Zero Shipping Zone vs Price Angels

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by geokilla, Mar 25, 2010.

  1. geokilla
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    Just compared the order that I made at Zero Shipping Zone to Price Angels, Zero Shipping Zone is cheaper. As for the service, Zero Shipping Zone provides better service. I orderd 10X Acekard 2i + 2 R4DS on Monday. Yesterday it already arrived at Hong Kong Post. My e-mail has a picture of the package that will be sent to me. My previous with Price Angels is similar to that of DealExtreme. The packaging is similar, as is the wait time.

    Zero Shipping Zone
    10X Acekard 2i + 2 R4DS + Tracking = $141 shipped

    Price Angels
    10X Acekard 2i = $ 140.90 shipped with bulkrate. No bulkrate makes it $156.21.

    Zero Shipping Zone
    5X Acekard 2i + Tracking = $72 shipped

    Price Angels
    5X Acekard 2i = $72.75 with bulkrate. No bulkrate makes it $78.11.

    Apparently tracking number is free if your order is over $40 at Zero Shipping Zone, as well as you get reward points. I didn't know about that and paid $2 for tracking, and I didn't receive my reward points yet. It's not even pending. I sent them an e-mail about this just now and will update GBATemp soon.
     
  2. BoxShot

    BoxShot Chiyo-chan :3

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    I believe you mean $72 shipped on the 5x Acekards. [​IMG] Anyways I should really really buy a freaking flashcart from 0SZ one day.
     
  3. Skyline969

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    I placed an order for an AK2i from them the other day. Today, I got the same email with a picture of the package. Their processing speeds are a LOT faster than DealExtreme's, I've noticed.
     
  4. Skyline969

    Skyline969 MENUdo Afficionado

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    The second I saw that, I was like "Whoa... now THAT is good customer service!"
     
  5. geokilla
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    geokilla GBAtemp Regular

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    Yes I did. Thanks for the catch.

    I noticed that a lot of people are saying PriceAngels are the new DealExtreme. Well since I've used/tried all 3, thought I'd sum up my experiences. I hope I help the GBATemp people.
     
  6. dukemagus

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    0shipping zone sent me a defective acekard once... no refund.

    but they sent pretty fast (32 days to arrive) and the package photo is epic win
     
  7. purechaos996

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    Darn I was going to order from 0shippingzone but it seemed kinda shady to me so I just ordered from my normal place plus they are based in the US.
     
  8. BlazeShaman

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    what???? 32 days to arrive?
    They told me 14-15 days to ship to aus.
     
  9. geokilla
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    Ok picked up my order the post office. Here's what the inside looks like.

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  10. BoxShot

    BoxShot Chiyo-chan :3

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    Why did you buy that many again? Is that both priceangels and 0SZ packages together or just one in the picture?
     
  11. Dangy

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    Does 0SZ have long shipping times?
     
  12. geokilla
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    geokilla GBAtemp Regular

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    0ShippingZone shipping time is similar to DealExtreme due to Hong Kong Post.

    Might try ndscardsale next time. Seems to be DealExtreme in disguise.