice: I paid $700 for mine in early June. I'd say, if you can find it for less than $700, buy it. If you really don't mind waiting, see what happens in late November (Black Friday sales can occur before or after Thanksgiving; I got my 6D for a great price in late October 2013, actually, it was a kind of pre-Black Friday sale).
(Oh, and always buy from a reputable dealer.)
EDIT: I notice you quoted body only price, and I quoted with kit lens. Sorry, heres the link for body only. My advice: wait till it hits $448 again. Although I'd recommend getting the kit lens.
Hope this helps.
I have been using http://camelcamelcamel.com/ and almost everything I find interesting is barely a sale or not a sale. There have even been items more expensive that it was a few week ago. I have also noticed a lot of items like the ssd drive or usb drives lowering to competitors prices. This was a complete waste of my time.
The 850 Evo appears to be at an all time low price right now. A month ago it was decidedly more expensive than crucial's offerings:
You can see on CamelCamelCamel it's usually up around $120-150 but it just dropped to $83. It does this often but it's hard to catch:
It's been on my wishlist for a while so I just nabbed one.
Also anyone who isn't familiar with it, this is a really cool chronograph that works differently than most. You can see how it works here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7zqd-jqy_s
I think that's a common tactic in the retail industry. Another strategy involves raising the prices before the holiday season and then giving extra "discounts" so it seems like consumers are getting a much better deal. I'm not sure about other e-retailers, but you can use Camelcamelcamel to track the price history of Amazon products.
I bought them about 4 years ago for ~$375/ea, and love them to death. I was into producing for a while and these were an excellent set of reference monitors for that. However, I also have to acknowledge them as listening speakers. Truly a very high quality and great listening experience for nearly any genre.
I've never paired them with a subwoofer, for the sake of avoiding noise complaints, but I'm sure that would add to the listening experience quite a bit as well. One downside is that they tend to have some static / odd high pitchy noises that you only hear when nothing is playing. From what I've read, this is related to ground loop isolation, and easily resolvable, it just hasn't bothered me enough to do anything about. You can read more about this here.
Compared to the Rokit's, which I also demo'd prior to purchasing the Yamaha's, I felt like the Rokit's had a bit of artificial tonality to them that I just wasn't interested in. My goal was to have a great reference for my mixes, and I felt like the Rokit's had their own little touch.
Back to the Yamaha's, I'd reference the Amazon Reviews. The price looks great on Massdrop. $313.68 is the lowest price Amazon has ever had.
That's actually slightly higher than Amazon's regular price for Galaxy Trucker. Most of these games aren't deals. They are Amazon's regular price for games, and still higher than the usual discount online web retailers.
They've sold as high as $35 on Amazon, but average price has been around $26.73. This is the lowest they've been ever. http://camelcamelcamel.com/Merino-Socks-4pairs-Charcoal-1xbrown/product/B009Y9QCCS
such bullshit, this exact mount has been $15 for YEARS (not to mention that every other < 27" display mount on Amazon is $15-20). I've bought several.
you could go on any amazon page and find some bullshit MSRP mark down to make the actual price look better than it is.
FWIW, these are still a pretty good way to go. Absolutely do not purchase one that uses a "ball joint" where the arm meets the monitor. It is impossible to get those fixed where you want them.
Could it be because you're looking at the two similar but different models they carry? I see a BT model that fits the price in your earlier description and another WiFi + BT model that fits the latter one. When in doubt, check camelcamelcamel to look at price history.
Perhaps, but it was out of stock with a 1-2 month shipping timeframe since the last sale. Now it's back in stock with Prime shipping available.
I ordered one just now and it has a guaranteed ship date of Friday. Just wanted to give people a heads up on those waiting on this monitor.
Amazon Price Tracker
> 2: Our system, when sending an initial offer to Amazon for a SKU, sends MSRP (retail price - that high price that nobody pays online!). In addition to MSRP, we add in a fixed amount for estimated shipping cost and we have a minimum of 10% markup to cover Amazon's 8% commission on memory. Then, once our listing is active, oour software will gradually reprice it downward to be competitive with other sellers..
So you're telling me that the OEM of the RAM sells below their own MSRP (in essence, undercutting their partners)? Crucial sells the same stick for $30.
That stick of RAM, in its entire existence, has never been at the price you listed: http://camelcamelcamel.com/Crucial-Single-PC4-17000-SODIMM-260-Pin/product/B015HQ9TGW?context=browse
Set a price alert and hop on it when the price drops:
I snagged my blu-ray collection for about $30, new.
I've been tracking this 120GB drive for a while now since I'm planning my ITX build. This is not a good deal as it is normally $60.
My SO recently introduced me to camel camel camel which is a tool that tracks the price of amazon items over time. According to it this is the cheapest they have had the palette since 2013.
Edit: wrong link
It's only a $340 radar detector if you believe Amazon's incredibly misleading list price, which is higher than Escort's own $299.95 they list on their web site.
Amazon's normal price is around $184, so while it's a deal, it's not a $200 off deal.
Gotta keep a look out on what pops up in Amazon Warehouse. Warehouse items generally are Amazon returns or have damaged packaging.
Some item prices in Amazon Warehouse don't change, but a lot will roughly drop 1 to 3 percent per day. It's just a matter of patience and hoping no one else buys it before it gets low enough.
For example, the last guitar I bought was the Godin Richmond Empire. Check the "3rd Party Used" to the right of the graph to see the Amazon Warehouse price (Amazon lists Amazon Warehouse items as third party/used). Where the price is flat on the graph, either the price is steady or it's out of stock and that was the last seen price.
You can see it showed up one day, the price started to move a little after, and I grabbed it when it fell below my $250 limit.
The other one just showed up as I was browsing, $215 for the normally $700 Godin Session Plus and I grabbed it before camelcamelcamel saw it.
I've been looking for a way to automatically crawl through them and then notify me of deals, but I haven't found anything reliable so I just browse amazon warehouse 50% or 70% off guitars once in a while.
They went down to $100 on Amazon, around this time last year. This is still a pretty kickin' deal, though. Very tempting.
has it even been sold for $100 or is it just good marketing? Look at watches on amazon some time. Every single one is a $2,000 dollar watch available year round for $150. Makes you wonder if they aren't just $150 watches.
Jos par protipova:
ova stranica ima history cijena artikala na amazonu pa onda mozete vidjeti dal je stvarno popust il seru
"Does amazon ship to ...?" ekstenzija za browser, cesto isti proizvod prodaje vise sellera a imaju (jako) razlicite cijene shippinga, pa se s ovom ekstenzijom najlakse vidi sve
Is it just me or are the 980 ti's going up in price? Are they really going to raise prices then cut them back to newegg-levels on prime day? I may just be imagining things..
EVGA 980 ti SC w/ BP, I thought I saw it for $60+ less or so a few days ago...
edit: YEP. Was $680 before, now 740. Be careful with this stuff, don't just look at the "-%" on Wednesday!
The Jinhao 250 is NEVER $40. When buying cheap Chinese pens, unless shipping time is a factor, I would highly recommend using ebay.
I would recommend that pen to anyone who doesn't mind having a fairly broad and wet writer.
$40 seems to be about the mid-range price on Amazon for "Season 1" of Kai these days. Seems like it's been about $35 lately.
The main point of Dragon Ball Kai was to keep the pacing closer to the manga, yes, which means a reduced episode count due to the remover of (primarily) filler material. Along with that came a host of other things, such as:
FUNimation's Blu-ray remaster of Dragon Ball Z has its own host of issues/features/problems/benefits:
For someone like me watching in Japanese, all the stuff exclusive to FUNimation's English dub becomes irrelevant, so it saves a ton of headaches. On the flipside, you're still stuck with whatever decisions FUNimation made on their own when it comes to products they create in-house.
You pretty much have to ask yourself: what do I want? do I want it right now? how much am I willing to pay? what are the pros/cons of each product?
Basically, with Dragon Ball... you can't win. There's nothing perfect that pleases everyone. Sadly, I can't just say, "Oh yeah, just buy this one thing here and you're done!"
> $169.18 & FREE SHIPPING (You Save: $102.77 (38%)
I think you missed the deal. :(
I ordered it at $109.99 this morning ($119.61 when tax was added) - have been wanting to get one for a while and a quick look on Camelcamelcamel showed this was the lowest price ever: http://camelcamelcamel.com/Pelican-1510-000-110-Carry-Case-Black/product/B0002SKHIK
Also: always look at Amazon, prices are very often reduced, and it's especially great if you have prime. (free shipping!!)
Check camelcamelcamel.com for the Amazon price history too, sometimes if you wait a week or so you can get a really good deal.
This set is listed as $22.20 on Amazon and when you check CamelCamelCamel.com it looks like it usually floats anywhere from $15 (Feb 2012) to $26 (recently closer to the higher end there), so this Groupon is a discount of about $2.21 currently and free shipping.
Thank you for posting, it helps this subreddit stay alive. I regret not contributing enough. Keep up the good fight. :)