Still want a 2405/2505? 20% off on Amazon

Discussion in 'TomTom Deals' started by Trey, Mar 5, 2011.

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    Trey

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    These models included in list code works for. Makes 2505 $240, and 2405 $226 with free shipping.



    Dear Amazon.com Customer,


    Customers who showed an interest in TomTom GPS might like to know about saving 20% on select portable navigators. Simply choose at least one product from eligible TomTom GPS, enter code WQNP3NLR at checkout, and your order will automatically be discounted an additional 20%.

    Applies only to products sold by Amazon.com; does not apply to items sold by other merchants on the Amazon.com website. Offer good through March 12, 2011, while supplies last.


    See All Qualifying TomTom GPS
     
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    Trey, Mar 5, 2011
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    You're aware of the faulty 540 models that people got from Amazon around Black Friday? Be careful. Also moving this thread to appropriate forum.
     
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    The 2505TM just dropped to $233 (3-7-11) and with extra 20% makes it under $190. Great deal if you want one of these.
     
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    Whaaat? Where the hell are these deals now?

    I'd order for $190 - $220 in a snap!

    Or maybe the new 2535 for $250 :)
     
    dwdionis, Mar 17, 2011
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