How to Save Money on Laptop Computers

Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010 09:59 AM

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There are three ways to save money on laptop computers.

The first way to save money on laptop purchases is to be a smart buyer. Many buyers are not even aware of various discounts that are slapped on brand new showroom laptops by the dealers, or the laptop company itself. Many laptop dealers are giving away digital coupons on their sites right now as you are reading this! These coupons work the same as “hardcopy” coupons, and provide lucrative discounts, if the laptop computers are ordered online.

As a smart buyer, one must be aware of different laptop computer models that are available.

Another way to get laptop computers for cheap is to go hunting for them when there is festivity in the air. It could be Christmas, thanksgiving, a discount sale, or even independence day! Every laptop dealer uses such occasions to sell to customers at discount prices.
 
The next thing to do to get hold of cheap laptops is to adopt them. Ever heard of refurbished laptops? Yes, this is like adopting a homeless electronic gadget! Now, refurbished laptops are returned within 30 days of purchase because they are simply not wanted anymore. But heck, when these refurbished ones look as new as new ones do, who cares? Class A refurbished laptop computers are those that have failed the quality check because of a tiny fault here or there. Honestly, wouldn’t you consider yourself lucky if you got one this way for half its price?
 
Another thing to do is to buy slightly older laptops. A monitor replacement here and a tweak of the RAM there, and voila! You have a grandfather laptop computer jogging alongside the newborn laptops found in showrooms! Certainly an opportunity you shouldn’t miss.

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