If you haven't picked up a Surface yet and have been waiting for an incentive, here's one. On Black Friday the first 100 people to buy a Surface in a Microsoft retail store will get a special 'Designed for Surface' protective sleeve.
While you're not getting a discount on the tablet device itselt, it's still a $50 item thrown in that you'll probably put to good. Gotta protect that VaporMG casing! It's a nice little deal for those who were already looking on buying a Surface and happen to have a retail Microsoft Store around, maybe like the one in Canada that just opened.
Another deal with the Surface running this weekend in Microsoft Stores and their online component saves you another $50 off a second Surface Touch or Type cover. To get this deal, either buy a 32GB or 64GB Surface with a touch cover and you can then get another cover for fifty bones less. Deals all around this weekend.
No word yet if this deal is available at the pop-up locations, but we'll look into it and let you all know. Anyone plan on picking up a Surface this weekend or waiting for the Pro version to come out?
Source: Surface Facebook
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