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$249.99 After Promo Code and MIR HP ProLiant G7 N54L MicroServer Server System AMD Turion II Model Neo N54L 2GB 250GB LFF Operating System None 704941-001

 

Price is $289.99 with Promo Code EMCXMVN226 then drops to $249.99 after $40.00 MIR

 

 

 

 

 

EDIT: Counting back I realized this was my 2,000th Posting -- I hope someone jumps on this deal :)

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Dave

Congrats on 2000 HSS Master John Stutsman!

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vinylfreak

Congrats!! John!!

 

You are quite Prolific! 

 

:P

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scootere3

Congrats John on your 2000th post!  I tried to take advantage of the deal and did not get the pricing  you outlined with the code (only $50 instant credit), with rebate it was a total of $299 in my shopping cart.  Is it for another time?  I am not sure what I am missing.....   I was hoping to join the esteemed microserver club I keep hearing about....  :)  

 

Thank you,

 

Chuck Thompson

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Joe_Miner

Congrats John on your 2000th post!  I tried to take advantage of the deal and did not get the pricing  you outlined with the code (only $50 instant credit), with rebate it was a total of $299 in my shopping cart.  Is it for another time?  I am not sure what I am missing.....   I was hoping to join the esteemed microserver club I keep hearing about....  :)  

 

Thank you,

 

Chuck Thompson

 

 

The $50 instant credit you get without doing anything.

 

Near the bottom Left of the "ShoppingCart" it says Apply Promo Codes then in RED it says Promo codes have usage limitations that require you to enter your email address to enable Promo Codes.

 

You will need to enter your e-mail address associated with your account then enter the PROMO CODE  EMCXMVN226 which will take another $50 off the Grand Total Price bringing you down to $289.99 (assuming you chose the Free Shipping)

 

You will next need to go back to the page http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16859107921 and on the Right of the page it will say: Receive a $40 prepaid card by mail from Newegg! Expires on 9/2/13 and below that will be a link to a PDF form you will need to print out and complete then mail in to get your $40 Rebate (in 2-3 months).  Final Price after Rebate will be $249.99

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scootere3

Thanks John, I got it to work after contacting customer support, I have now joined the club!....  Cheers

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Joe_Miner

No Problem. Welcome to the Club!!  You'll have to post some pics when it arrives :)

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Joe_Miner

Congrats on 2000 HSS Master John Stutsman!

 

 

Congrats!! John!!

 

You are quite Prolific! 

 

:P

 

 

Congrats John on your 2000th post! -snip-

 

 

Thanks guys!  (and Thanks for reading all 2,000 of those posts :) )

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ikon

A little late, but congrats just the same :)

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