HD-DVR Price drop is offical

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  1. Jan 10, 2008 #1 of 121
    rborden

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    As of today the price of the HD-DVR has dropped to $199. This price is available to all customers and the frontline CSR's can order it at the new price. :D
     
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    Sirshagg

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    Someone plese tells the CSR's. :)
     
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    PennHORN

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    Don't forget there is an additional $99 instant rebate as well so if you can basically get 2 now for the price of 1 at the old price of $299.
     
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    Sirshagg

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    more data please
     
  5. Jan 10, 2008 #5 of 121
    mtnsackett

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    It's true it is $199 now although install may be between $0 and $99 for current customers:nono2:
     
  6. Jan 10, 2008 #6 of 121
    PennHORN

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    Check out DirecTV.com. On the intro page they have the HD-DVR listed as $99.00. For the hell of it I priced it out and you get 1 $99 rebate even if you lease multiple HD-DVRs
     
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    Mike728

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    Actually, it's just stating that it is $100 less than it used to be. How did you find a $99 rebate?
     
  8. Jan 10, 2008 #8 of 121
    tunce

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    It shows up at BestBuy.com as $199. I might be stopping there on the way home tonight.

    HR21 at BestBuy
     
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    PoitNarf

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    Nice! :D
     
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    PennHORN

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    Mike728

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    Oh yeah???

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  12. Jan 10, 2008 #12 of 121
    marker101

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    Just did that myself. Price on the shelf still said $299, but at the register it was $199.
     
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    marker101

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    New customers deal.
     
  14. Jan 10, 2008 #14 of 121
    braven

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    I stopped by Costco during lunch today and they have them priced at $169.99.
     
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    tunce

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    Braven, you win!
     
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    tunce

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    If I had a Costco here I would be all over that one. But we only have Sams club and they stop carrying Directv here.
     
  17. Jan 10, 2008 #17 of 121
    bwaldron

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    I've got Costco here, but DirecTV equipment has never been carried at our local store.
     
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    Sirshagg

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    It's just unfortunate that in my are they have all long since switched over to the 21 series
     
  19. Jan 10, 2008 #19 of 121
    mbrown520

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    I am an existing subscriber...
    If I have a friend who is a cosco memeber can I have him buy one for me and then hook it up myself or do they take down information that allows only the member to use it?
    Thanks
     
  20. Jan 10, 2008 #20 of 121
    convem24

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    You should be able to have your buddy buy it from Costco and then you can activate it. Costco does not capture existing customer information so you should have no problem with that.
     
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