Tiger Direct has the refurbished Corsair Enthusiast TX650 650W Power Supply for $30 - $10 rebate [Exp 2/28] - $10 rebate [Exp 2/28] = $10 with free shipping. 80 Plus certified and supports the an MTBF of 100,000 hours.
Retail: $70

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    mikegrmi Ben's cred: 362
    Posted 10:42 am PST 02/25/14

    Double rebates, what could go wrong?

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    drmichiokaku Ben's cred: 75
    Posted 11:02 am PST 02/25/14

    The reviews speak volumes.

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    Agent Ben's cred: 153
    Posted 11:29 am PST 02/25/14

    mikegrmi wrote:
    Double rebates, what could go wrong?


    ... and it's refurbished too! It must be made like a rock! (or is a rock!)

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 229
    Posted 2:24 pm PST 02/25/14

    Glowing one star reviews... Thanks Ben for finding this Gem of a Bargain...

    I think this deal is entitled to be the weekly "Ben's Bargains Golden bacon sushi Award"...

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3749
    Posted 2:41 pm PST 02/25/14

    3 TD reviews does not make for a valid sample size. It receives 4/5 eggs on Newegg and 4.5/5 stars on Amazon with almost 2000 owner reviews, as well as the favorable reviews linked below.

    However, there seems to be at least two (some people even split that up into 4) different designs sold under the TX650 designation, although both (new) are worth $60+ before rebate.

    http://goo.gl/vnqoVI

    http://www.silentpcreview.com/article813-page3.html

    Refurbished is your call... could mean anything, like someone who bought a PSU thinking their old one failed then found out the PSU wasn't the problem so they returned it. I have no idea if they were tested subsequent to whatever caused them to become other than new in box product.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 229
    Posted 2:44 pm PST 02/25/14

    How many are you buying, Dave?

    I'm might buy one just because I enjoy being a masterrebator...

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3749
    Posted 2:47 pm PST 02/25/14

    ^ Rebates are usually limited to 1

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 229
    Posted 2:53 pm PST 02/25/14

    per address... Don't you have more than one address and persona to use?

    Limit One (1) rebate per qualifying rebate offer, per person, billing address, company, household and receipt/invoice/packing slip during the eligibility period, except were prohibited by law. Only one (1) rebate application per envelope.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3749
    Posted 3:09 pm PST 02/25/14

    ^ If that didn't work out, should I complain that TD rebates are bad? I follow the terms and have a high rebate success rate.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 229
    Posted 3:39 pm PST 02/25/14

    Yes, you should.

    I am glad you have a high success rate. That's something to be very proud of.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3749
    Posted 4:18 pm PST 02/25/14

    ^ Absolutely, sometimes I buy products I don't even want, just so I can send in the rebate. Wink

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 229
    Posted 4:52 pm PST 02/25/14

    You sound like you're a seasoned masterrebator. I think I am too.

    I rebate more than I'm willing to admit to my Mom. Sometimes I have to hide my rebating stuff for fear of being called some sort of weirdo.

    Any more Masterrebators out there in Ben's Bargainlands willing to come forward?

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    BenKat Ben's cred: 474
    Posted 5:45 pm PST 02/25/14

    No Z. My momma told me if I rebated too often that I would go blind. Since I only have one eye left it's either continue rebating or buy a braille keyboard.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 229
    Posted 7:00 pm PST 02/25/14

    I bet most guys do a lot of rebating. I rebate all the time. I don't know what the big deal is...

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    BenKat Ben's cred: 474
    Posted 8:26 pm PST 02/25/14

    OMG son! How did you learn to be a masterrebator? I learned it from you dad! I learned it from you!

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 229
    Posted 10:47 am PST 03/7/14

    Item is back-ordered and there is a 30 day from purchase date rebate submission clause There were two $10 Corsair rebates for this item, however the rebate time limit is closing down.

    You need to cancel your order for this item if Tiger Direct cannot get the item to you with enough time for you to meet rebate submissions cutoff date.

    Item# JOR-101770876

    Rebates
    COR-13676
    COR-13684

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3749
    Posted 11:08 am PST 03/7/14

    ^ It was a decent deal even at $30 w/o the rebates. Now back up to $70... I'd just wait it out, rebate or not.

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    Posted 4:10 pm PST 03/7/14

    I checked with Tiger Direct. They shipped the PS out today.

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    Posted 11:31 am PDT 03/28/14

    corsairmemory@help.4myrebate.com is trying to jack me for the two rebates. The first one was denied by them claiming I didn't submit and original bar code when the form clearly stated to submit a copy of the bar code, which I did. The other rebate denial claims I didn't submit the original bar code but I can see the staple marks where the bar code was stapled to the form and they removed using a staple remover. This is also BS. A copy of the bar code is in the other rebate they have.

    This is the s*hit these rebates houses try to pull when they Fcked up the sending out the rebate offers (two$10 rebates for a $30 item in this case) or they have run out of rebate account money to pay the particular item claim.

    I would recommend gluing or taping over a large area to attach the bar code to the form. They would have to rip the form to get it off. Then lets see if they can "accidentally lose" them so they can accuse you for not submitting it. I always stamp on name/address on the back of the bar code that I submit to the shysters...

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