Yep, it’s November, and Microsoft is already promoting the Black Friday deals it will offer at its retail and online stores.
“Whether you’re an early bird shopper, a deal planner, or a last-minute buyer, Microsoft Store will have great deals for you all season long with expert advice to help you find the perfect gift,” Microsoft’s Kelly Soligon writes. “With our new Give Wonder Guarantee, you are promised our best price of the season. If something you purchase at Microsoft Store is offered at a better price later in the season, you can receive savings back for the difference.”
Most of Microsoft’s Black Friday deals will start on Thursday, November 28 at midnight online and at retail. Some of the better deals being previewed now include:
Surface Pro 7. The i5/8GB/128GB variant will cost just $799, vs. its normal $1029 selling price. Or, you can get the i5/8GB/256GB version for $999, vs. its normal price of $1,329. Even the base model, i3/4GB/128GB, will be on sale, at just $599.
Surface Laptop 3. Both the 13.5” and new 15” models will be $300 off across all colors and finishes, so the starting price will be just $999.
Surface Go. Now at a more reasonable starting price of $299, Microsoft’s least interesting Surface will be on sale for up to $150 off.
Surface Book 2. Select 13.5” and 15” models will be up to $500 off.
Microsoft will also be offering a variety of HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, and Acer PCs at great prices; check out the original Microsoft post for more information. There will also be sales on phones: you will be able to save up to $200 on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and S10 families of phones and will receive free Samsung Galaxy Buds, for example. And you can save up to $400 and receive up to $650 in trade-in credit towards the purchase of a Samsung handset when you finance it with Microsoft’s 24 month/0% financing.
<p>Yes, it's good that Microsoft offers several Black Friday deals but in my opinion Surface Pro 7 is overpriced a bit because I can get options like i5/8GB for the better price in several other shops without any Black Friday discounts. What's the sense to get the same buggy Windows operation <a href="http://www.ebdigest.org/search/windows_operation_system" target="_blank">system</a> with expensive addons as ghostrider mentioned? It's a strange offer I guess..</p>