View Poll Results: Buying a Touchpad? Where?

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  • HP Sales Rep

    23 15.97%
  • Amazon

    33 22.92%
  • Best Buy

    57 39.58%
  • Walmart

    22 15.28%
  • Office Depot

    0 0%
  • Office Max

    1 0.69%
  • Sams Club

    7 4.86%
  • Staples

    1 0.69%
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  1.    #81  
    Quote Originally Posted by Janir View Post
    I just got a 10% off weekend Best Buy coupons in the mail 2 days ago for this weekend. Didn't see int eh fire print that the HP Touchpad was excluded for the 10% off. Thats $60 bucks right there, then my local sales tax of 5.5% i still get about $30 vs Amazon Plus BB REward Zone Points.

    Might we worth to cancel my preorder... Get it sooner, and save $30.
    where the coupons in a mailer or email? I would love to get my hands on one.. Im going it best buy to try my luck on friday...
  2. #82  
    Midnight Walmart, gives me plenty of time to setup and enjoy
  3. #83  
    Quote Originally Posted by salazar09 View Post
    Only reason I'm buying it from Best Buy is because I have over $150 in store credit.
    If I were you I would buy through Amazon because cheaper and then use those 150 bucks to buy accessories at BB
  4. #84  
    Quote Originally Posted by ogloco21 View Post
    Im surprised that only 2 people so far are going with the HP sales rep.. I wonder why....
    You know I'm an HP Rep but I have yet to meet these types of sales reps that everyone keeps talking about, where would I find one of these people?
  5. #85  
    Quote Originally Posted by w2wpaul View Post
    No BB on the Big Island. If by some miracle the Kona Walmart gets a couple I'll go there otherwise AMAZON.
    You live in Hawaii huh? How much is shipping for things off of Amazon typically there?
  6. #86  
    Quote Originally Posted by louboy23 View Post
    I just looked at my Amazon purchase history, since I had forgotten, and I don't get any sales tax here in Los Angeles. So $50 less Amazon it is, plus a cover case and a touchstone if they have it !
    As of July 1, Amazon (and all online retailers) technically have to collect sales tax on California sales. This is provision of the budget that passed yesterday. The temporary 1% extra sales tax will expire tomorow.

    -- Sent from my Palm Pre using Forums
    Dan Donovan
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