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Quidco Exclusive! Bonus £10 and £25 cashback on Dell until the 23rd
February 9th, 2007
Weve been able to put together a fantastic Dell promotion for Quidco members only. Dell is currently members most popular merchant in the Computers category on Quidco so this should be a big bonus for a lot of you!

For the next two weeks, until February 23rd, you will get a bonus £10 cashback at Dell for any order over £100 ex-VAT/Delivery or £25 off any order over £400 ex-VAT/Delivery. This is on top of the regular Dell cashback of 4.5%. The bonus amount will be added into your account at the end of month.

These bonuses make some fantastic savings with roughly £43 cashback on a £400 order thats almost 11% cashback! So get in on it while it lasts
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#1
Now that's annoying, i ordered my Dell laptop last night.
#2
Me too! - postitive rep left!
#3
horacehogarth
Now that's annoying, i ordered my Dell laptop last night.


You can always cancel the order..then reorder taking advantage of this Quidco bonus...it's been done before and no doubt again and again.
#4
I know that this has been posted elsewhere on HotUKDeals, but I'm just going to repeat the posting...

You can get MUCH better deals with Dell by ringing them, rather than going through their website and using QuidCo.

I don't want to use the word... but they almost sound "desperate" to sell to you. I rang up (mainly due to the HotUKDeals posting), quoted the spec of a great Acer laptop I'd seen, and asked them for their best deal.

They didn't get the sale - the Acer laptop (Core 2 Duo, 1Gb, 120Gb, Ge7300 256Mb graphics, WindowsMCE for £559+P&P from LaptopsDirect) was still far cheaper and a better spec, but the deal that Dell were offering for an Inspiron 6400 was far better than if I'd ordered via their website, even with QuidCo taken into account.

Put it this way, they were going to charge me £600 for the Dell laptop, and to get it to this price, the spec had a mysterious £140+vat discount applied to it. That's a pretty good discount (but why do they make it so hard to get the lowest price...? grrrr..)

Oh, and when I told the Dell sales rep I was still going to go for the Acer laptop, I had a call from her manager a few minutes later, with another upgrade thrown in for free.

So... I love QuidCo, I use it a lot and it has saved me hundreds of pounds (on car/house insurance particularly), but for Dell, I would still recommend ringing them. Let them do their best to sell to you, turn them down, then wait by the phone.

;-)
#5
Thanks for the advice UncleMike...from what I've read on HUKD it's really luck of the draw whether you get a sales person who is prepared to negotiate ...I was interested in the 6400 myself but find the graphics options rather limited and like you have found better specs on Acers for roughly the same price..albeit that Dell have the better battery life.

I'd really apprecaite it if you could give me some feedback onthe Acer as it may influence my eventual purchase...thanks
#6
^ best bet is to call towards end of month: they have monthly sales targets for upgrades & models and will do insane deals to meet them to get their bonuses.
[admin]#7
I think the rule of thumb is that if you're spending on a higher end system it may be worth calling up and see what they say. On the low end systems you're going to be better off buying online. And lastly with the really hot online offers they can't match on the phone anyway.
#8
Admin
I think the rule of thumb is that if you're spending on a higher end system it may be worth calling up and see what they say. On the low end systems you're going to be better off buying online. And lastly with the really hot online offers they can't match on the phone anyway.


This works with the dell insurance too, we got a call asking us if we wanted to take out insurance as mine had ran out. We said no and that was it, then we called them at the end of the month and asked the best price, didnt take long to get it half price with a printer (and ink) thrown in (although I still use the printer downstairs as its easier than connecting laptop to printer)

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