The Microsoft Store offers again a great Black Friday Sale with steeply discounted laptops and Xbox gaming gear.
The Microsoft Store has yesterday unveiled Black Friday 2011 deals for the Microsoft Store Black Friday 2011 sale launching at midnight PST. Like last year deals include laptop, Xbox 360 and software offers. Today Microsoft added new exciting deals to the list they published yesterday. We added them on top of the list below. Usually brand store deals are not really competitive, but Microsoft does things differently. They only sell a few exciting deals with limited quantity. Good luck in scoreing one of the deals tonight.
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The Microsoft Black Friday 2011 Deals:
$599 Acer Iconia Dual-Screen TouchBook (Save $400)
Save $40 on Office for Mac
$12.99 Xbox Live 3-Month Membership (Amazon sells already at same price)
Free Windows Phone with 2-year contract
Save $50-$100 Off Xbox Consoles and Bundles
$499 Samsung RC512 Laptop (Save $300)
$599 Sony S137GX Laptop (Save $400)
$99.99 Kinect Sensor Bundle
Save Up to $200 on Xbox Ultimate Gaming Bundle
Save $20 Off Select Xbox Games
Get Office Home and Student for $119.99 (Save $30)
Save $40 on Office Home and Student with any PC Purchase
Save 25% on select computer and mobile accessories with Coupon Code SAVE25
All in All these are pretty good Black Friday deals. The Microsoft Store Black Friday Laptop deals are actually very recommendable. Did not find better prices for these two laptops. The $99.99 Kinect Bundle will also be offered by many other stores on Black Friday.
Via the Microsoft Store.
Black Friday 2011 is here! Black Friday 2011 and Thanksgiving Day Online Sales have started. Find the latest Black Friday 2011 sales here. The Walmart Black Friday 2011 Sale also already is live with the first deals available advertised in the Walmart Black Friday 2011 Ad. Make sure you follow us on Twitter to no miss any Black Friday 2011 Deals. The Amazon Black Friday Deals Week offers massive amounts of Black Friday deals and Amazon is often matching Black Friday deals advertised by other Black Friday retailer.