Alive Again! Dell Inspiron 15.6″ Core i5 Laptop Now Just $296.99, As Low As $96.99 With AMEX Business Platinum!

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Update: Alive again!

Update: DEAD!

Dell Inspiron 15.6″ Core i5 Laptop Now Just $296.99, As Low As $96.99 With AMEX Business Platinum!

Signup for Dell email updates here and you’ll get a stackable 10% off coupon within about 1-2 hours. You’ll need to use a new email address to signup, though Gmail dot aliasing will work for that.

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The AMEX Business Platinum card now offers $200 Dell credit to spend every January-June and $200 Dell credit to spend every July-December, dropping the price to $96.99. You need to register here for the Dell benefit. 

  • 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!


  • 12th Gen Intel Core i5-1235U (12 MB cache, 10 cores, 12 threads, up to 4.40 GHz Turbo)
  • 15.6″, FHD 1920×1080, 120Hz, WVA, Non-Touch, Anti-Glare, 250 nit, Narrow Border, LED-Backlit
  • 8GB RAM
  • 256GB, M.2, PCIe NVMe, SSD
  • Windows 11 Home
  • Intel UHD Graphics

You can upgrade this to 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, and Intel Iris Xe Graphics  for $377.99 after the Dell email coupon.

Also on sale is a Core i3 and Core i7 version.

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Great deal!


Bought 2 for the Amex offer – selling the second one for 275 after tax


Now the laptop is 299.99 before the 10 percent coupon.


I don’t see that price.


not getting the 10% coupon?


why don’t you just by it from me for 275?


where are you located?


I might be interested. Location?


Because want to use my amex dell credit


@dan thanks for the “Gmail dot” tip i always used the adding “+” trick…if you add a + with any text before the “@” the email is still sent to you,

m soroka

You can upgrade this to 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, and Intel Iris Xe Graphics for $377.99 after the Dell email coupon.
When I choose this I see $549.99 without the Dell coupon, with it its $495. How did you get $377.99? Am I doing something wrong?


if you take the i7 with 16 gb and 1tb ssd it comes down to 529$


This has been alive for a while now


The Core i3 8GB 512 SSD is $279 before the Coupon, also a great deal.
Cheaper than the 256 SSD option.


Change the core i3 link


Is the upgrade worth it? Or is the i5 with 8gb and 512 ssd the best deal?


The original deal is 256 SSD not 512


Oh yes now I see it switched it to i3 when I clicked on 512. So what’s a better deal and better machine – i3 with 8gb and 512 ssd for $279 or i5 with 256 ssd for $329. I have Amex plat $200 credit plus 10% email offer.


i5 is a slightly better processor, but for just regular computing and more storage for a cheaper price that’s a better deal.


And if you need more than just regular casual use I would get better than that i5. So if the debate is between the two in my opinion I would go for the i3 deal.



I found the i5 512 GB to be cheaper than the 256. I paid $279-10%


That’s i3


@Eli, I think you may have gotten the i3


isn’t the Inspiron 16 2-in-1 Laptop for 399 a better deal?


What specs?


That has a AMD Ryzen™ 5 7530U 6-core/12-thread Processor, which is similar to this i5 and may be better overall though the i5 has more cores.
So if the the 512 SSD and Backlit Keyboard are worth the difference to you, then yes.


Other key points on the Inspiron 16 is the 16 inch display, the aluminum exterior and the foldable feature which hopefully the hinges don’t crack like a lot of the Inspiron 16s.


I cannot see any of the Dell laptop deals on the AMEX website. I have Amex Gold.