These Microsoft 12 Days of Deals offers will surely go easy on your pocket
With holidays in full swing, Microsoft is making a ritzy comeback this year after their last ’12 Days of Deals’ promotional venture.
Microsoft’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals received a massive response from consumers. After such a huge success, the company is planning to stay in the spotlight with their annual 12 Days of Deals promotion.
The promotion is set to last from December 5 through December 16 at Microsoft’s online and retail stores. Consumers will be rewarded with decent savings on PCs, Xbox One games and accessories throughout its run. While most of the deals offered are on Microsoft products, customers will also find specials on products made by other companies, including the Facebook-owned Oculus.
The deals are to commence online and in retail stores from 3 a.m. ET and will be available until supplies last. Without any further delay, let’s take a look at the fantastic deals Microsoft is offering starting Monday.
Microsoft’s 12 day deals
Monday, December 5
On the very first day, Microsoft will be offering up to $1,000 off on computers featuring Intel INTC 1.04% processors. The models and devices available are still unspecified. You will need to visit the store on Monday. Prices start from $199.
Tuesday, December 6
Microsoft will sell the Lenovo Ideapad 110 laptop for $199 on Tuesday. The device is regularly available for $299.
Wednesday, December 7
It will be a jolly day for gamers. There will be a whopping discount of 50% on “select” Xbox One games and several other video games as well. Some titles will be available for $20. The exact titles are still unknown, but the promotional images give us a glimpse of Battlefield 1, Recore, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
Thursday, December 8
Save about $250 on Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 with an Intel Core m3 processor and 128GB of built-in storage. Microsoft is also throwing in a free sleeve to protect it and to look cool while carrying it around.
Friday, December 9
It will be Windows 10 tablets heaven. Althought still unspecified as to which tablets, Microsoft will offer up to 70% off on certain slabs. Pricing will start at $49.
Saturday, December 10
To get things a little more serious in terms of tech, Microsoft will be putting their high-end machines on sale. As part of its Windows Premium Collection, the company says it will offer discounts of up to $250. The lowest price tag will be of $499.
Sunday, December 11
Users will need to pay full price to purchase select Xbox controllers from Microsoft Store. However, they will get a $25 Microsoft Store gift card as compensation.
Monday, December 12
Yet another day for gaming fanatics. Microsoft will let customers keep $50 on select Xbox One consoles and get two free games with the purchase of the company’s gaming hardware. Microsoft is still to reveal the titles which are to be offered. In addition, there will be several Xbox accessories and other games with a cut down on their price tag.
Tuesday, December 13
Wednesday, December 14
Microsoft’s popular Alienware line will get discounts of up to $1,000 with pricing starting from $799.
Thursday, December 15
On December 15, Dell’s PCs will be the star of the day, offering savings of up to 40% on select models. Microsoft didn’t say which computers will be on sale that day, but pricing will start at $199.
Friday, December 16
Last but not least, Microsoft’s Surface line will steal the show with Surface Pro 4 being its star. Discounts of up to $200 will be offered on select models. There will also be a free Type Cover thrown in the bundle, a $359 value.
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