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Lenovo Coupons & Savings

Lenovo is celebrating their 30th anniversary in 2014; the tech giant has made significant progress from their modest beginnings in Beijing, China in 1984. It’s headquartered in Beijing, China as well as a domestically in Morrisville, North Carolina. Lenovo manufactures not only computers, but also tablets, smartphones and other work solutions such as servers.

A group of middle-aged men from the Institute of Computing Technology at the Chinese Academy of Sciences met up in 1984 to start Lenovo. The company originally started as a television import business, but that concept proved to be a failure rather quickly. Instead, they shifted their attention to computers and helping new computer buyers run checks to make sure everything was working. They then met with a team of engineers to design their own computers and took off from there, growing steadily over the last 3 decades.

The company took off fast between 1988 and 1994, and became a publicly traded company in Hong Kong. With high ratings from its customers and large brand recognition, the stocks quickly rose, giving Lenovo the capital to improve on their already advanced technology. Ever since, Lenovo has continued to place among the top in the computer market, with millions consumers relying on their products every day. Currently, Lenovo’s reach is so wide, that you can find Lenovo technology in over 150 countries worldwide.

Coupon Stacking Policy

Although many stores across the globe carry Lenovo products, there is no official Lenovo storefront, as all of their business is done online. Lenovo offers their customers the opportunity to redeem coupons for instant savings. The coupons cannot be stacked for a single purchase; however, you can use the same code on separate transactions. The coupons can be applied toward sale items that are marked with the “Instant Savings” offer.

Sometimes “Instant Savings” items might be hard to find, and if you don’t want to spend the time looking around you can always sign up for the Lenovo e-mail list and have coupons delivered directly to you as soon as they become available.

If the eCoupon does not work, here are the reasons that may be causing the problem:

  • eCoupon has met quantity limit. Some coupons have an imposed maximum of uses. For example some laptops may have a 50$ off coupon valid for the first 200 customers. So if you see a coupon that interests you, don’t wait too long as you’re running the risk of missing out.
  • eCoupon may have expired.
  • eCoupon may not be valid for product you are attempting to purchase.

Super Savings

This section of the website offers products at great discounts, sometimes reaching sales of up to 50% off. The super savings section features a regularly updated selection of products, ranging from tablets and laptops to desktops and “all-in-one’s”. For currently featured products take a look the discount page here.

Affinity Program

When purchasing a large quantity of items from Lenovo you may qualify for their Affinity program, through which you can receive entire product lines at a significant discount. Whether you’re purchasing for a small business or a classroom, Lenovo has got you covered with most up to date products and direct support.

Lenovo Coupons

2% Cash Back

Up To $100 Off Entire Purchase + Free Shipping: RMNUSLENOVO3

Up To 15% Off Select ThinkCentre Deskstops + Free Shipping: SAV15DESKTOP

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