Spend £750 at Dell and get £100 back @ American Express
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Spend £750 at Dell and get £100 back @ American Express

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Expires on 01/09/2020Posted 10th Mar
Offer showing on a Platinum Amex, although states available to 100,000 card members. Spend £750 at Dell and get £100 back, will stack with any existing offers e.g. 14% off laptops and desktops with code SAVE14. I believe it works on Dell outlet as well. Save the offer to you're card and you have until 1st September to use it.

Link to existing Dell deals

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Offer Terms

  • Offer valid until 01 September 2020.
  • Only one £100 statement credit per UK Card.
  • Offer only available to the first 100000 Cardmembers who save the offer to their Card.
  • This promotion is intended for UK Cardmembers only.
  • Offer only available online at dell.com/en-…als.
  • Offer is only intended for the targeted recipient of this offer.
  • Offer only valid on orders delivered to the UK.
  • Offer only applies to spend made in Great British Pound (GBP) on the Card to
    which the offer is saved, including an American Express Card loaded into a mobile payment wallet.
  • Spend must be billed to your card by 01 September 2020 to be eligible for this offer. If Dell does not charge your Card during this period, e.g. because of a delay in dispatching your goods, you may not be eligible for the offer.
  • Offer does not apply to spend on other Cards you might hold and is not valid
    for transactions made using third party Payment Aggregators.
  • An awarded credit may be reversed if qualifying transaction is refunded or cancelled.
  • Credit should appear on your billing statement within 5 days from qualifying
    spend but may take up to 90 days from 01 September 2020.
  • An awarded credit may be reversed if a qualifying transaction is refunded
    or cancelled. Any misuse, as reasonably determined by us, relating to your redemption of Amex Offers may result in an awarded credit being reversed, and ineligibility from future Amex Offers and other promotions. This reversal may take place up to a maximum of 180 days after the offer campaign end date. Please note that if an awarded credit is reversed after you have paid your bill you may be returned to a negative balance
  • For full Offer Terms and more details about statement credits click here. By saving the offer to your Card, you agree to the Offer Terms.



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Not sure I’d buy from Dell even if they offered 50%. They’ve fallen behind other brands
dranand10/03/2020 04:42

Used to be 400 spend get 100 back




Last years promo was £75 back on £400 spend. I don't recall a £100 back on £400 spend. Anyway hopefully some find it useful

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Used to be 400 spend get 100 back
dranand10/03/2020 04:42

Used to be 400 spend get 100 back




Last years promo was £75 back on £400 spend. I don't recall a £100 back on £400 spend. Anyway hopefully some find it useful

hotukdeals.com/dea…091
Not sure I’d buy from Dell even if they offered 50%. They’ve fallen behind other brands
Anyone know when the Dell sale ends...
Would be great if it was for the outlet site!
Still a good deal. Heat!
1985ak4710/03/2020 06:07

Not sure I’d buy from Dell even if they offered 50%. They’ve fallen beh …Not sure I’d buy from Dell even if they offered 50%. They’ve fallen behind other brands


Ýyyyyy
Dell UltraSharp 38 Curved Monitor: U3818DW for £829 with this discount, sounds like a good deal..

dell.com/en-…ies
Edited by: "khpa" 10th Mar
khpa10/03/2020 09:34

Dell UltraSharp 38 Curved Monitor: U3818DW for £829 with this discount, …Dell UltraSharp 38 Curved Monitor: U3818DW for £829 with this discount, sounds like a good deal..https://www.dell.com/en-uk/work/shop/dell-ultrasharp-38-curved-monitor-u3818dw/apd/210-amqh/monitors-monitor-accessories


+20% VAT making it £1015 with/£1115 excl. discount.
Haven't spent 750 bones at Dell since 2002.
l5xeus10/03/2020 09:43

+20% VAT making it £1015 with/£1115 excl. discount.


u're right, didn't notice VAT... omg.. that's crazy expensive
Looking to purchase XPS 13 - any new models released in 2020?

As this offer is valid until 1st Sept 2020, the cynic in me suggests new models will be released after Sept time.
Good deal if your already looking at a Dell PC. I have the Amex and was looking for a laptop recently but decided to settle for a decent spec notebook which is actually working out better for me.
ScoobyDoobyDoo10/03/2020 10:56

Looking to purchase XPS 13 - any new models released in 2020?As this offer …Looking to purchase XPS 13 - any new models released in 2020?As this offer is valid until 1st Sept 2020, the cynic in me suggests new models will be released after Sept time.


New models are released every year so why is it worth considering when it's half a year away? Any model with 10 in the processor name will be new, like i5-10 etc.
ScoobyDoobyDoo10/03/2020 10:56

Looking to purchase XPS 13 - any new models released in 2020?As this offer …Looking to purchase XPS 13 - any new models released in 2020?As this offer is valid until 1st Sept 2020, the cynic in me suggests new models will be released after Sept time.


They've just released the new XPS 13 and the XPS13 2 in 1 was released not long ago either.
I’ve been toying with the idea of a new 2020 spec XPS 13 for a while now. 16GB RAM with an i7 10th gen processor and a 4K screen. I feel that’ll be fairly future proof (it’ll have to be at that price!). All the reviews I’m reading online are very positive and with this offer, I feel the time is nearing to push the button! I’m susceptible to pontificating and indecision these days, particularly when large amounts of money is at stake, regardless of need. Any reason why this spec and buying from Dell is not as rosey as it seems?
spinach_pie10/03/2020 12:07

They've just released the new XPS 13 and the XPS13 2 in 1 was released not …They've just released the new XPS 13 and the XPS13 2 in 1 was released not long ago either.


Their leaked roadmap from last year showed XPS15 this/next month and XPS17 June/July, so doubtful they're pulling a fast one...

Have to say the new 13 is looking mighty tempting. Love the screen!
RicoP10/03/2020 13:13

I’ve been toying with the idea of a new 2020 spec XPS 13 for a while now. 1 …I’ve been toying with the idea of a new 2020 spec XPS 13 for a while now. 16GB RAM with an i7 10th gen processor and a 4K screen. I feel that’ll be fairly future proof (it’ll have to be at that price!). All the reviews I’m reading online are very positive and with this offer, I feel the time is nearing to push the button! I’m susceptible to pontificating and indecision these days, particularly when large amounts of money is at stake, regardless of need. Any reason why this spec and buying from Dell is not as rosey as it seems?


4k is a ridiculous res for a screen that size, on any 1080p ones I've used I still leave scaling turned up a notch, but with 4k it'd need to be at 200% to be usable. Plus it sucks battery much quicker than the 1080p model.
RicoP10/03/2020 13:13

I’ve been toying with the idea of a new 2020 spec XPS 13 for a while now. 1 …I’ve been toying with the idea of a new 2020 spec XPS 13 for a while now. 16GB RAM with an i7 10th gen processor and a 4K screen. I feel that’ll be fairly future proof (it’ll have to be at that price!). All the reviews I’m reading online are very positive and with this offer, I feel the time is nearing to push the button! I’m susceptible to pontificating and indecision these days, particularly when large amounts of money is at stake, regardless of need. Any reason why this spec and buying from Dell is not as rosey as it seems?


Solid machine, you'll be very happy. Dell make great laptops.
dfunked10/03/2020 13:37

4k is a ridiculous res for a screen that size, on any 1080p ones I've used …4k is a ridiculous res for a screen that size, on any 1080p ones I've used I still leave scaling turned up a notch, but with 4k it'd need to be at 200% to be usable. Plus it sucks battery much quicker than the 1080p model.


If you've got the money, why not? You definitely can notice the difference at that size.
dfunked10/03/2020 13:37

4k is a ridiculous res for a screen that size, on any 1080p ones I've used …4k is a ridiculous res for a screen that size, on any 1080p ones I've used I still leave scaling turned up a notch, but with 4k it'd need to be at 200% to be usable. Plus it sucks battery much quicker than the 1080p model.


It really isn't. 1080p is not as crisp and clear as 4k on a screen this size.

Windows has the scaling functionality to increase text size etc at those resolutions and it works perfectly.

Also, not everyone has concerns about battery. I only use my laptop a couple of hours at a time and it's usually plugged in when I do use it.
l5xeus10/03/2020 09:43

+20% VAT making it £1015 with/£1115 excl. discount.


Still like the look of this. Be great for my 2018 MacBook Pro as charges it too.
jezzery10/03/2020 14:16

Be great for my 2018 MacBook Pro


Is there a clause in the license agreement you have to accept when you buy a mac that says you MUST state that you own a mac on any computer thread you engage with on the internet?
How about this for £1058 with the discount

dell.com/en-…ies
bilbob10/03/2020 14:19

Is there a clause in the license agreement you have to accept when you buy …Is there a clause in the license agreement you have to accept when you buy a mac that says you MUST state that you own a mac on any computer thread you engage with on the internet?


I was just impressed (as other reviewers were) with the fact that all that is needed to connect and charge the laptop too/from the monitor was a single USB c lead, which also provides a USB hub on the monitor and outputs the sound too which would allow for a very tidy workspace. I’m sorry to hear you have a problem with Mac owners.
Edited by: "jezzery" 10th Mar
jezzery10/03/2020 14:41

I was just impressed (as other reviewers were) with the fact that all that …I was just impressed (as other reviewers were) with the fact that all that is needed to connect and charge the laptop too/from the monitor was a single USB c lead, which also provides a USB hub on the monitor and outputs the sound too which would allow for a very tidy workspace. I’m sorry to hear you have a problem with Mac owners.


Have no issue at all with Mac owners. I only have an issue with those who seem to think they are special.
Many, many machines nowadays can charge via USB C, and this link is also quite common on any half decent machine.
My 2017 HP Spectre 15 i7 amongst them.
spinach_pie10/03/2020 14:12

It really isn't. 1080p is not as crisp and clear as 4k on a screen this …It really isn't. 1080p is not as crisp and clear as 4k on a screen this size. Windows has the scaling functionality to increase text size etc at those resolutions and it works perfectly. Also, not everyone has concerns about battery. I only use my laptop a couple of hours at a time and it's usually plugged in when I do use it.


I once owned a ‘work’ MacBookAir and was gutted I didn’t choose the MacBookPro that my colleague selected. The Retina display was lovely. So now it’s my own cash I’m parting with I want to get the best quality screen I can. If I’m staring at it all day I want the highest resolution possible and I may end up working on 4K video clips. The touch I could do without but that doesn’t seem to be an option on the new XPS 13 with a 4k screen and the spec I’m after.

An equivalent Mac with these specs would be significantly more expensive and Dell seem to be building decent machines these days...
Edited by: "RicoP" 10th Mar
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bilbob10/03/2020 15:13

Have no issue at all with Mac owners. I only have an issue with those who …Have no issue at all with Mac owners. I only have an issue with those who seem to think they are special. Many, many machines nowadays can charge via USB C, and this link is also quite common on any half decent machine.My 2017 HP Spectre 15 i7 amongst them.


Sounds like you have some kind of inferiority complex, thanks for your useful comments. Now then back to the deal, hmm do I buy the monitor, maybe you have some insightful knowledge about these too?
How do Dell compare with Lenovo?
An XPS was on my shortlist until I got one for work. So disappointing. Mine is the only one in the office yet to go back under warranty, but mostly because of the inconvenience... it has issues with battery depletion when I hibernate it or power it down, touch screen ghosting when on battery and overheating on simple tasks like Photoshop scripts.

I'm most likely going to get another HP Spectre X360. My current personal laptop is the first gen of it and other than HP being hopeless customer service wise, the laptop itself is actually very good, and the latest model ticks all the boxes for improvement that I wanted, just waiting for a sale.
I have a Dell 7290 from work. Very pleased with its performance.
1985ak4710/03/2020 06:07

Not sure I’d buy from Dell even if they offered 50%. They’ve fallen beh …Not sure I’d buy from Dell even if they offered 50%. They’ve fallen behind other brands


Their latest XPS laptops are some of the best laptops around, and their monitors are of a superior quality to the majority of the competition (albeit also somewhat more costly) in the semi-high-end range (i.e. £250-450).
1985ak4710/03/2020 06:07

Not sure I’d buy from Dell even if they offered 50%. They’ve fallen beh …Not sure I’d buy from Dell even if they offered 50%. They’ve fallen behind other brands


Where is the evidence of this, other than hearsay?
Anyone know if this works on the outlet store!
Liam_D10/03/2020 21:21

Where is the evidence of this, other than hearsay?


Perhaps instead of prejudging ones opinion, you may consider the fact I’ve owned and used several brands of laptops in the past 10 years?

So no, not hearsay...
Undisclosed210/03/2020 19:30

Their latest XPS laptops are some of the best laptops around, and their …Their latest XPS laptops are some of the best laptops around, and their monitors are of a superior quality to the majority of the competition (albeit also somewhat more costly) in the semi-high-end range (i.e. £250-450).


You ever used anything other than their top range models? Found them to be rubbish. I bought a laptop from dell, spent £450 and it packed up within 15 months!
My amex gold business card has 10% cash back which is good, would be £170 statement credit on the top of the line XPS 13
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RicoP10/03/2020 13:13

I’ve been toying with the idea of a new 2020 spec XPS 13 for a while now. 1 …I’ve been toying with the idea of a new 2020 spec XPS 13 for a while now. 16GB RAM with an i7 10th gen processor and a 4K screen. I feel that’ll be fairly future proof (it’ll have to be at that price!). All the reviews I’m reading online are very positive and with this offer, I feel the time is nearing to push the button! I’m susceptible to pontificating and indecision these days, particularly when large amounts of money is at stake, regardless of need. Any reason why this spec and buying from Dell is not as rosey as it seems?


There’s no such thing as future proofing with technology. Tech moves fast enough that within a few months there’s already faster processing, graphics, drives etc.

That being said it’s still worth getting the best spec that your wallet allows.

So in 5 years if your xps is still pulling its weight, it’s not because of future proofing. You just spent your money well.

Eg. I’ve got a 4th Gen i5 / 16Gb DDR3 / 128SSD spec machine that is still as fast as the day it came. Can barely notice a difference compared to a newer spec for every day tasks.
Edited by: "Yusuf_Limalia" 11th Mar
1985ak4710/03/2020 23:59

Perhaps instead of prejudging ones opinion, you may consider the fact I’ve …Perhaps instead of prejudging ones opinion, you may consider the fact I’ve owned and used several brands of laptops in the past 10 years?So no, not hearsay...


If not hearsay, then a sweeping statement. Hardly a scientific approach to gauge quality when it's the 3rd largest PC/Laptop manufacturer and you've owned 'several' laptops over 10 years?

I could say the same thing after trying an iPhone once and Apple are a trash brand? I have owned 10+ phones over 10 years.

Dell are used by huge businesses worldwide, along with Lenovo and HP. They offer cheap laptops through to premium - like pretty much every manufacturer does.
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