It’s not quite as good a deal as yesterday’s $80 console discount, but a free copy of Sea of Thieves with the purchase of an Xbox One X is otherwise a pretty strong offer for the rarely-discounted console. This offer isn’t immediately obvious, but you should see it in the “Special offers and product promotions”…
Pick your this bundle of H&R Block Deluxe Tax Software plus a one-year subscription of the latest Microsoft Office 365 for just $90 today. The Microsoft Office normally sells for $100 by itself and the H&R Block typically sells for $30, so this will save you around $40 if you were planning on buying both of these…
If you suffer from carpal tunnel or other RSI issues due to working at a computer all day, Microsoft’s ergonomic Sculpt desktop set might be the answer. By splitting the keyboard in two and angling it in a way that doesn’t force you to bend your wrists, you can save yourself a lot of pain. Plus, the included mouse has…
The 500GB Xbox One S Madden bundle is marked down to $230 right now on Amazon, or $50 less than usual, which I’m sure has everything to do with the unmarketable loser on the box art, and not the fact that the NFL season is over and they’re trying to get rid of old stock.
It’s a little old, and this price is basically MSRP, but with crypto miners buying up every graphics card in existence, $298 for this graphics card counts as a deal. In terms of speed, the GTX 980 will actually be a little bit faster in most cases than the equivalent GTX 1060.
While you can often find better per-month prices on Xbox Live Gold by buying 12 months at a time, if you’ve got commitment issues, Amazon’s discounting three-month membership cards to $15, down from their usual $25.
If you’re looking to grab an Xbox One S this holiday season, Microsoft has a ton of selection, and great incentives. Pretty much every console bundle is discounted by $50, with prices starting at a paltry $189, plus you get to pick an extra game of your choice, albeit from a fairly uninspiring selection.
Microsoft’s Surface 3 is a little long in the tooth at this point, but if you happen to be in the market for a tablet that runs the full version of Windows 10, and don’t want to spend a ton of money, it’s a solid deal at $255 for a refurb. Just note that this deal is only available today, or until sold out.
Update: Sold out, sorry!
If you own an Xbox and prefer to buy games digitally, you won’t find many better opportunities to fill your library than Microsoft’s Spring Sale. Dozens upon dozens of games and DLC packs are deeply discounted, with extra discounts in most cases for Prime members.
Landing on Mun for the first time in Kerbal Space Program is probably my most satisfying personal gaming moment of all time, and I can’t recommend it highly enough at $20 for Xbox One.
These Xbox One S bundles aren’t discounted, but they do come with your choice of two extra games (in addition to whatever games are included in the bundle), for a limited time.
The Xbox One Chatpad makes it easy to enter passwords and type out sick Rocket League owns on the fly, and it’s never been cheaper on Amazon than it is right now. It even includes a headset!
Because no holiday is too small to build a sale event around, Microsoft’s offering 31.4% Pi Day discounts on computers, $100 off Xbox consoles, $31.41 off select video games, and more, today only. There are computers available to fit any budget, so head over to Microsoft to see all of the discounts.
Take a good, hard look at the computer you’re using right now. If it’s seen better days (or if you just have a tax refund to spend), Microsoft’s President’s Day sale is a great excuse to upgrade.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is only about a month old, but that doesn’t mean you can’t already find solid discounts on the latest entry in the series.
Pretty much every retailer under the sun has been running flat $50 discounts on every Xbox One S bundle for the last few days, but now, Microsoft’s sweetening the pot with a bonus $25 gift code, plus an extra game of your choice.
Microsoft’s Surface Book is good. Like, really good. And if it’s been on your wish list, Microsoft’s taking a whopping $400 off the 256GB/Core i5 model, and $250 off the 128GB/Core i5 model for Black Friday. It’s still not a cheap computer, but that’s the best deal we’ve ever seen on it.