Promotion Terms and Details •For every $400 worth of Dell eGift Card(s), the purchaser receives a $75 Dell Promotional eGift Card. •Dell eGift Cards can be purchased in any denomination from $10 - $500. •To consolidate Dell purchased eGift Cards visit www.dell.com/giftcards. •Promotional eGift Card expires 90 days from date issued and cannot be consolidated with any other card. •Any unauthorized reproduction, sale or transfer constitutes fraud. •Offer eligible from May 31st to June 18th, 2013. •eGift Card purchase total is limited to $500 per single transaction. •Please see additional terms and conditions at http://dell.cashstar.com/about/te...onditions/.
bryany127 said: i didn't realize gc's expire. these De11 gcs do, 90 days after purchase/issue. "Promotional eGift Card expires 90 days from date issued and cannot be consolidated with any other card." The paid e-gift cards, the $400 worth of e-gift cards, do not expire and can be consolidated (aka turn more than one paid card into one paid card).
The promo e-gift cards, the $75 e-gift card, do expire and can not be consolidated.
Paid and promo cards can be stacked (used on the same order) if the order is placed via phone or chat. Online orders are limited to one gift card, phone/chat orders are limit to three payments. So options include: --- promo, paid, credit card --- promo, promo, paid (if completely cover cost) --- etc.
For example, if the item wanted was $925.25 all in -- including shipping, tax, etc. -- one could do the promo offer twice receiving 2x$400 paid cards and 2x$75 promo cards. The two $400 paid cards could be consolidated into one $800 paid card. Then, placing the order by phone/chat using use promo, promo, paid, leaving a small balance on the paid card.
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posted: Jun. 10, 2013 @ 1:12p
Over chat, I was able to combine the $400 + $75, plus a coupon (all for an outlet order). My total was under $475 (about $460 with tax), and the rep said they had to charge a credit card for $1 because of this. I got $75 free, so I don't mind.
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posted: Jun. 10, 2013 @ 1:14p
I don't know if Fatwallet pays FatCash for Dell gift cards or not, but I'm hoping to get that as well.
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