An Inside View Of Dell’s Small Business Cyber Monday 2016 Sale

An Inside View Of Dell’s Small Business Cyber Monday 2016 Sale

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Michael Dell founded Dell in 1984 in his garage. It went public in 1988 and landed on the Fortune 500 list in 1992. Since then, Dell has become recognized worldwide and is best known for their computers and laptops. Today the company focuses on laptops, desktops, computer accessories and other electronics.

If you are looking for a deal on a laptop, desktop or other related item, you may be thinking about shopping around Thanksgiving. It is well-known that you can get great deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. If crowded retail stores and mobs of people aren’t your thing, you may be looking specifically at Cyber Monday shopping. Fortunately, Dell participates in this and their ad has already been leaked, helping you to decide what items you want to buy.

Dell Cyber Monday Small Business Ad, which was leaked on November 3, 2016, is six pages long and features many deals. However, this ad is a bit different than most. Instead of the items going on sale at one time, Dell has decided to space their items out.

They will feature new doorbusters every two hours starting at 9 am eastern time on Monday, November 28 and ending at 5 pm on the same day at Dell.com/cybermonday. Smaller deals will be available all day long. This is intended to keep people coming back to the site and placing multiple orders, while also keeping traffic low enough that the system does not become overwhelmed.

There are a wide array of laptop deals on cyber Monday. One of the hottest items is the Inspiron 15 5000, starting at $499. It can be customized with different options which increase the price, but also ensure your laptop has everything you need in it. There are also many desktop deals, starting from $529. Other highlights include monitors starting at $79.99 and tower servers at $249.99. Printers, keyboards and various computer mouse will also be on sale.

If you are looking to purchase a desktop or laptop computer this holiday season, Black Friday and Cyber Monday typically offer hot deals on these electronics. Ads typically leak online ahead of time, allowing you to determine where the best deal for you can be found. If you are a fan of Dell computers, be sure to take a peek at their Dell’s Small Cyber Monday ad here, as there are many great prices on mid to high end computers.

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