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Crucial MX500 2.5" 1TB SATA III Solid State Drive £94.35 at CCL/ebay with code
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Posted 5th Nov

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This was £79.58 in July, why is this hot?
sxowsubtzv05/11/2019 15:10

This was £79.58 in July, why is this hot?


Thank you for the memories
sxowsubtzv05/11/2019 15:10

This was £79.58 in July, why is this hot?


and It's almost 4 months nearly, and Christmas coming.
Brutes05/11/2019 15:15

and It's almost 4 months nearly, and Christmas coming.


Just over 3 months.
sxowsubtzv05/11/2019 15:17

Just over 3 months.


Yes, The Prime Day 2019, this piece is very well reviewed and this price still is great. That's why it's hot and most of us here know it.
Brutes05/11/2019 15:23

Yes, The Prime Day 2019, this piece is very well reviewed and this price …Yes, The Prime Day 2019, this piece is very well reviewed and this price still is great. That's why it's hot and most of us here know it.



18.55% price increase from 3 months ago, and Black Friday just around the corner when the price will likely go back down. Has to be cold from me.
sxowsubtzv05/11/2019 15:31

18.55% price increase from 3 months ago, and Black Friday just around the …18.55% price increase from 3 months ago, and Black Friday just around the corner when the price will likely go back down. Has to be cold from me.


Sure, but unless it's not posted how would everyone know how the price is acting. I understand most of us know but there are many who doesn't know at what price point the deal is trending. So, yes worth watiing for BF .
This is the best value drive at the moment. It has proven reliability, consistency and speed.

I have no qualms recommending it. If you can wait you may get it cheaper; if not you are getting an very good SSD.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 5th Nov
I have bought the same drive, with no code, £90 few months ago.
This deal is a NO DEAL.
Price comparisons with the past will become harder due to inflation / pound loss. Most companies account for 3 months ahead currency fluctuations, so it is possible that price 'is in reality low' but to us is high due to a weaker pound.
theprofinuk05/11/2019 19:05

Price comparisons with the past will become harder due to inflation / …Price comparisons with the past will become harder due to inflation / pound loss. Most companies account for 3 months ahead currency fluctuations, so it is possible that price 'is in reality low' but to us is high due to a weaker pound.


The pound is stronger now ($1.28) than it was in July ($1.22) compared to the USD. Inflation isn't 18.55% in 3 months, it is more like 2% in 12 months. It's possible for NAND prices to go up due to higher demand, but I think it's more likely that retailers are holding back any decent price cuts for Black Friday.
sxowsubtzv06/11/2019 15:28

The pound is stronger now ($1.28) than it was in July ($1.22) compared to …The pound is stronger now ($1.28) than it was in July ($1.22) compared to the USD. Inflation isn't 18.55% in 3 months, it is more like 2% in 12 months. It's possible for NAND prices to go up due to higher demand, but I think it's more likely that retailers are holding back any decent price cuts for Black Friday.


Well with the dollar yes but not with rmb or other currencies. I think you may agree with my point that in the future comparisons with the past will be harder. (PS thanks for checking on inflation numbers for me).

As an example there was a xiaomi phone sold by Amazon (weirdly via a marketplace listing most likely shipping from Europe.) price was changing daily up or down a pound because of the eu - gbp exchange rate.

Ram and solid state memory manufacturers had been sued for collusion years back so I definitely agree with your point that they are playing with prices in anticipation of black Friday.
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