Dell Memorial Day laptop sale takes $400 off awesome XPS 15

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Dell Memorial Day deals are almost too good to be true — this weekend you can score $400 off the all-new Dell XPS 15, plus $250 off the XPS 13 2-in-1 and $1,000 off LG's 4K NanoCell sets and when you order directly through the company's website. 

But that's not all. Dell's Memorial Day deals are some of the best we've seen, slashing the prices of all tiers of laptops, monitors, TVs, desktops and more. You can score hot devices for up to 50% off if you're looking in the right categories, or simply know to strike when the discounts iron is hot. 

Pay attention to Dell's promotional gift cards, too. When you shop during its Memorial Day event, you could earn credit of up to $200 towards future purchases.

Best Memorial Day Dell deals

XPS laptops: up to $400 off at Dell

XPS laptops: up to $400 off at Dell
This weekend the Dell XPS 13, Dell XPS 2-in-1 and Dell XPS 15 Editor's Choice laptops are on sale for up to $30 off. XPS laptops are some of the best laptops you can get, so why not get them now for less?

Inspiron Chromebooks: up to $150 off at Dell

Inspiron Chromebooks: up to $150 off at Dell
Inspiron Chromebooks are already some of the most affordable laptop options available, but for Memorial Day you can score one with a 10th Generation Intel processor for up to $150 off. 

LG NanoCell TVs:   up to $1,000 off at Dell

LG NanoCell TVs:  up to $1,000 off at Dell
LG's NanoCell sets are among the best TVs you buy, and Dell has select models for up to 50% off. We haven't seen LG TV prices this low since Black Friday. 

Computer monitors: up to $375 off at Dell

Computer monitors: up to $375 off at Dell
Working from home? A monitor will maximize your productivity and make it easier to multitask on any project at hand. Get some of the best monitors on sale during Memorial Day from Dell. 

Kate Kozuch

Kate Kozuch is an editor at Tom’s Guide covering smartwatches, TVs and everything smart-home related. Kate also appears on Fox News to talk tech trends and runs the Tom's Guide TikTok account, which you should be following. When she’s not filming tech videos, you can find her on an exercise bike, mastering the NYT Crossword or channeling her inner celebrity chef.