It’s so cheap.very good deal.
I bought it 3 days ago, it was $139… 😭😭
Mod Note: Update price to reflect GST and Delivery
You linked to Amazon US, so the price is in USD.
Go to sleep
$149 @ Amazon AU delivered
And it was cheaper in December and cheaper still in November.
Wow gee the OP obviously got ripped off. Probably kicking himself/herself now for not shopping around.
It just went up to $157.73.
I reckon Amazon matched OW price, and OW suddenly raised their price, Amazon follows.
You can still get it from eBay for $142.20 with code PULL10
But OW doesn't even sell this model but only the newer Elements SE 4TB model which is $179. So your theory can't be correct.
Thanks mate, pulled the trigger on this, been looking for sub $150 for a while since I missed the last one.
Also gst .. not really a great deal once you add in shipping and currency exchange.
Showing as $99.99 USD + $6.49 (Shipping and import fees) as of right now.
Turns out to be around $150 AUD
Edit: Better off going with r0xz's Amazon AU link.
Yeah that $150 AUD price quote of yours doesn't include GST. Add it to the checkout which makes it include GST and it suddenly becomes $171.31 AUD delivered.
Didn't realise, my bad
This deal gets worse with very comment and revision. A$33/TB is the benchmark to beat and this one has exceeded A$40/TB.
Why would you pay this when you can get say as an alternative a Seagate Expansion 4TB portable HDD for $158 locally and it's probably as good if you don't mind the Seagate drives?. Local warranty on that.
WD Elements model WDBU6Y only 1 year warranty….no thanks
In North America it does. And since this is sold from USA it only has that 1 year North America warranty.
In Australia however it has 3 years warranty but that only applies to Australian stock.
You're better off buying it from Amazon AU for the current $157.73 delivered with the 3 years Australian warranty. That still makes this so called so cheap deal from the OP look bad.
Don't buy it as you're better off buying locally for the same price.
To the OP: To get aussie prices, change the domain from US -> AU by appending the .au after the .com
In most cases, that will give you a direct price translation of the same product but in aussie dollars on the aussie site. To note - this is not perfect but usually works close enough.
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