Microsoft has announced a new bundle deal for students in the U.S. and Canada. Those folks can save at least $300 when purchasing either a new Surface Book or Surface Pro 4 with an Xbox One from now until August 14.
The Surface + Xbox One Bundle for Students deal is available on the Microsoft Store site, as well as in the company's retail stores in the U.S. and Canada, The bundle includes:
- Your choice of Surface Book or Surface Pro 4
- Xbox One console, plus extra Xbox One controller
- Free select game of choice
- $50 Microsoft Store gift code
This bundle deal does not apply to any pre-order items, so you cannot get the upcoming Xbox One S, or any future games, with this bundle. In addition to K-12 and higher education students, the bundle deal is also available for parents purchasing on behalf of students, education institution employees, faculty, staff, school board and PTA/PTO executives for K-12 and higher education institution.
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