Pre-order the Surface Pro 3 with £100 deducted through Quidco (UK)

Surface Pro 3

Here's a sweet deal if you're looking to pick up the Surface Pro 3 in the UK when it launches next week. Voucher codes and deals website Quidco has £100 off the Microsoft tablet (through cashback) to match other neat deals available on Windows laptops at various retailers. The only problem with this offer is it expires today, so you better hurry through and make the purchase if interested.

Since Quidco is only supplying a voucher code, the official Microsoft Store is where all purchases will be made for the tablet, so rest assured it's a legit deal. What makes this offer that bit more exciting is Microsoft will kick off sales for the Surface Pro 3 on August 28 here in the UK, but you'll be able to enjoy a full £100 off the £639 price. Check out our previous coverage (as well as our full review) for more details on the tablet.

So, who's picking one up?

Source: Quidco, via: WinBeta


Reader comments

Pre-order the Surface Pro 3 with £100 deducted through Quidco (UK)


Just like the Curry's deal this is also a cash back offer so no, you have to pay for the thing in full and claim the £100 back afterwards.

Also the odd thing I noticed online was that you had to make a claim within 21 days (after purchase) and 60 days. They confirmed that was the case on phone. So basically you can't put in the claim immediately after you made the purchase...

They want to be sure that you're out of the statutory 21 right to a refund (with exemptions)... Sneaky!!!!

That said the deal isn't too bad!

True and Currys cover electronics for 6 years after purchase, you pay for the collection and inspection, they either replace or repair it for free. (However that could be confined to large white goods + TVs). They may have also changed their policy, so the above may no longer be true (TV needed repair last year - 50inch plasma).

I don't know if it was there before, but a new deal appeared specifically for the student edition.... I couldn't resist.
In related news, does anyone want a surface pro 2?

I try to avoid the UK Microsoft store nowadays and buy at a store where the warranty actually means something and you can talk to someone face to face, I'll wait to see if John Lewis offer the new version. Even £100 off isn't enough to tempt me back.