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Seasonic FOCUS GM-750 750W 80+ Gold Semi-Modular Power Supply $66AR @Newegg also 650W Core GM-650 / $51 AR

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Seasonic CORE GM-650 [newegg.com], 650W 80+ Gold, Semi-Modular / $50.99 AR

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I have had a 550W module for about 1.5 years in i5 9700F with 1660ti GPU. No issues and always stay quiet. The price looks good. Good find!
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rebate scam.
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No Newegg no rebate. Its 2021. 🙅 ♂️
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Quote from Pitmaster_Privilege :
rebate scam.
Care to explain?
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Quote from Pitmaster_Privilege :
https://www.google.com/search?cli...8&oe=UTF-8
That post is 12 years old.
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great deal, in for 2!

*I've done probably over 100 rebates. Only had 2 that I never received, 1 because the company filed for bankruptcy (I got a postcard to that effect), and 1 because I didn't read the fine print closely enough. Sometimes they're declined, a simple follow-up is almost always all that is required.
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Quote from rage4order :
That post is 12 years old.
12 years old scam never get old.
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Quote from jazzyfromco :
great deal, in for 2!

*I've done probably over 100 rebates. Only had 2 that I never received, 1 because the company filed for bankruptcy (I got a postcard to that effect), and 1 because I didn't read the fine print closely enough. Sometimes they're declined, a simple follow-up is almost always all that is required.
The whole point of mail-in rebates are companies hoping idiot consumers forget about it and dont follow up. Do not support mail-in rebates. They are scams. They are not deals.
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Quote from Pitmaster_Privilege :
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I have bought 2 items with rebate this year from newegg and both arrived no problem. Takes a long time though.
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The whole point of mail-in rebates are companies hoping idiot consumers forget about it and dont follow up. Do not support mail-in rebates. They are scams. They are not deals.
It's not a "scam" if you are capable of following the simple directions. I've received every single rebate that I've submitted in the last 25+ years.
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Quote from MicgoL :
12 years old scam never get old.
I submitted many rebates to Newegg and many other stores and never had a problem. You may need to read and follow their simple instructions and don't try to scam or abuse rebates.
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It's not a "scam" if you are capable of following the simple directions. I've received every single rebate that I've submitted in the last 25+ years.
This.
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu :
The whole point of mail-in rebates are companies hoping idiot consumers forget about it and dont follow up. Do not support mail-in rebates. They are scams. They are not deals.
How is it a scam if YOU forget to submit a rebate, or don't completely fill out what is required? I have gotten every rebate i have ever submitted, and not just from newegg. Amazing how many people blame a company when 9 times out of 10 it's something they did, or didn't do.
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