Borders Australia is aiming to counter the belief that buying books from the US line is cheaper than buying them locally, promising to beat amazon.com's price every time.
on 05/06/2010 – Made popular on 05/06/2010
Anyone who does a bit of online shopping knows that one of the most important rules to get the best deal possible is to look for the product you want on multiple shopping platforms. For example, buying a used book on Amazon is easy, and buying the same on eBay might be cheaper.
Amazon is buying Twitch? Wait, I thought Google was buying Twitch?
Today, Im pleased to announce weve been acquired by Amazon. We chose Amazon because they believe in our community, they share our values and long-term vision, and they want to help us get there faster.
Basically I'm new to both buying a tablet and to buying a samsung product. All I have atm is an iPhone so my experience with this kind of stuff is limited. Anyway I really want this product but am getting impatient, it seems to have incredibly limited availability in the UK, particularly the black model which is the one I want.
Amazon has the Samsung Evo 840 500GB model for $259.99, the lowest price it's ever been on Amazon according to Camelcamelcamel, $25 cheaper than newegg and $20 cheaper than it was just yesterday on Amazon.
Bonus: The 500 GB is the smallest that has the same performance as the larger drives.
We’re always looking for a good deal, right? I mean, who deoesn’t like buying a new Android device on the cheap! Well, cheaper than if you were to go purchase one directly from a wireless carrier, cheap. Either way, Amazon Wireless just listed some new sale prices on a few hot Android phones that you won’t find priced cheaper anywhere else.
For reasons too pointlessly long to explain, I need to upgrade my PC to Windows 8 and I want the features that are going to come with the 8.1 update. Basically, I am planning on buying Windows 8 on Amazon because it's $95.88 and that is cheaper than what 8.1 is going to cost brand new.