I am planning to buy a new laptop, one of the models in PCWorld website has caught my eyes (ASUS A53E-SX1339S)!
I was wondering why there is so much price difference between the Eire and the UK website? is it fair for people in Ireland to buy a product with a much more expensive price than the standard universal one?
price: £ 549 (€ 667)
price: € 750
by the way is there going to be any sales on this specific model or laptops with similar features in the future (probably within the next 2 months) ?
can you send the amazon link?!
I can't find it!
I can have a look at this one. We run our business independently from the UK with a head office in Dublin and our own product teams pricing products. The buy price is the same but we deceide here what we want to promote and the UK teams in their turn decide the same. So, if they put a product like this on promo it leads to the kind of large price differences you see here. This of course also works in reverse.
I'll have a word with our guys and see what we can do. We'd prefer not to see the business go out of the country but that's up to us...
Different specs I'm afraid
That's not the same laptop.
Had a chat with my guys. The UK store price for this product is € 599.99 and the online price is an online only deal. At £ 600 we're not a long way away from the UK price so we're not planning a price move for the moment. Will the price drop over the next two months ? Not outside the bounds of possibility at all. It very much depends on how the product performs within the range cycle we have ( 8 -12 weeks ). If it's not moving fast enough we talk to the supplier about putting a little fire under it and that more often than not means a lower price.
OP, How about a Sammy laptop.
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