Amazon India lightning deals

rsaeon

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Looking for laptop ram if someone's got a clue about that.


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nitin_g3

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A few more motherboards with 35% off:

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Looks like manufacturer clearing AM4 stocks.
 

rsaeon

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@rsaeon where are you getting these coupons from? I don't see them

The coupons are a little more difficult to spot on mobile/app pages:

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But if you meant to ask how I'm finding them, it's through some targeted browsing. These huge discounts are only with Appario, and only when they have about five or less items in stock of a particular SKU. It's driven by an algorithm where I assume they want to clear up a spot in a warehouse somewhere for another product, so they drop the prices to the absolute minimum to have that SKU sell out quickly. This algorithm is pretty active during the sales, but also works during normal days, it's just more difficult to spot. An X299 motherboard had dropped down to 13.5K back in November.

The search feature on Amazon is heavily biased by other customers so I prefer to browse through seller profiles/listings instead of by category. For example, this X399 motherboard doesn't show up with any category listing or any keyword search, but it's available for sale with a direct link from the seller's listings


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This is the Appario seller page that I browse/search for the coupons:

 

immolationepoch

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The coupons are a little more difficult to spot on mobile/app pages:

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But if you meant to ask how I'm finding them, it's through some targeted browsing. These huge discounts are only with Appario, and only when they have about five or less items in stock of a particular SKU. It's driven by an algorithm where I assume they want to clear up a spot in a warehouse somewhere for another product, so they drop the prices to the absolute minimum to have that SKU sell out quickly. This algorithm is pretty active during the sales, but also works during normal days, it's just more difficult to spot. An X299 motherboard had dropped down to 13.5K back in November.

The search feature on Amazon is heavily biased by other customers so I prefer to browse through seller profiles/listings instead of by category. For example, this X399 motherboard doesn't show up with any category listing or any keyword search, but it's available for sale with a direct link from the seller's listings


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This is the Appario seller page that I browse/search for the coupons:

M-itx motherboards still selling for sky high prices :|
 

rsaeon

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M-itx motherboards still selling for sky high prices :|

There's one that's not so bad:

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At under 20k with bank offers, this is probably the lowest-price Z-series mini-itx motherboard.

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500GB EXCERIA NVME rated for 200TBW with 5 year warranty:

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prime

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Any good deal on i3 (or equivalent) laptops?

Should have NVMe and 2.5" SSD slots to install my own 1TB NVMe +1TB 2.5" SSD.
 
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Emrebel

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There's one that's not so bad:

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At under 20k with bank offers, this is probably the lowest-price Z-series mini-itx motherboard.

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500GB EXCERIA NVME rated for 200TBW with 5 year warranty:

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At 3.3k it is very reasonable
 
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