Dell XPS SALE up to 25% discount off ALL XPS systems until 9/6/2008

6 June 2008

Offer 1: Get 10%^ OFF
Purchase any Dell XPS Laptop or Desktop and spend at least $1500 to receive 10%^ off the total purchase price by using the coupon code.

Coupon Code: 391231E128F1
This coupon is subject to Dell's Coupon Terms & Conditions below.

Offer 2: Get 15%^ OFF
Purchase any Dell XPS Laptop or Desktop and spend at least $2000 to receive 15%^ off the total purchase price by using the coupon code.

Coupon Code: 39123B337730
This coupon is subject to Dell's Coupon Terms & Conditions below.

Offer 3: Get 25%^ OFF
Purchase any Dell XPS Laptop or Desktop and spend at least $2500 to receive 25%^ off the total purchase price by using the coupon code.

Coupon Code: 3912392190C4
This coupon is subject to Dell's Coupon Terms & Conditions below.

13 comments

  • dealhunter08
    Can i suggest that if you don't want an XPS that you can still get similiar discounts? http://www.dell.com.au/bigpond upto 10% though but for other systems.
  • nod
    Please be aware that if you use the Bigpond link then you will pick up a cookie for Bigpond. This will prevent you receiving any Buckscoop cashback :)
  • nod
    Forgot to say thanks for the link Dealhunter08:)
  • stilted
    Link from Buckscoop and manually type in the code from the bigpond link
  • dealhunter08
    stilted;52433
    Link from Buckscoop and manually type in the code from the bigpond link
    yeah thats what i did.. hehe
  • scheps
    theres also the 27" for 1400 - 10% with EPP and get a free system but duno how goods the system.
  • jezzster
    I'd had my eye on the XPS 1530 for some time and have ordered mine today! 25% off and Bucky cashback. Awesome!
  • jdstacey
    Dont forget that you can salary sacrifice one laptop per year - save you at least another 30% (depending on your income). Very tempted to grab me an XPS laptop at 55% off!!
  • Wally
    Dont forget that you can salary sacrifice one laptop per year - save you at least another 30% (depending on your income).
    Might want to give into the temptation. Kev is changing FBT on laptops to only allow it only if it be used for primarily work related purposes and not allowing claims for depreciation upon them. Edit: Darn! Seems Swan made it immediately effective from its announcement http://www.treasurer.gov.au/DisplayDocs.aspx?doc=pressreleases/2008/048.htm&pageID=003&min=wms&Year=&DocType=0 Suppose you could convince your employer you are going to increase your afterhours productivity :whistling:
  • shobbs
    The link takes you to the Inspiron page - if I navigate to the XPS page from there will the Buckscoop cash still work?? Sorry if that's a dumb question??:confused:
  • admin EDITOR
    yea - you'll be fine shobbs. Its the click through off the link on here that activates the cookie for a period. Still best to click through and complete the transaction in one go.
  • Brad
    Nice find Sandy. :thumbsup:
  • shobbs
    Thanks admin - and yeah - many thanks Sandy. Been hoping this would come up.

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