In order to purchase a Dell Inspiron laptop computer you must buy it via Dell.com. You can either buy it from the Dell.com Home store or the Dell.com Business store. Promotions offered through each Dell.com channel can vary, but you can almost always rely on the fact that the Dell Home store will offer "secret" coupon codes to get additional money off of your purchase. Here at NotebookReview.com we keep track of these coupon codes. With the Dell.com Coupon tool we display the latest Dell Inspiron Notebook prices along with a valid coupon code that can be applied to save you money. To use the coupon code, simply use NotebookReview.com to search for the Inspiron notebook and configuration you are interested in buying, then click on the link to carry you to the Inspiron configuration on Dell.com. Once at Dell.com you can add the Inspiron to your cart after making any configuration changes, then at the checkout screen look for the area in which it asks you if you would like to apply a coupon, enter the valid coupon code in that text box, click "apply coupon" and your additional discount will be taken off the total price of the computer. If the coupon you enter is invalid or expired, a red text error message will be displayed on the screen indicating why the coupon code you entered does not work.
1. After configuring your Inspiron notebook you'll be presented with the shopping cart screen, notice the area in which you can enter a coupon (circled red).
2. Enter the coupon code you want to use, then click "Apply Coupon", the discount will be taken and shown in red or a red error message will display if the coupon is not valid.
3. Be Careful when using coupons!! Usually a coupon code will beat existing deals and help bring down the price of a Dell laptop. But notice in the graphics above the price is actually WORSE after applying the $100 off coupon because it cancelled out an automatic Dell discount of 10% off. When a coupon cannot be used in conjunction with another deal it is called "non-stackable". When a coupon code can be used in conjunction with an existing discount it is called "stackable". In order to remove a coupon you decide you don't want just click on the "Remove Coupon" link and the previous deal will be restored.
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