Microsoft’s Cyber Monday Deals Are Now Available

The Microsoft Store is offering some good deals on Surface PCs, Xbox Wireless Controllers and games, and more if you’re not all shopped out already.

“To give customers confidence to shop early and know they won’t miss out on a deal, Microsoft Store is offering the Microsoft Store Promise, including free 2-3-day shipping, a price promise guaranteeing our best price of the season, extended free holiday returns until Jan. 31, 2021, and expert help when you need it,” a Microsoft representative told me. “Additionally, to help shoppers find the best products to fit their needs, Microsoft Store is now offering 1:1 personal shopper appointments, where customers can book time with a Microsoft Store product expert.”

You can learn more about these 1:1 sessions on the Microsoft website. As for the Cyber Monday deals, they’re available on the Microsoft Store website. Some key deals include:

  • Save up to $430 on select Surface Pro 7 and Type Cover bundles
  • Save $320 on select Surface Laptop 3 models
  • Save up to $20 off Xbox Wireless Controllers
  • Save up to 55 percent off select digital games
  • Save $250 on the Acer Spin 5 2-in-1 PC (model SP513-54N-56M2)
  • Save up to $600 on select PCs
  • Up to $550 off Samsung Galaxy S20 Essential Bundle (plus get up to $700 cashback on trade-in)

Check out the Microsoft Store’s Cyber Monday page for more.

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  • George Rae

    30 November, 2020 - 5:08 pm

    <p>After reading your comments on Xbox series I looked around today. Costco had One S on sale for $249 and 24 months live for $94. Just did the $1 upgrade to ultimate. </p>

    • michael_jones

      01 December, 2020 - 12:51 am

      <blockquote><em><a href="#596827">In reply to Sectime:</a></em></blockquote><p>Costco has also had the best deal on a Surface Pro I've ever seen (I needed a new computer, so bought one): Core i7, 16/256, with pen and keyboard for $1100. You can't get that exact configuration on the store (they all have 512 GB drives at that memory), but they price out for over $1600 without the pen.</p><p><br></p><p>Only compliant is the i7 model has an active fan that runs quite a bit, though with headphones on for zoom calls I don't hear it much.</p>


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