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Dell Advantage customers - $100 Dell Promo eGift Card w/ purchase of Galaxy S4 (2 yr. agreement required)

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Last Edited by eazyeaze June 18, 2013 at 06:08 PM
Dell Advantage customers get a $100 Dell Promo eGift Card [dell.com] with the purchase of a Galaxy S4. Dell Promo eGift cards expire after 90 days.

Dell Advantage is free to join [dell.com]. Click on "Preview This Month's Exclusive Offers" and you will see the deal listed there also.

Prices [dell.com] (when I used my zip code, YMMV):

Verizon - $159.99 upgrade. $129.99 for new accounts.
Sprint - $219.99 upgrade. $119.99 for new accounts.
T-Mobile - $279.99 upgrade. $249.99 for new accounts.

Dell mobility orders are fulfilled through a third party, Simplexity, LLC. You can not use eGift cards or Dell Promo eGift cards at the Dell Mobility Store.

"*Terms and conditions apply. This offer is sponsored by Dell Inc. $100 Dell Promo eGift Card offer valid on up to 5 lines with purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S 4 smartphone activated to a new Sprint, T-Mobile or Verizon Wireless account or added to an existing account, with 2-yr. service agreement purchased through this online retailer. Limit of five (5) $100 Dell Promotional eGift Cards per approved order placed between 12:01 AM EST 6/1/2013 and 11:59 PM PST 6/30/2013. Excludes business or government accounts. In order to receive your Promo eGift Card(s) you must maintain your account in good standing for at least 14 days. Your $100 Dell Promo eGift Card(s) will be sent separately from your purchase via email within 4-6 weeks to the email address provided at time of order. Promo eGift Cards are limited time offers and carry a 90 day expiration. Offer subject to credit approval and may require a deposit. Standard early cancellation fee and activation fees apply. Carrier network limitations apply. Separate terms and conditions apply to the purchase of the phone. Dell Promo eGift Card is not valid for the purchase of additional smartphones or accessories on http://mobility.dell.com. Detailed terms and conditions related to the use of the Promo eGift Card can be found at www.dell.com/giftcard/promoterms.

Dell offers are fulfilled by Simplexity, LLC, an authorized dealer for Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Offers are available with select service plans and a two-year subscriber agreement, and are subject to eligibility check by Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, including credit approval or deposit for new customers. Discount will be invalid if the rate plan is changed to a lower monthly service rate, or if equipment is transferred to another line of service. Activation and early termination fees apply. Additional restrictions apply, see terms and conditions for full offer details. Not all U.S. markets are served by Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Offers are available for a limited time and are subject to change."
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Last Edited by leoniv June 9, 2013 at 02:57 PM
Price has since dropped to $129.99 for both the black and white S4 on Verizon. The $100 eGift card is still available per line (I received two), and now the $35 activation fee per line is waived via a credit on your first bill.

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I posted the same link to the previous Dell Samsung S4 deal they had earlier as I got a email this am.. Seems like a good deal if you need to upgrade and are a Dell advantage member.
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Quote from Phyxius View Post :
I posted the same link to the previous Dell Samsung S4 deal they had earlier as I got a email this am.. Seems like a good deal if you need to upgrade and are a Dell advantage member.
Oops. Sorry. I searched and didn't see. Mods please delete if repost!
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Oops. Sorry. I searched and didn't see. Mods please delete if repost!
Not repost at all....Keep your link active....I just happened to post it a few minutes after you did but on the other post before seeing yours...LOL I put a link back to yours also as it has better details on a better deal than the other.

Great deal for people looking for the phone and are a advantage member....
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great deal if you need a phone AND a laptop

BUT Dell does not waive $35 activation, so this really is only worth $65.
Last edited by funkmasterta June 3, 2013 at 11:20 AM
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Damn, I just bought the Verizon Galaxy S4 through Dell on Friday for the $50 gift card.

I just now signed up for the advantage program and plan to call them to see if it's possible to get bumped to the $100 offer. (The phone won't arrive until tomorrow, and the gift card can take a few weeks to be sent out, so I'm not sure how far along processing it's gone).

Any suggestions on how to convince them to bump me up to the $100 offer? Anyone have experience with this?
Last edited by Magic815 June 3, 2013 at 11:36 AM
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Quote from funkmasterta View Post :
great deal if you need a phone AND a laptop

BUT Dell does not waive $35 activation, so this really is only worth $65.
So the 50 deal was worth only 15?
Verizon also charges a 30 upgrade fee for people due for one so either way its a added cost. Verizon wont waive the 30 upgrade fee either for existing customers...
So its actually a carrier fee and not Dell fee deducted from the card value per see......different things.....


Dell also sells lots of software, mice, keyboards and other that can be bought. Its not just for Laptops...I had a bunch of 40 and 50 dollar cards I bought for accessories and the like with.
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This pushed my over the edge, Thanks!
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Quote from funkmasterta View Post :
great deal if you need a phone AND a laptop

BUT Dell does not waive $35 activation, so this really is only worth $65.

If I work for a company that gets fees waived, wouldn't my activation be waived? If so I might have to hop on this, looking to leave Sprint anyways
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If I work for a company that gets fees waived, wouldn't my activation be waived? If so I might have to hop on this, looking to leave Sprint anyways

Best bet would be to contact Verizon and see how they would work it.They may credit back the fee.......We get discounts and 28% off service if bought through Verizon direct but not 3rd party...

Its through a 3rd party as stated here:
Dell offers are fulfilled by Simplexity, LLC, an authorized dealer for Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Offers are available with select service plans and a two-year subscriber agreement, and are subject to eligibility check by Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, including credit approval or deposit for new customers. Discount will be invalid if the rate plan is changed to a lower monthly service rate, or if equipment is transferred to another line of service. Activation and early termination fees apply. Additional restrictions apply, see terms and conditions for full offer details. Not all U.S. markets are served by Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Offers are available for a limited time and are subject to change."
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Best bet would be to contact Verizon and see how they would work it.They may credit back the fee.......We get discounts and 28% off service if bought through Verizon direct but not 3rd party...

Its through a 3rd party as stated here:
Dell offers are fulfilled by Simplexity, LLC, an authorized dealer for Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Offers are available with select service plans and a two-year subscriber agreement, and are subject to eligibility check by Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, including credit approval or deposit for new customers. Discount will be invalid if the rate plan is changed to a lower monthly service rate, or if equipment is transferred to another line of service. Activation and early termination fees apply. Additional restrictions apply, see terms and conditions for full offer details. Not all U.S. markets are served by Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Offers are available for a limited time and are subject to change."


Damn, yea I get 25% discount through work on sprint/verizon but Sprint sucks in this area
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I also got the $50 card from a few days ago. Chatting with dell - they won't adjust. I was going to just buy with the $100 card and cancel the other one which will arrive tomorrow - but now my upgrade date is 2 years out so I'm not eligible to order another one. I'm considering just cancelling my order and let everything settle out and hope for another deal in a few weeks. Dell is just stupid for refusing to price match within the return period - they advertise free return shipping so they're just losing money.
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I also got the $50 card from a few days ago. Chatting with dell - they won't adjust. I was going to just buy with the $100 card and cancel the other one which will arrive tomorrow - but now my upgrade date is 2 years out so I'm not eligible to order another one. I'm considering just cancelling my order and let everything settle out and hope for another deal in a few weeks. Dell is just stupid for refusing to price match within the return period - they advertise free return shipping so they're just losing money.

That's what I've been told as well.

It sounds like what I'm going to need to do (if I want to get the $100 promo offer) is to:

1. Refuse delivery or RMA my original order
2. Wait for the phone to be returned to dell
3. Dell notifies Verizon that the phone has been returned and tells them to refund my upgrade eligibility on that line.
4. Once upgrade eligibility is restored (could easily be a week out from now), I place a new order with the $100 promo. (And hope the promo is still going on then).

Pretty dumb of Dell, if you ask me. I'm still considering if it's worth the effort/time.
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I'm still considering if it's worth the effort/time.
yeah, especially since I'm not sure what I'll even use the promo card on in the next 90 days.

the fine print on the $100 offer page does state:

"Limit of five (5) $100 Dell Promotional eGift Cards per approved order placed between 12:01 AM EST 6/1/2013 and 11:59 PM PST 6/30/2013. "

so maybe the $100 offer will be going on through June 30.
Last edited by osslickd June 3, 2013 at 03:20 PM
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