Running out of space? Wish you had just a bit more room for a few more games or some new software? The Seagate Expansion 6TB USB 3.0 external desktop hard drive is down to $74.99 with the code 17260 at Staples. It also comes with free shipping. Staples is already discounting the price of the drive to $95, so the code just takes another $20 off, bringing it to one of the lowest prices we've ever seen.

The 6TB drive sells for around $120 at most retailers like Newegg and the best price anywhere is $114.99 at B&H. Today's drop is even less than the 4TB drive, so it's a huge bargain.

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Seagate Expansion 6TB USB 3.0 external desktop hard drive

Using the drive is as simple as plugging in the cables and getting to work. It has super fast USB 3.0 transfer speeds that are backwards compatible. Works with Windows 7 and up out of the box and needs reformatting for Mac.

$74.99 $120.00 $45 off

With coupon: 17260

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Why pick and choose what you can keep when you can just keep it all? Instantly add tons of space to your computer with this fancy drive that can sit right on your desktop. It's plug-and-play, too, so it's not like you have to out of your way to install anything. Just plug in the power adapter and plug the USB cable into your computer and get to work.

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The Expansion will be automatically recognized by Windows computers running Windows 7 and up. You don't even need to install any software. If you're using a Mac, you'll want to reformat the drive when you first get it. Remember that reformatting erases the data, so be sure to do this before you transfer anything to it.

After that, you can take advantage of the USB 3.0 transfer speeds that work up to 5 Gbps. It is even backwards compatible with USB 2.0 so you'll always be able to access it even on older ports and older systems. It's just as easy to use as it is to install. Drag and drop your files from one place to the other and boom you're good to go. Use it as a backup drive, too.

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