I couldn't find a thread amalgamating deals, discounts, reduced parts/products on arrow.com. Hope it is OK to post them in here going forward because arrow.com unfortunately doesn't have a "wish list" or a way of easily combining items we are going to buy. Pricing can typically be observed via external sites (like octopart); but maybe we flashlight enthusiasts can all help each other in here in more efficient ways.
List of deals/discounts:
to take advantage of this limited time offer (15% off).
Offer is valid until:
Offer is valid until April 24, 2019 at 11:59pm *MT*
You may have to click via the email you have received to activate or use this coupon.
This code has worked before and has now been reported as expired.
Ongoing promotions/discount codes or deals:
Enter code NEW19 at checkout to save 10% off your first Arrow.com order
Offer is valid until:
This deal is only for new customers and only for your first order.
General information regarding deals at arrow.com:
If possible, could you please report back if the deal(s) worked or not. Please also note that not all deals may work for every arrow customers as they may have restrictions in place (ie only email newsletter subscribers, only new customers, MOQ, ..).
Good call. Arrow can have some crazy great deals at times. Subscribed.
EDIT: I wish I recall who introduced us to OctoPart. It's a great way to compare prices and find deals on Arrow. Just input the manufacture's part number. Here are XHP70.2's. The XHP70B-00-0000-0D0HM440G is a good $3 less than the others. An additional 15% improves that if it works.
Arrow.com has an option called DDP for customers abroad.
It will show up like this:
DDP ONLY covers the shipping and logistics cost, as well as a roughly 10-20% “customs charge”. Please note that arrow.com is not responsible for any other charges that may occur in your country. i.e. some European countries have additional tax fees or charges depending on type or value of goods -> these are additional charges. If the logistics company involved handles these charges at delivery at your door or in other ways they also may charge fees.
Additional taxes, fees for importing regulated or illegal items into your country (i.e. laser modules, items that are otherwise regulated), or very expensive goods “above the threshold” may occur depending on the laws of the country you ship your products to.
The website is www.arrow.com and there is nothing weird about it?
What you potentially mean is that they have strong focus on B2B, educational facilities, labs, manufacturers, and similar commercial entities; so no, it won’t look like a typical consumer shopping website due to the nature of some of their products (when you stock thousands of semiconductors the site may look different).