Alienware Offers $200 For Your Old Console When You Purchase A New PC

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As the specter of the next generation of gaming consoles looms large on the horizon, there’s certainly a case to be made for rolling with a gaming PC instead of an Xbox One or PlayStation 4, and Dell’s Alienware is sweetening the pot by offering a $200 cash back incentive.

When you buy a new Alienware gaming rig, you can trade in your old console and get $200 cash back; the same deal applies for old PCs. After you buy your new Alienware system, you can visit the Alienware Trade Up Portal and provide a copy of your receipt and your bank information. Then you’ll be given a prepaid shipping label to print and instructions for sending the old device and any power cables into Alienware.

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After a 40-day period in which Alienware will process and verify your trade-in, your $200 will show up in your bank account.

Alienware X51 rigs start as low as $499, meaning that you can ultimately get a lower-end gaming PC for as little as $299, but of course most will succumb to the temptation to put together a more robust system, such as this beastly thing that costs $4,499 as configured. Or maybe something in between.
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RBloch replied on Mon, Oct 28 2013 12:16 PM

Lol, they're so overpriced that is still not worth it.

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Exactly, you'er still getting ripped off.

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RWilliams replied on Mon, Oct 28 2013 3:00 PM

Overpriced or not, I find this kind of humorous. Viva la PC gaming!

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ajm531 replied on Mon, Oct 28 2013 9:46 PM

ummmm unless i still had a pentium based system im pretty sure i could more than 200$ for my current rig. I paid 900$ to a friend who built it so yeah im sure a could get more than that. I would love an alienware computer though.

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