Dell Small Business: 25% Off Refurbished Dell Latitude Laptops

Posted: Sep 14 2010, 9:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 14 2010, 9:07pm CDT, in Shopping | Notebooks and PCs

 

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Dell Small Business takes 25% off its factory-refurbished and off-lease Dell Latitude notebooks in its Outlet section via coupon code "3KPRKX6KBRM$10". (Click "Dell Outlet" under "More Ways to Shop" on the left side of the page to find them.) That's tied with an expired mention from 10 days ago as the largest percent-off coupon we've seen for use on these systems from Dell Small Business this year. Most orders receive free shipping and sales tax is added where applicable. Note that the cheapest items sell out quickly. All systems are covered by a 1-year Dell warranty. Coupon ends September 15 or after 2,000 uses.

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