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HP N40L Microserver $199.99

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coffejor

Hey Everyone,

 

This may seem weird as my first post, but I've been a long time HSS voyeur.

 

For those of us who missed the Insight steal (I received one of the dreaded cancellation emails), NewEgg Business is offering the N40L for $269.99 with a $70 instant rebate (using the promo code BEMCNFJJ25): http://www.neweggbus...107052&Tpk=n40l. The offer ends April 24th.

 

I know that we're all probably sick of hearing of this server, but I'm sure that there are some like me who are holding out for the ultimate deal.

 

~Jordan

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yodafett

Thanks for the find, for those wanting to join the microserver revolution this makes a decent entry price.

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jmwills

Joe Miner.....where are you?????

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cskenney

Can anyone purchase through Newegg Business? The account login appears to be different from a typical Newegg account.

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jmwills

I have an account....who needs one?

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ikon

I have an account....who needs one?

 

Such a generous fellow, offering to spend other peoples' money :)

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jmwills

Why of course! Bu then again, I have handling charges, customs duties, profit, retirement accounts to fund!! :)

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coffejor

I believe that anyone who has an EIN can register for an account. I have had my account through an LLC that I own, but I've never purchased anything so I don't know if they charge sales tax. I do know that they accept POs if you're approved.

 

~Jordan

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ikon

EIN??

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Joe_Miner

EIN??

 

Employer Identification Number. Necessary for business Federal tax filings.

 

It's a 9 digit number -- sort of like a SS ("Social Security") number for businesses.

Edited by Joe_Miner

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