Dell XPS 13 (9360) Ultrabook 7th Gen Kaby Lake various models from £879.12 (£820.5 after poss 8% TCB) ends 28 NOV @ Dell
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Dell XPS 13 (9360) Ultrabook 7th Gen Kaby Lake various models from £879.12 (£820.5 after poss 8% TCB) ends 28 NOV @ Dell

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Found 26th Nov 2016
BLACK FRIDAY - Act now and save 12% off all systems. Enter code SAVE12 at checkout. Offer ends 28 Nov.

There is currently a 12% off coupon code which expires 28 NOV, if you also go through Topcashback there is 8% cash back but may change any time. I was looking at Quidco this morning it was 10% but now dropped to 7%).

TCB makes this deal even better and possibly the lowest yet for a brand new 2016 XPS 13 Ultrabook just released a few months ago?

Various models listed in below image, plus various cost after 12% coupon and after 8% TCB. Cashback is not paid on VAT which is how I got the figures. Please feel free to chime in if there is anything wrong.

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Link isn't working for me, thanks

Question is whether dell honours the cashbook after their 12%

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incredibl

Question is whether dell honours the cashbook after their 12%



Cashback is from Topcashback, and they have also listed the same 12% discount code on their site. As far as I can see, you will get BOTH instant discount from Dell and cashback from TCB.

TCB link: topcashback.co.uk/dell/

read the cashback reviews guys... looks like people are not receiving cashback

Ordered, let's see what happens

Today's Cyber Monday deals offers a few more discounts, but sadly only one for XPS13. dell.com/uk/…/pd The 256GB model is reduced by flat £250 in lieu of the 12%. This makes it £849 instead of £967.12 in your table. However the cheaper model which is only differentiated by the size of the storage is £879.12.

This does make the cheapest option slightly cheaper on the surface, but between the meagre £30 saving and the probable loss of TCB (if it could even be gained on the first code) it's underwhelming for me to say the least...

Edit: p.s. the 128GB model comes with "128GB Solid State Drive" as opposed to the other models' "256GB PCIe Solid State Drive". Can't say for certain but perhaps a further difference is that the cheapest model uses SATA versus all the other models (including the cyber monday discounted one) using the faster PCIe (NVMe)

Edit again: I'm torn, I want it after all I've read but for £637 (£200 or 25% less) we can get pretty much the exact same specs in an HP Envy 13. http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=Y3V78EA&opt=ABU&sel=NTB
Also, it has a built in HDMI out, which I know I'll use a lot and am hunting options £30+ for USB Type-C adapters. Neither model has an ethernet port.
Edited by: "PrinceRules64" 28th Nov 2016
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