Dell Black Friday deals: XPS 15, G5 gaming laptop, and more


Dell launched its holiday shopping plans for Black Friday and Cyber Monday on Oct. 15, two weeks before Halloween and just after the dust settled on Amazon’s annual Prime Day extravaganza. 

While its first round of early deals ended on Nov. 1, the next wave starts on Nov. 2 with access to all non-doorbuster Black Friday sales running through Nov. 28. Next, daily doorbuster offers begin on Nov. 15 and the complete doorbuster experience launches Thanksgiving morning at 10am and runs through midnight, then restarts at 8am on Black Friday morning and goes until 10pm that night. Finally, Sunday, Nov. 29 sets off a new round of deals in anticipation of Cyber Monday, when hourly doorbusters are on offer from 8am to 10pm, before ending on Dec. 7.

Dell Inspiron 15 3000 laptop for $179.99

$140 off


Before you settle in for your Thanksgiving meal, this budget laptop will become available at its special price starting at 1 p.m. on Nov. 26. For under $200, this Inspiron 15 3000 features an Intel Celeron processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 128GB solid-state drive.

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Dell XPS 15 laptop for $799.99

$150 off

You’ll have to wait until noon on Cyber Monday (Nov. 30) to grab the 15-inch version of the popular XPS laptop. It’s an especially good deal if you don’t mind the slightly older Core i5-9300H processor that’s included.

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Dell Vostro 15 5502 business laptop for $819

$330 off


Corporate road warriors — or work-from-home warriors — can get a powerful business laptop for a great deal beginning at 4 p.m. on Cyber Monday. The well-stacked Vostro 15 5502 features a latest 11th-generation Core i7-1165G7 processor, 8GB of memory, 512GB SSD, Nvidia GeForce MX330 graphics and full HD display.

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More Black Friday 2020 deals

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