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You'll feel very important by shopping at Best Buy, because their Early Labour Day VIP Sale is on now and you'll find one-day-only deals on hundreds of electronics across the entire store, including unadvertised in-store exclusives!

You can see the 37-page flyer for the sale here on RedFlagDeals and we've listed a few VIP deals to help give you an idea of what's available.

Appliances and Kitchen

Cameras

Computers and Components

Home Theatre and Audio

Kids and Baby

Peripherals and Accessories

Video Games

Wearables

The Best Buy VIP Sale is effective online and in Best Buy stores (where available) on Thursday, August 29 only. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (excluding oversized items) and a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum order.

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    • Shuckability is what I need to know.
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    • I can't find details about if it's 5400 or 7200 rpm. The best source I found was this - https://www.cnet.com/products/seagate-b ... b-usb-3-0/

      Would this drive be suitable for an xbox one? I also noticed that the warranty is only 1 year. My previous Seagate external hard drive had a 3 year warranty. Has Seagate recently reduced their warranty on all external drives?
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    • 8TB is $179. Not the best price but decent enough for me.
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    • a backup for my backup in case my current backup dies on me
      thanks! op
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    • RSole wrote:
      Aug 29th, 2019 9:05 am
      Shuckability is what I need to know.
      Genuine question: do people often shuck portable drives? I thought shucking was mainly to use for RAID arrays or multidisk NAS setups. I've always stuck to 3.5" drives for that. I suppose I could put a 2.5" drive in one too. It's never really crossed my mind. Do you have experience doing this? Are there any drawbacks to using 2.5" drives?
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    • rajanprash wrote:
      Aug 29th, 2019 8:53 am
      Good deal, staples also has the 5TB version for $30 more -> https://www.staples.ca/products/2438377 ... IPP%3APAID
      I will wait for the experts to chime in before pulling the trigger, Upvoted OP!!!
      Ecsta wrote:
      Aug 29th, 2019 9:28 am
      Use coupon code 64741 ($20 off $100+) and at checkout it shows as $99+tax.
      strange cart is $129.99 but checkout is $119.99. The coupon code does bring it down to $99 and tax. Thanks!
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    • Ecsta wrote:
      Aug 29th, 2019 9:28 am
      Use coupon code 64741 ($20 off $100+) and at checkout it shows as $99+tax.
      Now this is hot, $20/TB.
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    • Striker60 wrote:
      Aug 29th, 2019 9:08 am
      I can't find details about if it's 5400 or 7200 rpm. The best source I found was this - https://www.cnet.com/products/seagate-b ... b-usb-3-0/

      Would this drive be suitable for an xbox one? I also noticed that the warranty is only 1 year. My previous Seagate external hard drive had a 3 year warranty. Has Seagate recently reduced their warranty on all external drives?
      1. It's 5400rpm "around that at least" being a cheap portable 2.5"
      2. Yes, it would be suitable
      3. I recommend a 3.5" for an external, for around $70-$80 more you can get an 8tb seagate from newegg ebay "usually this price"
      The performance between a 2.5 vs a 3.5" is crazy running as in external drive, I had a 2.5" WD.. My Friends have a few seagate 2.5"
      We have very similar load times, mine is a TINY bit faster..
      I bought a bunch of 8TB's to shuck.. but before opening I wanted to try one on the XBOX, and HOLY CRAP what a difference...
      I didn't shuck that one :P
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    • Thanks OP. Reserved one.
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    • RSole wrote:
      Aug 29th, 2019 9:05 am
      Shuckability is what I need to know.
      All drives can be shucked if you try hard enough
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    • Artwebb1986 wrote:
      Aug 29th, 2019 9:11 am
      8TB is $179. Not the best price but decent enough for me.
      Not 2.5 inch though
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    • Ecsta wrote:
      Aug 29th, 2019 9:28 am
      Use coupon code 64741 ($20 off $100+) and at checkout it shows as $99+tax.
      This is better $ per gig and has 2 year warranty but no USB c port
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    • MoonlightChase wrote:
      Aug 29th, 2019 9:57 am
      Now this is hot, $20/TB.

      This is almost as good as the Staples clearance on the 2TB for $36. But one 5TB drive is better than a few smaller drives for convenience.
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    • Ecsta wrote:
      Aug 29th, 2019 9:28 am
      Use coupon code 64741 ($20 off $100+) and at checkout it shows as $99+tax.
      Thank you
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