"Free" 1 GB USB Drive for those interested

Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by goodtimes5, Nov 3, 2007.

  1. goodtimes5 macrumors 6502a

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    Not for me personally, but I know a few folks over at Fatwallet that have more google accounts than most college campuses.
     
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    1 gig USB drives are a dime a dozen these days. Heck you can get a 8 gig one here is Australia (where tech is usually overpriced) for about 60 bucks.
     
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    Haha, cool, thanks for this!

    A 1GB drive for $0.77, awesome!
     
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    hm,.. I cant get the 10$ discount to show. I just signed up for google checkout.. what gives? Any ideas?

    *update- got it! I guess you have to sign up through their website. Those Bastards.
     
  10. goodtimes5 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    It's ~70 cents and making a new gmail account. Your call.
     
  11. hood macrumors member

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    I placed my order and received two emails. The first on stating that it was $0.00 sale and the second one stated $10. Hmmm I am a little confused.
     
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    One is the email from Google Checkout that shows what your card will be charged since you bought the item from Buy.com through Google Checkout.

    The other email is from Buy.com that doesn't know you used Google Checkout, so it says $10.
     
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    Thanks can you order multiple if you use different email addresses?
     
  16. Bambeezer macrumors regular

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    Yes you can and they dont have be gmail accounts either.
     
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    even if they are on the same credit card?
     
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    Thanks a bunch for the link. :)

    This is perfect timing. Just last week I lost my 256 thumb drive... left it in an iMac at the 5th avenue apple store by accident :eek:.

    Can't beat 77 cents for a 1gig stick though. I love the internet. :D
     
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    You definitely won't have the best looking flash drive on the block but you can't beat that price with a stick :D
     
  20. Draddy macrumors regular

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    heck yes, No buy.com warehouse in GA, so no tax for me :D Free 1GB stick! w00t
     

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