You should carve out some time this weekend to browse Dell's Cyber Savings event. It's one of the largest sales events of the year for Dell and one of the most robust we've seen, even compared to previous years. The event, which has already started and runs until July 22, includes discounted laptops, pre-built desktops, monitors, all-in-ones, and more. You'll get free shipping on everything, easy returns, and the ability to price match if you can find a better deal elsewhere.
Save Big While You Can
Save $150 on the XPS 15, $300 on the Alienware m15 R2, up to $375 on desktops, or save $70 on gaming headsets. The sale includes temporary doorbusters. Get free shipping, easy returns, and even a price match guarantee if you find a better price.
One thing Dell does differently than most other retailers are the limited time, limited quantity daily doorbusters. Starting July 9 and going through the end of the event, you can expect to see unique, limited doorbusters pretty much every day. If you want early access to those doorbusters, which do include some of Dell's newest tech like the XPS 15 laptop, then you'll want to sign up for a Dell Preferred Account (for access July 2-3) or the Dell Rewards program (for access July 6-8). One of the unique doorbusters that starts on July 6 at 11 a.m. Eastern is the Dell XPS 13 Touch laptop. It will be on sale for $100 off its regular price. You could save $200 on the XPS desktop today, but you'd need a Dell Preferred Account to do that. Expect doorbusters like this all month long.
The regular non-doorbuster deals are nothing to sneeze at either. Save $150 on the newest XPS 15 laptop, which will be down to around $1,699.99 depending on the configuration. You can also save $20 on the Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker. That's a match for its lowest price and a deal we haven't seen in a while.
If you're still working from home and need a better system for that, be sure to check out the all-in-ones on sale during this event. These often include pretty much everything you need in one setup and many even come with a keyboard and mouse. The Dell Inspiron 27 7000 Touch all-in-one computer is normally $1,450, but it's going to be down to $1,099.99 on sale. If that's still too much, there are some budget options like the Inspiron 22 3000 Touch on sale for $549.99 from a regular price of $650.
The savings continue all month long. Remember to keep an eye out for new doorbusters every day and keep checking the Cyber Savings Event page for new discounts.
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