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DealNN: 17-inch Alienware for $1,399 and more

updated 03:36 pm EST, Tue February 4, 2014

17-inch Alienware for $1,399 and more

Currently at Dell, buyers can get a 17-inch Alienware gaming laptop computer for $1,499. Use coupon code '2M66J?BPVPP$F3' to drop the price down to $1,399. That's about $70 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else. This model features a 2.4GHz Intel i7 (Haswell) processor, 8GB of RAM and a 750GB hard drive, with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit pre-installed. A one-year warranty on parts and labor is included.

This week, TigerDirect.com has reduced the price of the Seiki 39-inch LED 4K/2K Ultra HDTV when coupon code 'SCM116101' is used at checkout, bringing the final price down to only $399.

A $180 discount is offered on the Nikon Coolpix P330 digital camera in black today at B&H. That brings the price down from $377 to $197, making it about $70 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else.

Walmart.com is offering a 40 percent price cut on the Philips SoundBar speaker, which has been reduced from $80 to $48, beating the next lowest price by about $54. Shipping is about $5, but buyers can choose in-store pickup and waive the shipping cost.

The Toshiba Satellite 15.6-inch laptop computer is available today only from BestBuy.com for $260. That's $20 off the regular price of $280, and about $80 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else.




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