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    Maxtor 100+20GB internal HDD for 69.98 !!! at Staples

    This offer will be there in the Staples Circular for 3/16 - 3/29

    Maxtor 100+20GB 7200 (503796) = $149.98 - $10 IR - $40 MIR = $99.98

    Use the $30 off $100 Coupon to get the deal for $69.98

    The HDD is already available at Staples without the IR
    http://www.staples.com/Catalog/Browse/Sku.asp?PageType=1&Sku=503796

    Buy it now and do a PriceMatch later to get back the additional $10. Even without the IR, this is a pretty sweet deal. Note that this has only 2MB cache, but that may not bother all of you.

    Link to the Rebate
    http://www.staples.com/Products/Rebates/03_29_03_Maxtor503796.pdf

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    Thats a 120 gig HD. Not two of them, 100 + 20. Anyway nice deal.
    120GB Internal Hard Drive

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    Sorry about the coupon info, its not 30 off 100, its 30 off 150 and the online coupon code is 23579

    This is one single harddisk of 120GB. Enjoy !!!

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    Just wait for two more weeks, there maybe a chance that Staples will come up with one more rebate.

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    PM for IR

    I placed an order of it today. How can I do PM later for $10 IR?

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    Often, but not alwys, online you can stack one 16 digit coupon with one 5 digit coupon. This deal would really be nice with an additional $40 off $40.

    Thank you for posting it.

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    is that a hint that he will win it Andrew? :D

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    I also ordered it and would like to know how to pricematch to the $10 coupon that will be available the 16th.

    Thanks.

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    It will be more of a price adjustment than a price match with Staples. Never done it before, but worth a try. Let us know if anyone has done that before at Staples. I have successfully done this kind of price adjustment at Best Buy before this. Otherwise, I plan to do a return buy. But to do that, you have to delay the posting of the rebate form and the UPC barcode. It will be very nice if someone could pour in more information about the Staples price match/adjustment policy over here.

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    In the mail today, since I signed up for a Staples Business Card, I got two coupons. 10 off of 40 (instore only) and 20 off 100 (instore, online, phone) that can make this deal even sweeter.

    Edit: Nevermind, you would have to have 250 in your cart. Dang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeAfterRebate
    Often, but not alwys, online you can stack one 16 digit coupon with one 5 digit coupon. This deal would really be nice with an additional $40 off $40.

    Thank you for posting it.
    This worked for me with a $40/$40 certificate via Discover cash back. They weren't stackable in the true sense. I had $191 in my cart including the drive, so was able to use the $30/$150 5-digit and the $40 16-digit together. Any less than $190 and I imagine I wouldn't have been able to do that.

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