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  1. #1
    MacWilder
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    Does Costco have any good in-store deals these days, as it has in the
    past?

    MacWilder



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  2. #2
    RexyBlue
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    Re: Costco

    I think so, yes. Here in the Los Angeles area Costcos the Samsung
    A-460 is $68 and the Sanyo 8100 is $169. Both come with car charger,
    handsfree set and holster. At to all this a lifetime return policy as
    long as you keep the receipt, and it all adds up to a very good deal,
    whether you're an existing or new SPCS customer.

    Rex Y. Blue


    On Wed, 29 Oct 2003 15:46:57 -0600, MacWilder <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Does Costco have any good in-store deals these days, as it has in the
    >past?
    >
    >MacWilder





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  3. #3
    Frank Harris
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    Re: Costco

    At the San Francisco Costco, it's similar. A460 for $68, A620 for $249,
    silver 8100 on display but no price tag, all including car charger and
    earbud in the box. A card (LIT17419TG) says you also get a $35 PCS
    Service Credit and FREE PCS Voice Command for 12 months, but the back of
    the card says "...with a new phone number..."

    Another card (LIT46432) at the kiosk says "Get an Extended life battery
    FREE by mail with the purchase and activation of the PCS Vision Picture
    Phone VGA1000 by Samsung...You will automatically receive your extended
    life battery by mail 4-6 weeks after activation...Restrictions
    apply...Offer ends March 31, 2004"


    --
    Frank Harris in San Francisco




  4. #4
    CAT0NHAT
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    Re: Costco

    The best thing about Costco is their "Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee" which
    many folks have invoked in situations where a SprintPCS store would decline to
    replace a problem phone.



  5. #5
    wldthng842
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    Re: Costco

    8100-$169.99
    VGA-1000-$249.99 & free extended battery
    N400(if in stock)-$89.99
    A460-$67.99

    All come with car charger, earpiece, and belt clip.
    Have same rebates as stores.
    No activation fee for new activations.

    -Brandt


    "CAT0NHAT" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > The best thing about Costco is their "Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee"

    which
    > many folks have invoked in situations where a SprintPCS store would

    decline to
    > replace a problem phone.






  6. #6
    John Richards
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    Re: Costco

    > VGA-1000-$249.99 & free extended battery

    Has anyone received the free extended battery yet?
    I've been waiting 6 weeks so far.

    --
    John Richards





  7. #7
    Thomas T. Veldhouse
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    Re: Costco


    "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > VGA-1000-$249.99 & free extended battery

    >
    > Has anyone received the free extended battery yet?
    > I've been waiting 6 weeks so far.
    >
    > --


    I received my battery for my A500 in about three weeks. I have little doubt
    about their authenticity. I do believe they have a method for you to check
    on the progress of the battery order (which is how it was classified when I
    received mine). I chose to "order" the battery through their webpage, so
    YMMV if you chose the postal route.

    Tom Veldhouse





  8. #8
    xTenn
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    Re: Costco


    "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > VGA-1000-$249.99 & free extended battery

    >
    > Has anyone received the free extended battery yet?
    > I've been waiting 6 weeks so far.
    >
    > --
    > John Richards
    >
    >


    Fine Print - The "extended" part was the time time it took to ship the
    battery.

    (sorry, not trying to have fun at your misfortune, hope you receive it
    soon.).





  9. #9

    Re: Costco

    The Sprintpcs desk was no longer where it was at my local Costco (
    Atlanta ( Dunwoody ) GA . They may have moved it but where it was
    located are now AT&T prepaid "go" phones .

    On Wed, 29 Oct 2003 15:46:57 -0600, MacWilder <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Does Costco have any good in-store deals these days, as it has in the
    >past?
    >
    >MacWilder





  10. #10
    John Richards
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    Re: Costco

    Thomas T. Veldhouse wrote:
    > "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >>> VGA-1000-$249.99 & free extended battery

    >>
    >> Has anyone received the free extended battery yet?
    >> I've been waiting 6 weeks so far.
    >>
    >> --

    >
    > I received my battery for my A500 in about three weeks. I have little doubt
    > about their authenticity. I do believe they have a method for you to check
    > on the progress of the battery order (which is how it was classified when I
    > received mine). I chose to "order" the battery through their webpage, so
    > YMMV if you chose the postal route.
    >
    > Tom Veldhouse


    By "their webpage" you mean SprintPCS? I thought this was a Costco deal.
    The promotion at Costco said "Get an Extended life battery FREE by mail
    with the purchase and activation of the PCS Vision Picture Phone VGA1000
    by Samsung...You will automatically receive your extended life battery by
    mail 4-6 weeks after activation."
    Based on that last statement, I haven't done anything but activate the phone,
    and I wasn't given a means to follow up on the battery deal. Should I
    complain to Costco or to SprintPCS?

    --
    John Richards





  11. #11
    Dan Pendragon
    Guest

    Re: Costco

    In article <[email protected]>, [email protected]
    wrote:

    > The Sprintpcs desk was no longer where it was at my local Costco (
    > Atlanta ( Dunwoody ) GA . They may have moved it but where it was
    > located are now AT&T prepaid "go" phones .


    Circuit City has also dumped SprintPCS.



  12. #12
    Thomas T. Veldhouse
    Guest

    Re: Costco


    "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:hKfob.15591$1%[email protected]
    >
    > By "their webpage" you mean SprintPCS? I thought this was a Costco deal.
    > The promotion at Costco said "Get an Extended life battery FREE by mail
    > with the purchase and activation of the PCS Vision Picture Phone VGA1000
    > by Samsung...You will automatically receive your extended life battery by
    > mail 4-6 weeks after activation."
    > Based on that last statement, I haven't done anything but activate the

    phone,
    > and I wasn't given a means to follow up on the battery deal. Should I
    > complain to Costco or to SprintPCS?
    >
    > --
    > John Richards
    >
    >


    No, Samsung. They are the ones who have given out the extended battery
    deals in the past. They put a little card in the box my phone came in [from
    Costco] and I could either mail it in or go online and do it. It actually
    processes an order for you in the amount of $0. I was able to track the
    progress of the order. I believe it wasn't even updated as shipped yet when
    the battery arrived at the door. Come to think of it, I don't think it was
    even three weeks. I think it was only about 1 week. My brother received
    his battery equally fast.

    Tom Veldhouse





  13. #13
    Thomas T. Veldhouse
    Guest

    Re: Costco


    "Dan Pendragon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>, [email protected]
    > wrote:
    >
    > > The Sprintpcs desk was no longer where it was at my local Costco (
    > > Atlanta ( Dunwoody ) GA . They may have moved it but where it was
    > > located are now AT&T prepaid "go" phones .

    >
    > Circuit City has also dumped SprintPCS.


    Costco didn't dump Sprint phones (unless it happened since last weekend). I
    suspect they simply moved the Sprint stand. They moved it at the store I
    visit more than twice (as they move everything in that store from time to
    time).

    Tom Veldhouse





  14. #14
    RexyBlue
    Guest

    Re: Costco

    On Fri, 31 Oct 2003 08:32:28 -0600, "Thomas T. Veldhouse"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >No, Samsung. They are the ones who have given out the extended battery
    >deals in the past. They put a little card in the box my phone came in [from
    >Costco] and I could either mail it in or go online and do it. It actually
    >processes an order for you in the amount of $0. I was able to track the
    >progress of the order. I believe it wasn't even updated as shipped yet when
    >the battery arrived at the door.


    I bought a VGA 1000 from CostCo in August--and have since lost it
    --but there was no card for an extra battery in the box. I thought I
    must have imagined the offer, since there was no printed material for
    it anywhere.

    Anyway, about three weeks later, an extended battery arrived at my
    home nonetheless. It was labeled as a "Sprint" battery, not "Samsung."
    Came with a thank-you-for-purchasing-at-CostCo note, clear out of the
    blue. Works great, and actually, for some reason I can't explain, it
    weighs just a hair less than the slim battery.

    But one thing I do know: I never asked for it or ordered it. It just
    showed up in the mail one day.



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  15. #15
    wldthng842
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    Re: Costco

    Wrong, Costco is the one who is giving out the battery. If you have not
    gotten it yet, go into costco and talk to the people in membership. They
    can look it up for you.


    "Thomas T. Veldhouse" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "John Richards" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:hKfob.15591$1%[email protected]
    > >
    > > By "their webpage" you mean SprintPCS? I thought this was a Costco

    deal.
    > > The promotion at Costco said "Get an Extended life battery FREE by mail
    > > with the purchase and activation of the PCS Vision Picture Phone VGA1000
    > > by Samsung...You will automatically receive your extended life battery

    by
    > > mail 4-6 weeks after activation."
    > > Based on that last statement, I haven't done anything but activate the

    > phone,
    > > and I wasn't given a means to follow up on the battery deal. Should I
    > > complain to Costco or to SprintPCS?
    > >
    > > --
    > > John Richards
    > >
    > >

    >
    > No, Samsung. They are the ones who have given out the extended battery
    > deals in the past. They put a little card in the box my phone came in

    [from
    > Costco] and I could either mail it in or go online and do it. It actually
    > processes an order for you in the amount of $0. I was able to track the
    > progress of the order. I believe it wasn't even updated as shipped yet

    when
    > the battery arrived at the door. Come to think of it, I don't think it

    was
    > even three weeks. I think it was only about 1 week. My brother received
    > his battery equally fast.
    >
    > Tom Veldhouse
    >
    >






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