Microsoft released a host of new Surface devices in October 2021, meaning by now, you could be rocking a Surface Laptop Studio or Surface Duo 2. Most of Microsoft's machines are functional by themselves, but many benefit greatly from the addition of pricy, MS-branded accessories. So, if you're looking to grab accessories for said devices, you can do so at Best Buy, which has a special promotion going on. For the duration of the promo, you can save $40 if you buy two qualifying Surface accessories.
The promotion doesn't list an expiration date in its top-of-page offer details, so if you want in, better to go for the gold while the offer page is right in front of you rather than wait and find out Best Buy's no longer interested in saving you forty smackeroos. Another important note to keep in mind is that if one of the items you're interested in is already on sale, you can't stack that sale with the $40 discount. Instead, the $40 savings will just be reduced by however much you're already saving from one of the items already having its price slashed.
This sale puts a lot of Surface goodies on the table. You want Surface Earbuds? You can have 'em. Surface pens? Take those $100 scribbling sticks for a ride. And those are just the tip of the iceberg. Surface Headphones 2 and a lot more gear are on offer over at Best Buy's "buy 2 save $40" sale.
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They've run this deal a LOT lately, but they finally added the Pen Cover to the offer (it was always excluded before). I've been debating if I'd rather get the cover or the standalone charger, which is $30 cheaper. The cover is a little more convenient, but I would probably leave it off my Duo EXCEPT to charge the pen--I've felt fine carrying the Duo with just a skin on it. Going with just the charger might be the smarter solution, in case the pen doesn't get refreshed for a long time and I end up with a Duo 3 that doesn't fit the cover before I get a new pen.
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