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Dell Vostro 200 Mini Tower Desktop, 19" TFT, 1.6Ghz coreduo, 1gig, 250Gb, dvdrw. $802

Posted By: sandgroper, posted 2007/08/16 10:02
To get to this deal click through and enter E-VALUE CODE : Q240821V-web into the ecode boxes.

Now if you select to upgrade to the Dell 19" TFT with Truelife panel and DVI as well as Analogue inputs they will discount by $52.80

Once you get to checkout add the coupon 3913182DC576 for an extra $38.40 discount

Free upgrade from 160GB to 250GB Hard Drive
Intel(R) Pentium(TM) Dual-Core Processor E2140 (1.6GHz, 1MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
Genuine Windows Vista Home Basic OR XP home
Free upgrade from 160GB to 250GB Hard Drive
250GB SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive with Native Command Queuing
1GB (2X512MB) NECC Dual Channel DDR2 667MHz SDRAM Memory
Integrated Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator X3100
19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor (Analog only)Upgrade this panel!!
16X Max DVD-ROM Drive
Integrated Fast Ethernet 10/100
1 Year CompleteCover
Expiry date:2007/08/23
28°-+
$802.56
  • admin2007/08/17 08:39:55
    does that mean the dell 'oops' figure of 81.40 is back again :D

    how hard do you have to work to find these sandgroper?

    hot vote btw - I figured these had dissapeared last week, when they found that other error you picked up.
  • nod2007/08/17 16:36:28
    They must have let that lovely employee back out of the box :w00t:
  • sandgroper2007/08/17 17:15:13
    Well for some reason the option to select the Silver TFT for $81 discount has now been removed!
    BUT the option to upgrade to the Ultrasharp model is still valid for a $52.80 discount.

    Get to checkout and enter 5% code 3913182DC576 and the system will cost you just $802.56 now.
  • sandgroper2007/08/17 19:35:04
    admin
    how hard do you have to work to find these sandgroper?

    hot vote btw - I figured these had dissapeared last week, when they found that other error you picked up.


    Its like having a pack of shuffled cards, well 70+ cards (ecodes) and trying to pick out the aces, you can just try lucky dip but in the end the only way to be sure is to start at one end and go through the lot reading each one in detail for the errors.

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