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1TB Samsung 2.5" 860 EVO SSD $169 Shipped (+ $16 Cashback) Centrecom

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Part of the 'back to school' sale that Centrecom is having. Brings it down to $153 after cashback from this deal

Maximum of three claims per household.

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  • +1 vote

    I need to check, I think I'm still waiting for Samsung cash back from the last deal they had a month or few ago.

    • +2 votes

      Yeah, I hate these type of deals, so many cashbacks I've never received from past deals. Used all my correct details, triple checked, but nope nothing. Contact the company and end up in an endless loop of nonsense. Unless it's direct from the manufacturer, I can't be bothered.

    • +1 vote

      Just a follow up, my previous one was back 30 July 2019 and I received my cash back on 20th AUG 2019.

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      Still waiting for my Samsung cash back, it's nearly a month now.

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      I know eh? how bloody long does it take for them to cashback 16 bucks…..

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      Thanks for the reminder to follow up as they still haven't paid my one that was approved back in September the dirty dogs.

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    Is it compatible with the Early 2015 MacBook pro 13 inch?

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    Would this be useful for placing in a PS4?

  • -2 votes

    Found this on eBay for $157.50 Delivered (with eBay plus membership) and $14 cash back.

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/173746834536?ul_noapp=true

    • +8 votes

      Thats a 'QVO' Model its slower and only comes with a 3 year warranty. The 'EVO' Model that OP has posted is a 5 year warranty drive and is faster. IMO the 2 year extra warranty is well worth the extra $30-$40 extra.

    • +3 votes

      That is the 860 QVO instead of the EVO, the QVO uses QLC instead of TLC flash which the EVO uses. QLC compared to TLC is a fair amount less durable, and while performance for small transfers is similar, performance for large transfers drops off a lot. Well worth the extra few dollars for the EVO, especially considering a longer warranty as well.

  • +3 votes

    Just so you know that there is a fee if you use Paypal and its about $2. I bought it yesterday and was glad that I got free shipping, I found it through Google Shopping and I didn't realize it was a good enough deal to put it on OzBargin. Thanks OP nevertheless, its a great deal for a 5 year warranty SSD.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, been waiting for this deal

  • +2 votes

    OP! thank you! Even with the $2 surcharge on paypal this was an awesome purchase - Been waiting since Dec last year for this.
    Much appreciated :)

    • +1 vote

      Haven't heard merchants got PayPal surcharge until this deal.

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        Yes you're right, strange surcharges. Usually its just for cards.
        The shipping was free for my area so I pulled the trigger anyway. (=

  • +2 votes

    Add an extra few bucks for shipping if you live outside a capital

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    No postage to PO boxes or Parcel Lockers :(

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    Looks like this has gone up to $175. (Unless I’m missing something?)

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