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TigerDirect.com

Post by Dude » Thu Oct 18, 2018 10:12 pm

I bought several memory cards from ebay that turned out to be fakes and they died within a few months to a year, so I don't buy memory on ebay any more.
So I was looking for a new usb flash drive and walmart had a Kingston 32 gig for $9.41
instead of buying it I decided to try and find a better price,
so I started searching and ran across TigerDirect.com
I read some stuff about how they were owned by Circuit City or Best Buy,
and they had a great price of $4.99 so I thought that was a great deal,
so I go to buy it and they add shipping (Walmart had free shipping) so the final price comes to $8.37 and for some reason I go ahead and buy it because I have already entered a lot of information on their site and I am a little tired.
As soon as I hit the buy button I realize that it's not a 32 gig flash drive I am buying, it's a 16 gig.
So I am playing almost the same price for a 16 gig that walmart sells a 32 gig.

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Re: TigerDirect.com

Post by Webscout » Fri Oct 19, 2018 7:01 am

TigerDirect.com

I don't come across that site much anymore.

I have bought quite a few USB's ...many from Amazon. Not many problems. I do buy some from AliExpress..the better known companies.

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Re: TigerDirect.com

Post by Dude » Wed Oct 24, 2018 11:39 am

I received my Kingston USB drive and it works great, so that was good.
but next time I will buy one from walmart.

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