Microsoft Store Graduation Deals saves you hundreds of dollars
Graduation is an important milestone in one’s life and Microsoft wants to help you celebrate this special day by offering a series of excellent deals until June 18h. Savings include deals on Surface devices, select Windows 10 PCs, headphones, VR headsets and more to help graduates celebrate with a great gift.
Here are the best Graduation Deals
- Surface Pro – save up to $150
These beautiful devices empower the creator in every user. The Surface Pro offers a great balance of portability and performance and is perfect for students who take their device to class.
- Dell Inspiron 13 – save up to $200
The Dell Inspiron 13 boasts an innovative 360-degree hinge and comes with a 13.3-inch Full HD wide-angle display. The device features more screen and less bezel, offering users plenty of room to spread out.
- Dell Inspiron 15 – save up to $170
This one has enough power and speed to get things done. It features 12GB of memory and a storage space of 1TB. These features make it perfect for heavy-duty multitasking.
- HTC Vive + purchase of select VR-Ready PCs – save up to $200
With the HTC Vive, users will enjoy true-to-life immersion in virtual reality worlds thanks to a high-res headset display, amazing graphics, and two wireless controllers with room-scale motion tracking. You can now try it at selected Microsoft Store locations.
- Hyper X Headphones + Xbox One console or PC purchase – save 20%
You’ll hear every detail from your favorite games with these Hyper X Headphones — and you won’t have to sacrifice comfort to do so.
These are not the only deals currently available! For more information, go to Microsoft’s official Store and check out all the offers.
As a quick reminder, deals began April 24th and end June 18th and are available at local Microsoft Stores from U.S. and microsoftstore.com.
Happy graduation and enjoy the discounts!
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