MSI offers cashback program to customers in Europe

MSI offers cashback program to customers in Europe

MSI has prepared a nice surprise to gamers in Europe – the Taiwanese company has renewed its gaming cashback program. Starting on August 28 and running until September 29, end users in Europe who purchase certain MSI hardware can get some of their money back. For instance, if you live in the UK you can get as much as GBP 42 back! If not, expect to get as much as EUR 60 back.

Here’s what you must do to participate – you must purchase a Z170A Gaming M9 ACK, M7 or M5 motherboard or a Z170A Gaming Pro or a Krait Gaming board. On the graphics side you can choose among MSI GeForce GTX 960, GTX 970 and GTX 980 Twin Frozr V-cooled cards and even the just announced MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti Lightning video card participates! Residents of more than 15 European countries can participate in this cashback program.

You can check MSI’s web page for more details if you are interested. Here’s a direct link.

Source: MSI

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