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TechSoup is proud to announce that TechSoup members can now get discounts on Dell hardware at discounts of up to 40 percent.
Your nonprofit or library can save up to 40 percent on Dell products, including laptops, desktops, servers, printers, and more.
Employees and volunteers at your organization can also save on their own Dell purchases. They can save on Dell laptops, desktops, TVs, gaming systems, accessories, and more.
It's simple: Request access to discounted rates on the Dell Affiliate Program from TechSoup, and you're done. There are no annual fees. Then, after one year, you can request access to discounted rates again from TechSoup. Requesting access from TechSoup also means you'll get discounts for both your organization and your employees and volunteers.
How can I get a feel for pricing available through this program without signing up? For example, I would like to know the affiliate price for something like a Optiplex 3020. Can anyone who has signed up share your experience? 30-40% off would be awesome, but "up to 40%" is not that informative. Thanks!
I agree with the other comment. I feel like I'm paying $10 just to see the pricing, which may or may not be good.
I am very frustrated that I can't get an idea of the "discount " we are supposed to and what models are available
s to everyone for your suggestions - please know that we just launched this program and there is more details coming in marketing. Special pricing changes each quarter, but highlighted savings include the below:
Dell current quarter savings include:
Save a total of 35% off select OptiPlex and Latitude PCs.
Save an extra 10% off select XPS Desktops and Inspiron PCs
Save a total of 40% off select Dell Precision workstations
Save a total of 40% off select PowerEdge Servers $1,299 and up
Save an extra 5% off select Dell Electronics & Accessories
Hope this helps everyone!
Dell has a special now offering 35% off some desktops including OptiPlex. Is the 35% offered through TechSoup in addition to Dell's current discount.
Thanks so asking, Dell has a lot of ways to promote their products and there just isn't any way to determine from our side which of the discounts on this special site might be mirrored on the major Dell site from time to time.
It is one of the challenges of bringing onboard discounted offerings from other companies, that they are not always as unique as offers are when they are part of our own TechSoup catalog. In all candor, I would imagine that in this case it would vary depending upon exactly the OptiPlex or other units being offered, but I cannot believe there wold be a total of 70% (aka as 35% + 35%) off one of their computers. Wish I could be of more help here.
Also wanted to try to be as transparent as we can here - so for your first questions regarding the Optiplex 3020 as of today, March 8 I just looked at the Dell main website. The 3020 Minitower on Dell.com lists $570.44 and the same unit on our special Dell site lists for (with savings) $444.79. Again, we can't guarantee the level of savings as they can vary on a day to day basis, but hope this is helpful
Ditto regards it's kind of dumb to make you basically pay for a pig in a poke...sure, it's only $10, but come on? I'm in the midst of making a decision on picking up some refurb Dells through the Soup, but ideally would like to compare what I think I want with what else is available in the new systems before I make a final call.
I am the technology purchaser for our organization, I buy Dell products exclusively and would like to be able to see exactly what prices you are offering before I sign up for the program.
Hey can you get your date/time stamp for the posts fixed? Or is it something at my end. Just posted and it shows a time of 6:46P (posted at 1045A...day's right).
We paid the $10 and want to extend this discount to our staff, what is the process of making personal purchases for our staff?
I agree with the general consent. There's got to be a better way.
So I have to pay $10 to find out what is there and the price that may apply for a while to a few items until out of stock? The thing in a poke, or just a plain brown wrapper.
Really don't like this new system of pay to get information. Seems to be not in the spirit of Techsoup's mission of helping non-profits access technology.
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