September 28

Dell.ca: Save $200 to $300 of Your Next Computer With These BargainMoose Exclusive Deals

Posted by on September 28, 2012 at 3:00 PM

Dell.ca: Save $200 to $300 of Your Next Computer With These BargainMoose Exclusive Deals

It’s good to be a Bargainmooser, isn’t it? Dell Canada and Bargainmoose have joined forces to form the Voltron of awesome computer deals. Check out the awesome prices and awesome products we have lined up for you!

These are the coupon codes you need for this sale:

  • Coupon Code: 1ZHLGGQWW$HLTH
  • Discount: Save $300 off select Dell All-in-One Computers
  • Expiry: 12th October 2012
  • Coupon Code: ZB1?1TQXW1HH22
  • Discount: Save $200 off select Dell Laptops and All-in-One Touchscreen Computers
  • Expiry: 12th October 2012

There are essentiall three products on sale here:

You should know that the prices I put on there are the “starting at” prices. You can customize these systems which will inevitably bring the price up.

These are some great systems. My wife actually owns the Inspiron 14R and it works great; solid build quality and fantastic value. I have never personally used a Dell All-in-One but both of the units available here have great ratings. The XPS Ones havea a 4.4/5 customer review and the Inspiron Ones have 3.7/5. I looked through a few of the ratings and it seems like a lot of the bad ones are just people overreacting to some issue they had. That is quite normal, unfortunately.

I want to talk about that just for a moment here. I have an Asus Transformer TF101 with the dock. It has broken three times and each time I’ve had to send it back. Would I recommend it to someone? Of course! It’s an outstanding product! My specific unit happens to be a lemon but there are tons of people out there who have had no issues with the product. It drives me banana sandwich when people freak out because a product breaks. It seems to be worse with computers. People will say things like, “It was working for the past 6 months so why is it broken now?” and get really mad at the company because their computer broke. Let’s look at the situation with another product though. Let’s look at your car. If you get in your car tomorrow morning and it doesn’t start, you don’t call Ford and yell at them because the car doesn’t work. You don’t say, “I don’t understand, it worked 12 hours ago when I parked it, why isn’t it working now?!” No, you suck it up and bring it to the mechanic to have it fixed. So please, please, before you go online and lambaste a product because it broke down, just ask yourself if it’s a bad product or if it simply broke like everything else does.

Aaaah, that feels better. Ok, on to happier, less controversial topics! Sales! This really is a great sale and a great opportunity, especially with Christmas coming up soon. The touch screen computers specifically would be great for kids at Christmas since the touch interface is a very intuitive one. My toddler just loved playing with my tablet and phone because the interface makes sense to him. Poke this, something happens. A mouse and keyboard holds very little interest beyond the noises they make when you poke at them.

If these don’t interest you we have a ton of other Dell Canada coupons in our Dell Coupon Code section.

(Expires: 12th October 2012)

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1 Comment to “Dell.ca: Save $200 to $300 of Your Next Computer With These BargainMoose Exclusive Deals”

  1. wishfish says:

    I just wanted to say that I love that you said it drives you banana sandwich. I don’t know if you are referencing what I am normally referencing when I use this phrase, but it’s awesome anyway.

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