It seems that Microsoft is trying hard to get rid of its Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 devices. Every week, the tech giant changes the details of their offers but the product remains the same.
Last week, we brought you a series of Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 deals from the Microsoft Store. At any given moment, the tech giant was offering a discount of up to $250 if you bought one of these devices or a 10% discount to French customers, Insiders and students.
Now, Microsoft has another interesting offer for the US market. If you buy a Surface Book or a Surface Pro 4, you can get a free wireless Xbox controller or a $100 discount on the Surface Dock:
Bundle and save: Get a free Xbox Controller and Wireless Adapter for Windows, or $100 off Surface Dock with purchase.
The Xbox Controller and Wireless Adapter has a price tag of $79.95. If you are not into gaming, the best choice would be to go for the $100 discount simply because there’s more in it for you.
The offer is valid until April 30 under the following terms and conditions:
Offer valid from April 1, 2016 to April 30 2016. Offer is available while supplies last. Available in Microsoft retail and online store in United States (Including Puerto Rico) only. Not valid on prior orders or purchases; cannot be transferred or otherwise redeemed for cash or coupon code(s). Not combinable with other offers. Refunds will take into account the discount. Price discount does not include taxes, shipping or other fees.
Speaking of Surface Book and Surface Pro 4, if you fear you’ll encounter battery issues, rest assured: Intel rolled out three specific updates targeting exactly those issue. Once the updates are installed, you will be able to enjoy your Surface experience to the fullest.
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