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xlzhsteven Nov15-08 08:05 AM

I want to buy a new Ti-89 titanium, but I don't know where is the cheapest
 
I was checking the price for ti-89 titanium on both ebay and amazon, the cheapest price I can get is 132 with shipping. Can anyone give me some suggestion or website that I can get a cheaper price?

Thank You

Astronuc Nov15-08 09:40 AM

Re: I want to buy a new Ti-89 titanium, but I don't know where is the cheapest
 
Use an online search engine, and search for "Ti-89","titanium","calculator".

That should provide a number of online and conventional stores from which to choose. Some search results sort by price.

DavidWhitbeck Nov15-08 09:41 AM

Re: I want to buy a new Ti-89 titanium, but I don't know where is the cheapest
 
Why don't you buy it used off of amazon if money is an issue? If you have a tight budget you can't be so picky. The MSRP is actually significantly higher than amazon's price so I don't see you finding a better bargain. If your budget is tight then your choices are to (a) buy a lower model with less features, (b) buy the one you want used, (c) wait and save up more for the calculator of your dreams.

Andre Nov15-08 09:46 AM

Re: I want to buy a new Ti-89 titanium, but I don't know where is the cheapest
 
Have you tried Ebay?

xlzhsteven Nov15-08 09:58 AM

Re: I want to buy a new Ti-89 titanium, but I don't know where is the cheapest
 
I have bought the used one, it turns out to be a crap, calculator is sticky, some of the buttons don't pop up after I press on it, so I don't trust used items any more.

offtheleft Nov15-08 09:59 AM

Re: I want to buy a new Ti-89 titanium, but I don't know where is the cheapest
 
why not the nspire?

xlzhsteven Nov15-08 11:29 AM

Re: I want to buy a new Ti-89 titanium, but I don't know where is the cheapest
 
i don't know, it seems like nspire is cheaper than ti-89 titanium, i think nspire has more features. is nspire better than ti-89 titanium? nspire cas or just nspire?


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