Dell back to school savings offer excellent discounts on today's best Dell and Alienware laptops and accessories. If you're shopping around for a new PC, gaming rig or must-have peripherals, now is a great time to save.
For a limited time, our exclusive coupon "LAPTOPMAG5" takes an extra 5% off select laptops. In some instances, you can stack your savings via coupon, "50OFF699" for extra $50 off select laptops priced at $699 or more. Or, take an extra $100 off via coupon "100OFF1499" for laptops priced at $1,499 and up.
Bargain shoppers can enjoy Dell sitewide discounts (opens in new tab) on laptops, tablets, and monitors. The sale also includes solid price cuts on business laptops (opens in new tab), 2-in-1 laptops and gaming laptops.
Generally speaking, you can find great Dell deals throughout the year as well as on Prime Day, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday. Beyond Dell's direct online store, retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart — just to name a few, offer discounts on Dell products. That said, it's always worth price checking against Dell's direct price to get the best deal.
Best Dell deals — Quick links
- New Dell XPS 13 Laptop w/ Mobile Wireless Mouse: $1,179 now $930 @ Del (opens in new tab)l (opens in new tab) via coupon, "LAPTOPMAG5"
- Dell XPS Laptops: up to $732 off select Dell XPS 13 and XPS 15 Touch (opens in new tab)
- Dell Inspiron Laptops: up to $260 off traditional laptops and 2-in1s (opens in new tab)
- Gaming Laptops: up to 41% off Dell G series and Alienware gaming rigs (opens in new tab)
- PC Monitors: up to 40% off productivity and gaming monitors (opens in new tab)
- Gaming Accessories: up to 30% off gaming keyboards and mice (opens in new tab)
Today's best Dell deals
Among all the Dell laptops out there, the XPS 13 is top tier. The latest model packs Intel's 11th Gen Tiger Lake processor, which gives it a nice performance boost. In our Dell XPS 2020 review, attractive, premium chassis, powerful performance and bezel-less display.(opens in new tab)
If you're looking for a powerhouse, the Dell machine, the XPS 15 is the laptop to get. Don't let its stylish, 0.7-inch thick aluminum design fool you, it performs just as well as it looks.
In our Dell XPS 15 (2020) (opens in new tab)review, we loved its attractive premium chassis, bright, vivid, super high-res display and excellent audio. The laptop's great overall and graphics performance impressed us so much that it won our Editor's Choice award.
In terms of configurations, we recommend getting it with a Core i9 CPU, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, and GTX 1650 GPU if you want workstation-like power. Alternatively, you can opt for a model with a 4K OLED display, which is enough to make your MacBook Pro-toting friends jealous.(opens in new tab)
The brawny Area-51m gaming laptop is thoughtfully designed to appeal to hardcore gamers and Alienware enthusiasts. It's the first Alienware laptop to house an eight-core processor and a GeForce RTX 2080 GPU under the hood. Moreover, it's one of the first gaming laptops we've seen that lets you upgrade the CPU, RAM, storage and GPU.
As we note in our Alienware Area 51m review (opens in new tab), we were impressed by the machine's gorgeous space station aesthetic, excellent overall performance and upgradeable hardware. While it's one of the pricier gaming laptops out there, the Area 51m's power and upgradeability are worth the splurge.(opens in new tab)
Business professionals will benefit from the extremely powerful performance and long battery life of the Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1. Thanks to its unique proximity sign-in feature, the Latitude 7400 offers the peace of mind security professionals want in a laptop.
We reviewed the Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 and its modern design, killer performance and 13+ hour battery life won us over.
Mirroring some of the best characteristics of its sibling, the Dell XPS, this sleek convertible sports a thin and lightweight, premium looking chassis. For its size, the Latitude 7400 2-in-1 has an ample selection of ports for maximum connectivity options on the fly.