Dell Black Friday 2016 Ad Features $99.99 Laptop Doorbuster Deal

Posted: Nov 1 2016, 7:31am CDT | by , Updated: Nov 5 2016, 9:28am CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017

 

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Dell Black Friday 2016 Ad Features $99.99 Laptop Doorbuster Deal
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The Dell Black Friday 2016 ad just leaked in full and high definition color.

The Dell Black Friday 2016 ad features on the cover a $99.99 Laptop deal. The Inspiron 11 3000 Windows 10 Laptop with  Intel Celeron, 2GB Ram, 32GB storage and 11.6" HD display will be $100 off, cutting the price down to under $100. Dell is offering today at 24 Black Friday Flash Sale at dell.com offering the first big discounts of the season.

This Black Friday 2016 bargain laptop will go on sale as online doorbuster deal at 6pm ET on Thanksgiving Day. The 8 page Dell Black Friday 2016 Ad features 37 deals. The first deals go on sale on Wednesday Nov. 23.

Deals will launch again at certain peak times including Thanksgiving 6pm to midnight and Black Friday 8am-8pm. Several featured deals are bundled with monitors, accessories and/or Dell Promo eGift Cards. Items include free shipping, loyalty rewards and extended returns. All Inspiron PCs purchases under $500 receive $20 Instant Off with a Dell preferred account.

Dell is also launching today, November 1 a 24-hour today deal with up to 35% off a limited selection of laptops, desktops, TVs and accessories. This Dell sale starts today at 8am ET and will end on 11/2 8am ET on dell.com.

The Dell Black Friday 2016 ad reveals also the first incredible Xbox One S Black Friday 2016 deal. The Xbox One S 500 GB Battlefield 1 Bundle with Gears of War 4 and extra Xbox One Wireless controller will be on sale for $249.99. Shoppers save $170 on this Xbox One S Black Friday deal.

The Dell Black Friday 2016 ad is featuring also coveted Black Friday TV deals. The 55-inch LG OLED 4K TV with Blu-ray player and $150 eGift card is going to sell for $1,999.99, you save over $2,000 on this state-of-the-art OLED TV.

Dell Advantage Loyalty Rewards members can shop the Black Friday 2016 doorbusters early on Nov. 16-18 and 21-23 starting at 11 a.m. ET each day. Joining Dell's membership program is free.

Dell has announced the Dell Black Friday 2016 deals in a press-release today. See the full Dell Black Friday 2016 Deals list.

Today, November 1, Walmart and Amazon have launched the early Black Friday 2016 sales. The Black Friday 2016 season is officially underway. The first Black Friday 2016 deals are already worthwhile to start shopping. Amazon offers for the first time a 55-inch LG OLED TV for under $1,000.

The full Dell Black Friday 2016 ad scans will be available on Black Friday site BFAds. Today's Dell 24 hour Black Friday Flash sale is available on dell.com. Read about the best Dell deals available in today's Flash sale.

The early Black Friday 2016 deals are on sale now. It is never too early to get ready for Black Friday. We have compiled everything you need to know about Black Friday 2016 in our Black Friday 2016 guide. Find all Black Friday 2016 Ads as soon as they are released in this Black Friday 2016 Ad list including the highly anticipated Walmart Black Friday 2016 ad.

The first Black Friday 2016 ads are already released and the first early Black Friday 2016 Sales are underway. Read also everything we know about the Amazon Black Friday 2016 sale, which we predict will be largest Black Friday sale in history. Black Friday 2016 is on November 25. The Black Friday 2016 sales begin as early as November 4. Read the latest Black Friday 2016 news.

 

 

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