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Students get the Surface Laptop Go for $550, Office 365 for free, and more

Windows Central logo Windows Central 7/18/2021 John Levite
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Microsoft's Back-to-School sale is a big one, and you've got a chance to save even if you aren't necessarily a student. Check out this great selection of Surface deals or these other PC deals. The prices include deals like the Surface Laptpop Go for $549.99, the Surface Duo for $650, or $200 off the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 laptop. There's such a big selection of discounted machines that you'll have to scan them all to find your favorite device.

If you are a student or a teacher, and can verify that with an email from your school, you can save even more with up to 10% off all these prices just for you. Probably the best deal available from Microsoft is students can get Office 365 for absolutely free.

Microsoft Back-to-School Sale

Not all of these deals are student exclusive, but the ones that are require a student email address. The savings cover a wide range of Microsoft products, too, so there's a ton of ways to save for everyone.

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The Surface Laptop Go deals start at $549.99, but even the most advanced version is on sale for $899.99. So you can pay less than $1,000 and get a laptop we said "nails all the fundamentals to deliver a surprisingly delightful computing experience" in our review.

Not everything is about the Surface in this sale. The PC deals include laptops, all-in-ones, and desktops from major brands like Lenovo, HP, and Dell. The HP Spectre x360 laptop starts at $1,499.99, which is $110 off its regular price. This is a great machine that we gave 5 out of 5 stars and a The Best badge in our review. We said "It ticks all the right boxes — it's just a fun laptop to use, especially for typing."

Watch Microsoft's Education page and tay on top of everything Microsoft has to offer students, teachers, and anyone else just genuinely interested in a new laptop at a discount.


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