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McAfee Internet Security 2015 (3 PCs) + $5.00 Newegg Promotional Gift Card for Free After Rebate + $2.99 S&H [SR Eligible] @ Newegg.com

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Last Edited by annie930ny September 25, 2015 at 09:10 AM
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.
This item is also Premier and Shop Runner eligible.
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Quote from TDMVP73 View Post :
This item is also Premier and Shop Runner eligible.
what do you mean? I thought all items have to be Premier. Is Newegg like Amazon which sells items from diff sellers and are not Prime-eligible?
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what do you mean? I thought all items have to be Premier. Is Newegg like Amazon which sells items from diff sellers and are not Prime-eligible?
No, all items are not Premier eligible.

For some FAR items, like the Coboc Lightning Cables recently, they were not Premier eligible because they were factoring the shipping cost into part of the item price.

Also, many computer cases [newegg.com] and other heavy items are not Premier eligible.
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No, all items are not Premier eligible.

For some FAR items, like the Coboc Lightning Cables recently, they were not Premier eligible because they were factoring the shipping cost into part of the item price.

Also, many computer cases [newegg.com] and other heavy items are not Premier eligible.
Thanks for the clarification.
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Is the rebate processing by McAfee? The address is similar to my4rebates.com but never says that! How reliable is that?
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Is there a limit of 1 rebate per year for the same product ?
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Is there a limit of 1 rebate per year for the same product ?
I'd like to know this too if anyone can help out!
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I'd like to know this too if anyone can help out!
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In the terms on bottom of the rebate, it doesn't state only one purchase per year....just one rebate per household.
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Is this even worth it if it's free?
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In the terms on bottom of the rebate, it doesn't state only one purchase per year....just one rebate per household.
true but i don't know if i would risk it... maybe someone with personal experience could tell us?
thank you.
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In 2014 they rejected my second rebate for the same product.
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true but i don't know if i would risk it... maybe someone with personal experience could tell us?
thank you.
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Quote from Pantalaimon View Post :
true but i don't know if i would risk it... maybe someone with personal experience could tell us?
thank you.
Believe me, I've had personal experience.

If it says one her household per year, then you are allowed one rebate of that product per year. If it says nothing about 'per year' and you have never purchased that product with that same promo #, you will be fine....one per household.

That's been my experience. If I have any questions, I have contacted http://www.mcafeerebates.com and done a chat and saved the chat should there be a problem but so far, I've had no issues.

But I understand if you'd like others opinions also just to back up what I've said.
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