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30x WOWpoints (==30% cashback) at HP and 15x at Dell for perksatworks members

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Like last year hp is again having 30x WOWpoints for 5 star perksatwork member.
This year, Dell only has 15x WOWpoints.

+ cashback on your card
(I can get best of 2% on Citi Double Cash, unfortunately 5% category of cash+ Electronic store doesn't include hp.com or dell.com)

Also there are are some great laptops available like last year.
Some of the ones, I liked, (was looking only for 14-15inch around 300-500)

HP Laptop 15t for $360 [hp.com] : i7-7500; 8GB; 1TB SATA; 15.6HD touch; HD 620

HP Laptop 14t for 367 [hp.com] : i7-7500; 8GB; 1TB SATA; 14 HD touch; HD 620

HP ENVY 360x 15t for $422 [hp.com] : i5-8250; 8GB,; 1TB; 15.6 FHD touch; UHD 620; (i7 for $476)

HP ENVY 15t for $442 [hp.com] : i7-7500; 8GB; 256GB SSD; 15.6 FHD touch; HD 620


I had bought 2 HP ENVY 15t last year, going for 2 HP 14t this year Smilie


Price calculated considering 2% cash back on credit card and 30x WOWpoints

1) perksatwork is EPP offered by some companies. You will get rewards in terms of WOWpoints, which you can redeem in your next purchase, paid directly to credit card (and thus yeah, not exactly a cash back).
I have redeemed $500 (50,000 WOWpoints) during $5 purchase on some of the participating stores.
Stores participating in WOWpoints include walmart, bestbuy, regal and tons more.
So redeeming to get 1cent/WOWpoint is not at all difficult.

2) For new/regular perksatwork members you will only see 20x WOWpoints. You can become 5 star member after earning 5000 WOWpoints after which you will see 50% bonus points and 20x will become 30x.
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How are you seeing these prices? Is the 30% cash back on top of your listed prices?
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Do you have any promo code to apply ? Is it only for perksatwork members ?
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I see "Up to 50% Off + 20x WOWPoints" for HP. Do you mean WOWPoints is a cashback?
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Could you please explain further
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what is perksatwork?
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I see "Up to 50% Off + 20x WOWPoints" for HP. Do you mean WOWPoints is a cashback?
From what I am reading yes. You can use wow points at the stores participating in Perks At Work.

You must work for a company that offers that.
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From what I am reading yes. You can use wow points at the stores participating in Perks At Work.

You must work for a company that offers that.
Got it, looks like the cashback varies based on the Company that offers PerksAtWork. I got only 20%.
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Got it, looks like the cashback varies based on the Company that offers PerksAtWork. I got only 20%.
Im still confused all i have is 20x wow points. How do i get cashback
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Im still confused all i have is 20x wow points. How do i get cashback
If you're a 5 star member (made a big purchase I n a year) then you get 50% bonus which would put you at 30x. 30x wow points is not exactly but close to 30% cash back. You can get items or gif cards I believe.
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We'll, I am voting down. OP didn't explain anything very well, tons of individual cash back percentages and just overall vague. Op is also lost somewhere not monitoring their mess.
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I use perks at work. Yes you can use wow points for your future purchases. 100 wow points = $1
Right now HP is giving 20x wow points. So lets assume, you purchase any HP laptop of $500 you get 10,000 wow points, which is equivalent to $100 which you can use on ur next purchase

Hope this helps.
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We'll, I am voting down. OP didn't explain anything very well, tons of individual cash back percentages and just overall vague. Op is also lost somewhere not monitoring their mess.

Yes because doing research on you own would be too difficult. OP posts a deal and you complain that they cannot hold your hand through the process.
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No. Because this is a ymmv on the percentage #1. #2 this is valid today only and people don't have time to sit on a post and try and figure out the particulars of a deal with the clock ticking down. #3 the final price they are coming up with and how it is calculated is based on the person possible percentage back, as well as how it is able to be spent makes a MIR rebate deal look like a beautiful thing. That's why.
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No. Because this is a ymmv on the percentage #1. #2 this is valid today only and people don't have time to sit on a post and try and figure out the particulars of a deal with the clock ticking down. #3 the final price they are coming up with and how it is calculated is based on the person possible percentage back, as well as how it is able to be spent makes a MIR rebate deal look like a beautiful thing. That's why.
So basically you're crying because you're not spoonfed hard enough. Got it.
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