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|Created:||Friday, March 9, 2018|
|Members:||Friday, March 9, 2018 at 12:39 eastern (13 days ago)|
|Public:||Friday, March 9, 2018 at 12:39 eastern|
|Location:||Newegg.com (click this link)|
|Heat level:||this is a good deal|
|Countries:||available in USA|
|Details:||Refurbished Lenovo Thinkpad X131e Chromebook $50 After Rebate|
Lenovo Thinkpad X131e 11.6" Chromebook for $80, and code EMCSPSPX3 applies $20 off in the cart. Also, a $10 Prepaid Card is available by mail-in rebate. Also, Newegg is giving a free Bluetooth speaker when the laptop is added to the card.
A Chromebook is a low-end laptop capable of simply web browsing, note-taking/word-processing, and online apps.
The downsides of this deal. Product is refurbished (previously used), and while guaranteed to work, it's listed as "Grade C" meaning it has dents, cracks, chips, or scuffs on the body from its previous owners.
|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.|