I am a huge fan of Dell this time of year. They have some really great deals, which I feel are underrated! You can right now buy a 60 inch 4K Vizio TV for less than $300 after all the rebates and deal stacking!
TV Deal: 60 Inch 4K Vizio TV for 75% Off!
Over at Dell, you can buy a 60 inch 4K Ultra HD TV, starting at $679. This TV has some pretty solid reviews as well!
Dell is already marking this down 30% from it’s price of $969.99.
This is where the fun begins.
Dell is offering you a $200 e-gift card, which you can use for a future purchase. They have a wide selection of electronics to choose from as well!
Right now you can earn up to 21.5% cash back through BeFrugal or 21% cash back through TopCashBack. I personally prefer TopCashBack, so I would pick them even if I lose 0.5%. I find them to be more reliable.
There were 2 variations of this offer going around. Either you earned $50 cash back or 5,000 Membership Reward points.
Either option is great, because you can use 2 Amex offers for this deal!
Doing the Math:
One of my favorite things about Dell is the fact you can use 3 different credit cards for a purchase. That means if you have multiple Amex offers, you can stack these bad boys for more savings/points
You will first want to head over to TopCashBack or BeFrugal and search for Dell. Click on one of those to save some big money (I’ll be using TopCashBack for my Example)
TV Cost 679.99 (down from 969.99) – $200 Dell e-Gift Card ( for future purchase) – $142.80 from TopCashBack – $100/10,000 Membership Rewards from 2 Amex Offers
The total net cost to you would be $237! Depending on how you value your Membership Rewards, the net cost could be less ( I used 1 cent per point for this example)! This is a great deal for a really good big screen TV.
In my savings, I am accounting for the 30% price cut Dell is offering for today.
You need to hurry since there are limited supplies, but there are TV’s remaining.
If you are in the market for a new TV, this is the time of year to strike. You could end up saving BIG.
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