Dell Home Black Friday

Dell is the largest seller of personal computers. They have quality computers at a good price. In fact, the PC I'm using right now to work on this website is a Dell. Dell Black Friday deals will be competitive this year.


Dell Home Black Friday Flyer

Save on Tech During Dell's Black Friday Sale

Dell's deals on their computers and computer accessories are sure to make headlines this Black Friday. Whether shoppers are looking for a new desktop, laptop, or some other accessories, Dell is sure to have an amazing deal.

Starting at midnight Friday, Dell offers a system of rotating door busters; meaning that shoppers can get a different deal on a different item throughout various times (they usually change every 3 hours or so) of the day. Most of these deals are offered online, and they also have "Dell chat" open 24/7 if you have any questions that you would like a sales associate to answer. This makes it incredibly easy to get the door buster deals from home but still getting all questions answered.

Dell offers major discounts on all of their computers and electronics every year on Black Friday. Last year, they had laptops for as low as $200, computer monitors for as low as $100, and desktops with monitors for as low as $200. Since technology changes so quickly and people like to update it often, these prices cannot be beat to get shoppers a new computer system either for their home, office, or for school.

To further the value of their online deals on Black Friday, Dell offers financing options, free shipping, and extended return time for all of their products. This ensures that shoppers will get the best deal possible; and they have the opportunity to change their minds about their purchase if necessary.

About Dell

Dell is a privately owned multinational computer technology company that was founded in by Michael Dell in Austin, Texas in 1984 and is currently headquartered in Round Rock, Texas. Dell sells personal computers, servers, data storage devices, network switches, software computer peripherals, HDTVs, cameras, printers, MP3 players and also electronics built by other manufacturers. They are best known for their "build to order" mentality; but have several other claims to fame as well. They are the largest PC shipper in the United States, the 3rd largest PC vendor in the world, listed as number 51 on the Fortune 500 list, and are the 6th largest company in Texas based on revenue.