Seagate Ironwolf 4TB SATA Hard Drive (Qty:4)

I'm looking at buying four of these. Cheapest I can find is $153 each from Amazon (delivery included).

Anyone got a good source where I can get this cheaper?

https://www.amazon.com.au/Seagate-IronWolf-3-5-Inch-Internal...

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    HDD is hard enough to get good prices on these days - NAS HDD seems even harder to get a good deal on…

    I'm looking for 2x 6TB or 8TB but prices are stubbornly high. I've already got 2x3TB and 2x4TB and need to upgrade.

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    The $153 is fulfilled by Harris technology aka Harvey Norman. Not sure if they're still associated. Didn't see any cheaper items with staticice and pricehipster.

    $38.25/TB is quite expensive but obviously depends to your use case.

    You can get discounted amazon gift cards. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/wiki/discounted_egift_cards

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      PS: Harris Technology is not Harvey Norman.

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        Hmmm must be confused with something else.

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        And I though HT was still in Sydney, they are based at:
        UNIT 6 94 ABBOTT ROAD
        HALLAM ‚Äč, VICTORIA, 3803
        Australia

        So much for me thinking they were still in Lane Cove after being bought out and moving from North Sydney all those years ago.

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    Might wait for 'eBay Tuesday'. PCByte had 15% off yesterday, but coupon was expired by the time I got to adding to cart last night.

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      eBay never has deals on HDDs unfortunately

      Last few good deals were all on Amazon UK (prior to Chia) when I got my 2x 12Tb's for $310ish each during Black Friday/Cyber Monday

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        Particular stores do, hence my msg.

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          I'll be very happy to be proven wrong, but even with eBay discount codes it's still usually cheaper per Tb via Amazon

          Maybe with sitewide discounts that the sellers don't have to pay for, but not seen a good one in a while!

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    Is there a reason why you want that specific HDD?

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      Its for my NAS. This model seems to have good reviews and is reasonably priced compared to pro models.

      Do you have a alternative recommendation?