Who's doing the RetailEdge program?

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  1. SaviouR

    SaviouR Dallas - Choke City :(

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    6375 chips and counting with an event worth ~2000 chips at the beginning of May.

    Any speculation on what's in the bundle this year?
     
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    kngtfallen OT Supporter

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    Elaborate. What are the benefits?
     
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    SaviouR Dallas - Choke City :(

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    retailedge.intel.com

    Basically if you work at a electronics retail store you're able to sign up at that website, earn "chips" and eventually Intel will release a bundle pack in which you use those chips to get a discounted rate on a bundle pack.

    You earn chips by doing various surveys, logging in constantly, attending live events, etc.. At the beginning of May I'm going to one of their live events; it's a free screening of Iron Man with paid drink/snack along with raffles (a friend of mine won a Q6700 a few months ago from one of these events) and being able to earn more chips all the while.

    Last year had two bundle packs: an Intel mobo/Home Premium/Q6600 or Q6700 for either 9000 chips/$220 or 12000 chips/$250.
     
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    i hear they are announcing something very soon, but we'll see. they are doing a special showing of iron man for a live event that i'm going to, and i hear they will be announcing a bundle.
     
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    SaviouR Dallas - Choke City :(

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    It's going to be an 45nm chip for sure and my guess is the Q9450.

    /wishful thinking?
     

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