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December 12, 2017, 11:35:31 AM
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Hello people,

I'm new here and I was just exploring this forum in order to find best prices for miners, but I couldn't find in your topics so I'm starting a new one.
After doing some research, I've managed to find best prices at https://www.cryptominingshop.co.uk/ but looking at even more reduced prices since I've been pretty much restrained on cash. Can someone help me, or this shop is worth buying from?

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December 12, 2017, 12:59:03 PM
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Official websites of the manufacturers. These things are in high demands, and they don't usually sell at discount.

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December 12, 2017, 01:26:02 PM
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In my experience, buying direct from the manufacturer often yields the best price and the best chance at getting defective units replaced more quickly. When it comes to mining equipment I won't bother with distributors anymore. Too many scams, and too hard to get a refund.
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December 13, 2017, 11:36:56 AM
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Hey guys, I'm new here too! I recently purchased a miner from cryptominingshop.co.uk - craziest thing and slightly odd is the owner of the store actually drove down and delivered the product to me  Cool . Got a crazy deal, £2,650 for an S9 with the PSU.
I've already placed an order and paid a deposit through PayPal for 2 more units in Jan Smiley
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December 13, 2017, 12:42:13 PM
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As everyone above mentioned, it would be best if you could buy your miner directly from the folks who actually manufactures it as you will get the original price of it. The problem here is that you'll have to be patient and wait for a very long time before your miner gets shipped to your doorsteps. The line for the acquisition of those miners are very long that waiting for 3-5 months became a normal thing. You could actually check the price given by the resellers and see if you can grab one at a competitive price but it is very hard to find one as most of them marked up the price of it due to huge demand. You can buy those expensive ones and calculate the advantage of running it right away instead of waiting for 3-5 months. Just do your due diligence and make the right calculations.  Grin
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