Deal of the week: Coupon codes and other goodies

We’re taking a break from our usual deal hunting this week to bring you a handful of nifty coupon codes. Newegg happens to have a number of those right now, all covering broad swaths of products—and all expiring either at the end of the month or early in July.

For starters, the e-tailer is letting shoppers save 10% on all desktop memory. You just need to enter the promo code "EMCNDHA42" on the checkout page, minus the quotes. Take Mushkin’s Essentials 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3-1600 dual-channel kit, for instance; it normally sells for $42.99 with free shipping, but applying the code lets you snag it for $38.69. All other products in Newegg’s memory section seem to be eligible, too.

In the same vein, Newegg lets you take 15% off all flash memory with the code "EMCNDHA43" and 15% off all OCZ power supplies with "EMCNDHA22" (again, minus the quotes). That means you can grab, say, a 32GB Silicon Power Micro SDHC card (with SD adapter) for $17.09 with free shipping instead of $18.99. You could also grab an OCZ ModXStream Pro 700W modular power supply for $76.49 shipped, or $46.39 after a mail-in rebate (instead of $89.99 and $59.99, respectively).

Not too shabby, huh?

Coupons aside, we’d like to give an honorable mention to Google’s new Nexus 7 tablet. At $199 with a 7" 1280×800, a Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM, and the new version of Android (4.1 Jelly Bean), it’s definitely a solid deal. The device isn’t shipping yet, though. Google expects shipments to kick off around mid-July.

Meanwhile, in Canada, NCIX has a new sale running in preparation for Canada Day. Deals include a 2TB, 7,200-RPM Seagate Barracuda hard drive for $99.99 CAD and a 360GB OCZ Agility 3 solid-state drive for $199.99 CAD after a mail-in rebate (or $219.99 CAD without).

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    • chuckula
    • 7 years ago

    Newegg’s coupon codes roped me in for 2 flash cards that I can image for the Raspberry Pi… I used your link so I hope you got some sort of affiliate love 😉

    • chuckula
    • 7 years ago

    Did you say… [b<][url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0hpuA1Ptg8<]CANADA DAY!!?!?![/url<][/b<]

    • My Johnson
    • 7 years ago

    Thanks Tech Report guys. My wallet is now ~$35 lighter for 8GB’s.

    • sweatshopking
    • 7 years ago

    for any civ nerds out there, gods and kings can be had at greenmangaming for 35% off, not sure for how long, and if you do the survey before july, you can get an additional 10% off. mine came to 17$ and change. IT GIVES YOU A STEAM KEY.

    [url<]http://www.greenmangaming.com[/url<] for the main site to sign up, if you're not [url<]http://www.greenmangaming.com/?gmgr=qaniwuse[/url<] if you wanted to sign up and buy it and get me some credits, who knows, that might be against the rules. if it is, let me know mods, or edit it yourselves, and [url<]http://blog.greenmangaming.com/2012/06/green-man-gaming-survey-of-2012/[/url<] for the 10% additional code. takes about 1-2 minutes for the survey. any of you sweet angels pick it up, look me up on steam.

    • absurdity
    • 7 years ago

    Is it me, or are all the newegg links not quite right?

      • dmjifn
      • 7 years ago

      It’s not just you. At first I thought my PC was infected with some malware plugin designed to increase affiliate click revenue. But I only see it on tech report, and then on all PCs and browsers.

        • theadder
        • 7 years ago

        Commission Junction; whatever that is.

        • derFunkenstein
        • 7 years ago

        Yeah it usually takes a couple hours for the links to “settle” and start to work right. I’m all for giving TR clicks but they have to make it easy for me.

    • indeego
    • 7 years ago

    I just filled out a rebate for an Intel 520, and it was quite painless. They allow you to scan the UPC/Invoice to submit right then and there, and most of the forms are pre-filled, to avoid the usual pitfall/mistakes that kill your odds. ~5 minutes worth of work. Is this new, or is this universal for rebates?

      • DancinJack
      • 7 years ago

      That is very much not the experience I’ve had with most rebates. In my experience it’s cut out UPC, staple to form, fill out form, send in mail, wait 6-8 weeks, and MAYBE get your monies.

      e: spelling

      • derFunkenstein
      • 7 years ago

      Yeah that’s new and not at all what I’m used to.

      Staples rebates has a website that’s had goo dluck, but otherwise the process has been very manual.

    • derFunkenstein
    • 7 years ago

    What do OCZ PSUs and SSDs have in common? Blue screens.

      • JustAnEngineer
      • 7 years ago

      OCZ RAM, too.

        • derFunkenstein
        • 7 years ago

        Fortunately they got out of that business.

      • rrr
      • 7 years ago

      Not true for PSUs anymore, they finally have some compelling ones in most price segments.

      • Deanjo
      • 7 years ago

      Honestly the OCZ PS that I have, have been rock solid.

      (especially since they are PC Power and coolings.)

      • travbrad
      • 7 years ago

      To be fair OCZ PSUs tend to give black screens, not blue screens.

        • derFunkenstein
        • 7 years ago

        I meant instability, but utterly dead works too. 😆

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