Microsoft is offering a heck of a deal for football (American) fans as we approach Super Bowl Sunday. Right now, in addition to a $200 discount on select Surface Pro 4 models that kicked off earlier this week, Microsoft will also let you throw in an NFL Type Cover for free.
That $200 discount only applies to two specific Surface Pro 4 models. The Core m3 model with 128GB of storage is available for $699 (down from $899), while the Core i5 with 128GB of storage moves from $999 to $799. Throw in the free NFL Type Cover, and that's an additional $159 in total savings. Not bad.
That said, you can add the free Type Cover to any model. If you're okay with skipping the $200 discount on those two models in lieu of something with higher-end specs, you can still snag a Type Cover featuring your favorite NFL team's logo for free.
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