Yeah, but you can also buy directly from B&H and cut out the middle man.Newegg often lists B&H as a seller - have purchased quite a bit from B&H through Newegg
I'm just asking this as an honest question: do you know anything about how those sellers treat their warehouse employees?So if you can find a better price at amazon.com, you'll get better service, stop enabling Amazon's draconian treatment of its warehouse employees, and help the broader economy.
I have been using NewEgg since they were frst being advertised on Anandtech. I have bought hundreds of thousands of dollars of products from the and through them - I would not use their other sellers - I have had a couple bad experiences, and won't use them again. Every single product I have bought from NewEgg was well packed and arrived in perfect condition - and on the rare occasions I got a dud (hard drives) RMA was quick and painless...I'm just asking this as an honest question: do you know anything about how those sellers treat their warehouse employees?
If I had it on good authority that one or more of them were truly better places to work than Amazon's warehouses, I'd even be wiling to pay a bit more to order from them.
BTW, one benefit of buying from Newegg is their rewards program. I got my Bose headphones from Newegg, because everyone had them for the same price, but Newegg gave me points that I could use for a discount on a subsequent order. So, it was effectively cheaper to buy from them, since I knew I'd have a chance to use the points.
Wow. You've got me beat. I think my first order from them was a Pentium 4 machine that I built around 2005. That's the first and last time I ordered all the parts for a machine in a single, big order. They threw in a free hat, which I still have.I have bought hundreds of thousands of dollars of products from the and through them
Funny you should mention that. I got 4 HDDs from them >= 10 years ago and one had physical damage to its PCB, as if it got smashed against a corner of something. Luckily I noticed before plugging it in. As you say, they honored their RMA policy and sent me a new replacement, though I recall I did submit a picture of the damage (I forget whether it was required, though). Luckily, I had a new macro lens for my camera that made it an easy picture to take.Every single product I have bought from NewEgg was well packed and arrived in perfect condition - and on the rare occasions I got a dud (hard drives) RMA was quick and painless...
Yeah, I learned about them around the time I first visited Tom's - in '96 or '97.I used to use PriceWatch back when
Thanks for that data point. I wonder if college athletes do well there. From what I've heard, that seems to be in line with what the job demands.I have 2 friends who work at Amazon warehouses, and they would KILL to get their jobs at Wal-Mart back... I know no one who works at NewEgg.