ATTENTION: 11:59am ET 12/1/2013 THE SALE IS OVER! – Free Raspberry Pi with orders $350 or more – #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Ok makers, we have a great offer! For a limited time only and while supplies last – any order over $350 will get a free Raspberry Pi. The $350 does not include shipping or tax and this is just for online customers (not resellers/distributors/hackerspaces or purchase orders).
This is an experiment for us, so we’ll see how it goes!
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Crap one week to late (early)! 🙂
I think this is Awesome but unfortunately you are out of stock on almost all of your Raspberry PI stuff. including the budjet pack that i would want to get with a PI.
Ahhhhhhhh! I already made my big order for the month! 🙁
This is a FANTASTIC offer, I hope lots of peeps can partake!
I know what this means; its an omen telling me to finish RiderScan with the Mega 2560 and supporting gear I already bought for it – Then get on the Pi bandwagon..
Keep up the great work and offers! I’ll get lucky next time…
It worked for me. I was initially going to order a single 16 channel PWM after getting the ‘in stock’ email. $15 only.
After seeing the free Raspberry Pi offer, I decided that I’d really take advantage of Adafruit. $450 later I had my ‘free’ RPi.
OK…I only ordered things I need…or might possibly need sometime in the future. But, the prices were decent and I also got free shipping out of the deal. Lastly, and most significantly, I want to support a supplier that offers such excellent tutorials.