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Shopping portal Rakuten is currently offering 10% cashback or 10x Membership Rewards points for purchases on Dell’s consumer site and TopCashback is offering 11% cashback as well. Either one is a great opportunity to stack extra earnings while using Amex Business Platinum Dell credits. These increased rates are usually only up for a couple of days, so get it while it lasts.
- Shopping portal Rakuten is offering 10% cashback or 10x Membership Rewards points at Dell’s Consumer site.
- Shopping portal TopCashback is offering 11% cashback on Dell’s consumer site.
- (Rakuten) Cash Back is not available on Dell Consumer, Dell Refurbished Computers, or Dell Outlet purchases via Dell Technologies. Cash Back is not available on Dell Business Alliance Systems orders, Dell Employee & Affiliates Purchase Program, Dell Premier Orders, Education orders, Emerging Business Division orders, gift cards, Government orders, Healthcare orders, Internet Service Provider Division orders, Medium & Large Business orders, Dell QTO (Quote to order), and on sales of products and services believed to be sold to parties reselling products and/or services offered by Dell. Dell defines high volume as more than 3 units within 30 days of any system.
Neither offer has an end date listed, but these usually only last for a day or two. Personally, I’d prefer to use Rakuten, as I’ll take 10x Membership Rewards over 11% cashback, but either way, this is a great deal if you have Dell credits to burn.
The terms of both offers exclude gift cards. While I will occasionally redeem the credits for stuff on Dell that I actually need, I redeem most of my Dell credits for Xbox/Microsoft gift cards (which I then sell or load onto my Microsoft Store account). Those purchases have always tracked for me through both Rakuten and TopCashback, but TCB can be fairly rigorous in enforcing the no GC policy on other offers, so YMMV. Both will track easily for normal electronics purchases.
If you do buy Xbox cards, you can use the promo code GAME10 for 10% off. This code only works for one per item per order and the maximum Xbox GC amount seems to currently be $100. In order to fully use the $200 Dell credit and stack with the code, you have to complete separate orders for 2x $100 cards and 1x $25 card for a total of $225 in Xbox/Microsoft credit (which will cost $202.50 after 10% off).
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