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MSI H81M-P33 LGA 1150 Intel H81 Micro ATX Motherboard & Total Defense Premium Internet Security (5 User) Bundle EXPIRED

TDMVP73 90,879 January 24, 2014 at 03:12 AM in Mail In Rebate (10) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 01-24-2014 at 04:15 PM View Original Post
Update: $4.99 shipping charge has been removed, thus dropping final price to $7.99

Newegg has MSI H81M-P33 LGA 1150 Intel H81 SATA 6GB/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX Motherboard & Total Defense Premium Internet Security (5 User) Bundle for $72.99 - $60 rebate - $5 rebate = $8. Shipping is $5. Thanks TDMVP73

Deal Editor's Note: Very good price for the motherboard bundle. Please be aware of the specific requirements for the rebate, which are outlined in the thread's wiki page. -iconian

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Edited January 24, 2014 at 05:21 PM by TDMVP73
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.
This combo is Shop Runner eligible.

MSI Rebate Details:
Limit 1 Per Household for MSI Rebate (Offer #MSI-13662)
Rebate is valid from 01/22/14 to 01/31/14

Total Defense Combo Rebate Details:
Limit 1 Per Household for Total Defense Combo Rebate (Offer #TD9-10123)
Rebate is valid from 01/01/14 to 01/31/14

NOTE #1: Go to any Shop Runner eligible item page [newegg.com] and log in in order to activate your free 2 day shipping in your cart.

NOTE #2: The Total Defense rebate requires that the software must be activated prior to rebate redemption. Activation will require a valid credit card however your subscription may be cancelled at anytime. Total Defense will verify that the product has been activated. (See Wiki for Additional Details)

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I believe you can do 6 claims per household, 1 per each of those Total Defense titles/version. This is the DVD version, so you would only be able to do 1 with that UPC. However, like you said, since there is only one place to put the activation code, you would likely have to do each claim separately for the different titles to ensure it gets processed properly.

Also, for simplicity sake, I figured I'd just put Limit 1 Per Household because if I start talking about "claims", people could get confused.
Also Newegg only has 3 different "versions" of TDef PIS and the combos are not the same. For example this motherboard combo is only available with this particular TDef. If you're getting this, I think the best case scenario would be an additional two $13 MM flash drives. I wouldn't recommend trying for just $26.
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Quote from bb182 View Post :
Also Newegg only has 3 different "versions" of TDef PIS and the combos are not the same. For example this motherboard combo is only available with this particular TDef. If you're getting this, I think the best case scenario would be an additional two $13 MM flash drives. I wouldn't recommend trying for just $26.
Yeah I know. It's weird how some combos are exclusive to a particular version of Total Defense. You would think they'd offer the same combos across the board, but I guess not. I just happen to see this one when I was browsing last night and it seemed like a solid deal compared to other NE TD Combos I've seen (except for the occasional Nuance MM).

As you said, probably not worth the potential $47 loss to try and make $13 with the flash drives using the same MIR Offer for the other two versions.
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lol, lots of FAR computer projects.

Just finished my build. Ended up having to buy a new computer case for $30 because the previous FAR case power switch wouldn't work and I had already been delayed on a bad motherboard I had to RMA. But the additional costs were well within my MM budget.

Thanks TDMVP!
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Total Defense is Total Offense, I am still waiting for my rebate of 1st Sept. submission 2013. If a company plays games then it does not deserve to do business in America but in India or China.
Looks like you've never been to India recently ...

Btw I have got 3 rebates for far for Oct / Nov / Dec . January rebate pending.
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Did you actually submit more than 1 claim for the same offer # before? I'm thinking about doing it this month, but don't want to risk $60 Confused...

Quote from TDMVP73 View Post :
I believe you can do 6 claims per household, 1 per each of those Total Defense titles/version. This is the DVD version, so you would only be able to do 1 with that UPC. However, like you said, since there is only one place to put the activation code, you would likely have to do each claim separately for the different titles to ensure it gets processed properly.

Also, for simplicity sake, I figured I'd just put Limit 1 Per Household because if I start talking about "claims", people could get confused.
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it's only a $38 motherboard. Heads UP everybody!

not worth the risk for a $29.50 cent savings.

a stamp isn't free.
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Did you actually submit more than 1 claim for the same offer # before? I'm thinking about doing it this month, but don't want to risk $60 Confused...
The fine print says "Limit One (1) rebate per qualifying rebate offer..." so if you've already done one under TD9-10123 this month, it doesn't matter whether you do the dvd, cd, or download version of the software, you can't claim another rebate.
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now hunt for CPU.. i7 is still pretty expensive.. $300.. hmm.
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don't know why these idiots keep adding DVI + DSUB ports to these cheap motherboards and not HDMI instead. Just seems plain stupid... even if you do convert DVI to HDMI, there's still audio to deal with.
Agreed. No HDMI was the last straw for me.

Pass.
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Wow, no HDMI actually killed the deal for real!
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lol, lots of FAR computer projects.

Just finished my build. Ended up having to buy a new computer case for $30 because the previous FAR case power switch wouldn't work and I had already been delayed on a bad motherboard I had to RMA. But the additional costs were well within my MM budget.

Thanks TDMVP!
Forgive me but what is a FAR project?
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Forgive me but what is a FAR project?
Free after rebate.
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Did you actually submit more than 1 claim for the same offer # before? I'm thinking about doing it this month, but don't want to risk $60 Confused...
Not unless the software has one of the 5 other bar codes shown under "available items". And even then, it's an iffy proposition -- they may not allow this offer to be done twice.
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I thought I would point out that the $5 rebate must be postmarked within 20 days of the date of purchases. Also it requires the invoice and not the packing slip/order confirmation/etc.
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