[Price Error] Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E330 13.3" i3-3120M $346, i5-3230M $434, also E531 FHD from $336
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UPDATE - OFFICIAL RESPONSE
According to Lenovo, the following email will be sent out for affected orders over the next 24 hours.
Unfortunately, we’ve been unable to accept your recent order due to a pricing error on the Lenovo Australia online store.
Based on current information this affected the following laptop configurations between Friday, September 13 and Monday September 16:
- ThinkPad Edge E330, E531, T530, T430s & X131e display options
- ThinkPad Helix digitiser pen, front camera and camera display.
I apologise sincerely for the inconvenience caused and can confirm that this error has now been fixed. If you would like to place another order at the correct price, you may do this on our online store or telephone sales support centre.
If you wish to contact me directly to discuss this further, please feel free to email me on
Online Manager, Lenovo Australia
For some reason, Lenovo is offering a hefty $165 discount if you select the "Arctic Blue" display colour when configuring the E330. There are three base configurations on offer - this applies the the i3-3120M and i5-3230M models (the i3-3110M cannot be reconfigured).
After changing the screen to Arctic Blue, the standard coupons also apply. For the i3-3120M, you can use SEPWELC2013 coupon. For the i5-3230M, the E330DEAL coupon provides a slightly bigger discount on the base config, while SEPWELC2013 may be better if you add upgrades.
UPDATE: As noted by Souljarh and brick007123, a similar discount also applies to the E531 range by selecting the "FHD Antiglare" screen.
UPDATE 2: See list of discount of different products with code SEPWELC2013 —
- E330 - $165
- E431 - none
- E531 - $176
- L430 - none
- L530 - none
- T430 - none
- T530 - $187
- T430S - $187
- X131e - $132
- X230 - none
- X1 Carbon - none
- X230T - none
- W530 - none
- Helix - $330
- Twist - none
- B590 - none
Update 3: Discount on both E330 Arctic Blue and E531 Full HD has been confirmed to be a price error. See this comment as confirmed by Lenovo.Other members have been receiving emails from Lenovo claiming it's the customer who requested the cancellation. Also this email from Lenovo detailing the list of products that were affected by the price error over the weekend.