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Dell Consumer Black Friday: Eneloop 8AA+4AAA+Charger $24.99 + 4% Cashback from RFD

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Dell Consumer Black Friday: Eneloop 8AA+4AAA+Charger $24.99 + 4% Cashback from RFD

The real Dell Canada Black Friday Sale EARN CASH BACK (Consumer) is now online. This is the one that a lot of people have been waiting for -- low prices on Ultrasharps, and... Eneloops! Take a look:
  • Dell UltraSharp U2412M 24-inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor - $249.00
  • Dell - S2740L 27-inch 1920x1080 IPS Monitor with LED - $299.99
  • Dell Ultra Sharp U2711 69cm (27-inch) Monitor with PremierColour - $679.99
  • Microsoft LifeCam HD-3000 - $19.99
  • Panasonic Eneloop Charger Kit - 1 x Charger, 8 x AA ,4 x AAA - $24.99
  • CANON CANADA INC. EOS Rebel T2i 18 MP CMOS SLR Camera Bundle - $529.99
Shipping is free, and for Black Friday & Cyber Monday, you earn 4% cashback for Dell purchases when you shop via RedFlagDeals cash back!



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And another one! Here, we have the Dell Black Friday Print Flyer.

Here's a taste of what you'll find inside the print flyer:
  • Inspiron 15 w/Core i3 Proecessor (2nd Gen), Windows 8, 4GB RAM, 500GB HD, DVDRW - $349.00
  • Dell ST2421R 24" HD Monitor - $149.99
  • Inspiron 15R Special Edition Laptop w/Core i7 Processor (3rd gen), Windows 8, 8GB RAM, 750GB HD, Radeon 7730M, 1080p display - $799.99
  • Sony PRS-T2 Touch-Screen eBook Reader with Wifi - $99.99
  • Western Digital My Book Essential 3TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive - $129.99
  • Xbox 360 Special Family Edition 4GB Kinect Family Bundle - $199.99
  • Inspiron 14z Ultrabook w/COre i5 (2nd gen), Win 7, 6GN RAM, 500GB HD + 32GB MSATA - $599.99
  • Canon EOS Rebel T3 DSLR w/18-55mm Lens (Brown) - $379.99
We expect there will be a number of offers NOT listed in the flyer as well... stay tuned.
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Deal Addict
Apr 19, 2011
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Thank you. Waiting for this.
Rule No.1 here: Buy first, Think afterwards.
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After look at the flyer, nothing speical.
Canon EOS Rebel T3 DSLR w/18-55mm Lens (Brown) - $379.99 is like regular.
Panasonic 50UT50 for $799, $100 cheaper than FS/BB.
LG 50PA6500 for $600. FS/BB selling for $700 right now. Only $100 cheaper.
50UT50 selling at Sears for $700 last September. $799 from Dell for BF is suck.

So, for BF day, DELL Canada is Suck too.
Rule No.1 here: Buy first, Think afterwards.
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Nov 10, 2011
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are we able to get the 2.25% cash back with black friday deals?
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Kanata
Booo, was hoping for a 13/14" ivy bridge laptop under $400 with Windows and matte screen. We'll see if anything like that comes around.
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How's the $349 laptop in the flyer, any good for a new user: Inspiron 15 w/Core i3 Proecessor (2nd Gen), Windows 8, 4GB RAM, 500GB HD, DVDRW - $349.00
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What's the deal on that monitor? I can't find any specs. How is it compared to the u2412m?
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annnd the link is down :(
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Not bad for the LG 50PA6500. I bought it a few months ago at $649.
It's a nice looking set and performs well, but has really -really- bad glare. It's like a huge mirror. It's much worse than my old Philips 42" plasma from 7 years ago. It is also experiencing a fair amount of IR (image retention) still even after a few weeks of break in... So, be weary. I wouldn't recommend it for heavy gamers or people who watch programs with tickers on the bottom all day.
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Thanks Advil for your input. Any other input/opinions on the LG 50PA6500? I almost bought it for $699 at Newegg yesterday and this is $100 cheaper. My biggest concern is glare though the room it's in I keep the blinds closed but there are a few lamps.

I'd love to buy the Panasonic 50" but as stated above, not the best deal according to it's history. Maybe I should wait. CNET rates the Panny excellent and the LG only good. Probably worth the $100 more when comparing lowest price history. I think I may wait for the Panny to come down in price.

Thanks, still going to think about it though.
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Any opinions on laptop? Seems decent at that price. Unsure about Windows 8 tough
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Sep 9, 2012
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The wrong ultrabook is on sale! I was really hopeing for a better price on the XPS 14's
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Just got this in the mailbox today too. Anyone have anything (constructive) to offer about:
Western Digital My Book Essential 3TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive - $129.99

thx
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Advil_Yum wrote:
Nov 21st, 2012 10:14 am
Not bad for the LG 50PA6500. I bought it a few months ago at $649.
It's a nice looking set and performs well, but has really -really- bad glare. It's like a huge mirror. It's much worse than my old Philips 42" plasma from 7 years ago. It is also experiencing a fair amount of IR (image retention) still even after a few weeks of break in... So, be weary. I wouldn't recommend it for heavy gamers or people who watch programs with tickers on the bottom all day.
Thanks Advil for input. I was thinking to get 50PA6500. I might as well pay $100 more and get Panny 50UT50.
Rule No.1 here: Buy first, Think afterwards.
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