Yesterday, XFX announced a cash-back program for folks who bought GeForce GTX 280 and 260 graphics cards before Nvidia's surprise price cut this month. If you paid full price for an eVGA GeForce GTX instead are kicking yourself right now, don't—eVGA has also started a cash-back program.
eVGA says it will offer a $125 reimbursement or a $150 credit for its online store to early GTX 280 adopters, while eVGA GTX 260 owners can pick between $60 cash back and $75 credit. To benefit from the offer, you must have purchased an eVGA GeForce GTX between June 16 and July 7, and you must register on eVGA's website (or log in if you already have an account). The "eVGA bucks" credit offer is only running for two weeks, too.
By comparison, XFX says it will offer up to $120 cash back to customers who bought its GeForce GTX cards between June 16 and July 11, and the exact reimbursement amount will depend on the card model, price paid, and acquisition date.
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