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Could be some good bargains to be had here, just have two windows open, the outlet and the main 'Home' systems. Remember, with outlet systems you do not get a monitor, so you need to spec up the 'home' system to the same as the dell outlet system and see if it offers you a good deal.

Remember you HAVE to tick the box to get the £95 off on the 'add to basket' page. Plus free delivery.

Also no Quidco etc with dell outlet. There WILL be bargains, but the stock is updated loads throughout the day, so you need to keep checking.

Discount Voucher Offer!!

To avail of this offer all you need to do is select your desired system, add it to your shopping cart, then tick the "SAVE £95.00" offer in the Software and Peripherals Section once you have added your system to the shopping cart ! It's that simple!

Offer Ends Midnight Thursday 14th December 2006.

*Offer applies to orders placed on Dell Outlet only. Please note that the normal price for this product is set out at http://www.dell.co.uk These savings will vary from time to time.*
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#1
Example:

Dell Dimension C521, AMD A64 3200, 250gb, 1gb

Dell outlet price with £95 off and free delivery: £285.99
Same spec with NO monitor on Dell Home site: £451.74

Both the above include delivery and VAT.
#2
Well I have just purchased the above system for £220 including delivery. Took a while, but spotted a good price come through, may have a scratch on it, wow.

So £220 for an AMD 64 3200, 250gb HDD, 1gb RAM, DVD / CDRW. Woohoo!

Can't believe it hasn't intrested anyone else!
#3
grdesign
Well I have just purchased the above system for £220 including delivery. Took a while, but spotted a good price come through, may have a scratch on it, wow.

So £220 for an AMD 64 3200, 250gb HDD, 1gb RAM, DVD / CDRW. Woohoo!

Can't believe it hasn't intrested anyone else!



Deal on again!!

Save a further £95 on every System you buy. Offer valid on all Systems.
Due to End 11/01/2007.


Got a nice core2Duo 1024 Mb Ram, 160Gb HD, 256Mb Graphics, DVDRW for £355
[mod]#4
There is NO free delivery in this current offer so its plus £60 for delivery.
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A tip for anyone buying a Dell, get the spec you want online and then call them up and haggle. I have bought about 5 or 6 Dell systems in the last 3 years and have never paid full price, I just ask for a freebie or a discount.
I tell them I will pay imediately if they can do a deal.
The higher the spec machine the more they are willing to move or throw things in. I got £350 off a high spec Dell X1 laptop and that was far better than any deal going, I also swapped a deal of a free printer for more memory! However you can even haggle on the basic machines.

10 mins ago I bought a
Dell Dimension C521
AMD® Athlon™ 64 Processor 3200+
MONITOR Dell™ 19" Value Flat Panel (E197FP)
MEMORY 512MB DDR2 533MHz
HARD DRIVE 160GB (7200rpm) Serial ATA 8MB cache
48x CDRW/DVD
GeForce® 6150 LE graphics card
Dell™ A225 Stereo Speakers
Costing £387.75

They wouldn't budge on anything but after a bit of persitent nagging I got them to throw in a 13-in-1 built-in Media Card Reader which is listed at £17.62. I realise these are probably cheap to pick up elsewhere but it was something extra for nothing.

I always give the Dell salesperson a good report on the after sales questionnaire and keep their extension number on hand for when I want to do some dealing in the future.

Good luck.
#6
Sorry, this was not a Dell Outlet deal but on their main site.
http://www1.euro.dell.com/content/topics/promo.aspx/uk/en/promocompare?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs
I found that the prices on the Outlet shop were not the best for the spec I wanted, I am sure others will reply and prove me wrong.
#7
Just received my outlet desktop and thought I would give folks an idea what they might expect to get if they try this route to a new machine.

Back in October rewarded my son with a new PC for doing well in his GCSE's pretty well let him choose the Dell spec he wanted (within reason) - cost me a small fortune. Hadn't discovered the outlet store at that point.

Recent posts on this site drew my attention to the Outlet Store and I was tempted to treat myself during the recent £95 reduction period.


The E520 I received today looks totally brand new, no marks, scratches or any other sign of previous use (and I'm pretty fussy with new items). The keyboard, mouse and speakers arrived in sealed packs - unused. After an hour or so exploration of the machine all the installed software, etc., runs as it should - I'm well pleased.

I found what was a good spec on the Outlet pages then built similar at the Dell main store - total saving at least £179 and I have checked my calculations more than once!

Well worth looking at the Outlet Store if you want a new machine, but don't need a monitor (outlet desktops do not include monitor).

Anyone remind me how best to remove all the unwanted programmes/software.

£95 reduction now ended, but I beleive there is currently freedelivery - saves approx £60.
#8
I have never bought a branded machine so have no idea what is one there but try going into Control Panel, and then click Add/Remove programs, then go down the list clicking on each one that you don't want on your PC.

Also download a thing called winpatrol, it gives you the option of choosing which programs you want to run when your PC starts up resulting in quicker start times. (Although this does use up resources in itself it's better than some). It is also quite good for securtiy reasons as it lets you know when something is trying to install itself on your pc.
#9
beerman1
I have never bought a branded machine so have no idea what is one there but try going into Control Panel, and then click Add/Remove programs, then go down the list clicking on each one that you don't want on your PC.

Also download a thing called winpatrol, it gives you the option of choosing which programs you want to run when your PC starts up resulting in quicker start times. (Although this does use up resources in itself it's better than some). It is also quite good for securtiy reasons as it lets you know when something is trying to install itself on your pc.


Thanks - used the add/remove. Seem to remember someone posting another removal tip recently.
banned#10
pat36a
Thanks - used the add/remove. Seem to remember someone posting another removal tip recently.


Don't forget C Cleaner, for the registry entries...backup first!!!!

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