Saving Money on a Hard Drive

Tips for saving money when buying a hard drive. Post your ideas below.

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By Tracy (Guest Post)
November 8, 20080 found this helpful

Go to You can sign up free to receive instant alerts on virtually anything. These alerts will tell you when the item you have specified is available at a good price.


Techdeals has a similar feature. Most of these sale prices are available from internet merchants and may include free shipping.

By Tracy (Guest Post)
November 17, 20080 found this helpful

There are other money websites you should also consider. Google this: "13 Web Sites that are cheaper than ebay" to get them all. Many are tech oriented but most have search features where you can enter most any item and get a response showing where the item you want is either available or on sale.


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November 18, 20080 found this helpful

Go to your best computer repair shop. (If necessary, ask for advice for a reputable and good one). They sometimes have parts, including hard drives, that have been traded out in an upgrade.


It doesn't hurt to try. Avoid the really busy times of the day, so the person who matters will have the time to talk to you.

November 21, 20080 found this helpful

The best place to buy a hard drive is Ebay. I bought an 80 gig hardrive for 10 bucks.


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