What you need to know
- Microsoft is giving away a Solitaire-themed Surface Pro 8.
- You can enter for a chance to win the 2-in-1 through Microsoft Rewards.
- The giveaway ends on March 16, 2022, and is open to residents in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, and Germany.
Microsoft's Surface Pro 8 may not be the best gaming laptop, but that could change soon, at least if you're into Solitaire. The company is giving away a limited-edition Solitaire Surface Pro 8 through Microsoft Rewards. You can exchange your reward points for a chance to enter the giveaway, which runs through March 16, 2022.
The back of the limited-edition Surface Pro 8 features the graphic that appears when you win a game of Solitaire.
There's only one Solitaire-themed Surface Pro 8 up for grabs. Each entry for the giveaway costs 200 reward points. If you want to go all out, you can get 150 entries for 5,000 points. The winner of the device will also get a Surface Slim Pen 2, a Surface Pro Signature Keyboard, and a one-year subscription to Microsoft 365 Family.
Microsoft Rewards is giving away a Solitaire-themed Surface Pro 8. Join and receive a free entry for a chance to win. Open to residents of US, UK, CA, DE and FR. Ends March 16. https://t.co/f18FIxwcBf pic.twitter.com/Vl6i9WVa3UMicrosoft Rewards is giving away a Solitaire-themed Surface Pro 8. Join and receive a free entry for a chance to win. Open to residents of US, UK, CA, DE and FR. Ends March 16. https://t.co/f18FIxwcBf pic.twitter.com/Vl6i9WVa3U— Microsoft Surface (@surface) February 17, 2022February 17, 2022
To enter for a chance to win, you have to be a resident of the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, or Germany.
Of course, if you want the best Solitaire experience you can get on a computer, you'll want to subscribe to PC Game Pass (formerly known as Xbox Game Pass for PC). If you have a PC Game Pass subscription, you can download the ad-free version of Microsoft Solitaire.
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