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Dell Inspiron G5 Desktop + $100 Visa GC: i7-9700, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, GTX 1660 EXPIRED

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Dell MPP has Dell Inspiron G5 5090 Desktop + $100 Visa Gift Card for $773.21 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks delz4stels & mrpickem

Note, in-cart click on "Show savings" to ensure the $100 Visa prepaid gift card is included.

Steps
  1. Click here
  2. Scroll down to Hard Drive and select 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD [+$0]
    • Alternatively, you may also choose 128GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD (Boot) + 1TB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s (Storage) [+$0]
  3. Add to cart and proceed to checkout
  4. Apply coupon code 100OFF999
  5. Total will now be $773.21 + free shipping
Specs
  • Intel Core i7-9700 Processor
  • 8GB DDR4 2666MHz Memory
  • 256GB SSD or 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB GDDR5 Graphics
  • Qualcomm DW1810 1x1 802.11ac Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.2
  • Dell Multimedia Keyboard
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • Ports:
    • Front
      • 1x Microphone jack
      • 1x Headphone jack
      • 2x USB 2.0
      • 1x USB 3.0
      • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
    • Rear
      • 4x USB 3.1
      • 2x USB 2.0
      • 1x RJ-45 Ethernet Port,
      • 1x Center/subwoofer LFE surround port
      • 1x Side L/R surround port
      • 1x Front L/R surround port
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Dell Inspiron 5090 Desktop: 9th Gen Intel Core i7 9700 8-Core, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB, Win 10 + $100 Visa Prepaid Card $773.21 + Free Shipping
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Make sure and change to 2 drives at same price and also get 128GB NVMe or you can opt for a single 256GB NVMe drive all at same price. There is no mention on gift card but it shows up in the cart. Pretty good deal considering it's a 9700.
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Just a heads-up. From a recent purchase....these Visa gift cards can be a pain to get. I received no information on how to get it once I received my order. I had to open a support ticket, and then I was given a website to go to. Never received anything, so I opened another ticket and they responded saying I didn't submit the proper proof of purchase they had requested, and they send me an email stating that. Since I didn't respond to that email within a certain time (3 or 7 days). The issue is we have 2 different email archiving appliances and I could confirm that I never received any message from them other than the "thank you for contacting support" email.

Finally after talking with numerous reps on Dell's site, message boards, twitter and the claim support my case was escalated and approved.

I'm supposed to receive the card within 30 days. We'll see.
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https://dellgiftcardpromo.com/us/...cbts/terms

https://dellgiftcardpromo.com/


In order to participate in the Promotion and claim the Promo Visa® Prepaid card, participants must go to www.dellgiftcardpromo.com and complete the online claim form and submit a copy of their proof of purchase (the "Claim").

Claims must be submitted within 30 days from the date of shipment indicated on the shipment confirmation document. The date of shipment indicated on the proof of shipment is day one (1). If claims are submitted after this claim window they will be deemed invalid.
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Make sure and change to 2 drives at same price and also get 128GB NVMe or you can opt for a single 256GB NVMe drive all at same price. There is no mention on gift card but it shows up in the cart. Pretty good deal considering it's a 9700.
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Urggs. these dell credits are so hard to use. Dell sometimes cancel orders without no apparent reason and don't send cancellation notifications. ill pass
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Make sure and change to 2 drives at same price and also get 128GB NVMe or you can opt for a single 256GB NVMe drive all at same price. There is no mention on gift card but it shows up in the cart. Pretty good deal considering it's a 9700.
Thanks added info to post.
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Honest question: I recently discovered the Lenovo scandal and avoided the pretty decent Lenovo deal. As the parent company, is Dell also implicated in this?

Does Dell also design/manufacture their products in China, similar to Lenovo?
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Urggs. these dell credits are so hard to use. Dell sometimes cancel orders without no apparent reason and don't send cancellation notifications. ill pass
Why is Visa cash card hard to use?
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Seems solid. $600 for cpu+gpu alone.
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Honest question: I recently discovered the Lenovo scandal and avoided the pretty decent Lenovo deal. As the parent company, is Dell also implicated in this?

Does Dell also design/manufacture their products in China, similar to Lenovo?
Lenovo is a Chinese company headquartered in Beijing. Dell is a separate US-based company. Both companies have various operations in China
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Ah, thanks for the clarification. For some reason, I thought Dell owned Lenovo... I recall buying a laptop from Dell that was called "Lenovo" or something.

Anyways, so it seems that despite having operations in China, whether it be manufacturing or what-not, that Dell should be relatively safe to use?

If you are talking about the Superfish scandal for Lenovo... I wouldnt worry about it, they have patched it out and honestly there are worse things from American companies like Google, Amazon, and Apple in regards to privacy
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Lol. How do you get 600? 822 with 100visa is 722
600 for the cpu+gpu if you buy them by themselves from a store
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Anyone know what the mobo is on this? Or info on the the PSU and if it can be replaced? Only seeing Ram, CPU, GPU, and storage being listed as replaceable.
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