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    Any plans to reduce the cost of the SN25P at all?

    Hi Scan,

    Whether your aware or not but currently your price for the SN25P is around £20-25 more expensive that most other outlets. For example the same shuttle at Komplett is £284 inc VAT which is £17 cheaper.

    Now I would rather buy from yourselves as I think you are the better company and whilst city link aren't my favourite couriers their a lot lot better than Parcel Farce.

    Now I am looking to change to an SN25P, X800XL (Asus), new memory and a new HDD and an external caddy but the difference in price is putting me off from buying from you....

    Can you price match komplett?
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    We're currently looking into this with our suppliers to see what we can do.

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    Ta guys
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    Any news guys as i'm looking to order quite soon....
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    Wud like it if th price on the SN95G droped a little......

    Theres no way i can afford to move to the SN25p because that would mean a new pci-e vid card and tbh this x800 xt pe (agp) has more then enuff power for me so am just looking at moving to a agp shuttle till the price on the pci-2 stuff drops but with the cost being summat like £220/£240 it does not make sense when 40 quid more gets you a sn25p.



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    Aparently shuttle has been raising the prices of its shuttles recently so the price effects are being felt through out the chain.
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    Back in stock when and any news on reductions?
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    The price may be reviewed depending on cost of the next delivery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mort-uk
    The price may be reviewed depending on cost of the next delivery.
    But we pay delivery so what does the cost with delivery have to do with it? I have ordered huge amounts of stuff and got it next day and the delivery costs increased as I added stuff.
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    It depends on the cost per unit of their next delivery!
    Not around too often!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firelord
    But we pay delivery so what does the cost with delivery have to do with it? I have ordered huge amounts of stuff and got it next day and the delivery costs increased as I added stuff.

    When Scan get their next delivery - not the actual courier costs to you

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    Basically he means it will be reveiwed depending on the costings of our next purchase with the supplier !!!

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