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PC Case Deal Drops Corsair Tempered Glass RGB Mid-Tower to $70

Corsair iCUE 220T RGB Airflow (Image credit: Corsair)

Looking for the best tech deals on a new PC case? The white version of the Corsair iCUE 220T RGB Airflow, which carries a $99.99 price tag, is on sale at Newegg for $70 after a $20.00 rebate card and entering promo code "EMCDFFK48".

In our Corsair iCUE 220T RGB Airflow review, we praised its price point, (which is even better now) and performance. The mid-tower case comes with a 395 x 210 x 450mm footprint, steel construction, including a grill front panel, for robustness and an edge-to-edge tempered glass side panel to show off the internals.

Corsair iCUE 220T RGB Airflow: was $99.99, now $69.99 @ Newegg

The iCUE 220T RGB Airflow combines striking white aesthetics, including RGB, and functionality into a single package. Use promo code "EMCDFFK48" and the $20 rebate to get it for $70. In our Corsair iCUE 220T RGB Airflow review, we gave the case 3.5 stars out of 5.View Deal

Corsair might market the iCUE 220T RGB Airflow as a compact case, but it can house almost everything that you throw at it. You can use motherboards that span from the Mini-ITX form factor up to the conventional ATX form factor. It can accommodate graphics cards up to 300mm long, power supplies up to 180mm long and air CPU coolers up to 160mm tall. The iCUE 220T RGB Airflow puts seven expansion slots at your disposal for up to two 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drives. 

Liquid cooling enthusiasts will be happy to know that the iCUE 220T RGB Airflow is compatible with 120mm, 140mm, 240mm, 280mm and 360mm radiators. In terms of case fans, there's enough spacing to hold up to six 120mm or four 140mm cooling fans.

The iCUE 220T RGB Airflow comes with three SP120 RGB Pro cooling fans to provide your hardware with adequate airflow and spruce up the case a bit, but we found these to be lackluster in our testing. The case is also equipped with Corsair's iCUE Lighting Node Core hub, so you can control the RGB lighting up to six RGB fans from the brand.

  • Dark Lord of Tech
    $99.99
    Sale Ends in 4 Days (Sat)$79.99 after $20.00 rebate card$2.99 Shipping (restrictions apply)
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  • King_V
    No, it's correct in this case. If you add the case to your cart, the $99.99 has a link for the $20 mail in rebate. If you then enter the EMCDFFK48 code, it's $10 off, so, $89.99, less the $20 rebate is $69.99.

    There is the $2.99 shipping, though, so realistically, after rebate, it's $72.98.
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  • 3ogdy
    PC Case Deal *drops. You know, the verb "to drop".
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  • Dark Lord of Tech
    Rebates aren't deals in my opinion. Instant off coupon codes are. Case should be about $59.99 , for what it is.
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  • King_V
    I guess I only consider mail-in rebates to be a slight annoyance. I don't see why they don't go with instant rebates all the time (unless there's some vendor vs manufacturer distinction that "forces" it), but I've had no qualms about taking advantage of those mail-ins, though.
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  • velocityg4
    King_V said:
    I guess I only consider mail-in rebates to be a slight annoyance. I don't see why they don't go with instant rebates all the time (unless there's some vendor vs manufacturer distinction that "forces" it), but I've had no qualms about taking advantage of those mail-ins, though.

    Manufacturer is hoping your don't bother mailing it in, that it gets "lost" in the mail or you don't follow rebate instructions correctly and lose it.

    I can understand some accounting reason for not using instant rebates. There's no reason they couldn't use an electronic system for rebates. It would probably be a lot cheaper than having people open rebates, manually review them, type them into a computer then seal payments in an envelope and mail them.
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