My father drove to a Microcenter, and send me a picture of the receipt, and the boxes he picked up for me (7700x, and 32gb ddr5 6000). It might have been only one side of the receipt and the code is on the other side. Not sure, yet. But it's not in the picture I got from him
Are these codes usually shoved inside the CPU boxes? Do you get the code through the online system somehow? AMD's site says:
"Participant should refer to the participating retailer for instructions regarding obtaining AMD coupon code before purchase. As examples only, a participating retailer may require you to request AMD coupon code from the cashier upon purchasing the Eligible AMD Product(s); a voucher with the AMD coupon code may be inserted into the shipping box; AMD coupon code may be emailed to you after the participating retailer confirms your online purchase; or a participating retailer may require you to fill out an online request form after your purchase demonstrating that you purchased the Eligible AMD Product(s) from that participating retailer during the Promotion Period. The AMD coupon code may be given to you on a physical coupon voucher or it may be provided to you electronically."
Which method is used here??? I never told him to "request AMD coupon code from the cashier ".
Every product promotion is a little bit different. For that promotion I would double check the receipt to make sure there is not a game code on there. If there is a code it is most likely to be around the bottom of the receipt. If there is not a code then follow these instructions from AMD.
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