Dell Black Friday 2014 Ad – Find the Best Dell Black Friday Deals and Sales

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NerdWallet’s continues its Black Friday series with a look at the ad scans from the biggest and best retailers. Keep checking back to see all the stores on your holiday shopping list. For year-round coupons and deals, too, check out NerdWallet’s DealFinder tool. 

Dell Black Friday 2014

The details of the deals for this year’s Black Friday sale at Dell have been leaked! Check out the electronics seller’s six-page ad scan below:

Here are some highlights from the Dell 2014 Black Friday ad scan above. As expected, Dell has some major deals in all types of consumer electronics. If you are looking for a computer/laptop, try checking some of these deals out:

  • Inspiron 15 (Intel):$189.99 (Doorbuster – Online Exclusive)
  • Inspiron 15 3000 Series (Intel):$379.99
  • Inspiron Desktop (4th gen Intel Core i5 Processor):$499.99
  • Inspiron 15 3000 Series (Intel) (4th gen Intel Core processors & HD Touch Display):$579.99
  • Alienware 13:$999.00

Looking for something smaller? Dell has a good selection of deals on tablets as well:

  • Venue 7 3000 Series:$99.99 (Doorbuster – Online Exclusive)
  • Venue 8 3000 Series:$149.99
  • Venue 8 Pro 3000 Series:$149.99
  • Inspiron 11 3000 Series 2-in-1:$349.99

Looking for something bigger? Dell is also offering a selection of deals on televisions:

  • Samsung 32″ LED HDTV:$197.99
  • LG 49″ LED HDTV with BP340 Smart Blu-ray Player:$449.99
  • Samsung 55″ Smart LED HDTV:$797.99

Got your mind on some games? Dell is also offering sales on video game consoles:

  • Xbox One Holiday Bundle (Includes Assassins Creed: Unity & Black Flag): $329.99 – Online Exclusive 6 p.m. EST Thursday, 11/27
  • PS4 (Includes Grand Theft Auto V & Last of Us:Remastered): $399.99 – Online Exclusive 6 p.m. EST Thursday, 11/27
  • Alienware Alpha (4th gen Intel Core i3 processor): $549.00

Some items are doorbuster-only or have other limited-time offerings, so make sure to check out the ad scan above if you are interested in any of these items!

 

Best Dell Black Friday Deals From 2013

Whether you’re in need of a new laptop, looking for a smart TV or interested in a set of speakers for your desktop computer, electronics retailer Dell offers a range of low-priced products, which you can easily browse and buy at its website, Dell.com.

Last Black Friday, Dell featured dozens of great deals for shoppers looking for electronics and accessories. Starting Thursday evening, sales lasted through Saturday. Dell.com proved a great choice for the stay-at-home shopper looking to avoid the crowds, with discounts up to 50% on PCs, laptops and widescreen monitors. The three-day sale featured “rotating doorbusters,” with different products highlighted at low prices for several hours at a time.

Among the best bargains of last year’s sales were the following laptops, desktops and tablets:

  • Inspiron 15R with touch screen: $699.99 (market value: $1089.99)
  • New Dell Venue tablet: $129.99 (market value: $179.99; online exclusive)
  • Dell Inspiron 15: $199.99 (market value: $379.99; online exclusive)
  • Inspiron 15: $299.99 (market value: $449.99)
  • Inspiron 660 with monitor: $549.98 (market value: $899.98)
  • Inspiron One 20 with full HD touch screen: $349.99 (market value: $579.99)

Shoppers also saw some great deals on other devices, including smart TVs and digital SLR cameras:

  • Sharp 50″ LED AQUOS 1080p 60 Hz HDTV: $498 (market value: $748)
  • Nikon D3200 DSLR: $499.99 (market value: $759.99)

The sales included some great grabs for gamers, such as $100 off Alienware gaming desktops and discounts on Samsung subwoofers and monitors from Dell. Furthermore, the Xbox 360 gaming console with Kinect was marked down from $299.99 to $189.99.

Consumers looking for bargains on electronics should also check out Best Buy, RadioShack and Walmart. If you’re a gamer, make sure to see what GameStop has to offer. For a full list of 2014 Black Friday ad scans, check out NerdWallet’s Black Friday ad leaks page

Written by Melinda Szell

 




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