Dell Inspiron 15.6″ Core i5 256GB SSD Laptop Just $399.99 Or $159.99 With Business Platinum!

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Dell Inspiron 15.6″ 11th Gen Core i5 256GB SSD Laptop Just $399.99 Or $159.99 With Business Platinum!


  • 10th Generation Intel Core i5-1035G1 Processor (6MB Cache, up to 3.6 GHz)
  • 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
  • 8GB RAM
  • 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-glare LED Backlight Non-Touch Narrow Border WVA Display
  • Windows 11 Home

-Through 12/15 many AMEX business cards also have 10% off at Dell, which will drop the price to just $359.99.

-The AMEX Business Platinum card offers $200 Dell credit in the form of a statement credit to spend every January-June and $200 Dell credit to spend every July-December. You need to register here for the Dell benefit.  After enrolling, the price for this will be $159.99!

Dell allows you to split a charge among 3 credit cards at checkout. If you have multiple Platinum cards that means you can get a credit on each one by splitting the charge among multiple cards!

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they keep cancelling my orders, as think i am a reseller. any suggestions on how to get it thru?

Jack of all trades

Call the Dell 1-800 number they will help you process the order. I had the same issue.


Please note that while the description (here and on Dell) says 11th generation, the specs below say 10th… I believe the price is in line with the 10th as they sent out a mailing that they were going to sell the 10th generation for $400.


Any thoughts on 16:9 aspect ratio vs 16:10? I’m a long time macbook user with 16:10 and wonder if i should be looking for a similar screen ratio in a Dell or is it not a big deal and worth saving the money…


Can you downgrade to windows 10 of not liking windows 11?


99.9% chance that you can