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Corsair 4000D Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower Computer Case (White or Black Steel) EXPIRED

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Newegg has Corsair 4000D Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower Computer Case (White or Black Steel) on sale for $84.99 - $10 Off promo code ZUCTQA (apply in cart) = $20 Corsair Rebate = $54.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Solid steel minimalist design w/ superb durability and sharp looks + dedicated ventilation channels for ample airflow
  • Corsair RapidRoute Cable management system w/ a roomy 25mm of space behind the motherboard for all of your cables
  • 2x Corsair 120mm AirGuide fans included to help concentrate airflow and enhance cooling
  • Spacious interior fits up to 6x 120mm or 4x 140mm cooling fans w/ multiple radiators including 360mm in front and 280mm in the roof
  • Fits up to 2x SSDs and 2x HDDs
  • Front I/O panel including a USB 3.1 Type-C port, USB 3.0 port and a combination of audio/microphone jack
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  • Includes a 2-Years Limited warranty w/ purchase (parts + labor)
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Corsair 4000D CC-9011199-WW White Steel / Plastic / Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - $55 AC/AR/FS

(Same deal available on the black version of this case, linked at bottom)

$10 off w/ promo code ZUCTQA, limited offer

$20 MIR: http://images10.newegg.com/upload...nm13us.pdf

Rebate valid for purchases made through 4/15/2021. Must be postmarked by 5/6/2021

https://www.newegg.com/white-cors...6811139155

Same deal on the black version:

https://www.newegg.com/black-cors...6811139154
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Can someone please make rebate posts illegal on SD? Who's all with me?
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I will say I wish I got this case instead of the thermaltake s100 I got.
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You give them all of your money up front. Then you have to go to the store and buy stamps and envelopes. When you get the product in the mail, you get scissors and cut out part of the box (the part that means you can't return the product to the original vendor if something is wrong with the product within the return window). Then you download the rebate instructions, and track down all the transaction info it specifies (don't make ANY mistakes or you will not receive the rebate). Then you put it all in the envelope and mail it. Then you wait between a month and a year to find out if they have decided to send you a rebate or not.

Great case by the way. I just bought the airflow white version via Amazon. I decided not to use the mail in rebate to get the non-airflow version cheaper via Newegg.
It totally doesn't have to be this way. I bought a case of PBR this past winter and had the $3 rebate in my account within like 2 weeks. Texted a photo of the receipt to a number, they texted back and asked if Venmo was OK. I replied "yup", gave them the info and I had my $3 roughly a week later.

Companies purposefully make it hard for you to redeem the rebates because that way they have to pay out less money.
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I don't know why these case deals get posted. So far every one of them pales compared to some normal case prices. I did a lot of shopping recently, and look hard enough and you'll find cases under 50 dollars that look nice from real names that have 3 or more preinstalled 120mm fans. Without all this other stuff to lower the price.
They're paying good money to have deals posted here on SD
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For people in SoCal. Some dude is selling the 4000d airflow for $65 straight up on offerup. No MiR bull
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When it's in stock, you can order the airflow front panel for $15 with shipping from corsair. You could save $20, if you get the rebate, by buying this version and replacing the front panel. Of course the panel is not in stock on corsair.com, and the mail-in-rebate isn't guaranteed, and I don't like Newegg's return policy, so I bought the airflow version for $90 from Amazon
Does the normal front have the dust filter behind it? I have a friend with a cnc, and if he declines.. there's only my drill and an hour of time separating me from the airflow version
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Does the normal front have the dust filter behind it? I have a friend with a cnc, and if he declines.. there's only my drill and an hour of time separating me from the airflow version
Yeah, they all have the fine mesh filter behind the front panel. Search "gamers nexus 4000d" for an in depth analysis of the case if you want.
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1995 called and they want their rebate back.
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Yes, buy a case and have nothing to put in it because everything is out of stock.
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This is a major upgrade over my previous case, the Corsair Spec-01, purchased back in late 2015.
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You give them all of your money up front. Then you have to go to the store and buy stamps and envelopes. When you get the product in the mail, you get scissors and cut out part of the box (the part that means you can't return the product to the original vendor if something is wrong with the product within the return window). Then you download the rebate instructions, and track down all the transaction info it specifies (don't make ANY mistakes or you will not receive the rebate). Then you put it all in the envelope and mail it. Then you wait between a month and a year to find out if they have decided to send you a rebate or not.

Great case by the way. I just bought the airflow white version via Amazon. I decided not to use the mail in rebate to get the non-airflow version cheaper via Newegg.
And if you're like me and you do everything right, you usually forget to use the funds in time.
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Who is a Mail-in-rebate?
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Quote from Visceral_Adam :
I don't know why these case deals get posted. So far every one of them pales compared to some normal case prices. I did a lot of shopping recently, and look hard enough and you'll find cases under 50 dollars that look nice from real names that have 3 or more preinstalled 120mm fans. Without all this other stuff to lower the price.
There is a reason those cases are so cheap.
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Can someone please make rebate posts illegal on SD? Who's all with me?
I am.
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1995 called and they want their rebate back.
So is he.
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I have this case and it's been great so far
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