Cheap SD 256 cards

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by a@b.com, Sep 20, 2004.

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    I just ordered a couple Kingston cards from Newegg.com before rebate for
    $56. There's a $15 rebate on each card.

    Right after I ordered, I found I could have got them for $52 from another
    online merchant.

    Few monthes from now I can probably get 512's for the same price.




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  2. EF in FLA Guest

    > Few monthes from now I can probably get 512's for the same price.
    >


    Indeed. It's best to shop for the best bargain, buy what you need, and then
    not spend a lot of time watching the prices fall. It'll just make you mad.
    ;)

    ef
     
    EF in FLA, Sep 21, 2004
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