Microsoft cuts Surface Pro 3 prices up to $150 with a free sleeve as bonus

Surface Pro 3

If you’re looking for a new Windows device, you probably want to consider getting a Surface Pro 3;  Microsoft is currently having a discounted sale of the third-generation of its tablet. The price reduction will vary from $100 and $150, and the company is also adding a free sleeve for the tablet, which is a $39.99 value, and adding all together it comes up to about $190 savings.

Only the 64GB model of the tablet featuring Intel’s Core i3 processor is not part of the sale, the 128GB model with Intel’s Core i5 is the only model with the $100 discount, and all the remaining Surface Pro 3 models are currently receiving the $150 discount.

New prices

  • 128GB Intel Core i5 – $899 (normally $999)
  • 256GB Intel Core i5 – $1,149 (normally $1,299)
  • 256GB Intel Core i7 – $1,399 (normally $1,549)
  • 512GB Intel Core i7 – $1,799 (normally $1,949)

Although this is a good bargain, keep in mind you’ll only be getting the tablet; the promotional offer doesn’t include the Type Cover which is priced at $129.99. However, you can well spend the $150 saving to get the click-in keyboard accessory.

Microsoft hasn’t specify for how long this promotion will run, so my suggestions is, if you’re interested, to get one as soon you can.

Source Microsoft Store via Windows Central

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