Samsung 850 EVO 1TB 2.5-Inch SATA SSD $249.99 at Amazon

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Amazon has the Samsung 850 EVO 1TB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD (MZ-75E1T0B/AM) drive for $249.99 with free Prime Shipping. Great price for this highly rated drive so grab one while it lasts.


  • Powered by Samsung V-NAND Technology; Optimized Performance for Everyday Computing.
  • Incredible Sequential Read/Write Performance : Up to 540MB/s and 520MB/s Respectively, and Random Read/Write IOPS Performance : Up to 98K and 90K Respectively
  • Endurance, Reliability, Energy Efficiency, and a 5-Year Limited Warranty
  • Included Contents: 2.5” (7mm) SATA III (6GB/s) SSD & User Manual (All Other Cables, Screws, Brackets Not Included).
  • Free download of Samsung Data Migration and Magician software available for easy installation and SSD management

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A decent price, but not as good as Crucial 750GB for $100 IMO.

The same drive is available from Newegg as part of their BF offerings: 

Newegg doesn't collect sales tax from nearly as many places as AZ does.  Additionally, if you have it, you can apply the $25 off $200 Newegg AMEX offer.  Finally, Newegg is bundling a "free" copy of Watchdogs 2 game (as a digital download).

I purposely put the word "free" in quotes because Newegg is arguably acting unethically with that offer. They end up creating two separate orders/invoices, one for the drive itself, the other for the "free" game. The invoice for the drive has a $59.99 "game discount" applied to it (lowering the drive order's price to $190). The "free" game is then invoiced for $59.99 (that's the unethical part, IMO). If the game is advertised as FREE, the invoice for it should be $0.00 and the drive should be charged the full price.  I suspect they're doing it this way to prevent people from obtaining free copies of the game (by simply returning the drive afterwards while keeping the game). BTW, if you place an order and then cancel out the game order, it also cancels out the drive order. I assume if you receive your order and then try to return the game afterwards, Newegg will likely only accept that return if you also return the drive. Wonder if a CC w/ return protection benefits would let you return the game order by itself (while holding onto the drive). If so, that could make this a VERY hot deal for a 1TB drive (as low as $165 after $25 AMEX offer and $59.99 return protection reimbursement).

*EDIT* Looks like software is ineligible for return protection w/ AMEX: 
Items not eligible for a refund are: 1. animals and living plants; 2. one-of-a-kind items (including, but not limited to, antiques, artwork, and furs); 3. limited edition items; 4. going-out-of-business sale items; 5. consumable or perishable items with limited life spans (including, but not limited to, food, perfume, light bulbs, and batteries); 6. jewelry (including, but not limited to, loose gems, precious stones, metals, and pearls); 7. watches; 8. services and additional costs (including, but not limited to, installation charges, warranties, shipping, handling or memberships); 9. rare and precious coins; 10. purchased used and/or altered items (including, but not limited to, purchases at auction sites and second-hand stores); 11. custom-built items; 12. compact discs, digital video discs, mini discs, audiotapes, videotapes; 13. computer software; 14. firmware (including, but not limited to, console games, etc.); 15. maps; 16. books, magazines or periodicals of any kind; 17. health care items and /or medical equipment (including, but not limited to, blood pressure machines and diabetes equipment, items or supplies used for maternity care); 18. personal hygiene items (including, but not limited to, all electrical or non-electrical toothbrushes, razors, or any devices (medical or non-medical) that have been personally used and could be considered a health risk to others); 19. formal wear (including, but not limited to, bridal wear, gowns, prom dresses, and tuxedos); 20. tickets of any kind (including, but not limited to, transportation passes or tickets and event tickets); 21. motorized vehicles (including, but not limited to, cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats, and airplanes), their parts and accessories (e.g. car battery) as well as those parts and accessories intended for use with the motorized vehicles (e.g. a trailer or audio or visual components); 22. land, buildings and fixtures (including but not limited to, central air conditioner, built-in kitchen appliance and water heater); 23. firearms; 24. ammunition; 25. negotiable instruments (including, but not limited to, promissory notes, stamps, and travelers checks); 26. cash and its equivalent (including, but not limited to, gift cards and gift certificates); 27. items permanently affixed to home, office, vehicles, etc. (including, but not limited to, garage door openers and car alarms); 28. seasonal items (including but not limited to holiday decorations and costumes).

You can look up return protection T&C's (by card type) here: 

Wow, I have never read AMEX T&C on return protection policy. I have "returned" many of those items through Amex without an issue.

Watchdogs 2 also free at Amazon.

scripta said:   A decent price, but not as good as IMO.
  You mean the expired deal?

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