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TI-84+ C Silver Edition Back-to-School Sale
Published by Alex on August 4, 2013 at 3:40:09 PM CST | Discuss this article (42)

If you haven't bought your TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition yet, now would be an amazing time. This week at Target you can purchase the color-screen calculator for $90! That's $40 off the MSRP of $130, or 31% off. You could buy Christopher Mitchell's (KermMartian's) "Programming the TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus" and "Using the TI-83+/84+" and still come out with money saved. The latter of the two books actually covers using the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition, in Chapter 12.

Below is a picture of all four calculators that are advertised in one of the local Targets to KermMartian and myself in California. Picture below courtesy of KermMartian, with red, black, pink, and blue faceplates. They also include a small pamphlet version of "TI-84 Plus for Dummies", the charging cable, and documentation.

Unfortunately, Target doesn't seem to have the TI-84+CSE listed online but they'll have it in-store! Let us know which color you picked up in this topic and if you plan to start any projects or download certain programs!




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