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Does pcpartpicker List Lowest Prices for Holidays?

xDylanx24

39 months ago

Exactly what it says in the title.

 Just want to know if they list lowest prices for holidays like Black Friday, and Christmas. Also if my current partlist would be updated to those prices or will i have to make a new partlist cause i see my price on my list change every few days that's why im asking. If you know please feel free to type your knowledge in the comments.

Thank you

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  • 39 months ago
  • 2 points

Lowest prices? No. Too many hidden secrets. For example, newegg daily emails you get a "code" for discounted pricing. Or Amazon daily deals.

Lowest pricing could be Fry's or MicroCenter that are not listed here. Again, email deals.

Many "Black Friday" forums post their holiday ads days or even a month ahead of scheduled date. Some BF forums will list the holiday items by category for you. So you dont have to look very hard :)

IF you really want the lowest pricing, that would involve several web sites and checking pricing "daily". But this forum does a pretty damn good job. PCPARTPICKER is the best single source.

  • 39 months ago
  • 2 points

As long as the price drops are prominent, yes.

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