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Same price as cyber monday, but there were rebate sites that gave back $100. There was a SD rebate, but by using the SD link they charged you $749 and then gave you a rebate for $100. I will never trust SD or their rebates ever again. I bought this computer on CM for $649(Dell had it listed at $829) and got $97.50 coming back from a rebate site, $50 refund from Dell as shipping turned out to be 3 weeks, and $19.50 in Dell Reward Dollars. It seemed like it was a good deal if at some point I installed a SSD, but I don't really care for the computer and it has been a bit glitchy, really loud, hot, and kind of slow which is sad considering when I am gauging that off my my 6 year old Dell all-in-one 2320. I essentially bought this computer for $479 and am still debating about buying another laptop and probably going down to an i5 8th gen processor. I sent for a second rebate for $100 and Dell might accidentally refund that $50 a second time which would get it down to $329 which would make it tough to send back, even at $479 it seems to be worth the issues as long as it doesn't over heat in the next year or two. I really need to get a SSD in it and I think it would really improve most if not all the issues I am having with it. Maybe I could sell the processor and buy an i5 to install myself and save even more money.
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Last edited by gigglebutt December 20, 2017 at 08:07 AM.