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1TB Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 7200rpm, 32MB Cache - £37.19 @ Scan (Today Only)
1TB Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 7200rpm, 32MB Cache - £37.19 @ Scan (Today Only)

1TB Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 7200rpm, 32MB Cache - £37.19 @ Scan (Today Only)

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Scan have knocked off £2 off the usual price.
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The page hasn't even updated yet. I guess you work for scan lol
Edited by: "cf15" 21st Apr 2011

It is listed further down the page, surprisingly under Samsung Hard Drives!

Isn't this yesterday offer? normally the date changes at top

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csf

The page hasn't even updated yet. I guess you work for scan lol


Nah, last day at work, so had time to look through and see if anything was worth ordering.

Wonder if Scan are hiring... xD

lol good deal never the less, always got time for Scan

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csf

Isn't this yesterday offer? normally the date changes at top


didn't notice that. I'm keeping my eyes peeled.

Would be interesting to see if the price of Samsung drives drops now they have sold their hard drive division.

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Damn, I get home and they have upped the price by 60p. Hmm to expire or amend...

edit: expire!
Edited by: "Glix" 21st Apr 2011

Excellent drive.

Hi, I'm looking to upgrade my dell xps and was looking to get a 500gb internal drive. I don't know much about these so I've not got a clue on which one to get.. currently I've got a 160gb Samsung Sata 5400rpm.

Would something like this work.. : scan.co.uk/pro…-ms ?

Would appreciate any help, thanks!

LD2DVD

Would be interesting to see if the price of Samsung drives drops now they … Would be interesting to see if the price of Samsung drives drops now they have sold their hard drive division.



Do not think so, I would rather expect an increase - fewer competitors on the market means no pressure to reduce the price.

7777777

Do not think so, I would rather expect an increase - fewer competitors … Do not think so, I would rather expect an increase - fewer competitors on the market means no pressure to reduce the price.



not quite - they've sold them to seagate, but instead of cash, bought stocks in seagate - effectively they're merged instead of having sold them. samsung now own 9.6 % stake, and have a samsung exec on seagates board of directors
source:
thestockmarketwatch.com/sto…785
Edited by: "VashTheStampede" 21st Apr 2011

Just installed this in my Imac. Ordered it on Wednesday, to get here before the weekend. It did, next day delivery. It was my first order from scan, and can't fault them so far. I paid 44.16 all in, so if I waited I could have saved a bit. Oh well.

Hot from me.

Very impressed with the drive. Lightning fast and reasonably quiet.
But this is hardly a deal at £1 less than it is usually going for.
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VashTheStampede

not quite - they've sold them to seagate, but instead of cash, bought … not quite - they've sold them to seagate, but instead of cash, bought stocks in seagate - effectively they're merged instead of having sold them. samsung now own 9.6 % stake, and have a samsung exec on seagates board of directorssource:[url=http://thestockmarketwatch.com/stock-market-news/recent-events/samsung-merges-its-hard-drive-unit-with-seagate/7785]http://thestockmarketwatch.com/stock-market-news/recent-events/samsung-merges-its-hard-drive-unit-with-seagate/7785[/url]




Yes, but it means exactly what I said before - fewer competitors on the market

Cant seem to get free delivery, been a member of avforums for quite a while and over 20 posts, any advice?

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Scooter's

Cant seem to get free delivery, been a member of avforums for quite a … Cant seem to get free delivery, been a member of avforums for quite a while and over 20 posts, any advice?


Login to avforums, use this link avforums.com/for…php
Click the last link on the page "
Click here to visit the SCAN website and log in/register to qualify for free delivery on all orders over £20 (excluding VAT)."

Glix

Login to avforums, use this link … Login to avforums, use this link http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.phpClick the last link on the page "Click here to visit the SCAN website and log in/register to qualify for free delivery on all orders over £20 (excluding VAT)."


Thanks for the advice. I tried this but I still get carriage costs added at the checkout?

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Scooter's

Thanks for the advice. I tried this but I still get carriage costs added … Thanks for the advice. I tried this but I still get carriage costs added at the checkout?



Did it come up and confirm that free carriage was set?

Yes, it says on the AV forums site
"Good news - you qualify for the SCAN & AVForums loyalty programme!
Click here to visit the SCAN website and log in/register to qualify for free delivery on all orders of £20 or over (excluding VAT)."


I click the link, sign into Scan, add item to basket but at checkout it includes £3.99 carriage for the drive?

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Scooter's

Yes, it says on the AV forums site "Good news - you qualify for the SCAN … Yes, it says on the AV forums site "Good news - you qualify for the SCAN & AVForums loyalty programme!Click here to visit the SCAN website and log in/register to qualify for free delivery on all orders of £20 or over (excluding VAT)."I click the link, sign into Scan, add item to basket but at checkout it includes £3.99 carriage for the drive?


Click the link again, making sure your are logged into scan before clicking it (the link from AVforums).
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