Thinkpad 25th Anniversary Sale: Save 25% Off Lenovo Thinkpads, 30% On X Thinkpads; Stack With AMEX Offers To Get 12K Points Or Save $120!

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Thinkpad 25th Anniversary Sale

Lenovo’s X series of premium laptops are the pinnacle of Windows based design. They are powerful, durable, thin and light ultra-portables loaded with optionable features like an OLED screen.

Use the following code to take 30% off the original prices of Lenovo X Thinkpads and 25% off most other Lenovo Thinkpads (Exp: 10/11): THINKPADSALE

I have the 2nd generation of Lenovo’s Yoga X1 and it’s excellent. It’s ultra-lightweight, durable, and transforms into an awesome 14″ tablet. The OLED screen is truly stunning. It normally starts at $1,869 but will be $1,308 after the code. You can add a OLED WQHD touchscreen for $175 more after 30% off.

I find that its 14″ screen is really the sweet spot for a laptop as 13″ laptops don’t give enough real estate for productivity and 15″ makes the laptop too big to travel with and use on an airplane.

If you don’t need a touchscreen or tablet then the Lenovo X1 Carbon starts at $1,091 after the code.

You can save even more with AMEX Offers.

Check your cards for Lenovo offers for $60 off $300 or 6K Membership Rewards points for spending $300.

At checkout Lenovo allows you to split payment between 2 cards, so if you are spending $600+ you can take advantage of the offer on 2 cards. That means you can save $120 or get 12K points for any $600+ laptop sold by Lenovo.

You can use this link to access the old AMEX Offers interface, which is still compatible with the multi-tab method.

To see which offers you have, just login to your AMEX account, click on any of your cards to go the activity page, click on “AMEX Offers For You,” and save the offer to your account.

If you also have multiple cards with the offer don’t rush to save the offer to your account!  Open up the Offers page for each card in a separate tab in the same browser.  Then go between the tabs to save the offer to each of your targeted cards.  Otherwise once you save the offer to one card it disappears from your other cards.

Always check all primary and secondary card offers, as secondary cards will often have offers that the primary card does not. You can add secondary cards in your own name to your primary login or you can create a new login for other secondary cards.

Note that you only have to worry about an offer disappearing from other cards when they are registered to the same account. Saving an offer won’t affect cards that have their own login.

If you mess up and don’t save the offer to a card you can always remove a card from one login and make a dedicated login for it to register it. Alternatively you can remove the card that has an offer saved to it and the offer will reappear for the rest of the cards registered to that account. Once you properly save the offer to all cards on that account you can re-register the deleted card back to the same account.

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Can I use AmEx return protection to get reimbursed for the 15% restocking fee?

Mo K

Will the sale apply to desktops as well?


My platinum card offer only says to get $60 back, not 6k.. how can I get the 6k instead?


What’s the difference between the carbon X1 Yoga and the yoga 910.
The yoga looks better and nicer and cheaper?? But no sale on it?!?


The biggest difference I see between the carbon X1 Yoga and the Yoga 910 is active pen support, the Yoga 910 does not support AES pens. I have struggled with the same question before, but I ended up getting the Yoga 910 from, I’m happy with it.


I configured a laptop. Price was about $1,480. After applying the coupon, price jumped to $1,980. Then the discount was applied leaving a final price of $1,380. Seems like quite a bait and switch to me.

Shay peleg

What happens to the extended warranty/purchase protection if you use 2 cards?