Microsoft launches annual 12 Days of Deals with discounted Surface Pro bundle
We're entering the holiday season, and the Microsoft Store is once again marking the occasion with its annual 12 Days of Deals sale.
Things are kicking off with a bang for day one, with Microsoft offering up a solid Surface Pro bundle deal. Priced at $799, the bundle in includes the Surface Pro Core i5 128GB model, a black type cover, and a free sleeve. That's a drop of $329 from what the three would normally cost together.
The full event is set to run through December 17, and each day will bring more discounts. And while Microsoft is keeping its lips pretty tight on what exactly is coming, it has teased what's on the horizon. Here's a look at what's coming up:
- December 7 - Save up to 50% on select Xbox games, while supplies last
- December 8 - Save big on select PCs and accessories.
- December 9 - Save big on select PCs and accessories.
- December 10 - Get big savings on select HP PCs and accessories.
- December 11 - Elevate your game with a great Xbox offer.
- December 12 - Score game-changing deals on a new PC and select accessories.
- December 13 - Save on immersive experiences.
- December 14 - Get a new Surface at a price you'll love.
- December 15 - Get epic savings on the best in entertainment.
- December 16 - Grab incredible savings on select PCs.
- December 17 - This is the Xbox deal you've been waiting for.
Each deal will go live at midnight ET on the day it will be available, so you can check back for more specifics then. In the meantime, Microsoft says it is also offering up a special treat for anyone shopping in its retail stores this weekend. From December 8 through December 10, Microsoft will be giving out a limited-edition Xbox holiday ornament when you pick up an Xbox One S or One X. From December 15 through December 17, any in-store gaming purchase of $50 or more will qualify for the ornament.
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