Dell currently has a limited-time code for $20 off any purchase of a Dell-branded product with coupon code ?0?5GZL0THNWS2 [100 uses]. The pictured Dell AX210 USB Speakers are $20 - $20 off code = $0 with free shipping.

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    TRB Ben's cred: 33
    Posted 2:22 pm PST 11/26/12

    got one with the quickness

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    zachmedia Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 2:28 pm PST 11/26/12

    Hmmm...entered code, showed 0.00, "paid," order total showed 0.00

    But email shows full billing at 19.99. What?

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    h0tsauce Ben's cred: 58
    Posted 2:39 pm PST 11/26/12

    Dead like a puppy in a Korean restaurant.

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    TRB Ben's cred: 33
    Posted 2:40 pm PST 11/26/12

    same thing as zachmedia

    Hmmm...entered code, showed 0.00, "paid," order total showed 0.00

    But email shows full billing at 19.99. What?

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    acumenhokie Ben's cred: 80
    Posted 5:06 pm PST 11/26/12

    I have a bunch of these laying around. They are worth about $0.00 but are definitely better than nothing.

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    baked400 Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 6:22 pm PST 11/26/12

    This was a trap deal. I feel sorry for the fools such as myself who got suckered into it. The Dell website said $0.00 total to be charged when I clicked submit or purchase or whatever the button was. Then I get an email saying I've been charged $20 plus tax. Nice try Dell but you're not getting away with that trickery. Long story short, after a half an hour on the phone waiting to talk to a rep I got them to cancel the order. The other option would be to get issued a refund AFTER the speakers would have been delivered to my door.
    I suspect the reason I was on hold for so long is that a lot of people probably fell for this, had the same thing happen, and called up Dell's customer service regarding it but maybe it was just busy because its that time of year. To their credit Dell's customer service was good about this whole mess.

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    mrsarkar Ben's cred: 5
    Posted 10:30 am PST 11/27/12

    Did not do this deal myself, but, in general, I take a printout of the order screen before I hit the final submit button. If the price magically increases, I have proof that I can email to Customer Service or even my credit card company.

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    RPJ12 Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 6:21 pm PST 11/27/12

    I am also one of the victim, and I kept running my phone for almost 2 hours and no one from customer services attended my phone. And they are saying worlds best award wining site and they don't have option to cancel order online. Even few small vendor site also have this option.

    I tried to cancel transaction from Credit card company, but it was already processed.

    I hate this.

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