Dell Dell Summer Sale: XPS Desktop $1300, Dell 34 Curved Monitor $550 + More Find the Best Deals from Dell's Summer Sale!

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Take your home office from meh to magnificent at Dell, where their Summer Sale starts now with limited-time deals on select desktops, laptops and monitors.

We've listed a few featured configurations and coupon codes to give you an idea of what's available – all deals are available online while supplies last.

Coupon Codes

  • $50off$1000PC – $50.00 off computers over $1000.00
  • $75off$1500PC – $75.00 off computers over $1500.00
  • $100off$2000PC – $100.00 off computers over $2000.00
  • $15OFF$199+ – $15.00 off products over $199.00
  • 10%OFFMONITOR – 10% off select monitors

Desktops

Laptops

Peripherals and Other Electronics

Dell's Summer Sale is effective online for a limited time and Dell offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • WOW !

      $2400 for a desktop !

      I'm going to jump right on that deal !


      :rolleyes:

      (Thanks anyway to the OP for taking time to post)
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    • WOW !

      $2400 for a desktop !

      I'm going to jump right on that deal !


      :rolleyes:

      (Thanks anyway to the OP for taking time to post)
      Considering premium phones are over $1300-1500, are you really surprised this price for a prebuilt PC?
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    • Great deal for the spec, but i wouldnt dear touch any dell desktop with their custom mobo/psu/case/cooler, those parts are not replaceable. At least not that easy.
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    • I like how they're selling desktop computers for the same price I paid like two three years ago for the same GPU
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    • 6 months ago, this would've sold out in minutes.
      WOW !

      $2400 for a desktop !

      I'm going to jump right on that deal !


      :rolleyes:

      (Thanks anyway to the OP for taking time to post)
      be more specific?
      $2400 is too much for this configuration?
      or just simply, $2400 is too much to spend on desktop?
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    • I like how they're selling desktop computers for the same price I paid like two three years ago for the same GPU
      Give it a few months and dell will feel the pain just like any other gpu manufacturer. Expect price drops on their prebuilts after they gouged the entire market.
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    • $2500 PC with one 1t drive? That is about as chincey as it gets.
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    • 6 months ago, this would've sold out in minutes.



      be more specific?
      $2400 is too much for this configuration?
      or just simply, $2400 is too much to spend on desktop?
      $2400 when they are not even giving you a secondary drive (leaving you with just the 1tb SSD) is not good.
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    • Great deal for the spec, but i wouldnt dear touch any dell desktop with their custom mobo/psu/case/cooler, those parts are not replaceable. At least not that easy.
      Pretty much. That is not a bad price for a 3080 build at all but Dell cheaps out so bad on OEM parts that it becomes immediately apparent why the prices are what they are
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    • This might be a decent deal if you really want a Dell. The price is not bad, pretty much the same as building your own PC. (I don't recommend this build but, just for comparison : https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/fcNv4s)
      BUT, the problem with Dell desktops is the thermals and upgrade potential.
      CPU coolers on these Dells are often barely enough. Motherboard, case and the PSU are proprietary so if you want to upgrade/a component breaks, there is not much you can do.
      There are a bunch of videos available on YouTube about these computers, if you want to buy one of them, I suggest you check them out.
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    • Solid prices for the specs if it was a DIY build, but Dell's prebuilts have a TERRIBLE reputation for a reason.
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    • WOW !

      $2400 for a desktop !

      I'm going to jump right on that deal !


      :rolleyes:

      (Thanks anyway to the OP for taking time to post)

      Why the :rolleyes:?

      I spend $2500 building my desktop. Are you telling me it should have cost less?
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    • 6 months ago, this would've sold out in minutes.



      be more specific?
      $2400 is too much for this configuration?
      or just simply, $2400 is too much to spend on desktop?
      Yeah I bought my HP Omen for almost 3k the second it showed up on the website 😂😂

      Thankfully I sold the video card for 2500
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    • Considering premium phones are over $1300-1500, are you really surprised this price for a prebuilt PC?
      phones come with screens tho

      Prebuilt PC should at least come with a 17" CRT
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    • This might be a decent deal if you really want a Dell. The price is not bad, pretty much the same as building your own PC. (I don't recommend this build but, just for comparison : https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/fcNv4s)
      BUT, the problem with Dell desktops is the thermals and upgrade potential.
      CPU coolers on these Dells are often barely enough. Motherboard, case and the PSU are proprietary so if you want to upgrade/a component breaks, there is not much you can do.
      There are a bunch of videos available on YouTube about these computers, if you want to buy one of them, I suggest you check them out.
      Appreciate the insight, and the PCPartPicker comparison. Add on Windows 11, Wifi/Bluetooth and DVD tray and the prebuilt is even cheaper.

      I've seen lots of Dell hate but was never very clear on why. What's the impact on real-world performance? Do they run hot or break down more quickly than other options?
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    • Appreciate the insight, and the PCPartPicker comparison. Add on Windows 11, Wifi/Bluetooth and DVD tray and the prebuilt is even cheaper.

      I've seen lots of Dell hate but was never very clear on why. What's the impact on real-world performance? Do they run hot or break down more quickly than other options?
      Basically yeah, low quality parts, build, cooling. Proprietary parts that if they break, you can't replace them with standard off the shelf items.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DMg6hUudHE
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    • as i pointed out in another xps 8950 thread, be prepared to swap your cpu cooler, otherwise it is good z690 motherboard with OC, ddr5 ram and WD gen4 ssd.
      For the price, it is indeed not bad for a prebuild this time,
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    • Yeah I bought my HP Omen for almost 3k the second it showed up on the website 😂😂

      Thankfully I sold the video card for 2500
      Which one? 40L?

      I'm tempted to buy 45L but BB aside (with its overinflated price/specs), I can't find it anywhere
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