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agillis
2009-05-08, 07:17
I would like to thank the SqueezeBox community for all the help they have given me. And their overwhelming support for my VortexBox project.

Here is a $25 off coupon for the VortexBox appliance.

Just click this url and use the code vbspring at checkout. This coupon is good until Tuesday next week.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001VSY66O/ref=nosim?tag=vort-20


Also if you are building a system. Amazon has the WD 1TB Green hard drive for $89.99 with free shipping. This is the cheapest you will find this drive anywhere. It's a great drive, very quiet, and low power.

Thanks again!

autopilot
2009-05-08, 07:46
Any plans for a UK launch/deal?

peterw
2009-05-08, 09:12
Also if you are building a system. Amazon has the WD 1TB Green hard drive for $89.99 with free shipping. This is the cheapest you will find this drive anywhere. It's a great drive, very quiet, and low power.


Newegg also has it (the OEM version -- you can think of OEM packaging as cheap or "green" as you prefer) right now for $89.99 USD w/ free shipping
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822136317

But if you buy through his Amazon link, agillis might get a small kickback -- one I think he's earned through generously supporting folks who download his VortexBox software and don't actually give him a dime. Kudos, agillis.

agillis
2009-05-08, 09:59
I sell VortexBox appliances to the UK all the time. Just select shipping to Europe when you buy the appliance on Amazon. It will raise the shipping cost from $8 to about $40.

Thanks for pointing that out Peter. I do make a little money to support the VortexBox project from selling Home Audio related stuff through my Amazon Store. You can by that 1TB drive here and a little bit will go to help the project.

http://astore.amazon.com/vort-20/detail/B001IEZX3G

Goodsounds
2009-05-08, 12:03
But if you buy through his Amazon link, agillis might get a small kickback....

Ha, I think the commercial term you want to use here is commission, referral fee, etc.

"Kickback" usually connotes a payment that some might view as, or in a circumstance of, being under the table, shady, unethical, etc. Something that in the light of day would be viewed unfavorably or differently. Click-through fees for internet commerce are normal.

agillis
2009-05-11, 10:33
Thanks for clarifying that Goodsounds.