minchin wrote:While the manufacturers must be good to fund the rebates quickly, I have generally gotten much faster rebates from Staples and Best Buy. This is especially true on the ones that you can submit online.
I think the Staple's Rebate Center (managed by maybe the same place that runs RebatesHQ?) is just a lot more efficient in getting the things together and submit to the manufacturer.....
For anything with rebate, I would buy it if it is offered at Staples and Best Buy.... I would only buy stuff with rebate from CompUSA if it is really good offer....
Actually rebateshq (Parago) processes rebates for all of the following: BestBuy, Staples, OfficeMax and even some CompUSA rebates these days.
In my case, the retailer where the item was purchased has less to do with it than the manufacturer, who must provide funding before the checks can be sent. Some companies are deadbeats when it comes to funding rebates,
whereas others are prompt.
TCA (wheresmyrebate.com) processes mainly CompUSA rebates.
Express Group processes Office Depot promotions.
Maxmyrebates.com can be used for OfficeMax store (not manufacturer) rebates.
Rebatestatus.com is for some Canon rebates.
https://secure.rebatestatus.com/bscript ... t_no=CANON
Young America, MN is for Circuit City rebates. They have no online lookup on their website though.
Fuji is www.myrewards.info