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Buy VMware Fusion 3.1 Today and Get £20 Back

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
If you have purchased VMware Fusion 3 between the 15th of
October 2010 and the 31st of December 2010 you are eligible
for 20 GBP.

To redeem your rebate, please follow the following steps:
1. Enter your information below
2. Scan and attach your proof of purchase and serial number
3. Review your information
4. Submit your request

You will receive an email confirmation after successful submission of your
information. Please allow up to 6 weeks for processing to receive your rebate.

Terms & Conditions
Purchases of VMware Fusion 3 made at Best Buy are not eligible for this rebate offer.
Rebate forms with PO box address do not qualify.
Valid for purchases of VMware Fusion 3 between October 15, 2010 and December 31, 2010.
Limited-time offer. Rebate request must be received by January 31, 2011.
Rebate valid in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom only. Offer void where prohibited by law.
Rebates payable by check or wire transfer in the UK, and by wire transfer only in all other eligible countries.
Rebate rights are non-transferrable.
Rebates will not exceed purchase price.
This rebate is not valid with any other VMware sponsored offers. Limit one (1) rebate per address as determined by VMware in its sole discretion.
Rebates not available for upgrades, site licenses, NFRs, OEMs, multipacks, academic, promotional or auction purchases.
Rebates available for end users only. Not available to distributors, dealers and resellers.
Please allow a minimum of 6 weeks to receive your rebate check or wire transfer.
This rebate offer may not be published in any publication without written permission of VMware.
A digital copy (scanned copy or clearly legible digital photograph) of the purchase receipt and VMware Fusion 3 serial key are required to redeem this offer. The purchase receipt must show the purchase of VMware Fusion.
By completing this form, you authorize VMware to contact you for communications regarding this rebate offer.

http://vmware.promotionclaim.com/fusion_en.html

Get VMWare for 26.99 from amazon, resulting in you only having to pay 6.99 for it! Credit goes to orlando08 for pointing out the price at amazon.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/VMware-Inc-FUS3-ENG-M-CP-Fusion-3-1/dp/B002Q72JB8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=software&qid=1288131838&sr=8-1
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#1
Now need to find the cheapest place to buy the actual software to make the most out of this deal!
#2
what advantages does this have over (free) virtualbox?
#3
Is this for Mac users?
#4
I use Virtualbox too on the rare occasions when I have to delve into the Windoze world.
I can't comment about VMware because I have never used it as I have no need to.
#5
I came on here to post this. Hot!
#6
One question, with regards to the deal posted by orlando, in conjunction with this offer, how do you as at 2. above ; Scan and Attach your proof of purchase and serial number, if ordered online with Amazon, will Amazon provide a hard copy invoice when delivered and will this suffice?

Edited By: ben1979 on Oct 26, 2010 22:54: x
#7
Great find orlando08, I've updated the original post with a link to the amazon price.
#8
Is that rebate website for real?

Performed a whois on it. Note it does not appear to be a VMWare website.

Whois details
Domain Name.......... promotionclaim.com
Creation Date........ 2010-09-18
Registration Date.... 2010-09-18
Expiry Date.......... 2011-09-18
Organisation Name.... Dawley Services Ltd
Organisation Address. PO Box 62695
Organisation Address. 2-5 Benjamin Street
Organisation Address. London
Organisation Address. EC1P 1LB
Organisation Address. London
Organisation Address. GB

Admin Name........... Admin PrivateRegContact
Admin Address........ PO Box 62695
Admin Address........ 2-5 Benjamin Street
Admin Address........ London
Admin Address........ EC1P 1LB
Admin Address........ London
Admin Address........ GB
Admin Email..........
Admin Phone.......... +44.8700600450
Admin Fax............ +44.8700600460

Tech Name............ TECH PrivateRegContact
Tech Address......... PO Box 62695
Tech Address......... 2-5 Benjamin Street
Tech Address......... London
Tech Address......... EC1P 1LB
Tech Address......... London
Tech Address......... GB
Tech Email...........
Tech Phone........... +44.8700600450
Tech Fax............. +44.8700600460
Name Server.......... ns0.zen.co.uk
Name Server.......... ns1.zen.co.uk

Another Whois

Domain Name: PROMOTIONCLAIM.COM
Registrar: MELBOURNE IT, LTD. D/B/A INTERNET NAMES WORLDWIDE
Whois Server: whois.melbourneit.com
Referral URL: http://www.melbourneit.com
Name Server: NS0.ZEN.CO.UK
Name Server: NS1.ZEN.CO.UK
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Updated Date: 17-sep-2010
Creation Date: 17-sep-2010
Expiration Date: 17-sep-2011

Its only been up for roughly a month
#9
Jellybeans
Is that rebate website for real?

Performed a whois on it. Note it does not appear to be a VMWare website.


The deal is available on the VMWare site: http://store.vmware.com/store/vmware/DisplayProductDetailsPage/ProductID.165310200/Currency.GBP

Edited By: Leigh on Oct 27, 2010 00:48: Typo
#10
Leigh
Jellybeans
Is that rebate website for real?

Performed a whois on it. Note it does not appear to be a VMWare website.


The deal is available on the VMWare site: http://store.vmware.com/store/vmware/DisplayProductDetailsPage/ProductID.165310200/Currency.GBP


Thanks Leigh. But that's the USA site, it's also not the same link. http://www.refuse2choose.com/rebates/. However, this confirms that the link doesn't necesarily come from VMware.
#11
But if you follow the rebate link and select "United Kingdom", you end up on the same site.

Edited By: Leigh on Oct 27, 2010 01:20: Typo
#12
Leigh
But if you follow the rebate link and select "United Kingdom", you end up on the same site.

Leigh,

Like you i went to the VMWare website direct, which is a US site, clicked on the special offer hyperlink for the rebate on the front page which took me to a product specific page, clicked on the $30 Rebate hyperlink, chose the UK as the country from which I wish to redeem the offer, then links to a preferred language, clicked the Union Jack, which take me to the original claim rebate forms as originally highlighted http://vmware.promotionclaim.com/fusion_en.html#ht=1380 Seems all legit to me!

Edited By: ben1979 on Oct 27, 2010 09:07: x
#13
Seems a legit deal! And I've gone for it as even at £26.99 it's cheap! So with the rebate it's awesome! I've been thinking about going virtual over bootcamp so nows the time to try it!
#14
Parallels didn't do it for me and I've been meaning to try VM Fusion so many thanks
#15
Does it mean the 4.0 is approaching soon by end of year?
#16
AFAIK Parallels is the faster one, but VMWare is the more stable one, with the ".1" update bringing a massive speed boost.
#17
Those of you comparing this to VirtualBox, VMware Fusion (and Parallels Desktop) are much faster and less resource intensive. If you do any serious amount of work on them then I'd recommend paying for either Fusion or Desktop as it will become far less frustrating.
#18
mattyboy1982
Seems a legit deal! And I've gone for it as even at £26.99 it's cheap! So with the rebate it's awesome! I've been thinking about going virtual over bootcamp so nows the time to try it!
In the Windows world I gave up on VMware (as it was getting bloated) and have been VERY happy with VirtualBox instead!
#19
Folks - for those unsure about whether this is 100% legit, I got an email about it last night direct from VMWare. Unfortunately I purchased my copy 2 days before the opening of the offer. Ah well. Everyone else enjoy.
#20
Just use TPB (The Pirate Bay) its free!
#21
weiran
Those of you comparing this to VirtualBox, VMware Fusion (and Parallels Desktop) are much faster and less resource intensive. If you do any serious amount of work on them then I'd recommend paying for either Fusion or Desktop as it will become far less frustrating.


And the Unity desktop integration is way slicker than that in VirtualBox. Unless they've changed it recently the VirtualBox equivalent left the Windows taskbar floating halfway up my Mac desktop!
#22
Another user here HAPPY with the FREE Virtualbox over the BLOATED vmware.
#23
stevvie
Another user here HAPPY with the FREE Virtualbox over the BLOATED vmware.


OK you go ahead and drag that file from the mac onto the virtualbox box, or take some time to set up the BootCamp Partition when its all done for you, or perhaps freeze up when inserting a USB device, and where is your support? Oracle? Sun? I can't remember they change so much :)


Great deal, shame I got mine a day before the Rebate (Thanks HUKD for that one!)

In the Windows world I gave up on VMware (as it was getting bloated) and have been VERY happy with VirtualBox instead!


I agree, its bloated on Windows, but on mac its a whole different story.


Edited By: effortless on Oct 27, 2010 17:54: Added quote
#24
Fantastic - Thanks guys.

Ordered
#25
For those still not sure this is legit here is a HTML version of the email that I recieved:

http://app.connect.vmware.com/e/es.aspx?s=524&e=16571867&elq=97166b3fdbe24fc38644351796b83ff7&OPENID=Browser
#26
Just received it today based on this offer. Have my MacBook Pro plugged into a monitor running both screens... main screen is running OSX and the Mac screen is running Windows 7 full screen. It's absolutely seamless too. So cool O_o
#27
BrianM
In the Windows world I gave up on VMware (as it was getting bloated) and have been VERY happy with VirtualBox instead!


same with linux - vmware server2 is mega bloated, virtualbox is much faster.
#28
Sent my rebate off. Was awkward getting my receipt in .pdf and a picture of the receipt in a .jpg under 0.5mb, some weird restrictions :S
#29
My copy from amazon arrived today and sent off my rebate. Easiest way to the receipt under 0.5mb is to scan it as 200dpi
#30
Just got this, I had an email from vmware detailing this offer yesterday !
at £7 it's well worth it for me, to learn a bit about vmware and to get the direct X support ;-)
It does seem faster and more mac friendly that VB, the USB support for printers and Hard disks does not always seem to work on VB either.
Perhaps they've emailed all their free trial members ?
#31
is there one manage to get rebate in their account....
#32
KIT786
My copy from amazon arrived today and sent off my rebate. Easiest way to the receipt under 0.5mb is to scan it as 200dpi


did u get rebate...
#33
no i have not yet, but it does say it will be a minimum wait of 6 weeks
#34
I forgot to do my rebate but luckily its on until the end of the month! Will send it off tomorrow :)
#35
Hi, not sure if this thread is still live, but i've still not had my rebate dating back to Oct 2010! anyone know how to contact them about this? Been on their website, but cant find any.

thanks
#37
Pleased to say I finally got my cheque in the post today. It was dated 19/01/2011 so may have something to do with the email I sent.

So for those of you who are still awaiting their rebate I suggest sending an email asking what the hell is going on.
#38
KIT786
Pleased to say I finally got my cheque in the post today. It was dated 19/01/2011 so may have something to do with the email I sent.

So for those of you who are still awaiting their rebate I suggest sending an email asking what the hell is going on.


Did u buy it from Amazon.
#39
Junk
KIT786
Pleased to say I finally got my cheque in the post today. It was dated 19/01/2011 so may have something to do with the email I sent.

So for those of you who are still awaiting their rebate I suggest sending an email asking what the hell is going on.

Did u buy it from Amazon.

Yeah. Are you still awaiting your rebate? How long has it been and have you tried emailing them?

Edited By: KIT786 on Jan 31, 2011 23:10

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