£150 off £150 Dell if you have Amex Business card
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£150 off £150 Dell if you have Amex Business card

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Expires on 27/08/2020Posted 28th May
Spend £150 or more and get £150 back, one time, towards your purchases with Dell Technologies. Terms apply.1

VALID: 28 MAY – 27 AUGUST 2020

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So if I buy monitor for £155 would I get the £150 back?
There isn't anything on my Platinum Card.
Spend £750 and get £100 for me.
scottishpunter28/05/2020 17:42

Spend £750 and get £100 for me.


Same here, with BA Amex.
Edited by: "umirza85" 28th May
umirza8528/05/2020 17:44

Same here, with BA Amex.


Same, not on gold rewards card. Definitley sounds wrong if it's spend 150 get 150 back
adam_rockon28/05/2020 17:47

Same, not on gold rewards card. Definitley sounds wrong if it's spend 150 …Same, not on gold rewards card. Definitley sounds wrong if it's spend 150 get 150 back


Agreed....jump in asap while you can. Might even be worth signing up for the appropriate card just for this deal. @mm66 which card do you have?
More value from Dell in 2020 for your American Express® Business Platinum Card
Get a £150 statement credit when you spend from £150 or more on your American Express® Business Platinum Card from May 28 through August 27, 2020 on new purchases.
umirza8528/05/2020 17:48

Agreed....jump in asap while you can. Might even be worth signing up for …Agreed....jump in asap while you can. Might even be worth signing up for the appropriate card just for this deal. @mm66 which card do you have?


AMEX BUSINESS PLATINUM
umirza8528/05/2020 17:48

Agreed....jump in asap while you can. Might even be worth signing up for …Agreed....jump in asap while you can. Might even be worth signing up for the appropriate card just for this deal. @mm66 which card do you have?


There's a £595 annual fee, and even then you don't get rewards for 2 months, at least on the consumer cards
computerguy23428/05/2020 18:10

There's a £595 annual fee, and even then you don't get rewards for 2 …There's a £595 annual fee, and even then you don't get rewards for 2 months, at least on the consumer cards


Existing members are getting a £250 statement credit so it's £575_£250 plus all the benefits. I saved over £300 on things I would have bought anyways. This card with brilliant customer service is well worth it
mm6628/05/2020 18:24

Existing members are getting a £250 statement credit so it's £575_£250 pl …Existing members are getting a £250 statement credit so it's £575_£250 plus all the benefits. I saved over £300 on things I would have bought anyways. This card with brilliant customer service is well worth it


Just the travel insurance is worth it.
computerguy23428/05/2020 18:10

There's a £595 annual fee, and even then you don't get rewards for 2 …There's a £595 annual fee, and even then you don't get rewards for 2 months, at least on the consumer cards


40902671-9zSQG.jpgI agree. If you don't already have one it won't be worth the £150 saving if you don't need it.
Thanks I do have this offer and can’t see anything in the terms that would contradict the “buy something for £155 and get £150 back” idea.
mm6628/05/2020 18:24

Existing members are getting a £250 statement credit so it's £575_£250 pl …Existing members are getting a £250 statement credit so it's £575_£250 plus all the benefits. I saved over £300 on things I would have bought anyways. This card with brilliant customer service is well worth it


AMEX also do prorated refunds...so you'd get the bulk of that back I believe if cancelling part way through the year.
any one who uses american express deserves a poor quality over priced computer from Dell...
shanew00128/05/2020 19:45

any one who uses american express deserves a poor quality over priced …any one who uses american express deserves a poor quality over priced computer from Dell...


Why?
American express rip off the retailers, costs considerably more to process for the retailers. and Dell computers are yesterdays technology at tomorrow's prices...
shanew00128/05/2020 23:47

American express rip off the retailers, costs considerably more to process …American express rip off the retailers, costs considerably more to process for the retailers. and Dell computers are yesterdays technology at tomorrow's prices...


Then don't accept AMEX? What's wrong with Dell computers?


I might pull the plug on an ultrasharp monitor considering everything else is GAMERZ RGB crap
shanew00128/05/2020 23:47

American express rip off the retailers, costs considerably more to process …American express rip off the retailers, costs considerably more to process for the retailers. and Dell computers are yesterdays technology at tomorrow's prices...


Never understood this, you get an izettle, you can accept amex at the same rate as any other card. Are retailers just signing up to bad deals for card machine leases with old school card machine providers?
royaltee29/05/2020 15:09

Never understood this, you get an izettle, you can accept amex at the same …Never understood this, you get an izettle, you can accept amex at the same rate as any other card. Are retailers just signing up to bad deals for card machine leases with old school card machine providers?


This used to be the case with payment service providers. They used to charge more for Amex. New services don't.
shanew00128/05/2020 23:47

American express rip off the retailers, costs considerably more to process …American express rip off the retailers, costs considerably more to process for the retailers. and Dell computers are yesterdays technology at tomorrow's prices...


You're overlooking the fact that retailers can choose to accept Amex or not.

Two retailers, same product, same price. One accepts Amex, the other doesn't.

Who's gonna lose out? The one who makes the sale and loses a couple extra pence/pounds to card fees, or the one who doesn't get the sale?
Has anyone found anything useful on Dell site?
mm6630/05/2020 21:59

Has anyone found anything useful on Dell site?

I just bought a G5 SE (AMD) laptop with my £100 off £750 spend. There's also an 8% off code (DAILYMAIL8) or you can buy a 10% off unidays code on eBay for £1

If you just want something for ~£150 no idea. I guess you could just sell what you buy on eBay for a profit if you don't actually want anything (see what monitors, the cheapest laptops, etc. go for).
Edited by: "computerguy234" 31st May
*Amex Platinum Business*

Spent £200 and got notification that the "spend £150 and get £150 back" offer AND the "get 10% cashback up to £1000" offers had been redeemed.
ColourMeUnimpressed01/06/2020 05:50

*Amex Platinum Business*Spent £200 and got notification that the "spend …*Amex Platinum Business*Spent £200 and got notification that the "spend £150 and get £150 back" offer AND the "get 10% cashback up to £1000" offers had been redeemed.


Cool. Stacking offers make this even better. Did you spend on Dell Business site?
mm6601/06/2020 10:32

Cool. Stacking offers make this even better. Did you spend on Dell … Cool. Stacking offers make this even better. Did you spend on Dell Business site?


Purchased a monitor from the consumer site so I wasn't expecting it to stack! Pleasant surprise when the email came through. Worth a try if you're buying something anyway.
Could any anyone tell me if this offer works for American Express® Basic Business Card? If so I will apply for one (not sure how long it takes for them to approve and dispatch the card). Also do I need to place the order as a business or personal on Dell, if it matters at all? Thanks
mindfree99705/06/2020 11:44

Could any anyone tell me if this offer works for American Express® Basic …Could any anyone tell me if this offer works for American Express® Basic Business Card? If so I will apply for one (not sure how long it takes for them to approve and dispatch the card). Also do I need to place the order as a business or personal on Dell, if it matters at all? Thanks


Seems only on the platinum version
Did this and amex gave me 10% off instead. Had both offers on my card I guess they can chose which to apply?
superdoper08/06/2020 22:02

Did this and amex gave me 10% off instead. Had both offers on my card I …Did this and amex gave me 10% off instead. Had both offers on my card I guess they can chose which to apply?


Which card do you hold? I purchased a monitor from Dell consumer site and got both the £150 and 10% offers credited to my statement within 5 days.
Hi just be careful that the £150 spend is not cumulative and has to be one purchase. Also items from business site are not refundable.
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