Google (Canada)’s (Canada-based) search engine has been providing coupons for more than a year now, but that hasn’t always been the case.
For example, in December of last year, the search giant added two Dell coupons to the list of coupons it offers: one for $50 off a new MacBook Pro (2015) and one for a Dell Inspiron 7 (2015).
These deals were valid for one year.
However, the Dell coupon was discontinued in February of this year, and Google’s search engine didn’t include them in its search results.
The search engine is still adding these coupons to its search list, but the search engine isn’t listing the coupons for all Dell products.
Google has removed the Dell coupons from its search engine, as well.
The new Dell coupon is valid for up to one year, but it can only be used once per registered Dell customer.
This means that the coupon can only work for a limited time.
Dell said in a statement to Computerworld that the Dell and Inspiron coupons are still valid for an additional 30 days after they expire.
Dell also told us that customers who have purchased the new MacBook or Inspiron with Dell’s $10 coupon are eligible for a free Dell credit of $10 off a Dell product of their choice.
If you’re looking to buy a new laptop with a Dell, the new Dell coupons may be worth a look.
But if you’re interested in a brand-new MacBook Pro or a Dell notebook, it may be a good idea to get your eyes checked out before you commit to the purchase.