Newegg Unveils Year-end Savings for Tech-savvy Deal-seekers

Company Brings 2016 to a Close with Six Days of Savings

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#NeweggNewegg
– the leading tech-focused e-retailer in North America –today unveiled
its plans to close the 2016 calendar year with a six-day campaign of
year-end savings. With holiday gift giving now mostly complete, this is
the time of year when many finally gift themselves. Newegg plans to meet
this demand with a pair of great promotions to close out 2016.

Newegg’s After-Christmas sale runs from Dec. 26 through Dec. 28, and
will feature deep discounts on some of its most popular items from this
past holiday season. More than 1,300 deals will be offered, highlights
include the following (prices valid while supplies last):

And from Dec. 29 through Dec. 31, Newegg’s Year-end Clearance will
feature significant markdowns across all product categories as the
company clears out remaining inventory ahead of the new year. In total
more than 2,000 deals will be offered, with great prices for all.

Visit http://www.newegg.com
from Dec. 26 through Dec. 31 to take advantage of some of the best and
final deals of the year.

About Newegg Inc.

Newegg Inc. is the leading electronics-focused e-retailer in the United
States. It owns and operates Newegg.com (http://www.newegg.com)
which was founded in 2001 and regularly earns industry-leading customer
service ratings. The award-winning website has more than 28 million
registered users and offers customers a comprehensive selection of the
latest consumer electronics products, detailed product descriptions and
images, as well as how-to information and customer reviews. Using the
site’s online tech community, customers have the opportunity to interact
with other computer, gaming and consumer electronics enthusiasts. Newegg
Inc. is headquartered in City of Industry, California. Newegg operates
Hybrid Centers in City of Industry, CA and Richmond Hill, Ontario.

Contacts

Newegg Inc.
James Merk, 626-271-1420
james.j.merk@newegg.com

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