I'm not sure whether or not Dell counts this as a software deal or a gift card deal that would void Cash Back, or whether or not they will treat promotional and regular gift cards differently for Cash Back purposes... but the Cash Back conditions say Cash Back available on redemption, not purchase, of Dell.com gift cardsI for one will certainly use CB links & make an attempt to collect Cash Back on both transaction.
Are these promotional E-Gift cards actually a regular card which could be sold to PlasticJungle.com? It says right on their page, "We gladly accept... •Gift cards but not paper certificates". I was wondering if anybody has tried.
If you go to the FW Cash Back Stores, and click on the Dell Consumer link, you can get 6% Cash Back. Then find this deal going to the Accessories and Software Sale link from there--it's shimmering right there on the left, $50 promo gift card and all. But I just can't bring myself to order--even though I'd come out ahead with the promo gift cards, I'd likely be tempted to actually try *using* this stuff (shudder). McAfee is SOLYENT GREEN, people!
porapeti said: So basically this is a money maker You can use a maximum of three forms of payment per order. So if you order something worth over $150, you can use only two of these, plus another form of payment to cover the difference. So a max $40 savings in that scenario.
Someone mentioned buying a HD for $90. I assume the price of that HD would be $150. That would be one of the few worthwhile scenarios.
I received the $50 Dell promo gift card in my email today. However, I got only one $50 promo card even though I purchased two of these items in one order. I guess I will have to contact customer service tomorrow.
1chris1 said: Are these promotional E-Gift cards actually a regular card which could be sold to PlasticJungle.com? It says right on their page, "We gladly accept... •Gift cards but not paper certificates". I was wondering if anybody has tried.
yes you can sell it on plastic jungle $44.10 Amazon gift card or $42 cash. I'm going with Amazon credit.
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