Best Buy Future Shop 3 Day Sale: Olympus E-PL1 Camera is $250, iTunes $30 Multipack is $24 (Ends May 6) Future Shop 3 Day Sale (Ends May 6)

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Future Shop is running a 3 Day Sale with some decent deals in the mix. The sale is available until Sunday (May 6) and is valid in stores and online unless stated otherwise. Some of the notable offers include:

One deal that particularly caught our eye was the Olympus E-PL1 12.3MP Black Camera w/4-42mm Lens for $249.99 with free shipping. This compact and well-received interchangeable lens camera is a popular choice with our forums members or with any beginner photographer in the market for a decent and affordable starter kit. You may want to view this forum thread for more info. If you're interested, you'll want to act sooner rather than later as the $249.99 price is the lowest we've seen for the E-PLI (in black) since the last price drop. The camera is sold out online and available in store only, check in-store availability here.

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    • Pretty nice seeing the itunes $30 3 pack for $24 .
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    • stephroll wrote:
      May 4th, 2012 12:10 pm
      Pretty nice seeing the itunes $30 3 pack for $24 .

      Thank you for pointing it, I wouldn't have click the link if I didnt see you comment.
      Do we pay tax on top of the card price or not?
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    • The Sharp TV looks interesting. $100 on sale.
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    • Love the picture of the pig above. Looks like he's about to make sweet love to that penny!
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    • kunamvahees wrote:
      May 4th, 2012 3:05 pm
      Thank you for pointing it, I wouldn't have click the link if I didnt see you comment.
      Do we pay tax on top of the card price or not?

      You should not pay tax on them as you will be charged tax on purchases in the itunes/app store.... If they try to charge tax, don't pay it....
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    • G77 wrote:
      May 4th, 2012 3:34 pm
      You should not pay tax on them as you will be charged tax on purchases in the itunes/app store.... If they try to charge tax, don't pay it....

      Thank you for the answer. I read the same somewhere before and wanna confirm it before I buy it.
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    • In for the Devon 1712 @ $299. I think the lowest it has been before is $329.

      Good timing for me since my current receiver just now has static coming out of the right speaker, and I also had a $50 bestbuy gift card to use.
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    • kunamvahees wrote:
      May 4th, 2012 4:02 pm
      Thank you for the answer. I read the same somewhere before and wanna confirm it before I buy it.

      Plus iTunes cards are gift cards, and gift cards should not be taxed on whatsoever
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    • Tre the sale items just the ones on the main page; The 'featured' items?
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    • Aww they don't ship iTunes Cards :(
      Wanted to use my Coupon Code
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    • lockec wrote:
      May 4th, 2012 3:12 pm
      Love the picture of the pig above. Looks like he's about to make sweet love to that penny!

      That's a DOLLAR, fool... with a bite taken out of it. :D

      Looks like perhaps a 5% savings is implied.
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    • brclho wrote:
      May 4th, 2012 6:20 pm
      how does the pioneer look?

      Image

      :(
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    • was hoping for another sale on games :( been playing MW3 nonstop since the last sale
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    • silly questions that has probably already been answered before, but just want to confirm the itune cards work for app store purchases? all signs point to yes from the answers I see googling it
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    • Mugen123 wrote:
      May 4th, 2012 7:49 pm
      was hoping for another sale on games :( been playing MW3 nonstop since the last sale

      You might want to check any local Rogers Video stores around you as they went to B1G2 Free as of today...
      hrvatneah wrote:
      May 4th, 2012 10:22 pm
      silly questions that has probably already been answered before, but just want to confirm the itune cards work for app store purchases? all signs point to yes from the answers I see googling it

      Yes, you can buy anything on iTunes (movies, books, and of course apps).
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    • Captain Snazzypants wrote:
      May 4th, 2012 10:32 pm
      Yes, you can buy anything on iTunes (movies, books, and of course apps).
      great, thanks!
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