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MSI Promotions for PC builds - Free Game with Select Monitors or Cashback on Select Motherboards
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MSI Promotions for PC builds - Free Game with Select Monitors or Cashback on Select Motherboards

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Posted 6th Nov

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

I've recently built a PC and stumbled across a few offers from various hardware manufactures. MSI ones don't seem to be well advertised and popped up only after i'd bought and registered the items.

MSI Intel Motherboards (offer ends 30/11/19):
msi-promotions.com/gb/…ome
Up to £63 cashback - Haven't applied as went the AMD route.

MSI B450 Ryzen Motherboards (offer 7/10/19 - 10/11/19)
msi.com/Pro…019
Free Monster Hunter World Game for PC - I've applied for this one, waiting for response

You can also get AMD Raise the Game for 3rd gen CPUs (this one is all over hotukdeals so won't repeat), I chose Borderlands 3 through this offer.

MSI Full steam ahead - MSI Monitors
msi.com/Pro…019
Free Ghost recon Breakpoint Game for PC - Applied and got the game yesterday.

MSI Nvidia Graphics card (17/09/19 - 18/11/19)
msi.com/Pro…ged
Free Call of Duty - Modern Warfare Game on PC - Applied and got game same day.


Anyways, hope these helps someone out. I've just built a PC and have Borderlands 3, Modern Warfare and Ghost recon installed and ready to play. Hopefully MHW will follow soon.

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Got Ghost Recon Breakpoint game code for monitor too but won't play, code will go to ebay - no time to play when you are on HUKD
I don't like MSI. I bought a 2nd hand motherboard without a backplate so tried asking MSI about getting one.

This took 4 days as i had to register with them to actually get in touch with them. Then i had to send them a copy of my invoice and also a photo of my motherboard serial number. After all this jumping through hoops they then wanted to charge me 30 euros.

For that reason i wont buy msi again. I've since found a backplate on ebay for £8.
senukas06/11/2019 17:39

Got Ghost Recon Breakpoint game code for monitor too but won't play, code …Got Ghost Recon Breakpoint game code for monitor too but won't play, code will go to ebay - no time to play when you are on HUKD


How much does the code go for? Cheers
The link is not to the MSi UK website though! Prices are in $Dollars.
Yeah their customer service is.. difficult.
Eldi06/11/2019 18:05

Yeah their customer service is.. difficult.



Yep, they really annoyed me. If they had said straight away 30euros i'd have been slightly miffed. But to make me jump through hoops to rip me off is not on. I thought because they wanted all my info they were going to do it at cost price.

There's also been alot of issues with their boards and the latest ryzens.
Awful customer service would never buy from MSI again
How do I convince my parents to get me a b450. Promotion is only 4 days.
I could probably sell the game code for 30ish
Is this promo valid for us Brits in the UK? I've just redeemed for MHW!
Edited by: "GP8y1" 6th Nov
m1keyp1key06/11/2019 17:41

I don't like MSI. I bought a 2nd hand motherboard without a backplate so …I don't like MSI. I bought a 2nd hand motherboard without a backplate so tried asking MSI about getting one. This took 4 days as i had to register with them to actually get in touch with them. Then i had to send them a copy of my invoice and also a photo of my motherboard serial number. After all this jumping through hoops they then wanted to charge me 30 euros. For that reason i wont buy msi again. I've since found a backplate on ebay for £8.


Um what? Why shouldn't they charge you for a backplate? Your fault for buying a 2nd hand one with the plate missing, not MSI's fault.
Scottc12306/11/2019 20:08

Um what? Why shouldn't they charge you for a backplate? Your fault for …Um what? Why shouldn't they charge you for a backplate? Your fault for buying a 2nd hand one with the plate missing, not MSI's fault.



What are you on about?

Where did i say i shouldn't be charged for one? What i said was if they want to sell spare parts at rip off prices i shouldnt be made to jump through hoops for 4 days.

If for example i want to buy a spare rinse aid drawer for my indesit dishwasher i just search for it on their website and see the price and buy it. I dont register on their site spend four days fart arsing about and then get told the price.

That's why i'll deal with indesit again but MSI i'll never deal with.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 6th Nov
Be aware I have still to receive my reward after month past when I should have got it. they make the application for it so difficult and even altered my reward to a lesser headset.
Is this promotion just got Intel boards as I've just purchased an AMD one.
m1keyp1key06/11/2019 20:46

What are you on about? Where did i say i shouldn't be charged for one? …What are you on about? Where did i say i shouldn't be charged for one? What i said was if they want to sell spare parts at rip off prices i shouldnt be made to jump through hoops for 4 days. If for example i want to buy a spare rinse aid drawer for my indesit dishwasher i just search for it on their website and see the price and buy it. I dont register on their site spend four days fart arsing about and then get told the price. That's why i'll deal with indesit again but MSI i'll never deal with.


As far as I'm aware, there aren't many motherboard manufacturers who sell the i/o shield separately on their website. Having to register is a bit of a nonsense, but aside from that it seems what I'd expect.

You can't compare parts for a dishwasher to a motherboard. Dishwashers are a common repair item. If a motherboard breaks then your most likely going to send the whole thing away to the manufacturer, not buy the part and fix it yourself.

The i/o shield is very unlikely to break so why should they openly sell spares for every motherboard they manufacture? I doubt they have bucket loads of old parts lying around just in case someone buys a used item and needs an extra. Buy new if you want a guarantee and full customer service. Don't whinge about it if you buy used and don't get support!

By the way, I frequently buy used parts for my pcs and I don't expect one bit of support. Just like buying a used anything... If it breaks after a week, then tough. That's the risk.
johnw8407/11/2019 05:10

As far as I'm aware, there aren't many motherboard manufacturers who sell …As far as I'm aware, there aren't many motherboard manufacturers who sell the i/o shield separately on their website. Having to register is a bit of a nonsense, but aside from that it seems what I'd expect. You can't compare parts for a dishwasher to a motherboard. Dishwashers are a common repair item. If a motherboard breaks then your most likely going to send the whole thing away to the manufacturer, not buy the part and fix it yourself. The i/o shield is very unlikely to break so why should they openly sell spares for every motherboard they manufacture? I doubt they have bucket loads of old parts lying around just in case someone buys a used item and needs an extra. Buy new if you want a guarantee and full customer service. Don't whinge about it if you buy used and don't get support!By the way, I frequently buy used parts for my pcs and I don't expect one bit of support. Just like buying a used anything... If it breaks after a week, then tough. That's the risk.



Why is it that what you expect? If MSI are going to sell me an overpriced backplate why do i need to register, and fart arse around sending in proof of purchase and serial number. That's the type of thing you do if you have something faulty......not for buying an overpriced spare part.

If they want to sell overpriced spare parts then fine, but sell them......don't turn it into something that resembles a returns procedure.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 7th Nov
RockstarRobbo07/11/2019 02:22

Is this promotion just got Intel boards as I've just purchased an AMD one.


If you got a b450 board go to:
msi.com/Pro…019

You can get monster hunter world for free. (i received the code for mine this morning).
With regards to MSI and my experience with them.

You have to register and redeem the offers through their website which is fair enough. You also have to include an invoice and photo of the serial numbers of the products. Make sure you take a photo of the motherboard serial number before you install it in the case. I didn't and it was an arse trying to get a picture of it in the case (it was on the connector for the power to the motherboard). MSI took from 2 - 7 days to respond with each of the 3 requests i made and two of those requests initially failed because i took photos of the serial number on the product boxes, not the product. They didn't make it clear.
I get the feeling they are just deliberately awkward.
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