Today Microsoft kick starts huge Easter sale of Surface Book and Surface Pro
Starting March 28, prices on certain Surface Book and Surface Pro models will drop, as part of Microsoft’s huge Easter season sale.
The company announced that for only a limited period of time, the two models would be available – while stocks last – as part of a promotion, which ends on April 11, 2018.
Last year, Microsoft planned a similar sale over the same period on some of its top products, which included huge savings on the Surface Pro 4, and Windows 10 software.
At the time, Microsoft hid two ‘Easter eggs’ on its online store, which shoppers would have to work hard to find and discover special offers, and money off codes.
This year’s deals, however, have no special money off codes or promotions – and no hidden ‘Easter eggs’ – but, eligible students, parents and teachers will get a special pricing.
Last year, the company ran a spring sale promo on its Surface Book laptops, and most people saw this as a precursor to the release of a Surface Book 2 model.
This Easter deal would probably be perceived as a likely sign that at some point this year, the Surface Pro would get a refresh too.
Visit the Microsoft Store, Currys PC World, and John Lewis to snap up a Surface Book or Pro for yourself, or loved one over Easter.
While you’re at it, check out the Microsoft Store for the new Surface Precision Mouse launched recently by Microsoft. This mouse has three customizable thumb buttons for flawless scrolling, works and switches between three different PCs seamlessly, and can be used with a wired, wireless, or Bluetooth connection.
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