Microsoft's annual 12 Days of Deals holiday sale is now in full gear, and the company is serving up another new batch of deals. For the third day of the sale, Microsoft is offering savings on a number of Lenovo PCs at the Microsoft Store, slashing prices up to $500.
The selection of PCs is decently split between standard laptops and gaming PCs. Here's a look at what's on offer:
- Lenovo Ideapad Flex 5 14 2-in-1 - $500 (was $819)
- Lenovo Legion Y720 Gaming Laptop + Lenovo Windows Mixed Reality Headset - $1,198 (was $1,598)
- Lenovo Ideacentre Y700 gaming desktop - $679 (was $829)
- Lenovo Legion Y520T - $749 (was $899)
- Lenovo Ideapad Flex 5 15 2-in-1 - $849 (was $899)
- Lenovo Ideacentre Y720 Cube gaming desktop - $799 (was $1,019)
- Lenovo Legion Y520 - $929 (was $1,179)
- Lenovo Ideapad 710S - $1,129 (was $1,249)
- Lenovo Legion Y720 gaming laptop - $1,099 (was $1,329)
- Lenovo Ideapad 710S - $1,279 (was $1,439)
- Lenovo Ideacentre Y710 Cube gaming desktop - $1,399 (was $1,699)
- Lenovo Ideacentre Y900 gaming desktop Razer Edition - $1,999 (was $2,599)
All of these deal will be available throught today, December 8. Microsoft will kick off its fourth day of deals starting at midnight Eastern time on December 9 with up to $500 off select Dell PCs and discounts on accessories.
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