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Linksys EA9300 AC4000 Router EA9300-RM (Certified Refurbished) for $152.99 +tax @ linksys.com

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Linksys EA9300 Max-Stream AC4000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router(Certified Refurbished) for $179.99 - (Promo Code: You have received 15% discount on cart using the coupon code [LNK] -$27.00) = $ 152.99 + tax

For evidence i have attached my order screenshot

my order total came up :
Subtotal:$179.99
Promotional Discount: -$27.00
Shipping:FREE
Tax:$10.48
Total:$163.47

Steps to follow to get 15% promo code from Linksys

1) create new account in https://www.linksys.com/us/
2) wait for the email . The email will have subject "Welcome To The Family."
3) once you receive email ,check under section THANK YOU OFFER - PROMO CODE:
4) shop https://www.linksys.com/us/?utm_s...series-1-b
5) Promo code work for only once

Note : This code will work for most the linksys router items on there website .

https://www.linksys.com/us/p/P-EA9300-RM/
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must be too late. didn't get the discount code. while the link to the product is still showing 179.99. Thanks for sharing though.
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Is this a good router ? Is it a good deal for this unit ?
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Is this a good router ? Is it a good deal for this unit ?
You can review amazon review over this product, based on those solid reviews I have places the order : https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...1IHxDpruZL
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must be too late. didn't get the discount code. while the link to the product is still showing 179.99. Thanks for sharing though.
If there is no luck , then try getting it from amazon with 5% cask back if you use amazon credit card

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...B07586X8R4
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LNK-CM7G-GHNR


Here's a code to save someone the hour or two wait time
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I would be mindful about this router as a recent SNB test doesn't look good on it's 5G download throughput. But also could be an isolated issue just on that unit...FYI

https://www.smallnetbuilder.com/w...l=&start=2
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This router looks to be a pass as it is not any better then the Linksys 8500 and its MU-MIMO support is not great at all. Sticking with AC3200 or AC2600 routers still seem to out pace this guy so I would save your money. Review above can confirm it.
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This router looks to be a pass as it is not any better then the Linksys 8500 and its MU-MIMO support is not great at all. Sticking with AC3200 or AC2600 routers still seem to out pace this guy so I would save your money. Review above can confirm it.
My concern is buying this with just 90 days Warranty. I called AMEX and Chase, they do not have extended warranties on Certified Refurbished. Citi does extend it by 24 months if the manufacturer is giving an extended warranty to begin with.

So, even at $152 + taxes you do not think this is a good router to be had. Can you also comment if this router has AP mode?

I have a FIOS 50/50, with download speeds of 65 MBs on wire but only delivery 6-10 MBs with FIOS Gateway router. Will I be better off waiting for Black Friday to get a good router?

The reviews for this router on Bestbuy are great though https://www.bestbuy.com/site/revi...ST_HELPFUL
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My concern is buying this with just 90 days Warranty. I called AMEX and Chase, they do not have extended warranties on Certified Refurbished. Citi does extend it by 24 months if the manufacturer is giving an extended warranty to begin with.

So, even at $152 + taxes you do not think this is a good router to be had. Can you also comment if this router has AP mode?

I have a FIOS 50/50, with download speeds of 65 MBs on wire but only delivery 6-10 MBs with FIOS Gateway router. Will I be better off waiting for Black Friday to get a good router?

The reviews for this router on Bestbuy are great though https://www.bestbuy.com/site/revi...ST_HELPFUL
I would pass mostly cause its firmware is a work in progress, since their MU-MIMO is sketchy. It might become really good in the future but I rather not chance it on a purchase of $150+. The refurb period does not really scare me as you can put it through the paces and if it survives the first week it will probably survive longer. Normally if a router or piece of electronics is poorly refurbished it will break within a short period of time.

As for you poor wireless performance from you gateway, seems fine to me with the numbers you provided me. 50 Mbps (megabits) is what you provider offers you which would be a little over 6 MB (megabytes) so your hitting the maximum of your provider. Not sure how your wired is getting 65MB unless your testing within your network. So might want to recheck your numbers, then let us know. Unless you mean 6Mbps on the wireless and 65 Mbps on the wired which can happen with overhead from the ISP provider.
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Thanks bro! Totally was waiting for this. I don't care about VPN or ddwrt support. The range on this thing is said to be awesome. Also herd this thing makes a nice little NAS.
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Where is the THANK YOU OFFER - PROMO CODE: link, in the email? My email doesn't have one. Is there somewhere on the site I can generate a code?

Thanks
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I would pass mostly cause its firmware is a work in progress, since their MU-MIMO is sketchy. It might become really good in the future but I rather not chance it on a purchase of $150+. The refurb period does not really scare me as you can put it through the paces and if it survives the first week it will probably survive longer. Normally if a router or piece of electronics is poorly refurbished it will break within a short period of time.

As for you poor wireless performance from you gateway, seems fine to me with the numbers you provided me. 50 Mbps (megabits) is what you provider offers you which would be a little over 6 MB (megabytes) so your hitting the maximum of your provider. Not sure how your wired is getting 65MB unless your testing within your network. So might want to recheck your numbers, then let us know. Unless you mean 6Mbps on the wireless and 65 Mbps on the wired which can happen with overhead from the ISP provider.
Thanks for responding, and yes I am clocking over 50 Mbps with wired but 5-10 Mbps with wireless. Live in a 3600 sq. ft. house, where the Modem/Router is setup in the basement and the office (where I get 6-10 Mbps) is on the second level. Good news is that since the house is relatively new I have got it pre-wired. I can use an Access Point but was thinking of getting a great wireless router so that I don't have to put Access Points on the First and Second floor. I thought a device with this kind of configuration will do it but after your comments, definitely having second thoughts.
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Where is the THANK YOU OFFER - PROMO CODE: link, in the email? My email doesn't have one. Is there somewhere on the site I can generate a code?

Thanks
No , it was be in the first section of the email, if not create from different email I'd or wait usually it take 1 to 2 hr to get the email
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Not enough antennas. Wake me up when there are at least 20 antennas
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