Amex Business Platinum Dell Credit Option
My buddy Adam alerted me to a new option on Dell’s website that is a welcomed addition as an Amex Business Platinum Dell credit option. This would be an awesome addition to any man cave, or she shed, out there. Dell recently started selling Arcade1Up machines. These are like those arcade machines you grew up with, at least if you are old like me, but they are made for the home. There are a few good options and with Dell allowing you to split tender up to 3 times this is a really cool option for anyone with multiple Amex Biz Platinum cards and nothing left to purchase.
I showed you a way to burn these credits on Microsoft goods a while back but figured this option was worth pointing out as well.
Arcade1Up On Dell Options
Here are some of the more popular options listed on the site right now and their cost:
- The Simpsons full cabinet – $399.99 (43% off right now)
- Terminator 2 full cabinet – $499.99
- X-Men 4 Player full cabinet – $549.99
- Street Fighter II full cabinet – $399.99 (33% off)
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles full cabinet – $449.99
- PAC-MAN Head to Head Arcade Table – $699.99
- Mortal Kombat full cabinet – $499.99
- Tron full cabinet – $599.99
- Pong Head-to-Head $699.99
- & lots more
Stack For More Savings
If I had space for these I would be jumping on The Simpsons and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles come January 1st when we have $800 in credits hitting. You can make this even sweeter if you wait for a 10% (or 10X) back day on Rakuten. You should earn Dell rewards on these purchases I would imagine too, which is another couple percent back.
Amex Business Platinum Dell Credit Option: Final Thoughts
While this option won’t work for everyone, I am glad to see something kind of unique get added to Dell’s site as a big purchase option. Just in time for the holiday season too! If you have some credits burning a hole in your wallet then you may just be in luck. I know my son would flip if I got him one of these things.
Thanks again to Adam for sending this over to me!
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I bought a couple of these from Dell a few weeks ago. The prices fluctuate quite a bit, for example I picked up the X-Men one for $499 & the Terminator 2 one for $399. VERY heavy boxes, ~80-100 lbs each.
Haven’t had time to put them together yet