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CYBER MONDAY: DataWagon has Cheap Dedi Servers for You Starting at $22.99/mo!

Tags: , , , , Date/Time: November 29, 2021 @ 10:00 am, by raindog308

Welcome to Cyber Monday, DataWagon! They’re bringing us some aggressive prices to win your business today.  How aggressive?  Check these out: Only $22.99/Month for an octocore L5420 in New York! Plenty more at prices like $39/month or $45/month! 👍 DataWagon is one of our community advertisers and we thank them for their support! 👍 Their Terms […]

BLACK FRIDAY: PloxHost Kicks Off Sunday: Dedi Servers for $20/month! 1GB VPS with UNMETERED BANDWIDTH $1.56/Month!

Happy Cyber Monday from PloxHost! They’re sharing an offer for our readers on some incredibly cheap VPSes with UNMETERED BANDWIDTH: OpenVZ 1GB is only $1.56/month! 1GB KVM is $1.80/month! Or get a dedicated server for only $20/month!  That’s an L5520 with 32GB of RAM, 250GB HDD, and 10TB transfer. These offers are available in New York and […]

BLACK FRIDAY: ReliableSite Dedi Servers Starting at $39/mo (for an e3 with 32GB RAM + SSD + HDD)!

ReliableSite contacted us to offer our readers some great deals on dedicated servers. How great? How about: Intel Xeon E3 1230 | 32 GB RAM | 64GB SSD + 2TB HDD | $39/m Intel Core i7 7700K | 64GB RAM | 2 x 512GB SSD | $75/mo Intel Xeon E3 1240 V6 | 64 GB […]

Top 10 Reasons Black Friday on LowEndBox is Better Than Black Friday at Wal-mart

10. If nature calls while you wait, it’s not a Wal-mart bathroom answering. 9. No awkward discussions about politics, Martians, or the lizard men that secretly run everything at 1am with strangers standing in line next to you. 8. You can stay seated the whole time.  Heck, you can even lay down.  Naked, if you […]

What is Black Friday?

Black Friday is our community’s biggest sales days of the year.  Providers bring their best offers and some crazy wonderful deals are possible during this period. The term “Black Friday” comes from US retail terminology, where many retailers run “in the red” (at a loss) during the year, only going “in the black” (profitable for […]