Maxtor M3 4TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive (via Groupon) for £97.19
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Maxtor M3 4TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive (via Groupon) for £97.19

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Found 27th May 2017
Go an email from Quidco with a Free Gift. Opened it, got Groupon Before signing up, message says extra 15% off with NEW15. £1.99 delivery.
Also 12% cashback with Quidco
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12% cashback today too through Quidco. I clicked through email to activate it
£112 for me. Any cashback is NOT guaranteed.
Grouping saying code can't be applied to that purchase even with a new account setup.
I'm baffled at why Seagate would use the maxtor name. I guess most people have forgotten the reputation of that company?

Likewise I'm baffled at Toshiba continuing to use the OCZ name.
Code New16 for me
Can get 4tb for £90 on Sainsbury's.

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crazygoldfish

Can get 4tb for £90 on Sainsbury's.Cold



Not in my Sainsbury, but can you tell me which one.
Roph

I'm baffled at why Seagate would use the maxtor name. I guess most people … I'm baffled at why Seagate would use the maxtor name. I guess most people have forgotten the reputation of that company? Likewise I'm baffled at Toshiba continuing to use the OCZ name.



I'd much rather buy an "OCZ" drive - seen too many Toshiba "horror drives" fail in my time, and most of them weren't even fast enough to call useable in the first place.
I got confused by this before...the NEW15 is for local groupon deals only, not for stuff like HD's...
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timb999

I got confused by this before...the NEW15 is for local groupon deals … I got confused by this before...the NEW15 is for local groupon deals only, not for stuff like HD's...



So, it looks like the first deal I post, is wrong, oO
everything I've ever brought off Groupon is terrible quality and really cheaply made. seems like a good deal but so does everything else off there till you get it home
bubblegum2910

So, it looks like the first deal I post, is wrong, oO


Well, easy mistake, I did the exact same thing it's a bit misleading...
Edited by: "timb999" 29th May 2017
reb31

I'd much rather buy an "OCZ" drive - seen too many Toshiba "horror … I'd much rather buy an "OCZ" drive - seen too many Toshiba "horror drives" fail in my time, and most of them weren't even fast enough to call useable in the first place.



Toshiba 2.5" were the highest failing HDDs I'd ever seen a couple years ago, absolutely sh*te.
If anyone is still looking at this,
timb99928th May

I got confused by this before...the NEW15 is for local groupon deals only, …I got confused by this before...the NEW15 is for local groupon deals only, not for stuff like HD's...


Thanks for pointing this out!
If anyones looking at this currently for the 1TB its 49.25 from 7dayshop so this isn't much of an offer.
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