Surface spring sale slashes hundreds off Pro 8, Laptop 4, Laptop, Go, and more

Surface Laptop Go Vs Surface Go
Surface Laptop Go Vs Surface Go (Image credit: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central)

Microsoft has discounted just about every Surface device it sells as part of a spring sale. You can save hundreds of dollars on the Surface Pro 8, Surface Laptop 4, and a wide range of other devices. Many of the deals are for devices on their own, but there are also some bundles available with keyboards or other accessories.

The best deal of the day is likely the Surface Laptop Go. Its starting price is down to $400 for the base model, which is a savings of $150. You can save a bit more if you bump up to the Intel Core i5 model, which is $700 following a $200 discount.

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Surface Pro 8 | Up to $210 off

As Microsoft's flagship 2-in-1, the Surface Pro 8 builds off years of innovation and refinement. It's a convertible PC that can be used as a tablet or like a laptop if you pick up a keyboard.


Surface Laptop 4 | Up to $100 off

The Surface Laptop 4 combines the look and feel of the Surface lineup with a traditional clamshell laptop. The AMD version has a lower starting price, but there are also discounts on Intel models.


Surface Laptop Go | Up to $200 off

The Surface Laptop Go is the most affordable PC from Microsoft's Surface lineup. It trims some of the premium features seen in its more expensive siblings but still delivers a solid experience for people who need a light laptop.


Surface Pro X | Up to $200 off

Since the Surface Pro X runs on an ARM processor, it has good battery life and a thin body. There are options with 4G LTE connectivity or Wi-Fi-only models if you want to save about $100.

If mobile Surface devices are your thing, Microsoft also has a sale on the Surface Duo 2 that brings the foldable's price to just a penny under $1,000. You can also grab that discount at Best Buy and Amazon.

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