Get a Raspberry Pi Qwiic Kit with a purchase of $60 or more this week!
UPDATE: Week 4 has sold out. Check back soon as we'll be doing more promotions like this one!
The fourth and final week of the Four Weeks of Free promotion is here! This is another great opportunity to save some time with the Qwiic system, especially if you're inclined to use Raspberry Pi to run your projects. You can get a special Raspberry Pi Qwiic Kit for free when you have $60 or more in your cart, add the Raspberry Pi Qwiic Kit, and use the promo code FREEW4 at checkout.
Check out the product below and go here for more details on the Four Weeks of Free promotion. Better hurry though – we've only got 250 kits to give away!
The SparkFun Raspberry Pi Qwiic Kit includes a shield with headers, two Qwiic-enabled breakout boards, and three cables to he…
Glad you found this format a little more usable and accessible. I think it's a step in the right direction, but I hope we can improve some of our internal systems to make it easier on people in the future. Happy tinkering 773!
Although the "one cent sale" of years past was exciting, it was both a pressure to get an order into the right time slot, and "luck of the draw" would mean that you might get something that you don't have a lot of use for, or it might be a "dust collector" for quite a while (for instance, my MP3 shield is going to wait in the box at least another year for the time/energy to put together the Halloween "audio display" I have in mind for it...), I humbly think that the format of this year's "event" was nicer. I decided to "skip" the first and third weeks, as I've already got as many ProMinis as I need for the forseeable future. I also didn't use "regular" Arduinos much lately -- I'm moving more towards using Raspberry Pis and the Pi hat fits in well with a project that I've been thinking about doing for several years (namely a "data entry" system for my car to record things like odometer reading, quantity and price on gas purchases, etc. Hopefully the Pi Zero W will be able to talk to my WiFi when the car (and module) is in the garage and pass the data along, but if not, I can always use "sneaker-net". The OLED display will be nice for this project, as will the Spark-X keypad (part of the qualifying order, along with a Pi Zero W). BTW, the "small parts kit" from Week 2 will probably become part of my Ham Radio "go-kit" against minor "field repairs".