Picked up a PF500 today for $329 before tax...

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by sbpark, Feb 8, 2013.


  1. sbpark

    sbpark

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    I am not a fan of Guitar Center, so I'm not posting this to benefit them, but I took advantage of one of their seemingly constant promotions (this one was a Valentines day promotion. Got $70 off when I spent $349 or more, so I picked up a PF500 that was normally $399. Not a bad deal at all and just thought I'd pass it on for others.
  2. vin*tone

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    That's so romantic. Buying your gf an amp for Valentines day. :p
  3. corba

    corba

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    these are 320 every day @ zzounds if you know the 20% off code fyi
  4. Grateful

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    Do share that code!
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  6. Fred312b

    Fred312b Supporting Member

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    What he said....
  7. rizzo9247

    rizzo9247 Supporting Member

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    Subscribe to their mailing list then unsubscribe and the will send you a 20%
  8. sbpark

    sbpark

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    So I basically paid $10 more to have it now, instead of waiting to have it delivered. I'm cool with that!
  9. corba

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    plus tax in your case
  10. sbpark

    sbpark

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    I'm in California, so we pay tax on everything, even stuff ordered online. Musicians Friend has a promo now though, that waives CA sales tax on all orders over $99.
  11. Grateful

    Grateful Supporting Member

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    It appears to be 10% now...
  12. R&B

    R&B Don't want no treble. Supporting Member

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    Except that if they offer a higher % discount than the tax rate, you get the discount but then pay the tax. :(

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