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Shipping time from XoticPC

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by altonng121, Dec 26, 2008.

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  1. altonng121

    altonng121 Newbie

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    Yes, i've emailed them about how long it will take to process and ship but didn't get a response from them yet. So i've decided to ask you guys who ordered it from XoticPC

    So i want to join the family of M860TU, so as of now i am out of the country. i live in the U.S. i wont be back till January 3rd. So i was wondering if i order today, would it get to my house by January 3rd. I dont want it to be early, it would be great if its on the 3rd, it is a Saturday. Which shipping method should i do to ensure a delivery on the 3rd(if possible)? how long does it take them to process my order?

    Thanks!
     
  2. rockmedic109

    rockmedic109 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Three to seven day build time once your payment clears {a couple of days}. Then it ships from southern California. If you are in California, it will ship to Nebraska first and then to California to avoid sales tax.

    I will likely not arrive before the 3rd but I found their staff to be very helpful and they would no doubt be able to set something up where it will not arrive before you get home.
     
  3. sheaiiimef

    sheaiiimef Notebook Enthusiast

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    They have the shipping times listed when you purchase. It is the standard UPS times unless you live in BFE then overnight turns in to three days.
     
  4. Justin@XoticPC

    Justin@XoticPC Company Representative

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    Most orders at this time are shipping in 1-4 business days from payment clearing. :) They are shipping quick. (Feel free to PM if you have any ??'s)
     
  5. loos

    loos Notebook Enthusiast

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    If I end up using a credit card what is a normal length of time for the payment to 'clear'?

    Thanks
     
  6. Shyster1

    Shyster1 Lazy as the Day is Long

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    Probably depends on your credit card company, and how long it takes them to credit a merchant with payment.
     
  7. Justin@XoticPC

    Justin@XoticPC Company Representative

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    Normally a credit card clears instantly once it is processed & verified. :) (We don't wait for the issuing bank to credit us, we process it instantly.)
     
  8. gerryf19

    gerryf19 I am the walrus

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    I can confirm that--I used a credit card and it cleared within the hour and went right into phase 2.

    Hope I get one of those quick shipping times Justin was talking about. The response said shipping between Jan 6 through 12, which may be a canned response so you are thrilled when you get it sooner--that said, I did order Monday, December 29, so we've got the holiday in the middle plus the end of the year crazyness so I wouldn't be surprised to see it shipping next week.
     
  9. Shyster1

    Shyster1 Lazy as the Day is Long

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    Whadja order, if you don't mind my being a little nosey?:D
     
  10. gerryf19

    gerryf19 I am the walrus

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    After much agonizing, I settled on the OCZ Force Exreme 840 with a P9500 cpu, a single ATI HD3870 512mb, 2 gbs of ram (I have an extra two ready to addand a 320gb 3gb/s SATAII 5400rpm along with the Intel Wireless 5300.

    Had a $2000 budget even though the laptop I want always costs $2500..lol. I know a lot of people are buying this for gaming so the response is going to be why not crossfire!?!, but I am only a casual gamer so that was a lower priority.
     
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