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Sure SE420's for 149.99 on Amazon black friday deals
hour and a half left. 50% stock left.
20% off everything at earphonesolutions (and probably headphonesolutions) with the code CYBER2010. Valid until Monday the 29th of November.
At "computer geeks" use code SAVEMONEY during checkout to get a nice discount on headphones and stuff.
d5000 can be bought on electronics expo for 397 free ship with the coupon BLACKFRIDAYSAVINGS until 12/31/10
d5000 is 389 straight from amazon tho.
cant find the shure deal on amazon. mustve already expired.
Sad me. Why didn't I wait for this week... I need money...
Wait for amazon price drops
Things are getting interesting ..I really hope they do the shure se530s since they are discontinued like the 420..keeping fingers crossed
Too bad everything on their page is like 50% more expensive than Amazon.
Yeah, I find the prices high as well, but remember that not every seller on Amazon ships internationally. For buyers not in the U.S. (like me), it can end up being a better deal.
Thanks for posting this code. With 20% off, a Grado RS-1i is $625 USD inclusive of shipping cost to Australia. So tempted.
Amazon is selling The Beatles Box Sets both stereo and mono for 129.99 shipped my wife ordered a set and they shipped but can't have it till Xmas.
Then be tempted no more: no authorized Grado reseller wil ship their headphones internationally.
Yeah, I already knew that but I thought there may have been a slim chance considering it calculated total cost after putting in the promo code and my postal code.
I understand manufacturers limiting availability in certain regions if there are alternatives available (ie Alessandro), but what's with the reluctance to ship overseas (Australia, not some freakin' backwater remote region)? It's not just online retailers either. Sellers in the FS threads seldom ship overseas for items I have interest in... it's so frustrating and downright offensive in some instances.