Cyber Monday is today and you should hurry up to make the most of these deals that will quickly fade away. Read below to find out what exactly is discounted and what you can get for the 2013 Cyber Monday from Microsoft
Black Friday is gone and I hope that you managed to get some sweet deals from the Microsoft store. But the shopping bonanza hasn’t ended as Cyber Monday is here and Microsoft has prepared some sweet Cyber Monday deals for 2013, as well.
Microsoft is discounting several Xbox 360 games that we’re going to enlist below, as well as many other sweet, sweet deals that include a Xbox One bundle, as well as a seriously discounted original Surface tablet. Find all of them below.
Xbox Cyber Monday deals
- Xbox One Day One Complete Bundle – discounted price of $699.95, was $749.95, (save $50)
- Xbox One Day One Ultimate Bundle – discounted price of $799.99, was $869.93, (save $69.94)
- Xbox 360 4 GB Console with KinectSave – discounted price of $179.99, was $299.99, (save $120)
- Xbox 360 250 GB Holiday Value Bundle – discounted price of $249.99, was $299.99 (save $50)
Surface Cyber Monday deals
- Surface Free Cover Holiday Bundle – discounted price of $528.99, (save $79.99)
- Surface Pro – discounted price of $649.00, was $799.00, (save $150.00)
Xbox Games Cyber Monday deals
These games have a dicounted price from 50% off the regular price until 75% off.
- Far Cry Blood Dragon
- Red Dead Redemption
- The Witcher 2
- Dark Souls
- BattleBlock Theater
- Rayman Origins
- L.A. Noire
- Fast and Furious: Showdown
- Men in Black: Alien Crisis
You can also have a look at our other article on this:
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- Microsoft Store Digital Storage Deals for Cyber Monday
- The Best Microsoft Cyber Monday Deal: $650 of Dell XPS 18 All-in-One!
- Microsoft Store Windows 8 Cyber Monday Deals: Laptops, Ultrabook, AIO
You will also find in the Microsoft Store a lot of deals on bags and sleeves, touch and music accessories, so hurry up. Also, by using Bing Rewards, you get an additional 5% of your already discounted product. So, say, for a $500 laptop you will pay only $475. Ain’t that extra cool?