Dell Inspiron 5000 15.6″ FHD Core i7 Laptop With 512GB SSD For $636.99, As Low As $373.29 For Business Platinum Cardholders

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Dell Inspiron 5000 15.6″ FHD Core i7 Laptop With 512GB SSD For $636.99, As Low As $373.29 For Business Platinum Cardholders

Use code: 50OFF699

AMEX Business cards have an AMEX Offer available for 10% off all purchases Dell through 8/31/20, with up to $1,500 in total statement credits. That offer will drop the price of this to just $573.29.

AMEX Business Platinum cardholders can register here for $100 cash back at every January-June and $100 cash back every July-December. This year that bonus has been doubled for $200 cash back at from January-June and $200 cash back from July-December. That offer will drop the price of this to just $373.29.

Dell allows you to split a charge among 3 credit cards at checkout. If you have multiple Business Platinum cards that means you can get a $100 credit on each one by splitting the charge among multiple cards. If you use 2 cards, that will drop the price of this to just $173.29.


  • 15.6″ FHD 1920×1080 Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Non-touch Display
    • Upgrade to touch screen for $49 more ($44.10 more with 10% off AMEX Offer)
  • 10th Generation Intel Core i7-1065G7 Processor (8MB Cache, up to 3.9 GHz)
  • 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
  • 8GB RAM
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Intel® Iris Plus Graphics with shared graphics memory
  • Windows 10 Home 64-bit English

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The 50OFF699 code was expired as of this afternoon when I tried to use it. To quote the rep I chatted with: “it is end of life. Sorry about that”. She did say that a July 4th sale was starting tomorrow.

Also, on top of the Amex benefits listed above, I had four Amex cards with an offer of “Spend $600 at, get $120 back”.

Looking forward to getting a New XPS 13 on tomorrow’s sale using two cards with $120 back from $600 and the $200 back from the Platinum, 10% off the balance, and the extra points offers… 🙂


Whats the difference between this one and the one you posted on may 20?
Is is the same just with better processor ?

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Would you recommend this laptop? Is it such a great deal?


Why would he post it if he didn’t recommend?

vus vais Ich

it is a very good price


I was waiting for July 4 sure that is fine great deals on laptops but can’t find anytr! I don’t have an amex business card so this doesn’t work for me


Hi Dan,

Last time I purchased something from Dell they didn’t know anything about the 10% discount. Also AMEX didn’t know.

Where do you see this promotion?


Hope this helps

It’s a targeted amex offer, on business cards.


Dead for me


Actually, the Touch screen version is dead but the non touch is still working


Is this a good deal? How does it compare with Black Friday deals? Leaving Amex benefit out if the equation


I can’t tell if it has a numeric keypad. Can anybody find that info?

vus vais Ich

it has one


you can see it in the photos

Texas Totty

Anyone have a tax-exempt account with Dell that can order this for a Mossad? Or does anyone know how to set up tax exemption with them?


Please update the post with $120 off $600 at Dell with Amex offer even for personal accounts.
Thanks so much.



I purchased the one you posted a month ago (with the dell credit…) But i wanna return it and buy the one with the better processor,
If i return it AMEX will take back the $200 dell credit?

Thank you

Is this a better deal?

Oh wow, looks better to me, But lets wait for DAN to answer this for us


is there a way to get the fingerprint feature to unlock the PC? i dont see it


Is the $200 credit per account or per card – i.e. if I have 3 cards on the same business account do I get $600?



If I do not have an Amex card with the Dell benefit (I only have the Bonvoy Amex), which card would you use? Would you still use the Amex (Bonvoy) for their return benefits (extended warranty…) or one of the Chase cards (I have CSP, Freedom and Ink Cash)?


can you run adobe applications smoothly on it? since its only a 1.3ghz cpu


Is this deal still on ? Says out of stock