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HURRY! Dell $500 Laptop for ~$200 w/AMEX SYNC offer & BeFrugal 12.3% cash back!

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This is sick good and I am shocked it has lasted long enough for me to blog about it. First let me quickly lay out the steps:

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1) This ONLY works if you already have the DELL $100 AMEX “Offers to You”
2) Join BeFrugal  <-LINK if you are not a member already
3) Search for DELL.com on BeFrugal
4) Sign up for a free Dell account
5) Look for the Black Friday Laptop deals
6) Find the – Inspiron 15 3000 Touch $349.99

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The result of all of this is some impressive numbers. Take a look what is possible if you do have the above:

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  • Cost w/tax & free shipping is $374.48
  • You should get from BeFrugal $43.05 cash back
  • You will get $100 from AMEX offer (if you have registered)
  • You will get $17 in Dell cash for a later purchase
  • If you are new to BeFrugal you get $10 back for joining and purchase
  • You clearly will earn points on whatever card you use.
  • All in (not counting points) your net cost is just  $204.43

That final price is not bad at all for a fast laptop with a ton of ram and 1TB hard drive. You may decide to just keep it and upgrade your old laptop or, at this price, you may decide to flip these on eBay or another place as I estimate (i.e. am guessing) you can clear after shipping and selling fees $75-$100 per unit pricing it at $325 for resale.

They have so far sold about 1/3 of the stock so I would not wait if you have been looking for a good way to spend your Dell AMEX $100 credit! – René

 

Rene’s Points For Better Travel, a division of Chatterbox Entertainment, Inc. has partnered with CardRatings for our coverage of credit card products. Rene’s Points For Better Travel and CardRatings may receive a commission from card issuers. Opinions, reviews, analyses & recommendations are the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, endorsed or approved by any of these entities. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.


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René de Lambert is a contributing writer and the founder of RenesPoints. He is an avid Delta and SkyTeam flyer who has held Delta’s top Diamond Medallion status for many years and flown millions of miles.

2 Comments

  1. “…fast laptop…”

    that is arguable – I’ve had a macbookair for 4 years already, and it’s still faster than that computer!

    Not a hate comment. I swear!

  2. Thanks for the idea. I actually got in on another doorbuster laptop and added a bunch of other things that I needed to buy for the XPS 13 I bought a week ago.

    I split payment over 2 amex cards with the amex Dell offer ($200 off) and after reselling the laptop, cashback, and dell advantage dollars I should net a new XPS 13 sleeve, dell power companion with usb-c charger, a usb-c docking station, and a wireless mouse for free. All of that comes to about $200 in free items.

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