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How to save £100's off any deal you see online at Dell for PC's or Laptops

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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
This is just basically advise on how to save £100's off your next PC or laptop from dell by following some simple advice.

You can always haggle over the phone with Dell, as i received an extra £100 worth of stuff on my laptop for free of charge on top of all the other offers they applied as standard.

We also ordered a PC for my gf's son (totalling £454 in the end), which is where they can apply the most discounts on PC's and we ended up getting over £150 off the price by downgrading a little, adding other stuff on and negotiating some more but it gets a little harder like this but we didn't need the other stuff included and ordering another PC that was more suitable from the beginning would of ended up costing a lot more, which may be useful to some of you.

My friend is the king of negotiating with Dell though, as he always gets money knocked off and receives loads of free stuff, accumulating to a few hundred pounds every time regardless if it's not a top spec PC.
My friend actually added several things on to a PC package, got money knocked off and they gave him a 6MP camera, so negotiate for a while to get the best deal by being persistent and telling them what you want by being assertive but without being completely rude.

My advice is to call them and tell them you've seen a cheaper PC on the highstreet but you were advised from a friend that negotiated with them to try and see how much you can reduce the price before you buy elsewhere (they may ask for there details, then they'll see on the system that that they negotiated quite a lot and they'll know what they're up against. If you don't know anyone that negotiated, PM me and i'll give you my details).
If they do ask for the details, that is a good sign, as they can see that they negotiated a lot and they now expect you will probably want something similar, so theyll try and be more flexible and they only ask if theyre willing to negotiate.

Unfortunately, you will come across salesman that will have no intentions of negotiating whatsoever and if this is the case, tell them you haven't got time, as you're very busy, so if they're not willing to negotiate, you'll take your business elsewhere and if they're still being difficult, then hang up the phone and call them again until you come across someone that is willing.

Once you do come across a salesman that is willing to negotiate quite a bit, make sure to get there name and extension number (this is crucial, as you will require to speak to them on more than 1 occasion and you can get them to call back as well to save your costs).
Make sure you don't accept the first offer, try and negotiate as much as possible and remember that they don't know you and they will never meet you, so you have nothing to be shy about but they're actually desperate for your business, so you can try as much as you want to get the best price.

I also noticed that if you tell them the PC is for a small business, they can offer you slightly further discounts, as the PC we bought was listed as business but the other salesman we spoke to that completed the deal knew we were home customers but went ahead with the deal anyway and said they must of been desperate to complete the sale.

VERY IMPORTANT: dont forget to keep calling until you come across a salesman that will negotiate, this may take several calls to find the right person but once you do, you should be able to save at least a hundred pounds or two on any PC that is listed £500 or more (with money off or extra accessories) and laptops will be harder and have smaller discounts but if you negotiate hard, you can get good discounts too.

I hope this info helps and if anyone needs anymore help, don't hesitate to ask :)

If you're a first time business customer, you might be legible to qualify for this deal as well, which was posted by Jlow00 and the voucher is FIRSTBUY-0109 and if they ask how you came across it, just say your friend informed you of it.

If you really have negotiated very well, the chances are that they won't be able to honour the discount, as they obviously do want your business but not at the expense of making a loss, so if they do stress this, make sure to also stress that you're willing to bring them a lot of repeat business if you're happy with there products.
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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Gotta be worth that call if you want to go down the Dell road, well done:thumbsup: bumped your heat up a bit.:giggle:
#2
Also Dell printers are not the best ones, so try not to accept it as part of your deal, as you can only insert dell ink cartridges which can only be bought directly through them, which are quite expensive to replace but you can always use them again by refills.

Remember to think of which accessories you'd like included in advance and try and negotiate as many of them as possible into the deal, as accessories cost them less money than straight up equivalent cash, so they would be more willing.
#3
Good advice, rep given :)
1 Like #4
hello. same sort of thing, except I got my discount after the offer for the "25 only" had finished. I managed to get the discount in my "basket" with dell but after entering my credit card details it wouldnt let me pay. I printed off a copy of the "basket" showing the discount and emailed dell through their website with my disgust that I could receive the discount but then not buy it. dell phoned me later and said that if I could prove I had received the discount (scanned & emailed it or faxed it to them) they would honour the price. so, got my computer after the deal had finished at the price I was happy with. may help others with the usual weekly offers.
#5
what kind of deals you have got so far?
2 Likes #6
By negotiating, in most cases, you should be able to get a free CPU upgrade, modem, speakers, anitvirus (they have a deal with McAfee), possible warranty (or for a heavily reduced price) and sometimes money off on top of all of that but obviously the more free stuff you receive, the harder you're going to have to negotiate.

Basically, never buy online, unless you really can't be bothered to negotiate but you'll be able to save £100's if you do.
2 Likes #7
Don't forget that Dell have a quarterly business model. Their financial year runs from February to January so they'll be much more willing to negotiate at the end of quarters in January, April, July and October.:prop:
1 Like #8
doublecuffs
Don't forget that Dell have a quarterly business model. Their financial year runs from February to January so they'll be much more willing to negotiate at the end of quarters in January, April, July and October.:prop:


Good advice there Doublecuffs, unfortunately we just missed the quarter, so it depends if people can wait a few months for a computer that they want but if you can wait, you're more likely to squeeze more out of them.
1 Like #9
realfriendlyman
By negotiating, in most cases, you should be able to get a free CPU upgrade, modem, speakers, anitvirus (they have a deal with McAfee), possible warranty (or for a heavily reduced price) and sometimes money off on top of all of that but obviously the more free stuff you receive, the harder you're going to have to negotiate.

Basically, never buy online, unless you really can't be bothered to negotiate but you'll be able to save £100's if you do.


Thanks for this, it maybe worth giving the contact name/ extension number of the person you or your friend spoke to and an example of the deal you succeeded in getting, so that we know what to ask for.

Rep given
#10
If you're a first time business customer, you might be legible to qualify for this deal as well, which was posted by Jlow00 and the voucher is FIRSTBUY-0109 and if they ask how you came across it, just say your friend informed you of it.

If you really have negotiated very well, the chances are that they won't be able to honour the discount, as they obviously do want your business but not at the expense of making a loss, so if they do stress this, make sure to also stress that you're willing to bring them a lot of repeat business if you're happy with there products.
#11
Lets be frank you can try this with any retailer and test the water...some will give in if you persist and tell them you will take your business elsewhere....even PCWORLD will throw in a printer or/ scanner and free software it's just most customers never ask/negotiate.
Is there not a £80 off code for Dell first time purchases on HUKD?...so I guess if that's accepted your negotiation ends there.

Thanks for the advice realfriendlyman but I guess at the end of the day you either have the skills to negotiate or you simply shy away from forcing a deal.
#12
Howdie
Thanks for this, it maybe worth giving the contact name/ extension number of the person you or your friend spoke to and an example of the deal you succeeded in getting, so that we know what to ask for.


Unfortunately i completed my deal for my laptop about 6 months ago and the guy i spoke to moved into a different department as the deal was going ahead, so he won't be able to help.

My friend just completed a deal last week though, i'll ask if he still has the salesmans details but you really should try calling yourself, as i think the salesman will be stressed out and won't be able to offer great deals if he's suddenly had an influx of hundreds of calls in one day and they're all looking to negotiate.

Just remember to tell them that you're time is valuable and you've seen a great price on the highstreet, so if they can't negotiate a deal you want, then you don't want to waste your time or there's speaking to them for no reason and then hang up and try again until you come across the right person, as there's 100's of people that's willing to negotiate in order to receive some form of commision, it's just unfortunate that some people want the maximum commission and don't care if they lose a sale because of it, so keep trying.
1 Like #13
currychops
Lets be frank you can try this with any retailer and test the water...some will give in if you persist and tell them you will take your business elsewhere....even PCWORLD will throw in a printer or/ scanner and free software it's just most customers never ask/negotiate.
Is there not a £80 off code for Dell first time purchases on HUKD?...so I guess if that's accepted your negotiation ends there.

Thanks for the advice realfriendlyman but I guess at the end of the day you either have the skills to negotiate or you simply shy away from forcing a deal.


Hi mate,

I updated the original post a little while ago to include the £80 voucher for first time business users and like you said, you can negotiate with most retailers if you try but it's just this can be very easily done with Dell and you don't really need to say much else other than the advise i've already provided and handling this over the phone, will seem a lot less daunting for a lot people.

Also bare in mind, that we're not talking about a free printer here, we're talking about a possibility of a few hundred pounds of accessories or £100's off the price, so they seem more flexible than most retailers, which is why i highlighted Dell above everyone else.
#14
Howdie
Rep given


Thanks for the rep and appreciation mate, here's some back as a thank you and i wish you good luck with your deal :thumbsup:
#15
Great thread realfriendlyman! Could have your Dell customer details as offered in your thread. Regards ADM
#16
Great advice - voted hot + rep!
#17
Just wanted to add that I heard similar advice a while back, just before ordering a laptop, and it worked for me. I was getting a XPS lappy, so quite pricey. Called em up, ended up getting 10% off the web price, and a free bluetooth upgrade. Well worth the haggling, and good advice here, always call up!

P.S. the xps laptop was well worth money and effort!
#18
Great tip.

However I have just tried to haggle on the price for the:

'Dell Dimension E520 Desktop, 20" Widescreen TFT, Vista, 2.13Ghz, 2gig, 250Gb, Pro Graphics Just £659'

Found by Mike T which is a cracking deal, but thought I would try a bit of haggling.

However, even with quoting the FIRSTBUY-0109 voucher, which the salesman had never heard of I was unable to get any money off the original price. Do you think there are some deals that it will be impossible to get any money off from Dell, or do I just try again.
#19
Beware of buying as a business user because you are then no longer protected by the consumer warranty. I'm not sure of the difference but if someone has the time, perhaps they could check and post an update?
#20
PoppaDom
Great tip.

However I have just tried to haggle on the price for the:

'Dell Dimension E520 Desktop, 20" Widescreen TFT, Vista, 2.13Ghz, 2gig, 250Gb, Pro Graphics Just £659'

Found by Mike T which is a cracking deal, but thought I would try a bit of haggling.

However, even with quoting the FIRSTBUY-0109 voucher, which the salesman had never heard of I was unable to get any money off the original price. Do you think there are some deals that it will be impossible to get any money off from Dell, or do I just try again.


Even though that is a really good deal, you can always negotiate, even if they say you can't, you know that's rubbish because even if you buy it through Quidco, you'll receive 5% cashback, so you know they have some flexibility.

Don't give up after the first go, keep calling until you come across a salesman that is willing to negotiate, as there is always people that would prefere to get less commission than a standard sale, rather than nothing at all.

Hope that helps :thumbsup:
#21
hello all

i brought a dell e520 end of last month

got 230 pounds taken of after 3 days of hard haggling..

it arrived one day late so i complained to customer care and they said they will send me speakers .. i explained to them saying i already have speaker and asked if i could have a memory card reader!

rang me back 2 days later to confirm shipment of it:p

when i opened the box i discovered it was an internal one! with no instructions on how to fit it?:w00t:

advice any1!

REP GIVEN TO OP
2 Likes #22
Hi all,

I have a bit of experience with this because it used to be talked about lots over on MSE. Basically there is a better way to do this than negotiating but it requires more of a leap of faith.

First of all let me explain the difference between buying as a consumer or as a business customer because it makes a big difference to the better technique. If you buy as a consumer rather than business you get a 14 day (this could be 7 days but I'll try and find out) cooling off period where you can get Dell to come and pick the pc/laptop up without any quibble. They even have to do this for free. If you buy as a business customer you can only send it back if it has a problem.

So now to the haggling. The best way to do this is to in fact find the best deal on the net and go through quidco and buy it. That way you get 5% off. What about haggling for a discount I hear you all say? Well this is where it's important to have bought your computer as a consumer rather than as a business customer. Once you receive the computer you leave it a few days and then call them back up. You tell them that you've used the computer but have since found a better deal elsewhere and are think about returning it. At this point they should begin offering you quite good offers on a lot of accessories or on partial refunds. There are two reasons why it is better doing it this way. One is because now that you've used the computer they are no longer allowed to sell it as brand new and will instantly lose at least 10% of the sale price by having to sell it on their outlet site. On top of that they have already spent money on delivering the item to you but will now also have to pay the courier to come and collect it. Yet more money they are losing.

So what almost all of the cs staff will do is try and bribe you into keeping the computer. Most people will get at least 10% off the price given back to you. But you can get even more in accessories.

What you are left with is the computer that you wanted minus the quidco 5% cashback plus a further cashback amount direct from Dell. If they don't offer you it then just say that you're definitely going to cancel but will do it later. Then call back again and try it on another cs agent.

Carl

Edit: I've just asked MSE about this just to confirm everything. It was last year the last time this was discussed but back then people did it quite often.
#23
good advice dude- I will try haggling again later!!!:thumbsup:
#24
What if you combine the OP haggling technique and then follow up with Carleast advice...?

Potentially, the best of both techniques - Dell will be in trouble :whistling:
#25
Great information, thanks!
#26
Well maybe Dell are reading all this and putting out instructions on how to deal with all these suggestions..LOL...if anyone can report success following this post could they please advise..cos the latest deals are out Thursday and some may want to chance their arm rather than ordering online....suppose at the end of the day you have nothing to lose and maybe a lot to gain.
#27
Great advice :)
#28
Gave Dell a ring today to do a bit of haggling. They got the price down to £600 from £800, but this is because they downgraded it quite a bit. So for what it worth I'm going with the one on the website. Still great information, and at least I'll get some money back (hopefully) from quidco (because I registered today).

Still, voted hot :)
#29
carleast
Hi all,

I have a bit of experience with this because it used to be talked about lots over on MSE. Basically there is a better way to do this than negotiating but it requires more of a leap of faith.

First of all let me explain the difference between buying as a consumer or as a business customer because it makes a big difference to the better technique. If you buy as a consumer rather than business you get a 14 day (this could be 7 days but I'll try and find out) cooling off period where you can get Dell to come and pick the pc/laptop up without any quibble. They even have to do this for free. If you buy as a business customer you can only send it back if it has a problem.

So now to the haggling. The best way to do this is to in fact find the best deal on the net and go through quidco and buy it. That way you get 5% off. What about haggling for a discount I hear you all say? Well this is where it's important to have bought your computer as a consumer rather than as a business customer. Once you receive the computer you leave it a few days and then call them back up. You tell them that you've used the computer but have since found a better deal elsewhere and are think about returning it. At this point they should begin offering you quite good offers on a lot of accessories or on partial refunds. There are two reasons why it is better doing it this way. One is because now that you've used the computer they are no longer allowed to sell it as brand new and will instantly lose at least 10% of the sale price by having to sell it on their outlet site. On top of that they have already spent money on delivering the item to you but will now also have to pay the courier to come and collect it. Yet more money they are losing.

So what almost all of the cs staff will do is try and bribe you into keeping the computer. Most people will get at least 10% off the price given back to you. But you can get even more in accessories.

What you are left with is the computer that you wanted minus the quidco 5% cashback plus a further cashback amount direct from Dell. If they don't offer you it then just say that you're definitely going to cancel but will do it later. Then call back again and try it on another cs agent.

Carl

Edit: I've just asked MSE about this just to confirm everything. It was last year the last time this was discussed but back then people did it quite often.


Some good advice there mate but i think if people negotiate the way i said and then use your method, it would be more beneficial but if people don't want to haggle, then your way would be better and easier.

If only you told me this a couple months ago, i would of been able to save a bit more money on my gf's sons PC.

Sounds advice though regarding the returns, do you think it would work well with my OP, if so, do you mind if i mix it into the OP and give you credit for the additional info and more people would benefit?
#30
Hey all thought I'd just let you guys all know I just called up dell and bought a home notebook from them with deductions. The guys in the call centre seem pretty eager I told them the spec I was looking for and initially knocked £50 off the price. I told them I would think about it and literally five minutes later they called me to offer a further £35 off. I'm a happy chappy. :-D
#31
3 calls today & could not get nothing knocked off a £296 system.

not even free delivery
#32
Read this thread this morning and found it insightful, previously tried haggling to no avail over the phone. Have now successfully placed an order over the phone and believe I have got a very good deal (at least £200 saved).

I was originally intending on buying the E520 (D02E06c) which is £549 on Dell website, spec as follows:

Components
Intel® Viiv™ technology - Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E4300 processor (1.80GHz, 800MHz, 2MB cache)
English Genuine Windows Vista™ Home Premium
Collect & Return, 1 Year Service only
Dell™ 19" Value Flat Panel (E197FP) - UK/Irish
2048MB Dual Channel DDR2 533MHz [2x1024] Memory
160GB (7200rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive with 8MB DataBurst™ cache
16X DVD+/-RW Drive
256MB nVidia® GeForce® 7300 Turbocache graphics card
Accessories
Integrated Audio with Dolby Digital 7.1 capability
No Speakers
Dell™ Black Entry Quietkey USB Keyboard - UK/Ire (QWERTY)
Dell 2 Button USB Wheel Mouse - Black
Internal 13-in-1 Media Card Reader
No Modem
Integrated Analogue TV tuner PCI card and Dell™ (MCE/Premium/Ultimate) remote control
Services & Software
No Security/Anti-Virus Protection
Microsoft® Works 8 - English
No digital photo sharing or editing software selected.
Also Includes
List D02E06c Dimension E520
E520 Documentation with UK Power Cord
Adobe Reader 7.0.8 - English
Dimension Order - UK
Collect & Return, 1 Year Service only
Dell Internet Order.
Memory - Upgrade to 2048MB
Dimension Resource DVD for Vista (Diagnostics & Drivers)

I actually ordered this system online last wednesday night (via extra quidco £20 saving as well which was tracked), however I later found my credit card company had declined the payment due to security reasons, therefore Dell had cancelled my order. Now glad they did. Only thing I did not like about above spec above was 160gb hard disk, I would have liked more.

However after 2nd call to Dell today, told the assistant I had a quote from PC World for a system (and read him out a spec higher than the system I had previously ordered and that it was £565). The assistant says if I can get you that comp for £530 would you buy today? So off he went looking through his systems and after discussions and me haggling with him the offer was a E520 system for £555,

However it included
- a higher speed processor (dual core E6300 1.86ghz)
- 320GB Hard Disk
- 15mth McAfee

I also opted for the warranty on top of the £555 as he offered me 3 years for the price of 2 (£30 per year) and also haggled speakers with subwoofer worth £24). So all in £649. Comparing the £555 price to anything on offer from PC World etc and it would have set me back about £800 at least!
#33
st3v3n
Read this thread this morning and found it insightful, previously tried haggling to no avail over the phone. Have now successfully placed an order over the phone and believe I have got a very good deal (at least £200 saved).

I was originally intending on buying the E520 (D02E06c) which is £549 on Dell website, spec as follows:

Components
Intel® Viiv™ technology - Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E4300 processor (1.80GHz, 800MHz, 2MB cache)
English Genuine Windows Vista™ Home Premium
Collect & Return, 1 Year Service only
Dell™ 19" Value Flat Panel (E197FP) - UK/Irish
2048MB Dual Channel DDR2 533MHz [2x1024] Memory
160GB (7200rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive with 8MB DataBurst™ cache
16X DVD+/-RW Drive
256MB nVidia® GeForce® 7300 Turbocache graphics card
Accessories
Integrated Audio with Dolby Digital 7.1 capability
No Speakers
Dell™ Black Entry Quietkey USB Keyboard - UK/Ire (QWERTY)
Dell 2 Button USB Wheel Mouse - Black
Internal 13-in-1 Media Card Reader
No Modem
Integrated Analogue TV tuner PCI card and Dell™ (MCE/Premium/Ultimate) remote control
Services & Software
No Security/Anti-Virus Protection
Microsoft® Works 8 - English
No digital photo sharing or editing software selected.
Also Includes
List D02E06c Dimension E520
E520 Documentation with UK Power Cord
Adobe Reader 7.0.8 - English
Dimension Order - UK
Collect & Return, 1 Year Service only
Dell Internet Order.
Memory - Upgrade to 2048MB
Dimension Resource DVD for Vista (Diagnostics & Drivers)

I actually ordered this system online last wednesday night (via extra quidco £20 saving as well which was tracked), however I later found my credit card company had declined the payment due to security reasons, therefore Dell had cancelled my order. Now glad they did. Only thing I did not like about above spec above was 160gb hard disk, I would have liked more.

However after 2nd call to Dell today, told the assistant I had a quote from PC World for a system (and read him out a spec higher than the system I had previously ordered and that it was £565). The assistant says if I can get you that comp for £530 would you buy today? So off he went looking through his systems and after discussions and me haggling with him the offer was a E520 system for £555,

However it included
- a higher speed processor (dual core E6300 1.86ghz)
- 320GB Hard Disk
- 15mth McAfee

I also opted for the warranty on top of the £555 as he offered me 3 years for the price of 2 (£30 per year) and also haggled speakers with subwoofer worth £24). So all in £649. Comparing the £555 price to anything on offer from PC World etc and it would have set me back about £800 at least!


I don't know if it's just me but i think this person tried to be cheaky and downgraded your processor from a duo to a core processor, make sure and then call them back.

I hope the info helped and you get the deal you want.
#34
realfriendlyman
I don't know if it's just me but i think this person tried to be cheaky and downgraded your processor from a duo to a core processor, make sure and then call them back.

I hope the info helped and you get the deal you want.


Just double checked its definitely a duo processor! Have got a quote and order acknowledgement of it, although it is in a Word document and wont let me copy and paste it, thats why i typed in what the upgrades were.

But thanks for being alert that I could have been duped!
#35
st3v3n
Just double checked its definitely a duo processor! Have got a quote and order acknowledgement of it, although it is in a Word document and wont let me copy and paste it, thats why i typed in what the upgrades were.

But thanks for being alert that I could have been duped!


No worries mate, as some of them will try and be cheeky, when i was trying to organise my gf's sons PC, the guy was trying to tell me the processor i was ordering before wasn't a duo processor but i told him it was but he was so convinced it was, the idiot was trying to advise me to buy a worse PC for the same money.
#36
Another thing that works well with Dell is making use of good deals others have received. I bought an XPS laptop shortly after the most recent generation was released last year. Plenty of people were getting good deals and then sharing their quote references for others to use as a starting point.
I phoned up a guy in sales, basically said "you gave my friend this quote, I'm looking for something similar". Result was me paying £1,500 for a spec that would have cost £2,200 through the dell web site (although a fair chunk of the saving was getting the somewhat overpriced 3 year on site warranty thrown in for free).
Barney
#37
Cheers for this thread - It just saved me some more cash.

Had an expensive ( c. £1500) Dell delivered last monday - (Viiv Dual Core E6400, 2GB, 320GB, 24" TFT, Vista Home Premium, Office 2007 Basic, Game Bundle, Logitech Wireless Keyboard/Mouse, Dell 5.1 speakers, Nvidia 7900, 36month McAfee, Belkin 8-Socket, TV Tuner(combi Analogue + Digital), Multi card 13-1).

One quick phone call later and I've been re-credited £150 - and I didn't even have to push that hard (Fingers crossed the £64 quidco will work and I'll be laughing)
#38
Thanks for a great post - I am looking to order a dell today or over the next couple of days

I got off the phone about half an hour ago - best I could do was get them to move on the price from £1016.36 to £965.00 - this gives me a slightly better deal that online with quidco.

there were offers of pay the same price and free extra's but I kept pushing for discounts.

This call went through to India (not sure if they all go there) the lady I spoke to was excellent.

She has taken my details and e-mailed the quote through which is valid for 1 day - She said she was due to finish in about 1 and a half hours so I will wait to see if my mobile rings and the recomendations of waiting for a better offer come along.

The PC I was looking at is the D9200 with some extra options and the widescreen monitor (20 inch ultra sharp).

I will keep you posted on any developments

Once again thanks for this post right at the right time for me - voted hot and rep left as well!:thumbsup:
#39
Stan
Thanks for a great post - I am looking to order a dell today or over the next couple of days

I got off the phone about half an hour ago - best I could do was get them to move on the price from £1016.36 to £965.00 - this gives me a slightly better deal that online with quidco.

there were offers of pay the same price and free extra's but I kept pushing for discounts.

This call went through to India (not sure if they all go there) the lady I spoke to was excellent.

She has taken my details and e-mailed the quote through which is valid for 1 day - She said she was due to finish in about 1 and a half hours so I will wait to see if my mobile rings and the recomendations of waiting for a better offer come along.

The PC I was looking at is the D9200 with some extra options and the widescreen monitor (20 inch ultra sharp).

I will keep you posted on any developments

Once again thanks for this post right at the right time for me - voted hot and rep left as well!:thumbsup:



so you didn't ask about the £80 off for first time buyers code??
#40
Ive beent trying all day. The first time buyers code is only avail to new business customers..

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