Well you all had asked for another group buy, and you also asked to have it around the time that the tax refunds come in..................... So here you go!!!
Thanks to the guys at Audio Savings
there will be a 2012 XS Power Group Buy and I think this one is going to be bigger than any of the ones before. There is not a set date for the group buy, because we have to get all of the behind the scenes stuff taken care of, but it will be 1 MONTH long and will start somewhere around Feb 15th to the first of March. So keep checking back for the exact start date! Wanted to go ahead and post as many details as possible.
So, want to know how much you will be saving
?? 15% off all of the new XP Series
12V batteries! Yes, that is 15% off the brand new XP series batteries, but wait...... there is more...................This year the guys at Audio Savings
said they didn't want to put a minimum # of batteries sold to get the discount, and Audio Savings
is going to also do FREE SHIPPING with all orders! So, you get 15% off the new XP Series
with free shipping, and the customer service of both Audio Savings
and XS Power!!!
How is this going to work? Before the sales starts Audio Savings
will provide a discount code for all the forum members to use for the sale. You will go to the Audio Savings
site (Audio Savings | Welcome to AudioSavings.com
) and pick what batteries and quantities you want. Then during the check out you will enter in the discount code (that will be provided before the sale starts) and get your 15% off with free shipping!!!
Pricing for those that haven't seen it.
(Group 31 battery same size as D3100) $319.99 - 15% = $271.99 + free shipping
(Group 27 battery same size as D2700) $289.99 - 15% = $246.49 + free shipping
(Group 24 battery same size as D2400) $249.99 - 15% = $212.49 + free shipping
(same size as D/S975) $129.99 - 15% = $110.49 + free shipping
(same size as D/S680) $ 99.99 - 15% = $84.99 + free shipping
The XP Series was designed and manufactured for use as a secondary/supplemental power source. They are designed for high capacity installations, so if you need a battery to add some capacity for your system then this is the answer! What is the difference between the D/S series and the XP Series. For competitions the D/S series batteries are able to provide more instantaneous power, but for ground pounding and daily use the XP Series is the way to go. The XP Series is not designed to be used in under the hood applications, but work great for any battery bank in the back. You can find more info on the XP Series here XP Literature
or on our XS Power
So if you have any questions just let me know. I will post up the start date as soon as everything gets put in place! You wanted a reason to spend that tax money, and now you have one!
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