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Dell E-Gift Cards!

Killerclown360 35 35 March 14, 2016 at 08:59 PM in Computers (3)
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I often see deals on the front page of decently priced electronics, with a big DELL E-GIFT card that actually makes them worthwhile.

I haven't jumped on these yet because I have assumed that it probably has a bunch of red-tape attached.

The most obvious issue is that it takes a week to get it by email, and then it expires in 90 days.

What I want to know though is what else is holding these back?

Can you stack them? Can you use them along with a coupon code deal? Can you use them on Alienware? Just new stuff, or Dell Outlet Deals as well?

I know this has got to have some restrictions! Please share your experiences!

Thanks!
-Deal Jester
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you can combine them with coupons, they are gift cards. the only frustration I had with them was that I had 2 gift cards through a tv deal. 1 was a $100 promo card, the other was an $18 rewards card. I just ordered a laptop, but could only use the promo card. rewards and promo cards can't be combined.
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If using multiple rewards cards or a combination of rewards and gift cards. Call customer service to complete the order. It's right there when you are checking out. Customer service are able to stack them.
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