Fujitsu Offers To Buy You An Evernote Premium Account

Fujitsu Offers To Buy You An Evernote Premium Account

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So I know that I posted about Evernote just a few days ago, but I couldn’t possibly let this go by without letting you guys know about it.

Evernote and Fujitsu cut a deal where if you buy a ScanSnap S1500 (for Windows) or S1500M (for Mac) and then sign up for an Evernote Premium account, Fujitsu will rebate you $50. Not bad!

Unfortunately, this deal is only for US residents (first Hulu and now this?!), but for the Americans in the house it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Here are the details from their blog post:

  • Your ScanSnap must be purchased between May 1st, 2010 and July 31st, 2010
  • You must have an annual Evernote Premium account, if you’re month-to-month consider switching to the annual version
  • Complete this rebate form, making sure to include your Evernote information
  • Mail the completed form along with the original UPC to the specified address
  • This is open to US residents only. Please review the Terms and Conditions on the rebate form for additional rules

Check their post for more information. Hope this helps!

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Brooks Duncan helps individuals and small businesses go paperless. He's been an accountant, a software developer, a manager in a very large corporation, and has run DocumentSnap since 2008. You can find Brooks on Twitter at @documentsnap or @brooksduncan. Thanks for stopping by.

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sisiay - June 28, 2010 Reply

thanks! i came here looking for tips, and left with (hopefully) $50. not a bad day.

    Brooks Duncan - July 5, 2010 Reply

    Awesome sisiay, I hope the refund works out for you (and that you enjoy the ScanSnap + Evernote too of course 🙂 ).

pendolino - May 30, 2010 Reply

so what if i already have an evernote premium account? do i still qualify for a rebate?

    Brooks Duncan - May 31, 2010 Reply

    I'm going to guess no, since I am sure the goal here is to sell more ScanSnaps and Evernote Premium accounts, but I suppose it doesn't hurt to ask! 🙂

      pendolino - June 1, 2010 Reply

      actually it looks like a yes. check this out from the Evernote blog post (your link above) comments:

        Brooks Duncan - June 2, 2010 Reply

        Oh wow! Nice find! Shows what I know. Thanks for that pendolino.

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