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Seagate Archive HDD $30 Cash Back Christmas Promotion


Purchase Period:
In order to be eligible for the cash back, the participant must make their purchase between 00:01 AEDT 30th November 2015 to 17st January 2016 23:59 AEDT (inclusive).

Eligible Products :
a) Seagate Archive HDD 5TB: ST5000AS0011, ST5000AS0001
b) Seagate Archive HDD 6TB: ST6000AS0002, ST6000AS0012
c) Seagate Archive HDD 8TB: ST8000AS0002, ST8000AS0012

Where to buy : http://seagatepromo.com.au/archivehddpromo/#wheretobuy

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  • +1

    ……… i just bought it 3 days ago :( :( :(

    • Sucks, I'm in the same boat bought on Saturday 28th November!!!

    • i got 2 3 days ago as well gave SE email and they say i can put claim in

  • SONNNNOFFABBBBB - bought last week.. stupid seagate..

  • Can these be used as NAS HD or it is used for different purpose?

    • +1

      They can, but just be aware that their write performance is pretty average (this isn't a bad thing, it fulfills it role quite well!)

      SOURCE: I currently have 6 in a RaidZ2 configuration. Primarily for use as a media and offsite storage type functions. Works fine for this.

    • +1

      better avoid using in nas or primary OS drive.

    • +1

      I have a couple in my Synology DS1515+ NAS. I have them setup as basic drives (no raid). I've found write speeds fine. Don't notice any difference between them and the WD Green & Red drives I have in the NAS too. They are basically full of media files so not a lot of new writes.

  • I wonder what the best price is from the selected retailers.

  • I had a quick look and all the prices for this drive range between $315 and $330.
    So depending on where you live, pickup could be as cheap as $295 AUD which is (profanity) cheap for 8TB

    • +2

      I paid $275 back in June during an eBay 20% off sale…

  • Is this still valid? the promo in the original post reads "….between 00:01 AEDT 30th November 2015 to 17st January 2016"

    It looks like it should be the 1st Jan???