Dell Dell: Get Up to a $200.00 Prepaid Visa Card with Select Desktops, Laptops and Monitors Get Up to a $200 Prepaid Visa with Select Products

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Get some extra spending money by shopping for tech at Dell, because you can get a free Prepaid Visa Card valued at up to $200.00 with select Dell desktops, laptops and monitors!

There are over 30 products eligible for a bonus Prepaid Visa and we've listed a few models along with coupon codes below.

Coupon Codes

  • $25off$700PC -- $25.00 off all computers over $700.00
  • $50off$1000PC -- $50.00 off all computers over $1000.00
  • $100off$2000PC -- $100.00 off all computers over $2000.00
  • $15OFF$199+ -- $15.00 off products over $199.00
  • 10%OFFMONITOR -- 10% off select monitors

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These offers are effective until July 1. Quantities are limited, so shop quickly if you have your eye on an item! Dell.ca offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • I should note this also applies to the other webcrasher deals. It looks like some even come with a $200 prepaid Visa card. I just felt this laptop was a decent deal since after the ebates/Visa the price came out cheaper than the Lenovo deal that was posted earlier this morning for older hardware.
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    • This is not bad.

      10% off with Unidays
      8% off eBates
      $100 Prepaid Visa Card
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    • Don't forget about Amex 100 statement credit for purchase over $750.
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    • will jump if it was 1660ti
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    • mclyin wrote:
      Jun 20th, 2019 3:58 am
      Don't forget about Amex 100 statement credit for purchase over $750.
      This offer is for all Amex cards right? I wonder which banks offers Amex cards..
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    • Jimboski wrote:
      Jun 20th, 2019 5:21 am
      This offer is for all Amex cards right? I wonder which banks offers Amex cards..
      I believe only Amex Cards issued by Amex.

      Good price. How is the fan noise on this year’s model? I bought last year’s model, but had to return it due to the unbearable noise.
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    • mclyin wrote:
      Jun 20th, 2019 3:58 am
      Don't forget about Amex 100 statement credit for purchase over $750.
      I am sorry I could not find what this is exactly. Would anyone mind telling me how this works?
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    • mclyin wrote:
      Jun 20th, 2019 3:58 am
      Don't forget about Amex 100 statement credit for purchase over $750.
      Is this still valid? When does it expire?
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    • It's not all AmEx, I only received the offer on my Aeroplan Reserve card (have 4). It's through AmEx offers, which you have to sign-up for each offer separately. Not sure if it's still open to sign-up, my expiry shows end of July.
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    • Decent deal for a low-midrange, thank you for posting it.
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    • Any decent laptop for non-gamers? Great CPU but 35W TDP is killing for mobility users.
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    • luck4u2u wrote:
      Jun 20th, 2019 6:38 am
      I believe only Amex Cards issued by Amex.

      Good price. How is the fan noise on this year’s model? I bought last year’s model, but had to return it due to the unbearable noise.
      It was hard to find a good review on this years model as they look fairly new. From what I've read they fixed some issues with the display from last years model, but I couldn't tell you about the fans unfortunately. Here's hoping they improved on last years model
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    • Solid find, things to watch out for this laptop:
      - 51 Whr battery, don't expect it to last too long (~4 hours I'd say)
      - 2x4GB memory means you have dual channel but if you wanna upgrade you'll probably be buying two sticks of ram
      - screen doesn't seem different from previous model, and previous model's screen was meh

      Other than that, for the specs and price you have a solid lappy on your lap
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    • linksta7 wrote:
      Jun 20th, 2019 10:29 am
      Solid find, things to watch out for this laptop:
      - 51 Whr battery, don't expect it to last too long (~4 hours I'd say)
      - 2x4GB memory means you have dual channel but if you wanna upgrade you'll probably be buying two sticks of ram
      - screen doesn't seem different from previous model, and previous model's screen was meh

      Other than that, for the specs and price you have a solid lappy on your lap
      The battery does look smaller in this model (51Whr vs 56Whr in last year). Maybe that's due to the lower power consumption of these new GPUs? The reviews I read on the previous model maybe got 6 hours of continuous use while web browsing. Gaming would kill that much faster though
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    • mikemc89 wrote:
      Jun 20th, 2019 11:05 am
      The battery does look smaller in this model (51Whr vs 56Whr in last year). Maybe that's due to the lower power consumption of these new GPUs? The reviews I read on the previous model maybe got 6 hours of continuous use while web browsing. Gaming would kill that much faster though
      Yea it's odd to change the battery size by so little, but I suspect it's due to chassis size more than power consumption. There's no disadvantage by keeping the older model's slightly bigger battery, in addition these notebooks aren't really meant to be gamed on while on battery. If it were, the extra 5Whr wouldn't make a difference when comparing 1.5 hours of gaming vs 1.3 hours of gaming. The reason I say 4 hours is because I did an unboxing of the old G3 and got approximately 4 hours of regular screen brightness with wifi on. You could probably get 6 hours with wifi off.
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    • You can also sign up for Dell emails and get a 10% off coupon code.

      Does anybody know how the thermals are on this? Was debating between this or the new G5 15 with exact same specs (except bigger battery; albeit $200 more), but was thinking the G5 might have better cooling...
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    • Hi, i just got this laptop too; anyone confirm if i can just remove one of the 4GB DDR4 2666MHz ram and just add a different 8GB or 16GB DDR4 2666MHz ram or should i just remove both 4GB DDR4 ram and replace it with 16GB or 32GB of the same RAM? Thank-you
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    • DoneDeals wrote:
      Jun 20th, 2019 3:08 pm
      Hi, i just got this laptop too; anyone confirm if i can just remove one of the 4GB DDR4 2666MHz ram and just add a different 8GB or 16GB DDR4 2666MHz ram or should i just remove both 4GB DDR4 ram and replace it with 16GB or 32GB of the same RAM? Thank-you
      You could have different ram sizes in each slot, but to take full advantage of Dual Channel you will want the same sizes.
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    • Totally agree. I would prefer waiting for 1660 ti; however, i also know that it's going to be impossible to find any 1660ti from major brands laptop for under $12xx these days. Perhaps when next year new generation of Nvidia card is out. However, every year the new generation card and laptop cost premium is higher than previous years. so high that it sometime covers the depreciation of previous generation that older model don't need to get big price cut.
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