In the market for a new case? Well, then you're in for a treat. This holiday weekend, Newegg will offer Corsair's Obsidian Series 450D enclosure for only $88.99 shipped, down from the usual $119.99.
The deal involves a $10 instant rebate, a 10%-off TR-exclusive coupon code (TR7WK1), and a $10 mail-in rebate. The instant rebate and coupon code are in effect now, so you can already get the case for $98.99 shipped. Just head to this page and enter the coupon code at checkout.
To take advantage of the mail-in rebate for an additional $10 off, you'll have to make your purchase between July 4 at midnight PDT and July 6 ad 11:59 PM PDT—and mail in the rebate form, obviously. The mail-in rebate should bring the final price down to $88.99.
Geoff reviewed the Obsidian Series 450D back in March, and he wound up giving it our TR Recommended award. The case is featured in our latest Sytem Guide, as well. This thing has a slick-looking exterior, a roomy interior, and the usual fit and finish for which Corsair has become famous. This is a fine choice for any ATX gaming build.
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