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#1
£50!? Is that all Dell can afford - £50? That is not even 10%.

I saw over the July 4th holiday in the US that they were offering 30% off! Yep, 30% off and all us Brits get is a rubbish £50! You get more than that when John Lewis discounts their laptops and that is saying something IMPO.

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#2
Well it will clearly be useful to someone. Have some heat to redress the balance.
#3
Thank you! £50 off is much better than a poke in the eye.
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tawse57
£50!? Is that all Dell can afford - £50? That is not even 10%.

I saw over the July 4th holiday in the US that they were offering 30% off! Yep, 30% off and all us Brits get is a rubbish £50! You get more than that when John Lewis discounts their laptops and that is saying something IMPO.

Voted cold!

I think your missing the point here, the inspiron is £629.99

so 10% is another £10.00 so £50.00 isnt bad.
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haritori


I think your missing the point here, the inspiron is £629.99

so 10% is another £10.00 so £50.00 isnt bad.


My point being that if Dell can offer 30% off in the US then they can do the same in the UK - or does Dell just see the UK as 'treasure island' where it can offer mug Brits not as good deals?
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tawse57
haritori


I think your missing the point here, the inspiron is £629.99

so 10% is another £10.00 so £50.00 isnt bad.


My point being that if Dell can offer 30% off in the US then they can do the same in the UK - or does Dell just see the UK as 'treasure island' where it can offer mug Brits not as good deals?

that 30% was a holiday special, just like they do over here too, currently dell US is offering 10%

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