We're taking a little break from our usual slew of storage deals to bring you a couple of budget case bargains this week. Antec's famous Three Hundred enclosure, which stars in our system guide's Econobox build, normally sells for $54.99. Right now, though, you can get it for just $29.99 after a $15 mail-in rebate and a $10-off coupon code ("EMCJJNA32") at Newegg—and shipping is free.
If you have a slightly bigger budget, then check out Corsair's Vengeance Series C70. The "Gunmetal Black" version of that case is down from $109.99 to just $68.99 today, thanks to a $30 mail-in rebate and a 10%-off coupon code ("FanTenOff"). Shipping is included, as well, and Newegg even throws in a Corsair AF120 120-mm fan free of charge. (The fan normally costs $20.99 on its own.)
Don't wait too long, though. The coupons for Windows 8 and the Antec Three Hundred both expire on the 11th, and the one for the Corsair enclosure is only good until November 12.
Oh, and of course, storage deals still abound out there. OCZ's 240GB Vertex 3 IOPS Edition is down from $149.99 to $129.99 after a $20 mail-in rebate, which works out to a tantalizing 54 cents per gigabyte. Considering how fast this drive is, that's definitely a good price.
Before we sign off, here's something for our Canadian readers. NCIX's Action Packing Sale Event is in full swing, and there, too, you can snag the Antec Three Hundred for $29.99 (in Canadian dollars, of course). NCIX also offers an 8GB DDR3-1600 AMD Entertainment Edition memory kit for the same price—$29.99 CAD—which is pretty darned cheap, considering.
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