Dell's best XPS 15 deal just got even better, but you have to act fast

Dell already had an incredible set of deals this week, but the PC maker just slashed prices even further. The biggest saving you can get is still $550 off, but Dell reduced the price of several more affordable models, including the one I recommend. That means you can pick up one of the best Windows laptops for a bargain.

You'll have to act quickly, however, to get the best Dell XPS 15 deal. Dell notes on its site that some deals end on July 13, 2023.

Dell XPS 15 | was $2,999 now $2,449 at Dell

Dell XPS 15 | was $2,999 now $2,449 at Dell

The latest and greatest XPS 15 laptops offer a truly excellent experience with a gorgeous display, great battery life, and robust performance. Right now, you can grab one for up to $550 off through Dell or at a discount at Best Buy.

Price Check: Best Buy from $1,000

✅Pros: Gorgeous display, excellent performance, and great battery life
❌Cons: Does not have USB-A port

There are a ton of configurations available, so it's definitely worth taking your time to browse through what's on sale. I'll list some of the best configurations here based on a balance between performance and price, but you should check out the Dell's XPS page to double-check if the perfect PC for you is discounted right now. Dell also has a collection of laptop deals that includes XPS 15 models and other PCs.

Arguably the best deal is on a version that's discounted by $510. That model runs on a 13th Gen Intel Core i7-13700H CPU paired with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 GPU. It costs $1,999 at the moment, which is a significant savings compared to its normal price of $2,409. That version features an FHD+ display (1920 x 1200).

If you need a better screen, make sure to check out the XPS 15 that's currently on sale for $550 off. It has a 3.5K (3456 x 2160) OLED display that supports touch. Inside, it's powered by an Intel Core i9-13900H and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070. Its discount brings it to $2,449.

As good as Dell's deals are, Best Buy has an even better deal if you're shopping for the most affordable XPS 15. The model with a 13th Gen Intel Core i7 and Intel Arc A370M graphics is $1,000. That's a savings of $500 on what was already a more affordable version of the PC. 

Why I recommend this deal

Dell XPS 15 9530 side view.

The legendary Dell XPS 15. (Image credit: Rebecca Spear / Windows Central)
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I've had a Dell PC in my home for years. The company has reliably made laptops and desktops for decades, and I recommend their PCs frequently. The XPS 15 is the pinnacle of design and functionality for its form factor. It builds on years of highly reviewed XPS 15 laptops before it and refines that experience with modern internals.

Dell comes out with a new XPS 15 each year, and this year's model earned high marks in our Dell XPS 15 review.

"To say the Dell XPS 15 (9530) has a powerful presence is an understatement. It was clear from the moment I pulled the laptop from the packaging that Dell's sleek design and thin chassis are designed to impress in an understated form of elegance," said our Rebecca Spear.

If Dell doesn't have a deal on the XPS 15 you want, or if you just prefer a different PC, make sure to check out our list of best Prime Day Windows laptop deals. We'll update that post throughout this week, including any new Dell XPS 15 deals that show up. While Prime Day is a major reason why laptops are on sale, plenty of companies other than Amazon are slashing prices right now, including Dell, Acer, Razer, ASUS, and HP.

Sean Endicott
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