Save 20% on Dell 2400 or 5100 Projectors + 46% QuidCo Cashback! - HotUKDeals
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I don't know too much about DLP projectors, but at the moment, you can get 20% off the Dell 2400MP [or 5100] Projector. This brings the price down to £950 from Dell including delivery! Buy through QuidCo.Com to earn 40% on top of the usual 6% in cashback! If my maths is correct, that's worth around £330 Effectively making it about £630 after all cashbacks and discounts?

Dell 2400MP Projector:
Standard Features: Affordable Advanced Presentation Solution * 2400 ANSI Lumens(max) * Native XGA (1024 x 7680) Resolution * Contrast Ratio 2100:1 (Full On/Full Off) * Weight 2.5kg * 1 year Next Business Day Whole Unit Exchange

Included Accessories: Includes the below accessories as standard to get you up and running and to protect your investment * 2400MP Projector * 2400MP Standard IR Remote Control with page up/down buttons * 2400MP Drop tested Hard Carrying case * 2400MP Data Cable Kit (VGA, S-video, Composite, component, USB, audio etc.)
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How do I obtain the HUGE discounts that you say can be made on the DELL projector?
I went directly to the deal and it was costing over £1000 not the £630 you quoted.
I tried accessing the £630 deal but couldnt find it.
As I am new to this could you please explain how to "do the deals" please.
You have to be a quidco member first - then go through their link to Dells main site and buy there. You'll pay £950 then after a month or so you'll get the £330 paid back to you from Dell via quidco. There's a slight risk that the transaction won't track in which case you're screwed!
There's also the problem that the offer ended August 2006

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