Microsoft Store spring sale

Microsoft slashes prices of some laptops, PCs, and accessories by up to 30 percent on its online store in the U.S. and Canada.

Starting with the Surface Pro 4, you’ll get a $100 discount if you choose the Intel Core i5 models of the device. For a limited time only, the 128GB/i5 – 4GB RAM combo is selling for $899, while the 256GB/i5 – 8GB RAM now goes for $1,199.

Deals on other laptops include the Dell XPS 13 9350 Signature Edition, which is now priced at $685, down from its original price of $999. Then there’s the 15-inch Dell Inspiron i5559, which can be had for $513, a saving of about $200. If you’re looking for a 2-in-1, the Dell Inspiron 13 i7359-8408SLV, with its 13.3-inch Full HD screen, can be yours for $685.

As for gamers, Microsoft is now including 2 free games when you purchase select Xbox One console, which will soon get cross-platform online play. From what we can see, the only exclusion is for refurbished units.

Microsoft Store Canada deals

Note that the above deals are for the U.S. store only. Unfortunately, the Canadian store doesn’t offer any price promo on the Surface Pro 4, but there are still some good deals to be found.

For example, the 2-in-1 Dell Inspiron 13 i7359-8408SLV is selling for CAD $925, down from $1,350. Getting a $200 price cut is the HP Envy Notebook 13-d099nr, which is now offered at $1,299.

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Those who are still holding on to their New Year’s resolutions might want to grab the MS Band 2 for CAD $230, down from $330. The GPS-enabled smartwatch/activity tracker comes in a curved color display and is packed to the gills with sensors, like heart rate monitor, barometer, UV, and more. It also works on Android and iOS.

The Lumia 650 was just made available for pre-order last week, but if you don’t mind getting its older cousin instead, the Lumia 550 can be had for $149.

March isn’t exactly known as the time of month to go “holiday shopping” for new electronics, but Microsoft is giving plenty of good reason for customers to start spending. Check out the source below for the full list of discounted items.

Source: Microsoft Store U.S. / Canada