Dell XPS 13 deal with £500 off is back — but could sell out soon

Dell XPS 13
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The Dell XPS 13 has once again had its price cut by a huge £500, easily making it one of the best Amazon Prime Day deals — and it's not even on Amazon!

Yesterday saw Dell cut its flagship XPS 13 by £500, and the deal was so popular, it sold out before the day ended.

The good news is that Dell's Black Friday in July event continues, and today's Mega Deals sees the return of this epic deal.

With £500 off the Dell XPS 13 — which we currently rank as the best laptop money can buy right now — it's no surprise that the deal sold out quickly yesterday, so while it's back in stock now, you'll want to move fast to take advantage of the deal before it inevitably sells out once again.

This incredible Dell XPS deal is for the high-end model that features 16GB of RAM and a 4K screen. Fitting a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 into a 13-inch display leads to astoundingly crisp image quality.

If you're looking for the ultimate premium Ultrabook, then this deal is definitely worth snapping up — and you should act fast, as it only lasts until midnight tonight.

Dell XPS 13 (2019) £1,929 £1,449.99 at Dell

Dell XPS 13 (2019) £1,929 £1,449.99 at Dell
This incredible deal that knocks £500 off the latest Dell XPS 13 is back. It comes with 16GB of RAM, a 13-inch 4K display and speedy 1TB SSD. This deal sold out fast yesterday, and could do so again today, so be quick if you want to snap it up.

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Matt Hanson
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