Holiday Deal: Buy a Windows 8.1 Tablet or PC, Get $25 as Gift Card

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Black Friday and Cyber Monday have ended but there are some more sweet deals that Microsoft has prepared for you. Read below to see what we’re talking about.
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Microsoft has published recently on the Windows Experience Blog a new holiday deal for those of you who are looking to buy a tablet or a Windows 8.1 PC this month of December. In October, Microsoft also released the Windows Store gift cards option and now Redmond is announcing a new sweet deal. Brandon LeBlanc from Windows said the following:

To celebrate apps this season, when you buy a new touch PC or tablet running Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 at a participating U.S. retailer you’ll receive a promotional $25 Windows Store gift card to purchase your favorite apps and games in the Windows Store. The offer runs until December 28th, 2013 – or while promotional gift card supplies last.

Read Also: Windows 8.1 Tablets with Intel Bay Trail 64-bit Chips Coming in Q1 2014

The participating retailers in the holiday gift card deal from Microsoft include Amazon, Best Buy, Office Depot, Walmart, Microsoft Stores, Staples, Office Max Fry’s Electronics, Staples, Newegg.com, and Sam’s Club. The deal ends on December 28, so hurry up.

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