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Always a treat when these WD Elements Portable HDs goes on sale. BuyDig is offloading them at $80 with free ship. Sales tax for NJ only. New lowest ever price.
New low for this 2TB Western Digital Elements external hard drive at Adorama's eBay page for $85. So if you’re looking for huge capacity to store or back up your tons of video/multimedia files, you might want to check this out.
Cheap 750GB Western Digital external hard drive at TigerDirect today. This makes the lowest price we've seen by $20 and saving you $30 off the current next best price. Don't forget the coupon and the mail-in rebate.
External Hard Drive w/ USB 3.0 on the cheap today at Tigerdirect. Today this 750GB Western Digital Elements dropped to $50 after coupon. Elsewhere $60 and up.
Want a $10 terabyte portable hard drive? You can snag this Western Digital Elements 1TB drive for $10 after two mail-in rebates. The larger of the two requires a subscription to an internet security suite, but you can always cancel that subscription after the rebate's sent and approved. Obviously this is cheapest ever by a large chunk ($40), and you save nearly $60 off what you'd pay elsewhere.
In the past, this drive has only been this cheap with rebates. Not today. This deal via Adorama's eBay account saves you $16 off the current next best price and makes this one of the cheapest terabyte USB 3.0 external drives available.
Not the cheapest we've ever seen this drive, but solidly below the average lowest price we've seen on it in the past. You'd pay $5 more anywhere else. Just be sure to mail in the rebate.
Lowest price we've seen on this Western Digital Elements 1TB drive, and a $5 price drop from less than a week ago. This is a very inexpensive way to archive all the music that's overflowing your SSD right now. Remember to mail the rebate.
I noticed that the rebate requires you to activate a subscription to the Total Defense Premium Internet Security package. The details are here: http://static.highspeedbackbone.net/rebates/TDI-10199.pdf . I haven't been able to figure out if activating the subscription means that I necessarily have to pay any extra money in order to redeem my rebate. Can you guys shed any light on this for me?
Hi Adam, thanks so much for your question and bringing this to our attention.
We looked it up too and didn't find anything solid, either. Apparently people have been asking TigerDirect support and have received varying answers - but not even about whether you have to pay for the Security suite. There's a chance from some reports that you'd have to buy something completely separate just for the rebate to work if you read the fine print.
One person reported you get 12 months free, meaning you'd have plenty of time to cancel before your card started getting charged...but then another person said they'd tried to cancel, got the runaround, got charged $50, and then they refunded the $50 only after complaints and a month's time (without any notification they were honoring the request).
Shady stuff. I've expired this deal page on our site for the time being. There's a chance it's legitimate, but with so many people having trouble, we don't want to unintentionally misrepresent something the company may not even honor.
Need a cheap portable drive? This is a full terabyte for only $44 shipped. USB 3.0 and reviews don't throw any red flags (they're mostly very positive). You'll pay $35 more elsewhere.
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