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Canadian sales for computer hardware

r/bapcsalescanada

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Cheap part recommendations and general build help are welcome (though you might want to consider using r/bapccanada or r/buildapc first). Don't post limited time deals in here.

Be sure to check out the previous threads for previously answered/unanswered questions.

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About Community

Canadian sale subreddit for your PC needs. Deals on monitors, cables, processors, video cards, fans, cooling, cases, accessories, anything for a PC build. News and current events related to PC building in Canada. Inspired by /r/buildapcsales and /r/buildapc.
Created Jan 21, 2012

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r/bapcsalescanada Rules

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Canadian Store Product/Topic
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No Build Questions
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No Person To Person Sales
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No Referral Links
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No new Amazon 3rd party sellers

Posting Guidelines

Any websites directing to PC hardware available in Canada, please provide essential information, sale price and savings details (rebates, coupons, bundles, etc.).

  • Posting good deals with no significant reductions or savings of some sort is fine.

  • Check the item is in stock and available for purchase online at the time of posting.

  • Mark it has expired by following these steps.

Titles

Titles should be formatted as follows:

[type] description (price) [store]

Price Breakdown

Round up ($29.99) to the nearest dollar ($30).

  • ($30 - $10 = $20)
  • ($30 - $5 MIR = $25)
  • ($100 - 30% off = $70)

Examples

  • [GPU] Sapphire Radeon R9 280 DUAL-X OC ($280 - $50 = $230) [Canada Computers]
  • [Monitor] Alienware AW2518HF, 25" 1080p, 240 Hz, Freesync, TN ($450 - 10% = $405) [Dell]

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Retailers (Wiki)

Common websites for deals in Canada

Price Matching

Price matching your products can save you a lot of money. Several websites (Memory Express, Future Shop, Best Buy, Staples etc...) give such service.

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Mail In Rebates

The date given for a Mail In Rebate is the date the item must be purchased by. It must be postmarked (basically stamped / mailed by Canada Post) within ~30 days[1] from the purchase date.

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