Dell Outlet’s Refurb Sales Event: Save Hundreds on Laptops and Monitors

The sale ends March 18th, 2019 but popular devices are already selling out.

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This March, Dell invites buyers to participate in the Dell Refurb Sales Event. When you enter the appropriate coupon codes during the Dell Outlet Laptop Extravaganza, you can save up to $525 towards refurbished Dell XPS laptops. But there are other codes as well, offering everything from 13% off gaming laptops to huge discounts on monitors.

Check the button below for the relevant promo codes:

See Dell Refurb Sale Coupons

Be quick, as some of the codes only work for the first 100 customers. Also, each coupon is limited to one per person, and shipping is free.

As with all deals, it only lasts as long as the supply does. So while you have until March 18th to make your purchase, you might want to jump on this before all the popular items are sold out.

Deals from the Dell Refurb Sales Event

Both Inspiron and gaming systems receive huge markdowns through this promotion. As you can see, Dell covers all bases, providing laptops for both home and business use.

This deal also comes alongside Dell’s Pi Day coupon code, available from now until March 19th, 11:59 p.m. EST, which takes 31.4% off select products.

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Thanks to Slickdealer ttcal for letting us know about the deal.


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Mick Jacobs

If Carly Rae Jepsen and Sabrina Spellman raised a child, Mick Jacobs would be the result. He plays the saxophone, writes about music, and loves his hometown of Cleveland. His work appears in PopMatters, Spectrum Culture, and Pretty Much Amazing, and his own site Secondhand Setlists covers the live music scene in Los Angeles. A proponent of happy hour, the mall, and public transit, Mick loves nothing more than a good deal.

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