18TB HGST Enterprise 5yr Warranty SATA $328 Free Ship

SamirD

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Okay since I've got my one already on order, I'll let you guys clean out the rest. :D I found this originally from another forum.

These are the real deal brand new enterprise HGST drives with full WD 5yr warranty. Cost per TB is $18.22/TB or about $4/TB more than an easystore that you have to shuck and that has 1/2 the warranty. But these are drives that are usually $400+ at most retailers like CDW, Provantage, etc, so a solid deal for a drive of this quality/caliber.

https://eshop.macsales.com/item/Wes...n=cj&cjevent=847965154f0511ec810108900a82b838

And if you want it quicker and don't mind going to pick this up at a UPS access point location, select ship to access point and it will give you free regular UPS ground shipping versus UPS Surepost that hands it off to USPS. Should cut down the shipping time from UPS+USPS transit time to just UPS ground's max 5 day transit time (y)
 

bluestang

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Wow, very cool site that can be used for all sorts of retailers. Thank you for sharing!
Yep, only thing is if you use gift cards you don't get the cash back. And I think sometimes promo codes. Although I go through them for almost everything and I've gotten it with both before. It seems hit or miss whether they catch it or not.

Here's a referral link for anyone if they care to use it and throw me a bone if they join lol...

http://www.mrrebates.com?refid=558670
 

SamirD

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Yep, only thing is if you use gift cards you don't get the cash back. And I think sometimes promo codes. Although I go through them for almost everything and I've gotten it with both before. It seems hit or miss whether they catch it or not.

Here's a referral link for anyone if they care to use it and throw me a bone if they join lol...

http://www.mrrebates.com?refid=558670
Yep, I read through their entire TOS to see what the 'gotchas' are. They seem to be a pretty cool company with a great idea--instead of pocketing affiliate revenue, put it in a big bank account and make beaucoup interest while regularly paying out most of it to users who earn your referral revenue for you. :) win-win. (y) I wish I would have though of this company's idea. I'm sure they're doing well as a small business and will keep on keeping-on since they've been around since 2002 already and their TOS are very non-nonsense and up-front. If I sign up, definitely using your referral. :)
 
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