$779 2405 FPW in US at Dell, with coupons

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  1. sbb155 macrumors 6502

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    I had to let you gentlemen and ladies know.... this is the best price yet.. won't last long
     
  2. macbaseball macrumors 6502a

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    First, when you post threads like this you probably should include the coupons. Secondly, this offer you are talking about is for Dell Small Business, meaning it's not for consumers. I'm not sure if you have to prove you have a buisness, but it's wrong just to order it.

    BTW, in case someone owns a , here's the code:

    $1199 - 35% off coupon code: 629P2JKBS7CWWD (exp 7/20,11:59am CDT) = $779 w/ free shipping.
     
  3. Superhob macrumors regular

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    FYI, anyone can order from dell small business. They do not check and/or care if the buyer has a business or not.

    This is an incredible deal considering the Apple 23 ACD costs about $720 more...Almost double!
     
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  5. runninmac macrumors 65816

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    Wow thats quite a deal! Thanks for posting now if only I had a ton of money I could burn...
     
  6. acedickson macrumors 6502a

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    I'm glad someone posted that deal. I saw it a couple hours earlier but it's storming and the power had been out for me.
     
  7. macbaseball macrumors 6502a

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    If they don't care, then why do they have the Small Buisness Section. They could just have one big section, if they didn't care who bought from which section.
     
  8. runninmac macrumors 65816

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    No need to get mad at someone for posting a deal for people to use. Some people may think its wrong to order it off that part but other people may think its just fine.

    Probobly the reason why they have it split into divisons is to make it easyer for the average person to navigate.
     
  9. Superhob macrumors regular

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    They have to differentiate between the product lines to streamline the sales process and to lessen any confusion for the consumer. On their home & home office site, they sell consumer desktops, inspiron notebooks, mp3 players, etc. On the business site they sell Lattitude notebooks, servers, and so on.
     
  10. Vlade macrumors 6502a

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    I used coupon codes to get a 19" dell with a small business account. I actually ordered for my business in my sig, but they never verified as far as I know.

    Thats a great deal, half the price for a bigger and better monitor than apple!
     
  11. ITASOR macrumors 601

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    I ordered from DELL Small business. All they asked was the name of the business. I said "Captain Humor" (http://captainhumor.com). They guy said ok and proceeded with the credit card order.

    Like someone mentioned, it's just to organize better.
     
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  13. andiwm2003 macrumors 601

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    well, i wasn't so creative. but today i 1) startet my own smal business :rolleyes: and 2) ordered me a dell (monitor) :D .

    is there anybody at macrumors left without a dell monitor? rethorical question. i know there are some people around with more emphasis on style and quality than me. but what should i do, money rules.
    :eek:

    EDIT:

    yep, my order just was confirmed. seems i have a small business now :eek:
     
  14. SurfinSHELL23 macrumors regular

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    Damn. Now that I had just thoroughly convinced myself that it was OK to go the 699 for the ACD20 instead of the Dell20 for 400, this comes up! I'd have to be nuts not to go the $80 more... argh!

    Brian
     
  15. cwright macrumors 6502a

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    And I just bought my 2405FPW last week for $900+tax :(

    Excellent monitor though! :)
    Here's some pics of my setup:
    http://homepage.mac.com/cwright3/PhotoAlbum55.html

    I couldn't believe the shipping time... it shipped last friday and arrived this afternoon!
     
  16. barneygumble macrumors 6502a

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    Hey nice setup i have to get me one of these things, are they easy on the eyes, does anyone know of any coupon sites for dell australia, right now they are $1440AU which is inexcess of $1000US i know they can be had cheaper but cant find em :confused:
     
  17. sbb155 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    shipped!

    I just received notification. I ordered yesterday, shipped today!
     
  18. andiwm2003 macrumors 601

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    i don't know about dell specifically. but some of my friends work in sales. the distinction between small business and home users is purely for organisational reasons.
    -they have sales people more used to talk to pros and more patient sales people talking to privat users.
    -they also use this distinction to learn about their market segments.
    -the users on the other hand get a service more tailored to their needs.
    -there are sometimes different warranties, service agreements and taxes attached to the product.

    but at least my friends see no moral reason to not use a similar deal in their markets (biotech, computer, clothing, tools).

    so i think its fine to use that deal even if you're not really a business owner.
     

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