If you're stuck working from home over the next few weeks, having the right setup could make a serious improvement to your daily workflow. Luckily, Dell is making things easy and more affordable with a sale on PC bundles. These laptops are not only discounted but come bundled with your choice of essential accessories like an external monitor, wireless keyboard, gaming headset, and more.
The savings don't end there though. Using promo code 50OFF699 during checkout can save you $50 on most of the bundles in the sale. Meanwhile, you can save 10% on either of the Alienware bundles on sale today when you enter the promo code LCS10OFF during checkout. You won't want to wait too long before making the purchase though, as two of the options from the sale have already sold out.
Get to work!
Dell is getting everyone ready to work from home with a sale on PC bundles. These laptops are bundled with a few different accessories so you can score what you'll need at a discount. Use one of the following codes during checkout to save even more.
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Dell's sale has several bundles available at a range of prices, with the most affordable being the New Inspiron 17 3000 laptop bundle. At $899.99, it not only comes with the New Inspiron 17 3000 featuring a 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor but also a wireless mouse and a printer. Using code 50OFF699 saves you an extra $50 off today's sale price, bringing its cost down to $850.
Another option in the sale bundles the Alienware m15 R1 Gaming Laptop with the New Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor (AW2518H) for $2,404.99. With promo code LCS10OFF, you'll save 10% and drop its price to $2,217.54. This laptop is equipped with a 9th generation Intel Core i7 processor, 512GB SSD, 1TB hybrid drive, 16GB RAM, and more to help bring your games to the next level.
Dell offers free standard shipping on each of the bundles on sale today so you won't have to worry about any extra fees other than taxes when you reach checkout.
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