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Razer to honor erroneous 90 percent off coupon codes

Posted on Monday, April 22 2013 @ 11:51:02 CEST by

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Razer's UK website likely received a mass influx of orders last week as word spread on the internet that you could purchase products for 90 percent off by simply typing in "1234" in the coupon code field. Razer CEO Min-Lian Tan announced that the company will honor the unofficial deal, albeit with some restrictions. Tan explained the coupon code was originally created by a third-party to test Razer's UK online shopping cart, but unfortunately for the company the 90% off coupon code was never deleted after testing.
In a Facebook post, Tan explains that while the deal "will likely cost us an insane amount of losses" due to selling the items well below cost, the company's "customer comes first" policy directed his decision. "We want to do right by the community," he says. While Razer won't approve a 90 percent discount on every single quantity of every single item ordered, Tan says the company will allow customers who used to the coupon code to get a single copy of each product they purchased, and that backorders may mean the items take weeks or months to ship to those customers. We don't think most will mind.
Source: The Verge



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