PC100 RAM Steal
I pulled off a deal which I think is nationwide for all those that have a Best Buy and an Office Depot near them. Here's the deal:
Best Buy has 64 MB of PNY SD-RAM for $80 w/ a $30 rebate
Office Depot has 64 MB of PNY SD-RAM for $140 w/ a $30 rebate. They also will pricematch another store's price for the exact model (which this is) by matching it, then also subtracting 55% of the difference from the matched price.
So, this makes that $140 stick of SD-RAM cost under $50. Then, there's also a $30 rebate on that RAM, making your final cost just about $20 after tax. Of course, the rebate is only good for one address/household/person so you can only take advantage of this thing for one stick, but it's still a great steal.
Go get em....
thx joel i have an officemax nearby and i think i will go try that...thx so much
could you mail me 3 of those rebate forms, mine doesn't have any only the expired ones. I need the one that ends on Sept. 30, thanks I'll pay you for the postage if you need.
Also Office Max doesn't carry the 64mb pc100, at least not at mine.
How did OfficeMax get into this? This is Office Depot we're talking about. OfficeMax doesn't carry 64 MB DIMMs where I am either, and they don't do 155% price matching on computer stuff.
I just bought 2 64meg PC100 SDRAM (Micron) for $49 each from some auction site. Is this a good price? It seems to be working fine in my system. (They are new, not used)
Not a bad price for Micron RAM. Prices were down to $25 a 64MB PC100 stick about a month ago. I picked up a generic 64MB DIMM then for $27+$13 shipping. So if you can get a Micron right now for $50, you're not doing bad at all.
Do you think they have any 133 sticks? When does the deal expire por favor?
I just tried to pull the deal off but it didn't work. Either office depot caught wind of it or my store just has cheaper prices. Office Depot's price for the memory was $99, only $20 more than Best Buy, making the after price match price around $70, which isn't that great. And as far as rebates go, I don't trust them. I bought over a thosand dollars of computer components and software from different manufactures back in february, and had about a dozen mail in rebate forms. I sent them all in and have only got two of the rebates back.....
Same, rebates suck, I have one comming for over a year and a half back, the company is still in buisiness, and I am still sending them emails, but no solution.
Best Buy also has the 32mb for $30 plus a $30 rebate.
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