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[US] [Microcenter] [In store] AMD Ryzen 7 2700X $130 + Choice of Outer Worlds or Borderlands 3 + $30 off a motherboard

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Damn. That's a good deal. :|

It also includes 3 months of xbox game pass for PC, which includes The Outer Worlds. So you could get Borderlands 3 and use the 3 months of game pass to play Outer Worlds.


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7 minutes ago, Spotty said:

Damn. That's a good deal. :|

It also includes 3 months of xbox game pass for PC, which includes The Outer Worlds. So you could get Borderlands 3 and use the 3 months of game pass to play Outer Worlds.

Yeah I just picked one up. I also got a  Gigabyte aurus x470 gaming motherboard Open box. Came to $54 after the bundle discount. And a Rx 5700 open box (reference) for $240. I have a microcenter charge card so I got another 5% off on top. I really feel like I'm stealing from them at this point

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The 3700X is also on sale for $300, damn I love Micro Center. Same goes for the games and $30 off a motherboard. 

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I got borderlands 3 free with my GPU. I wouldnt get too excited about it. Reviews for the outer worlds are mixed. The $30 off a mother board is awesome. The total price could mean a free upgrade from the 2600 I recently bought.

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sucks if i want to buy that i'd have to go across an entire ocean


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Why is the nearest MicroCenter three hours away :( 


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Well F.  I might just get one.  But I believe my OC on my 1700 clears this gap already for me.  But damn that's a sexy price.  I thought my $136 shipped R7 1700 was a steal.


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Top seller time me boiyos. (Also should point out 9900k are $449.99 and do cool bundle as well...)

 

 

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On 11/13/2019 at 9:44 AM, TVwazhere said:

Why is the nearest MicroCenter three hours away :( 

@TVwazhere Submit a location request to our customer contact team. We actually do see them!


 

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11 hours ago, Rune said:

 

@TVwazhere Submit a location request to our customer contact team. We actually do see them!

Does "Next door" count as a viable request? /s

 

If worst came to worst I know people in Long Island who I could send the money to and they could ship it to me relatively inexpensively. 


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11 hours ago, TVwazhere said:

Does "Next door" count as a viable request? /s

 

If worst came to worst I know people in Long Island who I could send the money to and they could ship it to me relatively inexpensively. 

Well we're supposed to be expanding in 2020. So keep an eye out :)


 

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I would like to update this post. The Ryzen 7 2700x is no longer $129.99 but $159.99 but don't worry its non X counter part is still $129.99.

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I want to thank you for this posting this!!

I live nowhere near a microcenter so I was bummed out that it was in-store only.

I've heard stories of Staples being very lenient on their price match policy and look!! 

$113 for a 2700x!!

Anyone who doesn't live near a Microcenter should try this!

Staples has many components on their website so go to a Staples in person to price match.

Find a kiosk and find the component on their website. Show the Microcenter price to an employee and boom!

Their 110% price match guarantee makes it even better than Microcenter!

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Picked this up on the last full day in the US when I was on holiday and flying home from Dallas. Thought I might as well just rock up and see what the whole Microcenter thing was like. I love that place, it was tremendous, although wasn't actually planning on buying much unless I saw something at an absolute steal. Ended up with a 2700X + Gigabyte B450 itx board + 3600 CL16 GSkill Trident Z Neo for USD357.00 incl tax. Had a look at the same time and it was GBP408.00 from the cheapest places I could find in the UK for the same stuff... which at the current rate is around USD525.00. Not that I actually have done anything with the parts yet, they're still sitting in a bag, as I'm lazy af at the minute.

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On 11/19/2019 at 10:01 AM, SkyguyXD said:

Anyone who doesn't live near a Microcenter should try this!

Oh I will. I've been looking for a company to price match Micro Center for a while now. Finally I have a place closer than 300+ miles to get PC parts from at insane prices. THANK YOU!

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On 11/19/2019 at 7:06 AM, AlexOak said:

I would like to update this post. The Ryzen 7 2700x is no longer $129.99 but $159.99 but don't worry its non X counter part is still $129.99.

Looks like the Ryzen 7 2700X is back down to $130. Still has the same deal with $30 off motherboard

 

https://www.microcenter.com/product/505632/amd-ryzen-7-2700x-37ghz-8-core-am4-boxed-processor-with-wraith-prism-cooler


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