HP Pavilion 15t Core i5 Laptop For $344.24-$364.99 Shipped With Previously Enrolled AMEX Cards

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Use the following code to drop the price to $414.99: 15D2B75

If you have already saved or Tweeted the $50 off $250 HP offer you will save another $50, dropping the effective price to $364.99. Unfortunately that offer appears to be closed if you didn’t already enroll in it.

-AMEX business cardholders can get another 5% cash back (op top of points) thanks to Open Savings, dropping the effective price to $344.24 if they enrolled in the $50 off offer as well.

-Windows 10 Home 64
-6th Gen Intel Core i5-6200U Dual Core Processor
-15.6″ HD BrightView WLED-backlit Display (1366×768)
Upgrade available to 1080p for $20.
-1TB Hard Drive
-CD/DVD burner
Upgrade available to Backlit Keyboard for $30.
-HP TrueVision HD Webcam with Dual Digital Microphone
-802.11b/g/n WLAN
Upgrade available to Bluetooth for $10.

HT: Yehuda25, via DDF

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4 Comments On "HP Pavilion 15t Core i5 Laptop For $344.24-$364.99 Shipped With Previously Enrolled AMEX Cards"

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If you buy this one don’t forget to add the bluetooth option for 10 bucks! And anyone that doesn’t go for the 1080p IPS display for 20 bucks is crazy!


how much does it usually go for?


@question, In the world of PCs, there is no such thing as “usually” … there’s always a sale or promotion of some sort going on. Only suckers buy PCs at list price without searching for a discount (that is almost always available).


meh, checking out the specs … not impressed. this is a typical black friday sale. a few years back intell introduced atom. the slowest cheapest pos. now they debut i7 6th gen which is worse than 4th gen i5’s. only dif. is power consumption(and makes a 4 cell battery even sellable with this model) and ability to use hardware that uses the new dx12, which as of yet is a empty promise of performance from Microsoft.
im going to wait for better options.