home : hot deals & information involving: Adorama Monday, April 4, 2016
- LG 27" Computer Monitor and $50 Card Rebate for $200
LG 27-inch IPS LED-backlit LCD Computer Monitor for $200 today.
A $50 Prepaid Card is available by mail-in rebate.
Other stores sell this monitor for $205 to $240 without an available rebate.
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
- Acer 23" Computer Monitor for $92
Adorama.com is offering an Acer 23.6-inch LED-backlit LCD Computer Monitor for $92 with free shipping through their Ebay store.
Normally sells for about $105.
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
- Western Digital Elements 2TB Portable USB3.0 Drive $70
Adorama.com is offering a Western Digital Elements 2TB Portable USB3.0 Drive for $70 with free shipping through their Ebay store.
Normally sells for about $85.
- LG 55" 1080p HDTV for $450
Adorama.com is selling an LG (55LF6000) 55-inch LED-backlit LCD 1080p HDTV for $450 with free shipping through their Ebay store.
Its reviews are mostly positive, and most stores sell it for around $580.
A $350 American Express Prepaid Card is available by mail-in rebate when you purchase this bundle.
When filling out the rebate form, go the second page and check the first combo.
EOS Rebel T5i
Canon Photo Paper Semi-Gloss (SG-201) 13"x19" 50 Sheets
Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Printer
The check boxes and writing spaces are very small, so use a steady hand and a fine-tip pen.
Be sure to write legibly, and include a copy of your sales receipt with the purchase prices circled.
Include the UPC barcode cut-out of all 3 product boxes, mail everything in by March 27, and wait 60 days for your American Express prepaid card to arrive.
The camera with 2 lenses normally sells for about $500, so paying $799 is only a good deal if you have the time to submit the rebate.
Also beware that it is possible to fill out the rebate and submit everything properly, but your rebate could be lost or forgotten.
You will have to remind yourself to contact the rebate fulfillment center if you do not receive your rebate card 60 days after they receive your envelope.
To help protect yourself, we recommend taking photos of everything you send in, and mail with a tracking number from the US Postal Service.