If you don’t pay attention to Dell, please start. There are some great deals to be had there! This is another TV deal, but for a 40 inch 4k Samsung TV.
TV Deal: Stack Offers to Save Up to 75% on 4k Samsung TV!
Link to Samsung Deal
Starting at 2pm, you can buy a 40 inch 4k Samsung TV starting at $329.99. This TV looks to have a 4+ star rating on many sites as well!
Dell is marking this down to $329.99, from their price of $449. Starting your savings off at 27%. When you buy this TV, Dell will also give you $100 e-Gift Card for a future purchase.
Stacking the Deals:
This is probably my favorite part of shopping online. Deal stacking is definitely something I enjoy!
For the rest of today, Dell is earning 21% at TopCashBack and 21.5% at BeFrugal. I personally prefer TopCashBack and will use them for this example.
Dell allows you to use up to 3 credit cards for purchases. A few weeks ago, Amex Offers came out for Dell, where you could earn $50 or 5,000 Membership Rewards after spending $299 at Dell.
For this deal, you could use 1 of them if you have it. If you don’t all is not lost!
Doing the Math:
You will first want to head over to TopCashBack, or BeFrugal to activate your shopping portal bonus. From there you can shop normally.
TV Cost $329.99 (down from $449) – $69.09 from TopCashBack – $100 e-Gift Card from Dell (for future purchase) – $50/5,000 Membership Rewards (if you have the Amex Offer) – $9.90 in Dell Rewards (for future purchase)
If you can stack all of these deals you will purchase this 40 inch 4k Samsung TV for about $101.
If you don’t have the Amex offers, you can still buy this TV for about $150.
Both are solid deals on for a really good TV.
This deal goes live at 2pm and I think it could go pretty fast. If you are interested in this deal, you might want to be prepared!
Buying a really good 4K Samsung TV for about $100 would make for a great gift for someone, or for yourself!
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