castrator86Are you not able to apply EVGA Bucks no top of the promotional trade/pricing?
the_Scarlet_onecastrator86Are you not able to apply EVGA Bucks no top of the promotional trade/pricing?No. EVGA has that right in the terms and conditions, as well as answering this question a couple of times.
castrator86Thanks, don't have time (at work) to dig through the thread on mobile.
dazinger92It's actually not just silly. It's really asinine. "No exceptions" explicitly posted in the ToS.I'm sorry but, in my opinion, this offer blows. I'm seriously contemplating AMD as a viable alternative.....
Nereusdazinger92It's actually not just silly. It's really asinine. "No exceptions" explicitly posted in the ToS.I'm sorry but, in my opinion, this offer blows. I'm seriously contemplating AMD as a viable alternative.....LOL ORLY? and how much are AMD offering you for your old used GPU?
ablearcherIs the pricing shown on the drop-down menu the price we pay (before taxes, fees, etc)? For my 780 Ti, the trade in price seems to be $100, but the discount seems to hover around the $80 range. Specifically, with the RTX 2070 (08G-P4-2070-KR), where the trade-in tool shows $449, but the product page lists $529.
karlrule13I understand the disappointment of not having the ti models, but I don't think most of the people here actually looked at the pricing. Sure the credit is only $100-150, but the prices they are discounting from are pretty low. For instance they have the RTX 2080 FTW3 Ultra Gaming at $700 so with my trade in credit of $150 it drops to $550 vs their price online of $870. A steal compared to what it normally goes for, and I do not have to mess with the Craigslist/Ebay BS. I think it is a solid deal. This is the opportunity I have been looking for to upgrade. Not sure why you would look at AMD with prices this good considering even the 2080 beats AMD's top card, and won't do much in the way of G-sync or Ray Tracing (Even if it is fringe).
coreymlhMy friend has a gtx980ti sc+ 2.0, however, he changed his double fan cooler to a factory titan like blower cooler, will that be qualified?
trcvrsMy GTX 770 has rust on the heat pipes just from normal use living in a humid location. Otherwise, it works perfectly still. Would it be eligable for this trade in?
the_Scarlet_oneablearcherIs the pricing shown on the drop-down menu the price we pay (before taxes, fees, etc)? For my 780 Ti, the trade in price seems to be $100, but the discount seems to hover around the $80 range. Specifically, with the RTX 2070 (08G-P4-2070-KR), where the trade-in tool shows $449, but the product page lists $529.If i am not mistaken, the drop down shows $449 as the exclusive trade in price. Then subtract... or add... the discount from the trade in card, in your case the 780ti for $100. Total, that would be $180 off before taxes and fees. EVGA can not guess which card is being trade in tier is shown, so they can not add the trade in price until you get to that point. The trade in amount is the second “discount.”
KDornerCan any Canadians confirm if upgraded cards were charged import duties, and if so, how much? As per the Terms and Conditions: "All Upgrade prices are subject to taxes, duties, and other related fees." If they are being shipped from Canada there would be of course no duties, but I don't want to go spend thousands without knowing (have four cards to upgrade, all 980s) and then find I owe hundreds more in duties that would make them more expensive than just buying the 2080s outright from NewEgg or Canada Computers and hawking the old ones on Kijiji. Thanks for any assistance. Edit: Can anyone confirm if it's handled as an RMA? I've had plenty of eVGA RMAs to California and back without any duties.
EVGATech_AdamBThe upgrade is subject to any duties. Only warranty replacements should not be subject to Canadian duties. Since you would be paying for a new-in-box product then it would be marked as a sale. As for how much the duties might be, we would not be able to say beforehand as that is all up to customs officials.
KDorner Thanks... strange that as eVGA products are sold in many Canadian stores (heck even Wal-Mart has them) that they would not be shipped from eVGA Canada to avoid the duties then. I appreciate the answer!
east1991mynsquick question about this line (Note: Refunds are not available for Upgrades at any time or for any reason) I've never done an upgrade before so bare with me for a minute, does this mean that if I pay out for the upgrade and my upgrade is rejected for what ever reason that I paid out $600 and will not get that back or would I receive a refund because the upgrade couldn't be completed? another question I have is my card was over heating badly I.E. was reaching 68c under 100% load so, I replaced the thermal compound with IC-Diamond 24ct. would this be cause for rejection?