HP Pavilion Core i5 17.3″ Laptop For Just $449.99 Wth AMEX

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-Add $70 in upgrades and then use the following code for $75 off $599: JUNE75

-Plus save $75 off $350+ with AMEX savings!

-Get another 3%-10% cash back with an AMEX business card thanks to Open Savings.

-You can upgrade to a Core i5 processor and the price after the $75 coupon and $75 AMEX savings will be $449.99.

Specs (Add $70 in upgrades for negative $5):
-Windows 8.1 64
-4th generation Intel Core i3-4030U Dual Core Processor + Intel HD Graphics 4400
Upgrade to 4th generation Intel Core i5-4210U Dual Core Processor + Intel HD Graphics 4400 for $70
-17.3″ HD+ BrightView WLED-backlit Display (1600×900)
Upgrade to 1920×1080 for $90
Upgrade to 6GB for $40
Upgrade to 8GB for $75
-500GB Hard Drive
Upgrade to 8GB for $75
-Add an extra battery for $89.99
-SuperMulti CD/DVD burner
-HP TrueVision HD Webcam with Dual Digital Microphone
-802.11b/g/n WLAN
-Add Bluetooth for $10

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this a good deal?


Very good.


Only upgrade that’s worthwhile is the Processor. Everything else is overpriced, don’t touch the RAM or Hard Drive upgrades


By checkout there is an option to use multiple credit cards, can I use two card for one order and get on each card a $75 credit?


DH, upgrade to i7 or keep as is and add a printer?
printers are overpriced. (and hard to sell)


And by the way the Tax, estimated $47.48


aaron, even if you can, unsure how extended warranty would work, as you are required to put entire purchase on one card.

Jason Smith

Only downsides are that the model does not have Windows 7 drivers if you want to downgrade, the battery is only a 4 cell (and it does not look like they make any larger cell batteries for this model). Figure average battery life is an hour per cell on a new computer, if you can live with that, go for it.


@Jason, Windows 7 is pretty easy to install on any system. All these machines use the same Intel Drivers




Hi Dan,
Thanks so much for all your offers its incredible.
Is this offer still around? If yes plz advice me how to get it cause it doesn’t seem to work for me.
Tnx in advance.