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Dude, Where's Your Dell?

We've recently received a number of questions and complaints regarding Dell deals, specifically when items unexpectedly run out of stock.

Dell regularly competes at a high level when it comes to pricing and regularly offers fantastic deals. However, Dell is terrible about informing consumers when an item has sold out. They do nothing to inform them, simply taking them to this Generic Dell Page. Don't ask me why they do this. With their vast resources, infrastructure, and nearly limitless IT expertise, one would expect a clearer flow of information to the consumers that want to buy products from their websites. Unfortunately, the Generic Dell Page is all we get.

We do our best to provide an accurate timetable for the length of a deal, but sometimes they sell out or disappear without warning. Rest assured, that we will continue to keep you informed of unexpectedly out-of-stock products and discontinued sales as soon as we're made aware.

Examples of complaints from users: unhappy, 1tony165, tomfrieder, injules, thiagoca, Colleen, mcskinny

About the Author: Brad Wilson

Brad is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Brad's Deals and Brad's Black Friday, as well as and author of Do More, Spend Less. He loves the game of hunting down the best deals and being able to spread the word to so many others. He is likely travel hacking his way around the world right now, trying to spend his millions of points and miles faster than he earns them!

2 Responses to “Dude, Where's Your Dell?”

  1. Melony says:

    Brad,

    Thanks for the explanation. Keep bringing us great deals!!

  2. Peter says:

    Don’t you think it might be advantegous to NOT post the Dell “deals” if they can’t live up to them? The same concern just surfaced with a deal you posted on a 1TB hard drive that required two rebates to file….and all the posted commnets on their web site that were complaining about being ripped off on the rebate filing. If that is true, why do you promote their “deals?”

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