- Samsung 60" 1080p HDTV Plus $200 Gift for $700
Samsung 60-inch LED-backlit LCD 1080p HDTV (model UN60J6200) for $700 with free shipping, and a $200 Dell Promo eGift Card is included free and valid toward a future Dell.com purchase.
This 2015-year model TV is being discontinued, to make way for the newer 4K televisions.
If you watch cable TV and Blu-ray movies, you probably don't have anything that can play 4K anyway, so 1080p may be more than sufficient for your needs.
If you are looking for the latest model 60-inch television, those seem to cost anywhere from $800 to $1300.
- Dell PowerEdge T30 Mini Tower Server for $350
Dell PowerEdge T30 Mini Tower Server for $349 with code 349T30 .
This computer has a 6th generation Intel Xeon E3-1225 v5 3.3GHz Quad Core CPU (details), which is basically the server/enterprise version (similar performance and capabilities) to the 6th generation Intel i5-6500 CPU (details).
The CPU alone normally sells for about $230.
Also comes with 8GB of DDR4 ECC memory, 1TB hard drive, CD/DVD read/write drive, and 1-year warranty.
- Vizio 39" 720p HDTV Plus $100 Credit for $230 (expired)
Pay $230 to get a Vizio 39-in 720p HDTV, and Dell will send you a free $100 Promo eGift Card 20 days after your order ships.
The $100 can be used toward a future Dell.com purchase within 90 days from issue, and expires if not used.
- Dell Wireless Keyboard and Mouse for $10
Dell Wireless Keyboard and Mouse for $10.
Same-day in-store pickup avoids the shipping fee.
Normally sells for $20.
The reviews are mostly positive.
A few people said theirs broke soon after purchase, but Staples gives you 14 days to return the keyboard for any reason.
It's only $10 though, so even if there's a 60% chance it will work well for you, the risk may be worth the $10 investment.
- 48% Off of Refurbished Laptop and Desktop Computers, Code: DELL48HOURS
Dell's Refurbished site is giving 48% off of "refurbished" computers listed for sale on their site.
Code DELL48HOURS gives the discount when a computer is added to the cart.
For example, a Grade-B cosmetic quality Dell OptiPlex 9020 with Intel Core i5-4570 Quad Core processor, 4GB memory, 500GB hard drive, and 32-bit Windows 7 Pro is $439 before coupon, and $228 after coupon.
- Poweredge T30 Mini Tower PC for $200
Dell PowerEdge are meant to be servers, but can also be a powerful workstation PC.
This T30 Mini Tower has an Intel Pentium G4400 3.3GHz Dual-Core processor, 4GB ECC memory (one DIMM), 1TB 7200rpm hard drive, 1 year warranty, no operating system, no monitor, no keyboard/mouse.
Price is $379, and coupon code 199T30 applies $180 off.
If you want 8GB of total memory, Newegg sells single 4GB DDR4 ECC Memory for about $40.
Also, adding a second 1TB hard drive costs $41.40 when applying code EMCREBD23 in the cart, or you could add a larger capacity (8TB) hard drive to get massive storage.
No operating system is included.
Linux (Ubuntu) is free to download and install.
- Dell Color Laser Printer $75
Dell C1760NW Color Laser Printer for $75 with free shipping.
Normally $109 and $190.
A complete set of toner cartridges should print somewhere around 1,400 to 1,800 of average printed pages (or around 400 full page color photo prints).
When the initial cartridges run out, new ones are fairly affordable at about $25 per pack.
That ink cost comes out to around 1 cent per average printed page.
- Ultrasharp 25" Monitor Plus $175 Credit for $370
Dell Ultrasharp monitors have consistently had excellent reviews for over 10 years.
Our 3 Ultrasharp monitors have stood the test of time, still working problem-free after 6-8 years.
Today, Dell is offering the 25" Ultrasharp Monitor (model U2515H) for $370 when applying code MARCH130 in the cart.
That is $40 more than normal price, but Dell is also giving $175 credit with this order.
The $175 Promo eGift Card emails 2 weeks after purchase, and valid toward a Dell.com order within 90 days.
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
- 27" Curved Monitor for $181
Dell 27-inch Curved LED-backlit LCD Computer Monitor (SE2716H) for $180.50 when applying code CURVED27 in the cart.
Normally sells for $210 and up.
Its screen is slightly curved, and is designed for productivity.
It's probably not the best monitor for games and video editing, as some reviewers and other reviewers say the colors are not that vibrant.