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The lowest price on the web. - Brand New Factory Sealed IBM P72 17 inch Color Monitors
07-20-2000, 07:59 PM
Blech... another ondayfree deal (not deal). This site blows.
$400 seems expensive, especially from NoOneDayFree
07-20-2000, 09:08 PM
Jeepers.....Get a life! Do you live in here? It looks like onedayfree is a new site. Give em a break!!!! I remember shopping at E-bay when they were just selling Pez. Had all kinds of problems. Now look at them!
Y2J, Did you see the other link? It's CNET showing the lowest price on these is $436.00 anywhere.
Man, I'm starting to wonder if you guys know anything about computer products.
DO YOUR RESEARCH....
07-20-2000, 10:52 PM
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by dealhunter:
Jeepers.....Get a life! Do you live in here? It looks like onedayfree is a new site. Give em a break!!!! I remember shopping at E-bay when they were just selling Pez. Had all kinds of problems. Now look at them!<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Do a search in this forum for onedayfree... you'll see what I mean.
And yes, I live here.
07-20-2000, 11:16 PM
You know I honestly like these guys advertising their site.. er I mean pointing out deals. The P72 is the European counterpart to the US sold P70, which you can find for $230 refurb'd by IBM.
And for anybody saying we are picking on 3314 and Homie for advertising their site here in the deals forum, search before spout a recoil.
07-21-2000, 12:26 AM
Uhhh, I'd rather get the Hitachi 19" for $257. Size does matter....hehe
07-21-2000, 12:55 PM
Hell, I could pick up a 19" Samsung 900NF for less than $400, and it's about as top-end as you can get without spending ludicrous money on a Sony. http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/biggrin.gif
$400 is steep for a 17", regardless of who made it and its condition.
07-21-2000, 01:22 PM
Generally speaking, one day free is a good site. The P72 is a high end monitor most "end consumer" don't use, so don't try to compare it with taiwan OEMs. I got some really good deals on region free DVD drives from this site, and I like 3314's postings.
Region free!!! http://sites.netscape.net/hqapex
07-21-2000, 02:17 PM
They go below $400 tomorrow. Is that a deal? I think I'll put one of their Order Agents on the calendar and see if I can get a lower price. I'll keep ya posted...
07-21-2000, 02:26 PM
I want to see people's IP addresses...I have a nagging suspicion...
I don't have a problem with onedayfree (it's actually a good idea), just my concern about dealers who sell through the site not keeping their end of the deal. Why did ebay become popular? Because they figured out a way to make buyers confident that they would get the stuff they bidded for. From the last threads about how a onedayfree dealer didn't hold his part of the deal, that doesn't give and confidence to bidders, making complaints like Jeepers' legit.
Oh, and if one of you *DOES* work there, get that stupid mouse cursor out of the way.
My 2 cents.
07-21-2000, 04:36 PM
You know what I find funny about Onedayfree's site. They list the item for 30 days. For about 4 days no sales yet. Then on day 5 there is a sale for some ungodly amount of money for a crappy old piece of hardware. Then no sales for 10 more days, then they advertise on gotapex. Then a few more sales.
Do you guys honestly believe somebody is stupid enough to buy it at day 5? I bet they are padding the sale themself.
07-22-2000, 01:57 PM
Do you resist new ideas? onedayfree is basic economics. Did you take economics classes?
Order agent is a limit order.
Buy now is a market order.
Everything has a price for someone.
Try new things
07-22-2000, 02:29 PM
All joking aside Homie, I honestly have a degree in Economics from Northern Michigan University. How did you guess?
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