If you have been waiting to get a Dell laptop, desktop, or monitor, you might want to check out the Microsoft Store. They have cut the prices on a large selection of Dell products that will last until Saturday, March 12.
Some of the discounts include $200 off the Dell XPS 13 9350 laptop, with a starting price of $799, along with $200 off the Dell XPS 15 9550 that starts at $1,499. You can save $500 off the Dell XPS 8900 desktop PC; it's currently priced at $999.
There's even a solid price reduction on the tiny Dell Inspiron i3050 micro-desktop; it's been cut by $70.99 this week for a price of $99. The Dell 27 Ultra HD 4K Monitor can also be yours for $499, a savings of $200.
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