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Amazon is selling these Black & Decker 3.6V Cordless Power Scissors for $9.  The small, lightweight scissors can cut cardboard, carpet, fabric, and other soft materials quickly and easily.  They come with a charger, and they’re eligible for Amazon’s free shipping if you find another $16 worth of stuff you want to buy.

Via Amazon [What’s This?]
Cordless Power Scissors [Black & Decker]
Street Pricing [Google]


8 Responses to Dealmonger: Black & Decker Power Scissors For $9

  1. Shawn says:

    They’re showing up at $15.75

  2. Kevin Pace says:

    I don’t know where you’re seeing $15.75. I’m definitely reading this “Price: $8.90.”

    It would be $15.20 if you included the shipping fee but this product also qualifies for the free shipping if you get the total over $25 so I didn’t include that. Anything I’m missing here?

  3. Kevin Pace says:

    Nevermind, I found what the problem is.

    Amazon does indeed have this item listed for $15.75. However, Allsparetools.com has the item listed for $8.90 via Amazon’s ordering system. Essentially, it’s the same item in the same ordering system for 2 different prices because it’s coming from 2 different places but it’s all routed through Amazon. Go fig but that’s the way Amazon works. Always look for the cheaper price. 🙂

  4. Shawn says:

    The link above takes you right to the $15.75 page.

    The $8.90 is only available from the Marketplace seller (Allsparetools), but those don’t generally qualify for free shipping. The cheapest you’re getting this for, even from Allsparetools is $14 and change.

  5. Kevin Pace says:

    That’s weird, the link I posted takes me right to the $8.90 page and when I add 3 of them to my cart and proceed to the last step of the checkout, it doesn’t charge me any shipping because it’s over $25.

    I don’t know what to tell ya.

  6. Best price I can find it $8 plus $5.49 shipping and handling from Little.Sparrow. If you click on the Via Amazon link above, and then click on the 41 new link to see the other sellers you’ll find the listing.

    I’ve seen this before Amazon gives you different prices depending on who you are and where you’re located. Sometimes if you clear their cookie, check with another browser, or clear the reference info off the end of the link you get a different price. Kevin is probably getting a different price when he checks the above link because the reference information on the end of the link is for his browser session.

    Note to Kevin: I find I have fewer problems like this if I strip the garbage off the end of the link before posting links. For Amazon anything after the ASIN is just reference and tracking information and can be deleted.

  7. Diane Wallace says:

    Want to make a purchase

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