Free $200 gift card on Dell systems for students, discounted Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p Gaming Laptop

Free $200 gift card on Dell systems for students, discounted Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p Gaming Laptop

Everyone is gearing up to go back to school and our favorite retailers are getting in the spirit. Dell is offering a $200 gift card on select laptops and desktops, perfect to accessorize that new PC or dorm room. We also found a huge discount on the powerful Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p 14" laptop, with new Haswell Core i7 processor and GT 750M graphics. Don't miss the 120GB Samsung 840 SSD with complete laptop/desktop install kit for just $116.99. Scroll down to check out these and the rest of today's hottest deals.

Deals:
Dell Back-to-school Deals for Students: Free $200 Gift Card on select Inspiron/XPS Laptops & Desktops.

14-inch Lenovo IdeaPad Y410p Core i7 Haswell Laptop (59369912) w/8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive, 2GB GeForce GT 750M for $769 with free shipping (normally $1,249 - use coupon code USPY412718 ).

120GB Samsung 840 Series SATA 6Gb/s 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive w/ Laptop & Desktop Installation Kit for $116.99 with free shipping (normally $129.99 - use coupon code 6XR$VZZ$QF35T9 ).

24" Dell E2414H 1080p LED-backlit LCD Monitor w/3-year warranty for $149.99 with free shipping (normally $229.99 - use coupon code 09KT0XGCFHKPSX ).

Dell XPS 13 Core i7 1080p Ultrabook w/ 256GB SSD, Windows 7 for $1,199.99 with free shipping (normally $1,599.99 - use coupon code KD8T76PX1RR$T1 ).

50" Sharp Aquos LC-50LE442U 1080p LED HDTV + $200 Gift Card for $598 with free shipping (normally $598 without gift card).

Linksys SE2800 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch (Refurbished) for $34.99 only (normally $49.99).

Sauder Office Port Executive Desk for $239.99 with free shipping (normally $349.99 - use coupon code SAVE20 ).

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deals are the bane of my wallet but i love them either way.

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ajm531:

deals are the bane of my wallet but i love them either way.

Something like... you gotta spend money to make money.

 

Too bad I don't have enough money.

 

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Prices aren't that bad but I still wouldn't want a laptop to do school work on. I have enough issues when I am away from my desktop and have to use my laptop. That and having a gaming laptop seems like overkill. Id rather spend $2-400 bucks for a power efficent laptop since if I am in school I don't plan on being around a power plug for most of the day than something I "can" play a game on medium settings.

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I know that feeling bro :(

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