This year, we remodeled our Tustin store, added a new Raspberry Pi Store-in-a-Store to our Dallas Store, overhauled our mobile departments, and that’s just in our stores!
We’ve worked with more influencers than ever, had some amazing launches from AMD, Intel, NVIDIA, and more, and saw tons of top-notch PCs submitted to our build showcase.
But we’d be nothing without our incredible customers, and we want to say thanks for being so great.
So, to help us celebrate, we want to hear your favorite Micro Center Memories from 2021! Maybe you nabbed that new computer, loved a video we put out with one of our great influencers, or just made some new friends on the Community. Whatever it is, we want to hear about it.
Running from today through Wednesday, January 5th, we want to know what your favorite Micro Center Memory was.
But that’s not all: every entry increases our prize pool! For every entry we get, that gift card will grow by $1. So, if we get two hundred entries, it’s $200. All the way up a maximum $500 Micro Center gift card. So be sure to tell your friends to enter – after all, the more the merrier!
Winner will be contacted within a week.
· Join the Micro Center community
· Post a comment telling us your favorite Micro Center memory of 2021.
Then, share the contest and help our prize grow! (Not required for entry)
See attached contest terms and conditions.
Contest submission window: 12/22/2021-11:59 AM EST 1/5/2022
One 1st place winner will receive a Micro Center Gift Card worth up to $500 dollars
My favorite memories are of your videos with Linus Sebastian.
My 2021 memory of Microcenter would be how the team in the maker department helped me save my 3D printer. I had a bad clog and even after taking the entire thing apart, I couldn't free it.
My favorite memory was going into the new and improved Tustin store. I really liked the bigger floor space and the quickness of the checkout.
Favorite memory probably had to be when I had the chillest RTX 3060 purchase known to man at the Fairfax location. No crazy lines, no outside camping, just some lucky timing I suppose as I walked in to some reasonably priced graphics cards! Don't know how I would've gotten my hands on one otherwise, that's why I love this place.
My favorite memory would be being able to place my order online during this pandemic, then just pop into the Columbus store and having it waiting on me!
My favorite memory is probably going to MicroCenter on black friday to pick up parts for my new PC
First Microcenter trip July 8th 2021/My first PC Build!!! BIG SHOUT OUT TO CHRIS AND JESSE!!!🤜🤛
SECOND TRIP JULY 30TH 2021 ON YOUTUBE: CONFESS1ON18
My favorite memory with Microcenter was during the start of the pandemic. I just moved to Chicago and knew absolutely know one and it was impossible to socialize with new people. I was honestly getting kind of sad and didn't have anything to do at my apartment by myself.
When Microcenter opened its Chicago location back, I decided it was time to build a new PC while staying at home all day. When I went it, it was like being a kid at the candy store. My passion for computers got reignited again and it was very fun actually talking to employees and other customers about parts.
I ended finishing my build, installed Valorant, and joined a few Discord servers to meet gamers to play with. Without this PC, I don't know how I would have lasted alone in my apartment. Thanks to Microcenter providing great prices and a great selection of parts, I was able to enjoy life again!
My favorite memory always changes - every time I visit, it's my favorite visit. Parts, galore! It's practically heaven.
My favorite memory was going towards opening week at the Tustin Microcenter. Viewing the new layout with all the components on display and the GPUs in stock seemed miraculous.
Stopping in Microcenter for a computer and learning how much I could save building one on my own. I loved learning and my friend got and incredible gift out of it. Much thanks to the genius Microcenter employees!
Rich Text Editor.
To edit a paragraph's style, hit tab to get to the paragraph menu. From there you will be able to pick one style. Nothing defaults to paragraph.
An inline formatting menu will show up when you select text. Hit tab to get into that menu.
Some elements, such as rich link embeds, images, loading indicators, and error messages may get inserted into the editor. You may navigate to these using the arrow keys inside of the editor and delete them with the delete or backspace key.
Submit photos and a description of your PC to our build showcase
See other custom PC builds and get some ideas for what can be done
Services starting at $149.99