Microsoft to discount the Xbox One S, Surface devices and Windows 10 PCs on Black Friday
Black Friday is almost here and it seems that Microsoft is already talking about the discounts that some of its products will receive. So, if you are looking to purchase an Xbox One console, a Surface tablet or a Windows 10 PC, then you’re in luck as you could save a good amount of money.
According to reports, you could save up to $400 if you purchase a Surface device during this year’s Black Friday. At the same time, while Microsoft will offer the Xbox One S at a very low price, there will also be big discounts on games that you will be able to purchase digitally.
The Surface Pro 4 that comes with an i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD will be priced at only $999, which is about $430 cheaper than its usual price. On the other hand, the Xbox One S will have a starting price of only $249. There will be also a price reduction on the Xbox Live subscription, which will cost you $10 less than usual.
Microsoft’s Black Friday deals will be available on its official online store starting from Wednesday, November 23 at 9 pm PST and on Thursday, November 24 and in all physical Microsoft stores.
Below we will list some of the offers that will be available:
- Save $429 on Surface Pro 4 with a Type Cover.
- Save $50 on select Xbox One or Xbox One S bundles with a $25 gift card plus a free select game.
- Take advantage of great deals on Office with $20 off Office 365 Home and $30 off Office Home & Student.
- Buy an unlocked Lumia 950XL or unlocked 950 and receive a Microsoft Display Dock for free.
Are you planning to buy one of Microsoft’s products on this year’s Black Friday?
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