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Today's Microsoft discounts reach gaming PCs, Xbox One consoles, and more

Hp Spectre X360 13 Late 2019
Hp Spectre X360 13 Late 2019 (Image credit: Windows Central / Daniel Rubino)

Memorial Day deals may be over but Microsoft still has a few stellar discounts available on PCs, the Xbox One S, and more for a limited time. Coming across great Xbox One deals is hard enough without the added struggle of finding the console in stock, but luckily the Microsoft Store has the Xbox One S console available right now and you'll even score a free game with the purchase (opens in new tab).

For $299, you'll receive the Xbox One S 1TB console (opens in new tab) along with an Xbox Wireless Controller, and you'll also have the choice between adding Gears 5 or Forza Horizon 4 to the bundle at no additional cost.

Meanwhile, Surface Pro bundles are on sale (opens in new tab) starting as low as $699.99. These bundles each include the new Surface Pro 7 along with a Type Cover, and at up to $330 off, it's a smart way to get your hands on this versatile laptop/tablet combo without paying full price. You can choose between Surface Pro 7 models with Intel i3, Intel i5, or Intel i7 10th generation processors, equipped with 4 GB, 8 GB, or 16 GB of RAM, respectively.

More traditional laptops can be found discounted by up to $930 in a separate sale (opens in new tab) at Microsoft, featuring not just computers for casual use but gaming laptops and business PCs as well. For instance, you could score the biggest deal in the sale by picking up the Razer Blade RZ09 Gaming Laptop (opens in new tab) that's now up to $930 off and starting at $2,199. Along with a 15.6-inch Full HD display, this model is packed with Intel's i7 8th generation processor, 16GB RAM, and 512GB storage. Alternatively, it can be upgraded with a 256GB SSD before checkout.

If you're not looking to bring your computer anywhere, this Lenovo ThinkCentre All-in-One PC (opens in new tab) could be a great option as well. Today it's discounted to $999, saving you $260 off its regular cost. Be sure to view the full sale (opens in new tab) at Microsoft for more models to consider.

Alex is a recent graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found posting music on his Soundcloud page and working on his eBay business.

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  • I used to love Surface tablets, until I had to repair one for work... They are amazing pieces of technology..... But why use such God awful pieces and then glue the screen down?! Jfc