Dell Outlet 15% discount - Alienware, XPS & Inspiron 15
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Dell Outlet 15% discount - Alienware, XPS & Inspiron 15

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Found 24th May 2017
Was after a promotion code for Dell Outlet and managed to find one from their own website.

15% off all Alienware PC's - AllAlienware
15% off all XPS - DOXPS24
15% off the Inspiron 15 - 55673 - Inspired5567188

** Discount code in bold, can't format this text.

Just bought myself a XP15, hope this will help someone.

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    link?
    Link doesn't go anywhere....
    dell.com/lea…als?c=uk&l=en&s=dfh&~ck=mn

    or failing the pathetic linking try the outlet under coupons

    Edited by: "twinkle" 24th May 2017
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    twinkle

    http://www.dell.com/learn/uk/en/ukdfh1/campaigns/shop-outlet-deals?c=uk&l=en&s=dfh&~ck=mnor failing the pathetic linking try the outlet under coupons



    Thanks twinkle.

    Apologies, I just copied and pasted the link thinking it would work.

    The actual discount code is in the main topic, not very clear, will format it a bit better.
    for those who cant hack urls in links
    dell.com/lea…als
    Crack deal. 15.6" full hd @ 120hz, GTX 1070, i7, 32GB RAM, 256 PCIe SSD & 1TB HDD for under £1,500 (with code) delivered. STUNNING.
    Hmmm, edit not working *cracking deal*
    Wow they really screw you with the non-VAT prices don't they
    any of the desktops a good deal?
    Alienware has previously gone over 300 degrees hot but offer has nearly run out. Settled on a 15" 1050 model for £870 which seems a good price when 13" are over a grand. Went Alienware as their thermals are great on their new laptops.

    XPS are such a great bargain though for anyone looking for the best all rounder available.

    Nice to see Dell has gone back to top quality over all else.
    10% student discount available also, although I doubt it will work in conjunction with this code
    What a rip off, 5 months ago you could have picked up a brand new xps 13 9360 for £849, now they want £880 for a second hand one?? You got to be kidding, and no Brexit has nothing to do with this

    hotukdeals.com/dea…166
    Edited by: "hotukdealls" 24th May 2017
    I wish they showed their prices inclusive of VAT, very frustrating.
    toaster

    I wish they showed their prices inclusive of VAT, very frustrating.


    Sounds like you need a calculator.
    Don't get an xps 13 9360. Been there done that too many quality control problems.
    bytemaster

    Sounds like you need a calculator.


    I do, wish I didn't.
    Tesco_horse_meat

    What a rip off, 5 months ago you could have picked up a brand new xps 13 … What a rip off, 5 months ago you could have picked up a brand new xps 13 9360 for £849, now they want £880 for a second hand one?? You got to be kidding, and no Brexit has nothing to do with thishttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-xps-13-9360-250-off-7th-gen-i5-256gb-ssd-8gb-ram-849-dell-2561166



    It's £775 not £880.

    CoeK

    It's £775 not £880.



    Where did you get £775 from? Have you included VAT?
    Have a look at the picture below

    http://i.imgur.com/EZ7h6Y4.png
    CoeK

    It's £775 not £880.



    It's £872 not £775
    Tesco_horse_meat

    Where did you get £775 from? Have you included VAT?Have a look at the … Where did you get £775 from? Have you included VAT?Have a look at the picture below



    no I used the amount before vat, it is 790.00 with vat added and the 15% taken off.

    The model you used above isn't the same as the model you linked to.
    There was only 1 in stock of the lower res screen at £775 and it is now gone. Probably be another one on later.
    CoeK

    no I used the amount before vat, it is 790.00 with vat added and the 15% … no I used the amount before vat, it is 790.00 with vat added and the 15% taken off.The model you used above isn't the same as the model you linked to.There was only 1 in stock of the lower res screen at £775 and it is now gone. Probably be another one on later.



    my mistake, didn't see the res, thought it was standard 1080p
    Edited by: "hotukdealls" 25th May 2017
    All things considered, there's some crazy good deals on there. A decent setup with a 1060 for £1k... not a bad price considering the next cheapest around is generally around £1200. The alienware laptops aren't worth retail price but they generally ARE better built/nicer keyboard than a few others and most have the option of the graphics amp port for adding a bigger desktop card when it's at home on the desk...

    can't really grumble.
    Really good. I was pricing up building my own PC recently and just noticed an Aurora R5 appear with a GTX 1080 for under £900. It's missing an SSD which I'll probably buy separately and I'll probably want to buy some more RAM eventually but considering I'd be paying almost £500 for the same memory card by itself it feel like a great deal to me.

    Considering my current memory card is a laptop GTX 675M that's quite an upgrade.
    They seem to have quite bad reviews on Trustpilot
    Does anyone have experience with returns? So if the laptop would be faulty, I will have no hassle...
    Edited by: "stvoritel" 25th May 2017
    stvoritel

    They seem to have quite bad reviews on Trustpilot Does anyone have … They seem to have quite bad reviews on Trustpilot Does anyone have experience with returns? So if the laptop would be faulty, I will have no hassle...


    I recently returned an refurbished Inspiron desktop that was not at all the spec advertised, email response was very slow, 2 days to reply, but once sorted they sent a courier to collect and refunded without incident.
    Thowky

    Really good. I was pricing up building my own PC recently and just … Really good. I was pricing up building my own PC recently and just noticed an Aurora R5 appear with a GTX 1080 for under £900. It's missing an SSD which I'll probably buy separately and I'll probably want to buy some more RAM eventually but considering I'd be paying almost £500 for the same memory card by itself it feel like a great deal to me. Considering my current memory card is a laptop GTX 675M that's quite an upgrade.



    The Aurora was probably one of the worse deals. There are XPS 8910 there with GTX1080, 256gb ssd, i7 and 16gb ram for a grand. The Aurora had a an i5 6400, which is a little unbalanced, given the GPU.
    Marekj

    The Aurora was probably one of the worse deals. There are XPS 8910 there … The Aurora was probably one of the worse deals. There are XPS 8910 there with GTX1080, 256gb ssd, i7 and 16gb ram for a grand. The Aurora had a an i5 6400, which is a little unbalanced, given the GPU.



    Yeah, I was between the two and on paper the XPS did seem a better deal. It's a £370 price difference though for the ones on the outlet currently and does have a few (very minor) downsides that makes it slightly less upgradable going forward. It does seem an amazing deal though, the parts would cost you more by themselves.

    From the reading I did the processor shouldn't be an issue for the moment. The SSD is the only thing I want right now so I'm happy spending a bit less now and using that money later when I do want to upgrade something later.
    Thowky

    Yeah, I was between the two and on paper the XPS did seem a better deal. … Yeah, I was between the two and on paper the XPS did seem a better deal. It's a £370 price difference though for the ones on the outlet currently and does have a few (very minor) downsides that makes it slightly less upgradable going forward. It does seem an amazing deal though, the parts would cost you more by themselves.From the reading I did the processor shouldn't be an issue for the moment. The SSD is the only thing I want right now so I'm happy spending a bit less now and using that money later when I do want to upgrade something later.



    Yep. The very best have gone, but they restock daily at around 3pm.
    Marekj

    Yep. The very best have gone, but they restock daily at around 3pm.



    I keep forgetting the prices on the site are pre-VAT... The XPS 8910 does look like a great deal though, £1400 odd w/ VAT for the i7 spec...

    Edit: just refreshed the page and its gone!
    Edited by: "messiahcomplex8" 26th May 2017
    messiahcomplex8

    I keep forgetting the prices on the site are pre-VAT... The XPS 8910 … I keep forgetting the prices on the site are pre-VAT... The XPS 8910 does look like a great deal though, £1400 odd w/ VAT for the i7 spec...Edit: just refreshed the page and its gone!



    Was that with the voucher? Prices I were seeing were lower even for new with pretty much top specs.

    That's why I ordered the Aurora when I did though. I was happy with the price and I know I'd end up spending hours researching other deals and refreshing the new stock every day if I didn't buy now.
    messiahcomplex8

    I keep forgetting the prices on the site are pre-VAT... The XPS 8910 … I keep forgetting the prices on the site are pre-VAT... The XPS 8910 does look like a great deal though, £1400 odd w/ VAT for the i7 spec...Edit: just refreshed the page and its gone!



    Did you use the voucher? Should have been around £1200.
    Marekj

    Did you use the voucher? Should have been around £1200.



    I did, but I added the £210 extra 2 years of warranty on top (3 total)
    have they ever done 20% offer on outlet deals? I'm looking to get the xps 15 9560 but hearing so many horror stories on quality control
    Hi the 15% code dont work on Alienware neither dose the XPS code, on desktops unfortunately even though it says 15% off All XPS's May 31st

    Edited by: "rog" 28th May 2017
    any other codes for alienware?
    @rog I used the code for XPS a couple of days ago and it worked no problem. £1100 for a pretty much maxed out xps 15 (but with the FHD screen), seems like a good deal! Hopefully the QC won't turn out to be a problem..
    I received my "scratch and dent" alienware laptop yesterday. Can't see a mark on it. It's what I would expect to get if it was brand new!
    I tried to call dell Customer service Number today (top left hand side of their site) and got the Automated run around and had to select the "Ive made a purchases inquiry" Option then ask them to put me though to a sales rep finally (didn't get his name), i was asking about Aurora R5 And R6 and XPS (well trying too) but the crap attitude from the sales rep made me think twice on the whole thing i said that it was my understanding (which could be wrong) one machine Aurora R6 with a Core i5-7400, "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with 6GB GDDR5" had a better graphics card than a Aurora R6 Core I7600, "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti with 4GB GDDR5" Graphics card and why this was? but he kept referring to the processor and saying the graphics card had nothing to do with the price etc which automatically raised concerns (I'm a little tech savvy) and i know well fine graphics card has got plenty to do with things if I'm gonna pay £1000+ on a machine i want to know the specs of parts am paying for and all possible upgrade options as an extra £50 or £100 upgrade can make a huge different to everything long term. he eventually said the Aurora R6's Core I5 graphics card was better than the core I7 machine (i don't how much difference he said not much though) and he didn't know why this was, then a little bit later he said he was to do with over all cost, a high processor with a lower graphics card was a cost thing which made no sense to both of us and this was a "Dell" thing. why pay £1000+ for a machine with a lesser graphics card (which you would probably have to upgrade) i found out you can upgrade a Core i7-6700 (locked) to a Core i7-6700K Processor (Unlocked for Overclocking for £80) i was also asking about the discount codes and when i did they guy's attitude went from bad to worse and he more or less made out I was making it up there's no 15% off code and to go buy it online, at which point i had to cut the call answer my door and speak to someone. that sales rep made me think twice on the whole thing, Ive got no doubts about buying a machine, but doubt it will soon, and doubt be from Dell
    Edited by: "rog" 31st May 2017
    The computers in the outlet are returned machines so it depends how the person configured them. It sounds like someone probably built a machine with the wrong graphics card and once they realised their mistake (after reading it) sent it back for a refund.

    You sometimes get some weird configurations on the outlet for this type of reason and these are the ones that tend to stick around as the pricing just doesn't seem as attractive for what you are getting.
    mano8

    any other codes for alienware?



    Sadly all expired now.They never last long.
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