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Promoted 07-11-2016 by brisar at 12:40 PM View Original Post
Dell MPP (Member Purchase Program) has 55" Samsung UN55J6200 1080p Smart LED HDTV + $300 Dell eGift Card on sale for $649.99. Shipping is free. [Dell MPP Info] Thanks Discombobulated
Note: The Dell eGift Card will be added to cart automatically when you add the TV.

Specs
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Clear Motion Rate: 120Hz
  • LED Type: Backlit
  • Smart + WiFi
  • Connectors:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 1x Component/Composite Video
    • 1x Audio
    • 1x Network
    • 1x Serial

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You may also receive 5% back in rewards when you sign up for Dell Advantage. In cart, click on the "Claim Your Rewards" button and follow the instructions to sign up. Rewards arrive 10-20 days after shipment and expires within 90 days. - brisar

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Edited July 11, 2016 at 09:05 AM by wuzzy
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Note, you Dell eGift card will be sent via email within 10-20 days after purchase
  • 55" Samsung UN55J6200 1080p Smart LED HDTV [dell.com] + $300 Dell eGift Card (automatically added to cart)
    • $649.99 + Free Shipping
      • Specs
        • Resolution: 1920x1080
        • Clear Motion Rate: 120Hz
        • LED Type: Backlit
        • Smart + WiFi
        • Connectors:
          • 2x HDMI
          • 2x USB 2.0
          • 1x Component/Composite Video
          • 1x Audio
          • 1x Network
          • 1x Serial
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Don't forget about the bathrooms and closets. And two for the garage.
I had a $350 gift card. I sold it on Ebay for $325, sold within 10 minutes. They easily sell for like 95% I sold mine for even less and had no problems with it. After fees I ended with $300.

They expire after 90 days, so if you will be in need of it, then I suppose its best to keep it.

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How useful are these Dell GC? Easy to liquidate...or save for the next Dell SD?
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Quote from Troublestylist View Post :
How useful are these Dell GC? Easy to liquidate...or save for the next Dell SD?
I would like to know this as well. Can you do multiple orders and then combine certificates later? I'm building a new house and will need 5-6 TV's in a couple months.
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I would like to know this as well. Can you do multiple orders and then combine certificates later? I'm building a new house and will need 5-6 TV's in a couple months.
I think it's a maximum of 3 forms of payment on any order, so 2 gift cards and one credit card for any balance.
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Quote from nuprin7 View Post :
I would like to know this as well. Can you do multiple orders and then combine certificates later? I'm building a new house and will need 5-6 TV's in a couple months.
Don't forget about the bathrooms and closets. And two for the garage.
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They increased the price of the TV before increasing the gift card. I still have $100 gift card expiring next month. The gift cards will tire you down to Dell where you keep on purchasing things you may not have need for at moment just for the gift cards not to expire.
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Quote from Troublestylist View Post :
How useful are these Dell GC? Easy to liquidate...or save for the next Dell SD?
I had a $350 gift card. I sold it on Ebay for $325, sold within 10 minutes. They easily sell for like 95% I sold mine for even less and had no problems with it. After fees I ended with $300.

They expire after 90 days, so if you will be in need of it, then I suppose its best to keep it.
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Quote from protech97 View Post :
They increased the price of the TV before increasing the gift card. I still have $100 gift card expiring next month. The gift cards will tire you down to Dell where you keep on purchasing things you may not have need for at moment just for the gift cards not to expire.
Good answer...thanks. Smilie

Quote from mrwhitewalker View Post :
I had a $350 gift card. I sold it on Ebay for $325, sold within 10 minutes. They easily sell for like 95% I sold mine for even less and had no problems with it. After fees I ended with $300.

They expire after 90 days, so if you will be in need of it, then I suppose its best to keep it.
Thanks. Yeah, some gift cards sell for over face value on Ebay.

Guess we should have a "roll" on here...pay it forward to sell your GC to the next guy at face value.
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Selling gift cards in eBay can be gamble, people may claim the code does not work and file claim with eBay and you will loose your money.
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120 hz or 60 hz native? Can't find that info anywhere
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120 hz or 60 hz native? Can't find that info anywhere
According to Amazon it has "Motion Rate 120"

https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-UN...B00U9U983Q
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Quote from nuprin7 View Post :
I would like to know this as well. Can you do multiple orders and then combine certificates later? I'm building a new house and will need 5-6 TV's in a couple months.
per the fine print on the promo cards you can only use one promo card per purchase. See #11 here http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/1...redirect=1

Quote from LeesApproved View Post :
I think it's a maximum of 3 forms of payment on any order, so 2 gift cards and one credit card for any balance.
No, check the fine print. Only 1 promo card per order. See #11 in the link

http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/1...redirect=1
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Last edited by brian_renshaw July 11, 2016 at 07:34 AM
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Quote from brian_renshaw View Post :
per the fine print on the promo cards you can only use one promo card per purchase. See #11 here http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/1...redirect=1


No, check the fine print. Only 1 promo card per order. See #11 in the link

http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/1...redirect=1
Good Catch...Sneaky sneaky Dell. I'm so glad I'm out of the Dell gift card loop!
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Quote from brian_renshaw View Post :
per the fine print on the promo cards you can only use one promo card per purchase. See #11 here http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/1...redirect=1


No, check the fine print. Only 1 promo card per order. See #11 in the link

http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/1...redirect=1

2 promo codes MAX per order.
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