Black Friday Microsoft deals live from today and to continue through the week

 

Yes, you would love to get an Xbox for the holidays and a Black Friday deal on the console would be the ultimate but don’t worry if you can’t get one. Early deals for Black Friday have begun on other Microsoft products and there are some huge discounts on select computers, peripherals and even software.

You can save hundreds of dollars on certain devices. Some deals are already live and the tech giant has said that it will continue to offer deals through different retailers throughout the week,

Microsoft has put forth a list of several devices with good discounts from today. The below mentioned list is not a complete list though it covers many of the biggest deals on its Surface line of products by the software and hardware giant. There will be many more deals in the next seven days.

Some of the deals are as follows:

The Microsoft Surface Pro 7 (Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 256 GB) is available for $1099.99. That is a discount of $400.
The Microsoft Surface Pro 7 (Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB) is $200 off and available for $699.99.
The Microsoft Surface Laptop Go (Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM 256GB) is available for $699.99 with a $200 discount.
Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse is available at less than half its original price for $24.99 with a $25 discount.
Pick an Xbox Game Pass for PC for $1. It’s not a typo. The pass has $29 discount for a three-month subscription.

Other deals that are available from November 19 or later. Details will be available on our site and Microsoft and other retail sites.

Up to $600 off on select PCs from November 19
Up to $150 off on select Surface Go 2 models from November 19
$50 off Office Home & Student 2021, available for. $99,99 from November 25.

There will be deals available throughout the week at

 



 

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