Microsoft Back to School deals allow you to save big money
Check out the cool new deals on the latest hardware for students and teachers for the back to school promotion now live on Microsoft’s official blog page!
Back to School deals and promotions
Here are the top Windows 10 PC deals offered by Microsoft. Check them all out and get your favorite!
- You can get the Acer Swift 1 starting at $329.
- You can now save up to $125 on select ASUS Q Series Notebooks and desktops.
- You can save up to $250 on Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptops in the US.
- You can get more than 20 devices from Fujitsu featuring lots of services and solution around the world for education. Check out the offers on the company’s official website.
- You can save up to $150 on select HP notebooks and desktops such as the following: HP Pavilion, OMEN, Pavilion Power, and ENVY until August 31 using the coupon and code ‘150BTSDEAL’.
- You can now get a Lenovo N23 (at $249) and N24 (at $279) both running Windows 10 S; they are available worldwide just in time for heading back to school.
- You can get $200 off the Samsung Notebook 7 2-in-1 PC the weeks of 7/30-8/5 and 8/13-8/19 in addition to the $125 Back-to-School deal promotion for students.
- You can get at least $150 off any features laptop from Toshiba that you purchase via the company’s official website until August 31.
- You can save up to $150 on the Surface Pro 4, an incredible device that offers you high portability and performance.
- You can save $200 on HTC Vive with the purchase of select VR-Ready PCs; the HTC Vive gives you a true-to-life immersion in the VR thanks to a high-res headset display and stunning graphics. Just try it out at select Microsoft Store locations.
- You can get 20% off on Hyper X Headphones with Xbox One console or PC.
Don’t miss any more time and take advantage of these fantastic offers.
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