home : hot deals & information involving: OCZ Friday, May 29, 2015
- 240GB Solid State Drive for $82, and $20 Prepaid Card Rebate Available
On your mobile device (phone or tablet), go to m.newegg.com in your browser.
You can also use the Newegg app on your device.
Find a OCZ ARC 100 240GB Solid State Drive on their site, or search for N82E16820228116
Add one to the cart for $100, plus $2 shipping
In the cart, apply coupon code MBL150529 to get $20 off.
A $20 Prepaid Card is available by mail-in rebate, which you can submit after receiving your order.
Be sure to cut out the UPC from the product box, follow their instructions to register the rebate online, and mail in the required documents within 21 days of purchase.
This deal only works on mobile devices, and will not work on desktop or laptop computers.
Most 240GB SSDs go for at least $99.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
- OCZ ARC 100-Series 240GB SSD $90, and $20 Card Rebate Available
TigerDirect is selling an OCZ ARC 100-Series 240GB Solid State Drive for $90 with free shipping.
Be sure to select free Econo Shipping during checkout, otherwise shipping costs $7.
A $20 American Express Prepaid Card is available by mail-in rebate if you mail in the forms with the UPC within 30 days from purchase.
Monday, April 6, 2015
- OCZ 240GB SSD for $88.54, $20 Prepaid Card Rebate Available (expired: sold out)
OCZ Arc 100-Series 240GB SSD for $88.54 today.
A $20 American Express Prepaid Card is available by mail-in rebate if you remember to mail the rebate form with a cut-out of the UPC from the product box within 21 days from purchase.
A rebate like this, which is handled by a third party rebate fulfillment company, is risky.
Ask yourself if the product is worth the full price ($88.54 for this product).
Statistically, about two-thirds of customers will either forget the mail in the rebate, fail to complete all the requirements on the rebate form, or the rebate fulfillment company will deny your rebate for an unknown reason.
For this particular OCZ SSD, some Newegg reviewers (Trevor L. 3/21/2015, and Daniel K. 2/25/2015) have had issues getting their $20 Prepaid Card from the rebate fulfillment company.