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Created:Friday, October 20, 2017
Members: Friday, October 20, 2017 at 14:43 eastern (420 days ago)
Public: Friday, October 20, 2017 at 14:43 eastern
Expiration:unknown (click this link)
Heat level:this is a good deal
Countries:available in USA
Details:Refurbished Lenovo Mini Desktop Computer $185, $40 Rebate Available

Refurbished (not new) Lenovo Desktop Computer (mini tower design) with Intel Core i5 2nd Generation 3GHz (i5-2400) CPU, 8GB memory, 2TB hard drive, Windows 7 Professional, and 2-year warranty for $185 after adding it to the cart with promo code EMCSBRBK5 . Also, a $40 Prepaid Card Mail-In Rebate is available if you remember to complete the forms, cut out the UPC, and send it within 30 days of purchase.

This computer is powerful enough to run most Windows applications. Monitor, keyboard, and mouse are not included. Best Buy is currently selling a Keyboard & Mouse for $7.

Refurbished computers are great value today, especially the "Grade A" quality ones. Why?
  • Many "refurbished" computers were once on lease in an office (in an environmentally-controlled environment), keeping the computer in great condition, and
  • Any broken chips and hard drives would have been replaced as part of the "refurbished" classification.
Plus, MTC-USA will extend the warranty to 2 years when you register the computer after purchase.

For similar deals on refurbished PCs, check out Dell's Outlet., Lenovo
Advisory: This deal requires the customer to mail in at least one rebate. Make sure that you save a copy of the rebate form immediately, just in case they take the rebate form offline. It is also recommended that you mail in the rebate immediately after receipt of the item, otherwise you might forget to do so. And you should mark the maximum date that your check is expected to arrive, so that you follow up with the company if you do not receive the check in time. Rebates can be annoying, time consuming, and require a responsible person to follow the tedious rebate instructions. And, this involves the possible risk of the customer fulfilling the rebate requirements but the company choosing not to send the customer a rebate check for any reason. The more well-known or reputable the company is (the company itself, not the company's products), the more likely it is that you will get your rebate. If the rebate is from a company that you've never heard of, of if you question the company's business practices, chances are high that you will never see a rebate check. Understand that dealing with rebates are risky, so ask yourself if the product is worth full price in case you never receive a rebate check.

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