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YMMV: Dell XPS 13 9360 i5 8GB 128GB FHD AG (No Touch) Doorbuster Deal at 5 PM EST today - $665 + tax ($649 with filler)

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Posting this deal here to start a discussion to see if it's good or not. Even though it doesn't state explicitly, based on the picture and descriptions I assume it's the XPS 9360 rather than the newer 9370.

https://deals.dell.com/productdetail/132k


XPS 13

8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 Processor i5-8250U
Windows 10 Home
8GB Memory
128GB Solid State Drive
13.3" FHD InfinityEdge Display (Matte, no touch)

This offer should stack with Dell's 10% off and Slickdeals rebate (https://slickdeals.net/f/11630607-slickdeals-dell-home-tiered-rebate-50-off-299-99-100-off-549-99-150-off-799-99-and-200-off-999-99-free-s-h):

$850
- 10% XPSMEM10 code = $765
- $100 SD rebate = $665 + tax


If you find some filler items to get it up to $799+, then the rebate goes up to $150:

$850
- 10% XPSMEM10 code = $765
+ filler = $799.99 (if you find a filler for exactly $35, more otherwise)
- $150 SD rebate = $649.99 + tax

See Wiki for filler suggestions, please post others there as well!

CAUTION:
- XPSMEM10 rebate not confirmed to work for this item. It has worked for the previous Memorial day deals, but this doorbuster item may be excluded, so watch out. YMMV

- Make sure you follow instructions for SD rebate precisely, or you will lose it. Especially don't try to go through a Cashback site!
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Last Edited by konradsa May 28, 2018 at 01:07 PM
Some explanation on the difference between the two models.

https://www.windowscentral.com/de...70-vs-9360

While the 9370 is newer and sleeker, 9360 offers better ports, a matte screen if you don't opt for the touch screen, and better batter life due to larger battery. Weight will be about if 9360 is without touch.

Suggested fillers (needs to be $35 or more):

- $39.99 PNY Turbo 3.0 - USB flash drive - 128 GB - USB 3.0 (http://www.dell.com/en-us/work/sh...d/A7517115)
- $39.99 Dell Premier Sleeve – XPS 13 9360 (https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/s...d/460-bbyo)

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Didn't the older XPS 9360 come with a 7th gen Intel Core CPU?
This is listed as 8th Generation Intel Core i5. That's the newer 9370 I believe.

The XPSMEM10 code is all over their website right now. I doubt it would be risky to use since it's on about 100 images over there
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Didn't the older XPS 9360 come with a 7th gen Intel Core CPU?
This is listed as 8th Generation Intel Core i5. That's the newer 9370 I believe.

The XPSMEM10 code is all over their website right now. I doubt it would be risky to use since it's on about 100 images over there
9360 also has 8th gen cpu models
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Didn't the older XPS 9360 come with a 7th gen Intel Core CPU?
This is listed as 8th Generation Intel Core i5. That's the newer 9370 I believe.

The XPSMEM10 code is all over their website right now. I doubt it would be risky to use since it's on about 100 images over there
No, the 9360 also comes with the i5-8250U. If this were the 9370, this would be a super slick deal, but I am afraid it's not.
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No, the 9360 also comes with the i5-8250U. If this were the 9370, this would be a super slick deal, but I am afraid it's not.
Just snagged a crazy deal off outlet a week ago but these prices are solid for a new model.
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Just snagged a crazy deal off outlet a week ago but these prices are solid for a new model.
How is your outlet experience, was the computer like new, how much did you pay for what configuration? I have been looking at Outlet deals as well, the good ones seem to be gone right now, it appears that Dell just raised the prices by an amount equivalent to their memorial days coupons.
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How is your outlet experience, was the computer like new, how much did you pay for what configuration? I have been looking at Outlet deals as well, the good ones seem to be gone right now, it appears that Dell just raised the prices by an amount equivalent to their memorial days coupons.
honestly it's hard for me to say compared to the normal experience just because of how irregular my purchase was. I almost think it was a mistake because I ended up getting ...

i7 8550u
16gb ram
512 nvme ssd
QHD+ screen

for 679... the laptop came in perfect condition and i couldnt find a single blemish on it. I ended up getting a discounted 2 year extension on premium for 105 bucks as well. I think I just got lucky but I like that dell outlet purchases ( at least for the xps13) comes with premium support which is much better than mail in service.
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Got a 9360 with 8th gen i7, 8 GB RAM and 256GB NvMe drive for $660 plus tax from the outlet about 10 days ago. It looks new.
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honestly it's hard for me to say compared to the normal experience just because of how irregular my purchase was. I almost think it was a mistake because I ended up getting ...

i7 8550u
16gb ram
512 nvme ssd
QHD+ screen

for 679... the laptop came in perfect condition and i couldnt find a single blemish on it. I ended up getting a discounted 2 year extension on premium for 105 bucks as well. I think I just got lucky but I like that dell outlet purchases ( at least for the xps13) comes with premium support which is much better than mail in service.
That is indeed a very good deal, that same setup seems to go for at least twice as much right now. Did you have to use any coupons to get to this price?
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Does this have coil whine? (Loud buzzing sounds from the motherboard) Most XPS 13s have it and Dell refuses to address it with their warranty.
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Got a 9360 with 8th gen i7, 8 GB RAM and 256GB NvMe drive for $660 plus tax from the outlet about 10 days ago. It looks new.
Yeah, no such deals to be seen right now. Looks to me like the outlet raised its prices due to memorial day.
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Not sure if the 9370 is that much better with the lack of usb-a ports. I have the 9360 and it ranks as the best laptops I've had.
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That is indeed a very good deal, that same setup seems to go for at least twice as much right now. Did you have to use any coupons to get to this price?
Sorry, unfortunately it was just one of those i just saw it on the site at 4AM and snagged it. It actually disappeared from my cart during checkout and reappeared randomly during the process and i freaked out. I've heard people saying you can snipe the outlet site once in a while but I guess you have to keep your eye out.
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Not sure if the 9370 is that much better with the lack of usb-a ports. I have the 9360 and it ranks as the best laptops I've had.
Having the 9360 and doing a lot of research...the only thing the 9370 has a big improvement on over the 9360 is the dual heatpipe/fan design which did make a big improvement on thermals. The lack of usb-A is pretty huge for me as well but not having a C does kind of hurt for the future. The battery on the 9370 is also slightly smaller. Oh and the NVME SSD mode is set to TR2 instead of TR4 on the 9360? Apparently that makes the card run as if it's at x2 instead of x4 to reduce heat? I may be slightly wrong on that...i apologize if I am
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