WD Black P10 - 5TB Game Drive (PS4/Xbox One/PC/Mac) £107.10 Delivered @ Amazon USA
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WD Black P10 - 5TB Game Drive (PS4/Xbox One/PC/Mac) £107.10 Delivered @ Amazon USA

£107.10£129.9918% Free P&P FreeAmazon US Deals
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Posted 30th JunEdited by:"mixmixi"
Price includes shipping and import fees as shown in the image below.

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  • Up to 5TB that can hold up to 125 games, so that you can save old favorites and still have room for new titles. Number of games based on a 36GB average per game. The number of games will vary based on file size, formatting, other programs, and factors.
  • Portable and durable form Factor that provides fast access to your gaming library, anywhere you go.
  • High-performance HDD to optimize your console or PC gaming experience and drive your game.
  • Purpose-built for gamers based on WD_Black quality and reliability so you can play without limits.

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What is Import Fees Deposit? Is there a possibility that no import fees will be paid do reducing price?
Does this have a faster drive then other 5tb
alecb30/06/2020 21:30

What is Import Fees Deposit? Is there a possibility that no import fees …What is Import Fees Deposit? Is there a possibility that no import fees will be paid do reducing price?


Import fee is what you pay to import an item from abroad. Amazon captures the money on order so you don’t have to pay it later and you could receive the item faster.
Great! Looks like they've got some decent deals on at the moment. The 1TB SDXC is down to around £291 delivered (in August 😦) if anyone is interested?
It's currently about £118 on Amazon.de, with free delivery if you sign up for a Prime trial.
amazon.de/dp/…HD5

That should come quicker and would be easier to return in case of issues.

And probably only £117 or £110 on WD Uk store with 10% new user or 15% student discount code
shop.westerndigital.com/en-…hdd
Edited by: "K_A_T" 30th Jun
K_A_T30/06/2020 21:47

It's currently about £118 on Amazon.de, with free delivery if you sign up …It's currently about £118 on Amazon.de, with free delivery if you sign up for a Prime trial.https://www.amazon.de/dp/B07VNTFHD5That should come quicker and would be easier to return in case of issues.And probably only £117 or £110 on WD Uk store with 10% new user or 15% student discount codehttps://shop.westerndigital.com/en-gb/products/portable-drives/wd-black-p10-game-drive-for-xbox-one-usb-3-2-hdd#WDBA5G0050BBK-WESN


Both amazon.de and amazon.com have the same return policy. Also, regardless of signing up to trial of prime, you won’t get free delivery for items sent abroad.

If you’re concerned then you may as well pay the £129.99 price tag and buy it from amazon uk instead.
mixmixi30/06/2020 21:53

Both amazon.de and amazon.com have the same return policy. Also, …Both amazon.de and amazon.com have the same return policy. Also, regardless of signing up to trial of prime, you won’t get free delivery for items sent abroad. If you’re concerned then you may as well pay the £129.99 price tag and buy it from amazon uk instead.


amazon.de have offered me free foreign delivery with Amazon.de Prime recently, YMMV.

I've returned items to .com before and it was hassle organising a courier to US and claiming back the money, I wouldn't risk it again to save £10.
Edited by: "K_A_T" 30th Jun
Heat added, great price Mixi
K_A_T30/06/2020 21:55

amazon.de have offered me free foreign delivery with Amazon.de Prime …amazon.de have offered me free foreign delivery with Amazon.de Prime recently, YMMV.I've returned items to .com before and it was hassle organising a courier to US and claiming back the money, I wouldn't risk it again to save £10.


As far as I know both require you posting the item back and claiming the postage unless something has changed recently.

As I said if you’re concerned best bet is to order from UK.
mixmixi30/06/2020 21:45

Import fee is what you pay to import an item from abroad. Amazon captures …Import fee is what you pay to import an item from abroad. Amazon captures the money on order so you don’t have to pay it later and you could receive the item faster.


Thanks but I thought quite a few imports bypassed Customs and escaped import duty. Is this a tie up between Amazon & HMRC so that duty isn't avoided?
alecb30/06/2020 21:59

Thanks but I thought quite a few imports bypassed Customs and escaped …Thanks but I thought quite a few imports bypassed Customs and escaped import duty. Is this a tie up between Amazon & HMRC so that duty isn't avoided?


Yes, amazon uses their own courier network and they won’t let you dodge the import fees. HMRC only allows item that have been declared as low value to slip through otherwise there’s no way of dodging import fees.
mixmixi30/06/2020 21:58

As far as I know both require you posting the item back and claiming the …As far as I know both require you posting the item back and claiming the postage unless something has changed recently.As I said if you’re concerned best bet is to order from UK.


My point was it's a lot more hassle to send something to Amazon.com. I wouldn't risk posting it so I'd have to wait around for a courier to pick it up. And the courier to US will cost more upfront, even though I get it back eventually.

I agree best best is to order from UK ... the WD site for almost the same price with a readily available 10% new user (or even 15% student) discount code
currys do have 2TB @ £40 something on offer but hardly no stock about - just double check as it will be somewhere but will be Very very very limited, that limited one store as its still showing on site, someone might win the lotto with that one so worth a 4sec check peeps.
K_A_T30/06/2020 22:05

My point was it's a lot more hassle to send something to Amazon.com. I …My point was it's a lot more hassle to send something to Amazon.com. I wouldn't risk posting it so I'd have to wait around for a courier to pick it up. And the courier to US will cost more upfront, even though I get it back eventually.I agree best best is to order from UK ... the WD site for almost the same price with a readily available 10% new user (or even 15% student) discount code


And my point is not all the items coming from abroad are meant to be faulty so you’d have to go through the “hassle” of returning them. I order a lot from USA and don’t remember if I’d ever had to return anything.

All I’m saying is if you’re that guy, then order from anywhere you want. Your money, your call.
mixmixi30/06/2020 22:01

Yes, amazon uses their own courier network and they won’t let you dodge t …Yes, amazon uses their own courier network and they won’t let you dodge the import fees. HMRC only allows item that have been declared as low value to slip through otherwise there’s no way of dodging import fees.


Thanks
Should be enough space to hold Call of Duty Modern Warfare and its 5,000 updates
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