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Friday, November 26, 2021

Best Microsoft Black Friday deals 2021


Microsoft has a lot of great reasons to get involved in Black Friday. I mean, it just announced entirely new hardware a couple of months ago. That is bound to impact what we see drop in price this year because we should see the older generations go on sale and we might even see brand-new low prices for the brand new gear. Don't forget there's also the Xbox Series S and Series X. The newest Microsoft gaming consoles should at the very least see a more steady supply during the holidays if not feature some interesting bundles and other deals. This year will be a great year to save on video games, Surface hardware, laptops, and more.

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Last year's Black Friday was notable because everything shifted to online shopping. We've been saying for years that online shopping is the better way to go for Black Friday anyway, and now it's the definitive way because it looks like this year's event will also have a very strong online presence. Turns out, saving money is better when you don't have to fight off the Horde to do it. What makes this even better if you're looking for Microsoft deals is that Microsoft has a great online store and a huge online presence across multiple retailers. Where there is a Black Friday sale, there is bound to be something from Microsoft in it.

Where to find the best Microsoft Black Friday deals?

The answer to that question really depends on what you're looking for, and Microsoft covers such a broad range of products that it could be just about anything. If you're looking for the latest and greatest Surface hardware and hoping to find it on sale, which isn't necessarily a guarantee considering how new some of it is, then keep an eye out on the Microsoft store. Are you looking for software like Game Pass or Microsoft 365? Amazon has had quite a few good deals on both. Or do you just want a great Windows laptop? Well, you can find deals on those in a number of places.

Did you know Microsoft actually has dedicated sections at major retailers? In addition to the regular Microsoft store, those would be great places to look for more deals. If you're specifically looking for Surface deals, we've also put together a list of all the best Black Friday Microsoft Surface deals.

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When do the Microsoft Black Friday deals begin?

Black Friday is officially Friday, Nov. 26, but the real deals have already started. Honestly, the moment Microsoft announced a new Surface Pro 8 back in September we started seeing great deals on the Surface Pro 7, which isn't a bad device even if it's an older generation. If you can deal with not having the latest and the greatest, that will be the sweet spot for Microsoft deals this year. Those "one generation out" devices that retailers will be looking to clear from their shelves are going to already be discounted from Microsoft and then on sale for a little bit more just for the sake of Black Friday.

Also keep an eye out for other sales from major retailers, like Walmart's Black Friday Deals for Days sale or Best Buy's early Black Friday sale. You might have to sort through some non-Microsoft stuff, but you should definitely find a few great deals available.

Microsoft Black Friday Surface deals

The Surface lineup is just getting bigger and better every year. Whether you're looking for something new like the Surface Pro 8 or something unique like the Surface Duo 2, we will have an eye on all of the best deals right here. Also check out our dedicated collection of the best Black Friday Microsoft Surface deals 2021.

Surface Laptop Go starting at $500

From $500 at Best Buy

The Surface Laptop Go is already one of Microsoft's most affordable Surface devices. Its Intel Core i5 processor is fast enough for everyday work, and the laptop delivers good battery life. While the entry-level model is discounted to just $500, for only $50 more you can double your storage and RAM, placing you comfortably in the midrange of Microsoft's compact and portable laptop.

Microsoft Surface Pro 7 | CAD $500 off

For Canadians. Choose your favorite color in Platinum or Black, then choose your favorite configuration. The prices range from CAD $1,099 to CAD $2,669 and you're saving up to CAD $400 off the regular prices.

As low as CAD $1,099 at Microsoft

Microsoft Surface Pro 7 | CAD $500 off

Choose your favorite color in Platinum or Black, then choose your favorite configuration. The prices range from CAD $1,099 to CAD $2,669 and you're saving up to CAD $400 off the regular prices.

As low as CAD $1,099 at Microsoft

Microsoft Black Friday software deals

If you want to play all the latest games, especially new holiday titles like Forza Horizon 5 or Halo Infinite, then you'll probably want to get a Game Pass membership. Microsoft's subscription service often goes on sale during the holidays and gives you access to hundreds of games to play, whether you have an Xbox or play on PC. You might also be interested in something like Microsoft 365 if you need to worry more about your productivity. Here are some great deals on both.

Xbox Game Pass for PC | $1

It's basically Netflix for video games, and it's one of the best deals around even at full price. This is the best time to have Game Pass, too, with some amazing new games coming out.

$1 for 3 months at Microsoft

3 months of Game Pass Ultimate | $20 off

There are a lot of Game Pass varieties that give you access to different aspects of the program, but the Ultimate version gives you all of it. Get Xbox Live, Game Pass for PC, cloud gaming, EA Play, and more with this subscription.

$24.99 at Target

Microsoft Black Friday Series X/S deals

Whether you need the actual gaming console or you just need some accessories to go with the one you've already got, save some money with these deals. To dive even deeper into the world of Xbox deals, take a look at our collection of the best Black Friday Xbox Series X deals.

via November 26, 2021 at 12:09AM by John Levite, Khareem Sudlow,