Microsoft has kicked off a fairly big labor day sale in its online store, and there are some solid deals to be had on PCs, movies, TV shows and more. In all, the Microsoft Store is offering up to $350 off select PCs, while the Windows Store is offering to shave up to 67 percent off of movies and TV shows.
Here are some of the PC highlights:
- Dell XPS 13 9360 - Save $250
- Razer Blade 14 - Save $100
- Huawei MateBook - Save $350
- HP Envy 27 AiO - Save $200
- Alienware Aurora R5 - Save $200
If you're on the lookout for movies and TV shows, here are some of the bigger highlights of the Windows Store's sale:
- Harry Potter: The Complete 8 Film Collection - $59.99 (was $74.99)
- Kong: Skull Island (HD) - $9.99 (was $19.99)
- John Wick Chapter 2 - $9.99 (was $14.99)
- Mr. Robot seasons 1 and 2 - From $14.99 (was $24.99)
- Westworld season 1 - $29.99 (was $38.99)
There's a whole lot more to each sale, all of which can be found at the Microsoft Store and Windows Store now. And you've got some time to decide, as the PC deals are set to run through September 5, while the movie and TV show price cuts will expire on September 4.
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