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What are these cheap German etailers? I still don't know any here other than amazon.de... :s

I sometimes ship from Caseking.de even to east EU when we do group buys on stuff that's not available here. Probably quite decent prices for yourself too.
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I have recently stop dealing with Newegg because of their Ebay store. They had the Linksys EA 6700 on their Ebay store for $99.99. I've been a customer with Newegg for about a decade and asked if I could pay for it using my credit card and they told me no, I would have to use paypal. That upset me because for 10 damn years my credit card was good enough over their website with never a problem. But now that they are in bed with Ebay and paypal it's not good enough. And me and paypal fell out because I'd reached my $5000.00 spending limit ( all computer components) and would not link my card to a bank to be verified. Well if spending 5K without any negative feedback isn't verification enough then it will never be verified. They just want to be able to take monies from my account if a dispute ever arrises.


Same, but I'd given up paypal years ago mainly for security reasons. Secondarily This new search system on newegg SUCKS compared to their old one. I primarily will only use amazon these days. Too bad for newegg.. In the past 5 years I've easily spent over 10 thousand dollars with them and I have more and more been telling peers and friends to go with amazon > newegg. I've also begrudgingly started using tiger direct. I am looking into NCIX to see if they are fair competition.


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Why couldn't you buy it from their regular page?

Because they like to list a lot of items only on ebay or on 3rd party retailers so that they can take the money during a dispute and you cant call your card company and have the money refunded if they dont hold up their end of the deal.
 
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post #73 of 151
Who cares, Newegg isn't Newegg anymore... They can't get Americans to buy their overpriced imported crap so it's time to pawn it off on the UK... Have fun!
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Can't wait! More places to buy from can never be a bad thing.
They (like most retailers) have inflated the price of many AMD cards due to the current cryptocurrency mining craze. Can't really blame them to be honest, even if it is very annoying.

That's not happening in Spain at least, not sure about the rest of EU. I don't think they'll get far if they put that practice to use.
post #75 of 151
I don't understand why everybody is complaining about the prices on Newegg, they obviously took advantage of AMD GPUs price inflation but so did everyone else, and most prices I can see on their website are a lot better than everything I see on French websites (including amazon).
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Newegg's prices have quietly increased across the board.
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Who cares, Newegg isn't Newegg anymore... They can't get Americans to buy their overpriced imported crap so it's time to pawn it off on the UK... Have fun!
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wasnt their entire business model that they sell outside of state products without sales tax and you are supposed to report your own sales tax to authorities in your own state? also why uk. just put it to czech republic and you can move your product to all of europe and save a lot on wages and transportation. amazon is kinda trying to move their warehouses to czech republic after german workers were striking recently


Doubt it will happen, we have some good retailers already such as Amazon, Scan, Aria etc... so it's not as if we starved of choice!

In fact, they'd have to go a looooooooong way to beat Scan.
post #78 of 151
Newegg has really started sucking lately. The shell shockers are all crap deals and they spam my inbox with "huge discounts" on things they've jacked the price up on so you're still paying MSRP.

I still shop there but normally I end up buying off Amazon for ~15% less with Prime shipping.
post #79 of 151
I boycotted Newegg after they refused to replace a defective motherboard 2 weeks after purchase date causing me major havoc and having to order another board at Amazon before Gigabyte agreed to take the motherboard a month after. Newegg even failed to acknowledge that from the day I started using their services to that date, I had dropped close to $30k in just computer equipment alone in their site, with all my credit cards on file. But I guess none of that matters to these greedy bastards.

Amazon on the other hand has been treating me like a king. Got a defective unit? No problem, we'll send you a replacement and you get us the defective one when you have time. Oh yeah, and we'll ship you that replacement overnight so you don't have to be without your product for long.

Now tell me, why would I shop at Newegg again? Everything I've ever needed I've been able to find at Amazon.
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please explain to me for example microcenter prices in us? are those open boxes, or how do they get such great pricing?

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Microcenter products are not open box they are brand new. Their pricing is actually terrible on things other then cpus.
Their Cpu pricing is cheap in store only, in the hopes that while you are there you will buy other components.
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