Dell Dell Labour Day Sale: Inspiron 15 5000 Gaming Laptop $1400, Inspiron Desktop $550, Inspiron 11 3000 Laptop $220 + More Labour Day Sale! Inspiron 11 Laptop $220 + More!

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Celebrate Labour Day for the entire week at Dell.ca, because their Labour Day Sale is on now with deals on desktops, laptops and other electronics!

We've listed a few of the notable deals and coupons to help get you started.

Coupon Codes

  • 10%OFFMONITOR -- 10% off monitors
  • $15OFF$199+ -- $15.00 off products over $199.00
  • $25OFF$500PC -- $25.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $500.00
  • $50OFF$900PC -- $50.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $899.99
  • $75OFF$1100PC -- $75.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $1099.99
  • $100OFF$1300PC -- $100.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $1299.99
  • $150OFF$1700PC -- $150.00 off all computers (excluding Alienware) over $1699.99
  • $50OFF$1000TVs -- $50.00 off any TV over $1000.00

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The Labour Day Sale is effective until September 8 at 6:00 AM EST. Dell.ca offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • Those "sale prices" are prety much regullar prices. You only need to check the amount ebates gives back to decide on your purchase.

      I got that Aurora with a Ti instead for 2204$+tx before ebates/dell ecard
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    • I upgrade to the TI also. That 100$ upgrade was a no brainer. Total for me including taxes is : 2874$.
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    • I can do diy for 1800 about i7 7700k and gtx1080 with decnet case nzxt or corsair. But alianware mark and lights worth 500 for sure.
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    • Lawrence0317 wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 6:40 pm
      I can do diy for 1800 about i7 7700k and gtx1080 with decnet case nzxt or corsair. But alianware mark and lights worth 500 for sure.
      You can buy lights / deco's :P So even then lol
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    • Lawrence0317 wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 6:40 pm
      I can do diy for 1800 about i7 7700k and gtx1080 with decnet case nzxt or corsair. But alianware mark and lights worth 500 for sure.
      The last time someone tried to be smart in an alienware thread about how it's that much cheaper to build your own, he failed.

      Provide a build with a 1080ti, 16gb of ram, 850W modular AC and top of the line watercooling solution that's cheaper than 2302$+tx minus dell ecard/ebates. Don't forget a legit Windows 10 license (your 10$ ebay link won't count) and to include the building price.
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    • very misleading title
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    • Fularu wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 7:03 pm
      The last time someone tried to be smart in an alienware thread about how it's that much cheaper to build your own, he failed.

      Provide a build with a 1080ti, 16gb of ram, 850W modular AC and top of the line watercooling solution that's cheaper than 2302$+tx minus dell ecard/ebates. Don't forget a legit Windows 10 license (your 10$ ebay link won't count) and to include the building price.
      https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/PGXTLD
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    • So close to BF, I'd just wait for that if I were to dump this much on a PC.
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    • djdestroyer wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 7:50 pm
      That's $2211.79+tax but this deal is $2302+tax with $92 cashback or $2210 and that's not even including the dell ecard.
      Or the value of the time you take to build it
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    • seagull1987 wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 8:24 pm
      Or the value of the time you take to build it
      Some people actually enjoy building it.
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    • Fularu wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 8:30 pm
      You proved my point, your link is more expensive than the Alienware one
      I can get it cheaper you said make a build under 2302$+tx, didnt say what the ebates/ecard cash back was.
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    • djdestroyer wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 7:50 pm
      That's $2211.79+tax but this deal is $2302+tax with $92 cashback or $2210 and that's not even including the dell ecard.
      Also these parts are better than the shitty Dell ones. I can get it cheaper using the most generic parts on the market like Dell does.
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    • No interest for 12 months on Dell Inspiron, XPS, Alienware or Chromebook systems of $999 or more.

      To me sounds a great deal, OP pays 2874/12 = 239.5. 240$ a month I like.
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    • Better warranties all around if you buy the parts yourself. 2300$ prebuilt.... ffs.

      Also don't buy Barracudas for storage, get Reds w/ 3 year warranty. You can activate 10 pro with a 7 pro key, and 10 home with a 7 home key (which you probably have lying around). That's money in your pocket.
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    • poroporo1 wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 8:52 pm
      Better warranties all around if you buy the parts yourself. 2300$ prebuilt.... ffs.
      Agreed. What's nice about a prebuilt unit is that you only have to deal with one supplier.
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    • themank wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 8:55 pm
      Agreed. What's nice about a prebuilt unit is that you only have to deal with one supplier.
      I mean if I had loads of money, I probably would not care for a warranty. So there's a market for alienware, and it's probably not diy folks.
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    • DeadHead wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 8:37 pm
      Also these parts are better than the shitty Dell ones. I can get it cheaper using the most generic parts on the market like Dell does.
      I'm all for the built it yourself argument and in fact have not used a "pre built desktop" since the one I had that had a 386 in it when it came home from the store, but... really. I would not use a 65 dollar case, the Alienware case is probably better designed (to suit what they put in it, at any rate). I also wouldn't call that motherboard anything special, I'm not sure about matching a 7700K with a B250.

      The argument for build it yourself doesn't always need to be made in terms of cost. I would personally spend more and build something totally different, but if I were forced to choose the alienware and your build I'd take the Dell if I were an average person that just wants a gaming PC.


      Edit: Just for the record using pcpartpicker as an example of system pricing is pretty flawed as it assumes you are purchasing every component at the same time. Anybody building that frequents RFD would be more intelligent about it and spread the parts aquisition over at least a month or two to snipe the best deals on each piece instead of just picking everything in one day and taking whatever pricing they can get at that time. Also you would argue that anybody that has been DIY for any length of time would almost certainly be recycling at least some parts around from different donor systems etc. we would almost never start from complete scratch.
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    • poroporo1 wrote:
      Sep 4th, 2017 8:52 pm
      Better warranties all around if you buy the parts yourself. 2300$ prebuilt.... ffs.

      Also don't buy Barracudas for storage, get Reds w/ 3 year warranty. You can activate 10 pro with a 7 pro key, and 10 home with a 7 home key (which you probably have lying around). That's money in your pocket.
      Warranties on parts you buy yourself are a nightmare

      If warranty is a concern going prebuilt is 100x better
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