dealscorsair flash voyager 16gb usb 2.0 flash drive…

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Yeah, I never received the Mail-In rebate from my last NewEgg purchase and had to hound them incessantly just to get the one before that on another.

Not worth the trouble for a flash drive.

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@ozzallos: True, but $13.99 still isn't a bad price. I've bought the 16GB one twice (once in USB 2.0 and once in 3.0) and would happily buy it again :)

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I hate buying unattractive USB drives, lol.

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FOUR F#$KING HOURS OF WORK FOR A $5 REBATE. This is what I had to do last time, NEW EGG A$$HOLE$!!! After you routed me through to some 3rd-world, outsourced worker I could not understand who worked in some rebate "processing center" who wanted three scans (twice) of EVERYTHING I MAILED. Really? Really??? I generally resist the urge to use SHOUTING IN ALL CAPS. Look what you made me do! Shame, SHAME ON YOU!

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Unfortunately, I've got to agree that Newegg is one of the worst when it comes to mail-in rebates. There are vendors that allow you to link your rebate directly from their website. After all, they know you bought the thing because they approved your credit card. They know your address because they shipped you the damn thing.

Worst of all, several of the rebate centers that Newegg points you to offer to process your rebate faster if you accept a smaller amount. In other words, you have a $30 rebate coming, but if you actually want to get it in less than six months you must agree to accept $25 instead. It's so bogus that it dropped my opinion of Newegg and all of the vendors (OCZ, for example) that offer rebates.

To hell with rebates.

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@palomino0220: It's not only unattractive online; it's worse in person. It is also quite slow, but if you just need the storage space...