Logitech M325 Wireless Mouse For Just $8.99 Shipped From Dell, Or Negative $0.90 With An AMEX Business Platinum Card!

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Also on sale is the Logitech M545 Optical 7 Buttons Wireless Mouse for $15.99 or negative $1.60 for AMEX Business Platinum Cardholders.

Logitech M325 Wireless Mouse For Just $8.99 Shipped From Dell

AMEX Business cards have an AMEX Offer available for 10% off all purchases Dell through 6/30, with up to $1,500 in total statement credits. That offer will drop the price of this mouse to just $8.09.

AMEX Business Platinum cardholders can also register here for $100 cash back at Dell.com every January-June and $100 cash back every July-December. This will stack with the 10% back offer, dropping the price of the mouse to negative $0.90.

If you are looking for one of the best mice on the market, you can also get the Logitech MX Master 2S Mouse for $99.99, which will be a $10 money maker for AMEX Business Platinum Cardholders after both AMEX Offers.

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Jo Ann Friedman

It’s dead


I found the same model just a different color for $8.99 on ebay, search Logitech M325C on ebay and you’ll find it.

Sorry to bother...

The $100 cash back at Dell for platinum card holders means that up to $100? Meaning if I buy something on Dell.com for 69.99 I’ll get 69.99 back, and then an additional 10% back on my card for the other offer? So I’ll make $6.99?


And you’ll still have $30.01 credit to use.

Sorry to bother...



what abought sales tax??


That will change the equation of course, but it’s also eligible for the $100 and 10% credits.