Product Pricing


Is Purchasing Power pricing competitive?
If you don't want to use cash or credit, then Purchasing Power is the best way to buy. A credit check is not necessary and there are no fees beyond the all-inclusive price.You are not required to make a down payment, but you have the option to make a deposit to decrease your payroll deductions. You won't risk late fees like you would with other financing options because your payments are made through payroll deduction. If you use traditional financing, you will typically end up paying interest at a rate of 18 - 25% over a 3 to 4 year period.

Back to Top

Why are Purchasing Power's prices different from advertised retailer's prices?
Typically, low advertised prices through a retailer may not have the same product configuration and accessories as Purchasing Power. If you compare all the features of a Purchasing Power bundle to a low advertised price, you'll find that you get more value-add with Purchasing Power.

Back to Top

Are the finance charges front-end loaded?
There is no interest or other financing charges with Purchasing Power.

Back to Top

I see Dell is offering 0% financing. What is the interest rate charged with Purchasing Power?
Purchasing Power charges no interest to our customers regardless of their personal credit history. Manufacturers (just like credit card companies) will sometimes advertise a 0% interest to 'Highly Qualified' customers for a short period of time then increase the interest payments for the remainder of the loan, in order to stimulate sales.

Back to Top

Does Purchasing Power charge sales tax on purchases?
Yes. Purchasing Power applies the appropriate state and local taxes to all purchases, based on the tax rate of the state where the product is being shipped to. This is a legal obligation and 100% is passed on to the state in which the product was shipped to.

Back to Top