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Are there any talks of temporarily bringing the UM2 price down for a promotional black Friday or Cyber Monday sale? Maker Bot/Lulzbot/Afinia/3d systems and several others have already announced theirs.

I know the Olson block is being offered this month for free, but to be honest the bottom line price is an issue for me more than extra's I can purchase along the way.

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So... definitely maybe?!

It is an odd concept, I never could understand why anyone would go out for Black Friday. Getting something online for less at the convenience of your computer just for buying during a specific period however, I can get on board with.

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Well, black Friday isn't a European concept (I never understood why a lot of people on the interwebs got so excited around this time) . I don't think we did any such sale last year, but that won't mean that it will be the same for this year.

 

get excited because some stores (like Amazon, ebay) create offers as good as physical stores.

Last year a friend bought the Lulboz 4 in disccount, hope similar offer--hopefully from UM--this year

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