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Microsoft's Black Friday deals: $100 Kinect, free Windows Phone and discount on games and Office

Microsoft are festive, huge sales, $100 Kinect, Office specials, games

| Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Nov 25, 2011 11:24 am

Microsoft have some pretty decent Black Friday sales, with the Microsoft Store retail site putting up a page teasing their lineup of upcoming Black Friday sales, which start at 12am Pacific time Friday. A few highlights are a Samsung RC512 laptop sporting Windows 7: $499, normally $799!

 

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Xbox Ultimate Gaming Bundle has $200 off, Kinect Sensor Bundle (with Fruit Ninja, Gunslinger and Kinect Adventures) is just $99, down from $149 and also included in the Black Friday sales is a free Windows Phone with a two-year service contract.

 

For a full list, check it out:

 

Samsung RC512 laptop running Windows 7: $499, normally $799.

Xbox Ultimate Gaming Bundle: Up to $200 off.

Kinect Sensor Holiday Bundle (with Fruit Ninja, Gunstringer and Kinect Adventures): $99.99, normally $149.99. (Not available online.)

Free Windows Phone with a two-year service agreement. (The site doesn't yet name the model or carrier.)

Office Home and Student: $119.99, normally $149.99

Up to $40 off Office for Mac.

Sony S137GX Notebook: $599, normally $999. (Online-only deal)

Acer Iconia Dual-Screen Touchbook: $599, normally $999.

Price cuts on games including Madden 2012, Halo Anniversary and others (available in stores only).

 

See Microsoft's Facebook page for a list (click on "see more" once you're there.)

NEWS SOURCES:Geekwire.com

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