- Seagate 1TB Expansion $163.56 for Target RedCard users
FYI, there is a Debit RedCard that links to your existing checking account if you don't want to apply for the Credit RedCard. There is no credit check and it has all the same benefits, including 5% off on everything you buy at Target. If you load it as a payment in your Target.com profile, you can pay with it online or pay with it by scanning a barcode instore with the app.
Where did the store wide 20% coupon come from? Haven't seen that one this week.ID: gq7736t
Yeah is OP gonna tell us or is he just showing offID: gq76pqx
I'd like to know this as wellID: gq79dfp
SAVE20 but it ain’t working on this cardID: gq7dfbj
It’s an offer with Target Circle - supposedly it’s a targeted discount, so everyone might not have access to it. I got it myself, but I hadn’t bought anything from Target since last November so there’s a possibility time has something to do with it.
They have a bonus offer for Redcard: get approved for the card and get $40 your next $40+ purchase.ID: gq734jz
You can’t buy Xbox one accessories or console with the $40 offer. I learned this the hard way after signing up and reading the terms
You gonna tell us how to get those other discounts? Lol
Woah!!! I just pulled the trigger on one of these last weekend... may have to take it back and see if I can get them to resell it to me using the coupon codes. With tax mine is saying $190.00 but I don’t have the 20% off... just $20 off $100
That’s almost reasonable. I wonder if I know any redcard users.
That's still too much for the specs. It's comparable to a Samsung 970 Evo, which goes for $140 macimum, without discounts
Edit: fanboys downvoting faxts because they can't go further than marketing buzzwords. 970 EVO has the same speeds as the Xbox SSDID: gq6zwx9
Yet an entire difference of the 970 Evo being PCIe 3.0 and not 4.0 is the flawed comparison in case here. So Actually it would still be under a retail price as a more accurate comparison to the 980.ID: gq76qiz
The specs are from sustained performance, not peak performance. PS5 is peak performance and look at loading comparisons with Series X