We are bringing “oh, what fun” this holiday season with 12 Days of Deals at Microsoft retail stores.
From Dec. 9 to Dec. 20, Microsoft retail stores will offer in-store and online shoppers very merry daily deals on tablets, phones, computers, fitness- and music-related items, and other Windows and Xbox accessories. Deals change every day during the 12 Days of Deals, and a limited number of doorbuster deals will be available for customers who get to the store early, so be sure to check out the latest offers every morning.
To get in the spirit, we’re sponsoring some festive in-store activities. Each Microsoft retail store will host events, such as live musical performances, gamer meet-n-greets and game challenges, Cre8tive workshops with artists and animators, and photography and fitness sessions. Go here for more information on the offerings from your local store.
Here is a sneak peek at the offers we’re kicking off today and tomorrow:
Offer No. 1: On the first day of deals (Monday, Dec. 9) Microsoft offered me, a Dell Venue 8 Pro Tablet for $199. The first 20 customers in the store will have the chance to get the tablet for $99 as the daily doorbuster. Visitors can also participate in an hour of code workshop to celebrate Computer Science Education Week.
Offer No. 2: On the second day of deals (Tuesday, Dec. 10) Microsoft offered me, a Garmin Forerunner 110 Fitness watch plus a $25 gift card for $129.99. The daily doorbuster for the first 20 customers inside the store is the Garmin Fitness Watch and $25 gift card for $99.99. Visitors will also have the opportunity to demo Xbox One fitness games and applications throughout the day.
Stop by your local Microsoft retail store or check out the holiday deals online to enjoy 12 Days of Deals on Windows PCs and tablets, Windows Phone devices, and hot accessories this December.
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Microsoft News Center Staff