Microsoft Store is now offering its final Holiday Super Sale

Khushaar Tanveer avatar. By: Khushaar Tanveer
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If you haven’t checked out the Microsoft store in the past months, now is your last chance to do it. Microsoft has been giving away its gadgets with generous discounts on several occasions. Be it Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or its 12 Days of Deals. To end this festive season on a high note, Microsoft is offering its final Holiday Super Sale.

The Holiday Super Sale began on December 17, and will last till December 24. Although, if you want to avail this sale, you’d have to place your orders by December 20 at 9:59 a.m. (PST) to be delivered on December 24. Shipping charges are off the table but may be applicable after the time limit.

So, hurry up and become a part of this ultimate shopping frenzy. As you might not get a better chance to save big bucks on such hi-tech gadgets. Whether you want to treat yourself or make your favorite tech person’s holiday special, Microsoft has got you covered.

The Holiday Super Sale page gives you easy access to all the holiday deals from the Microsoft Store. The deals extend from the Surface line to consoles, laptops, accessories, and tablets.

Microsoft’s Holiday Super Sale deals:

The Holiday Super Sale is offering massive savings by giving big discounts on Windows 10 Mobile flagships, reviving the gift code with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive deal, and making a comeback with their PC sale. Here is a highlight of a few of the meatiest discounts the sale has to offer:

To find the full listing of deals, visit the official Holiday Super Sale page.

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