MSI launches UK CASHBACK program

/ 7 years ago

MSI has just launched a new program to provide exceptional value on a number of notebooks with up to £100 cashback.

Applicable on a certain number of notebooks including some from their G-Series range, aimed specifically at gamers, as well as the CX623, a perfect back-to-school notebook.

Cashback is claimed directly by the end user with MSI, regardless of your place of purchase, although it must be a UK model purchased brand new in the UK. This program starts today (22nd August), and continues until 30th September (or while stocks last).

To claim, all you have to do is complete the application form downloaded from the website, attaching a copy of the purchase invoice. If the claim is successful MSI will send you a cheque for cashback amount in the post.

This offer is applicable on the following models:

  • GT680-037UK – £100 cashback
  • GX660R-650UK – £100 cashback
  • GX660R-646UK – £50 cashback
  • CX623-096UK – £50 cashback

For more details, please visit the official website.

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2 Responses to “MSI launches UK CASHBACK program”
  1. dav532000 says:

    Nice one MSI, you can get the GX660R-650UK for under £800 so with cash back makes it under £700 great deal.

  2. gaetan says:

    dav532000;24192 wrote: Nice one MSI, you can get the GX660R-650UK for under £800 so with cash back makes it under £700 great deal.

    […]while stocks last.

    How many people will have noticed the same thing?When I read the press release, it was written in the end with an *, so I thought I'd tell the direct "truth" and write it as a whole and not write it in a small under everything."Corporate Cheating", good name for it, don't you think? lol

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