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Hp Stream 7 Purchase - $69-$75 Shipped Ms Store


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Hi all,

 

Just picked up an HP Stream 7 for $69.23 shipped in CA. Here's how I got it:

 

- Used edu discount or text MSSTORE to 29502 (-5%).

- Then text FITBIT to 29502 to get a $25 off $75 coupon code that stacks with one or the other form above

 

Edu discount is give about $5 more than the other method I believe...

 

Hope this helps. Not sure how long the deal is going on either. OP from Slickdeals forums from SpeedRacer20.

 

http://slickdeals.net/f/7516588-32gb-hp-stream-7-windows-8-1-signature-edition-7-tablet-with-1-yr-office-365-74-free-shipping-text-messaging-required

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I picked mine up at the Louisville MS store last week. Totally forgot that I qualify for an educational discount.

 

Got a good deal anyway though-- they were running a special that included the case and screen protector with Complete. I don't care for screen protectors, so I won't use that, but I got the Stream 7, case, protectors, and Complete for $123. I thought that wasn't too bad of a deal.

 

I'm very impressed with the quality of the Stream 7--both the physicality of it and the bright screen. I really have no justifiable use for this device, but I love carrying it with me in my inside jacket pocket. It also works well with my iWerkz foldable keyboard.  

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