this isn't an early adopters tax, its a "we are aware this was an actual paper launch and to lessen the blow to our customers we are gonna bundle half our stock of these extremely rare items with stuff you definitely don't want."If you buy a combo from newegg just to get a new RTX/RX gpu and your angry you can't return the ssd or whatever came with it that's pathetic. It's a combo for a reason, so newegg can make extra money off selling a hot item. If you don't wanna pay the early adopter tax then wait until gpu's are readily in stock or stop whining and enjoy your gaming experience. If not being able to return something you deliberately purchased is all you have to worry about in these times when many don't have a job count yourself blessed!
Wow, your headline made it seem like some terribly cruel new return policy. Actually, it's a pretty fair policy. If you purchase a two or three item bundle, then it should be treated as a bundle and if you want to return any of it, you should be returning all of it. Newegg.com;'s motivation seem reasonable. I don't have any problem with it and will continue to purchase largely from newegg.com and MicroCenter's bricks and mortor store.Newegg annoys customers with a new return policy that directly affects graphics card combo deals.
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