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Answers to your questions about Dell gift cards
Where can I purchase Dell gift cards?
If you know someone who is the market for a new computer, consider picking them up a prepaid gift card for one of the best and most reliable computers on the market-- a Dell laptop or desktop. Dell offers gift cards that customers can purchase in-store at one of their many authorized retailers. You can choose to purchase either a plastic gift card or an electronic gift card up to $500 for delivery either by email or U.S. mail.
Where can Dell gift cards be used?
Your Dell gift card is eligible for use at dell.com or at 1-800-727-6000 to purchase items or services with Dell. Keep in mind that gift cards are only redeemable in the United States, and will not be honored if items are shipped to another country.
Can I use a Dell gift card at Best Buy?
Although retailers such as Best Buy carry Dell products, you are not allowed to redeem your Dell coupons at Best Buy. In order to use a gift card, you would have to purchase a Best Buy gift card and use that for your items.
Where can I check the balance of my Dell gift card?
If you’ve forgotten how much you have available on your Dell gift card, no problem, Gift Card Granny makes it easy to check your balance.
Can I use my Dell gift card online?
Yes! All of Dell’s gift cards can be used online for any purchase you need. They can also purchase services such as monthly support should you need it. You can also use your gift card to purchase items and services over the phone as well, at 1-800-727-6000.
Will my Dell gift card expire?
No, Dell gift cards do not have an expiration date. Keep in mind that promotional gift cards do have an expiration date, so make sure you use those as well. There are no maintenance fees associated with your Dell gift card either, making it available for use whenever you need it.
Dell started out in the 1980s as the dream of Michael Dell, a university student who believed he could transform the way that computers were marketed and sold. By eliminating the need to have computers sold through a retailer, Dell sought to bring computers directly to the people. At the same time, Richard Egan and Roger Marino were seeking out new ways to create memory boards with better reliability and higher functioning power, and making them adaptable for both personal and business use.
These two companies merged in 2016, in what is still considered one of the biggest and most influential tech deals ever done. Dell’s product has a global reach, and their reliable systems and machines are sought after by customers who know they are receiving a great machine that is backed by superior tech support.