help plz :P

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by kenman1, Dec 28, 2008.

Dec 28, 2008

help plz :P by kenman1 at 1:13 AM (746 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. kenman1
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    What the best shop to buy a edge card from other than dealexreme?
     
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    dealwoot has them i believe.
    i haven't ordered anything from there, but i hear they are good.
     
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    Are they cheap? I need a real cheap one other than dealextreme
     
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    dealextreme is as cheap as it gets. either shell out extra cash to buy a flashcard (you'd get it a helluva lot faster by anyone other than dealextreme because dealextreme is a zero stock company and most others aren't) or keep it in your wallet. i don't mean to sound harsh but that is how it is for the most part.

    now a relatively cheap place (not dealextreme cheap) to buy an edge card is here:

    Edge at Dealwoot

    as you can see it is $33.99 (not including shipping) compared to dealextreme's $16.22 but you will most likely receive one from DealWoot before DealExtreme

    DealWoot-has warehouses full of stock therefore things cost more to cover expenses, ships much faster compared to DealExtreme

    DealExtreme-zero stock company. orders small shipments from their dealers, has no warehouses full of stock, therefore prices are much cheaper, ships much slower compared to DealWoot as it is almost impossible for them to meet a large number of demands in a short amount of time due to being a zero stock company
     

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