Posted by William Charles on December 3, 2019
Deals

Published on December 3rd, 2019 | by William Charles

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[Targeted] AmEx Offer: Dell.com, Spend $599+ & Receive $120 Statement Credit

The Offer

  • Get a one-time $120 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to spend a minimum of $599+ in one or more transactions online at Dell.com by 12/31/2019. See terms for exclusions.

The Fine Print

  • Offer valid for purchases made on Dell.com only.
  • Valid only on US website.
  • Not valid for e-gift card purchases
  • Excludes international contact center, Global events, Dell Financial services, Dell Outlet for Home, Dell Outlet for Work, Dell PartnerDirect, Dell Premier, Dell Premier Connect, Dell Premier Select, and authorized retailers. Excludes gift card purchases.
  • Not valid on purchases shipped outside the US, Puerto Rico, USVI and Guam.

Our Verdict

If possible you’ll want to save it on an American Express card with one (or more) of the following offers:

I suspect this might only be an offer for personal cards, in which case the top two offers won’t be available unfortunately. Also a shame this is after all the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales but fingers crossed we see some more good deals from Dell.



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Matthew
Matthew

Oh well. It should have been earlier.

John
John

They do this on purpose.

satellite
satellite

It was live last night around 11pm Pacific at least. Managed to snag aw3418dw monitor for $450 including 10% tax after this deal and 15% cashback. It was definitely a small time window though. Probably not intended by Amex/Dell

Imshildig
Imshildig

Drop too late. BTW I’m ready to sell it, anyone wants to buy it from me?

NH4NO3
NH4NO3

I have just got an Dell Inspiron 15 5000 from Costco (Item 1372719; Model i5593-7988SLV-PUS) for $599.99 as one of its laptop deal on ads.

The same model from dell.com (https://deals.dell.com/en-us/productdetail/3g3q) is now $799.99.
A lot of rebate websites give 10% cashback for dell.com currently.

So,
$800 – 10% – 120 = $600.

Good math, Dell.

(of course you might made 8000 MR rather than $80 from Rakuten/Ebates, which is better)

NH4NO3
NH4NO3

One more thing:
I am very sure I saw another dell.com SKU had the same tech specs which was $699.99 (no touchable screen) + $50 for changing to a touchable LED ($749.99 in total) during Dec 3rd 00:00-03:00 ET / Dec 2nd 21:00-24:00 PT, when I got the Amex offer (I am living in the east coast).

So, there might be a few hours Amex provided the offer when Dell did not hide the old price. An out-of-sync of west-east coasts?

satellite
satellite

befrugal has 12%

PAUL S.
PAUL S.

I hate Befrugal

gato
gato

Just saw this on my BCE. Thanks Doc!

HJ
HJ

How easy is it to resell a laptop? Along with the 10% back at ebates, cyber week sales and this, I’m thinking of buying one to do so.

atexit8
atexit8

Very difficult.
People basically want Black Friday prices.
You’ll get tons of low ball offers.
They don’t care about specs or anything.

The sweet spot is < $100.
Last Christmas I sold a used Dell laptop for that price.
I think the guy was in a rush and needed it as a gift.

Simon
Simon

I’m not targeted..

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