If you have online banking with Bank of America, they will subsidize your Dell PC purchase to the tune of $100.
Of course, here’s the fine print, enlarged so you don’t get fooled.
To qualify for the $100 cash rebate, the customer must have one or more products with Bank of America, enroll in Online Banking (new enrollments only) between 10/30/06 – 1/19/07 and purchase a Dell computer through www.dell.com/bankofamerica between 10/30/06 and 1/19/07. The customer must then submit a rebate request through www.bankofamerica.com/onlinerebate and supply the Dell Service Tag number, full name, home mailing address and Online ID. If the customer meets the requirements above, they will receive a direct deposit of $100 into their checking or savings account within 60 days of submitting the rebate. If the customer does not have a checking or savings account with Bank of America, a check will be mailed to the address on record with the bank within 60 days of submitting the rebate.
Bank of America offer available only on Dimension™ E521 desktop and Inspiron™ E1505 notebooks.
Sucks if you already have an account, but I guess you could open a new one!