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Surface Pro 7 i5 8GB 128GB with Black Type Cover Bundle - £729 @ Microsoft Store (possible £100 cashback through Amex)
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Surface Pro 7 i5 8GB 128GB with Black Type Cover Bundle - £729 @ Microsoft Store (possible £100 cashback through Amex)

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Posted 27th Nov 2019

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This mid-spec Surface Pro 7 with black Type Cover is available direct from Microsoft for the same price as AO, John Lewis and Currys PC World, thanks to a further price reduction.

If you've got an Amex, check your 'offers' tab for £100 off a £400 spend at the Microsoft store. It will bring the effective cost of this down to just £629 which I think is a cracking deal.

What's more, there's 8% TopCashback on Microsoft Surface purchases for a possible extra £58.32 off - making the effective cost potentially a scorching £570.68.
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Does the 128gb have a slower drive than the 256gb?

I’m certain on the SP6 that this was the case.
I’m not seeing the Microsoft offer on my Amex account. Shame as I would have been tempted
Not on my AMEX deal list either
This deal will send people running into the streets committing acts of vandalism!

It's off the charts, you're getting an SP7 for the price of an SP5 m3 (the weakest SP5 model). Madness, just buy it.
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 27th Nov 2019
zeb.mattey27/11/2019 11:55

This deal will send people running into the streets committing acts of …This deal will send people running into the streets committing acts of vandalism!It's off the charts, you're getting an SP7 for the price of an SP5 m3 (the weakest SP5 model). Madness, just buy it.


Can this be used for video editing? Let's say Premier pro?
8% topcashback today...
What price will this revert to once the promotion ends?
It was 779 when I posted the deal, I finally bit at 749 yesterday, now it's 729! Does anyone know if Microsoft will refund the difference?
Edited by: "ehosin" 30th Nov 2019
ehosin30/11/2019 18:49

It was 779 when I posted the deal, I finally bit at 749 yesterday, now …It was 779 when I posted the deal, I finally bit at 749 yesterday, now it's 729! Does anyone know if Microsoft will refund the difference?


Those sneaky mofos! Another £50 drop, theyre really trying to shift these. Annoyed as i also spent 779
zeb.mattey30/11/2019 20:01

Those sneaky mofos! Another £50 drop, theyre really trying to shift these. …Those sneaky mofos! Another £50 drop, theyre really trying to shift these. Annoyed as i also spent 779


the terms and conditions for the US store suggest that they will honour price drops within 30 days of purchase, but I could see no such clause in the UK version

"if we lower our price on a device within 30 days of your purchase, we will honor the lower price. If you notice that we have lowered a price on a device you recently purchased, just bring your original sales receipt back to the place of purchase or contact Sales and Support, as applicable, and we’ll gladly issue a refund or credit for the difference (if you paid with a credit card, you’ll need to use the same card). You must contact Microsoft within 30 days of the price change to receive the refund or credit"

Might be worth a call to customer services...
You can use Xbox Gift cards on the MS store. CD keys are selling £50 cards for £43.99 so £660 for this with £21 store credit left.
ehosin30/11/2019 20:38

the terms and conditions for the US store suggest that they will honour …the terms and conditions for the US store suggest that they will honour price drops within 30 days of purchase, but I could see no such clause in the UK version"if we lower our price on a device within 30 days of your purchase, we will honor the lower price. If you notice that we have lowered a price on a device you recently purchased, just bring your original sales receipt back to the place of purchase or contact Sales and Support, as applicable, and we’ll gladly issue a refund or credit for the difference (if you paid with a credit card, you’ll need to use the same card). You must contact Microsoft within 30 days of the price change to receive the refund or credit"Might be worth a call to customer services...



Nice find, I think I'll call them.
ehosin30/11/2019 20:38

the terms and conditions for the US store suggest that they will honour …the terms and conditions for the US store suggest that they will honour price drops within 30 days of purchase, but I could see no such clause in the UK version"if we lower our price on a device within 30 days of your purchase, we will honor the lower price. If you notice that we have lowered a price on a device you recently purchased, just bring your original sales receipt back to the place of purchase or contact Sales and Support, as applicable, and we’ll gladly issue a refund or credit for the difference (if you paid with a credit card, you’ll need to use the same card). You must contact Microsoft within 30 days of the price change to receive the refund or credit"Might be worth a call to customer services...


Alright spoke to em on online chat.

They can refund the £50 extra, only if the item is in stock.
Its now out of stock.
D'oh.
Got this with the £100 and the 8% Topcashback.... bargain! thanks OP
zeb.mattey02/12/2019 12:51

Alright spoke to em on online chat.They can refund the £50 extra, only if …Alright spoke to em on online chat.They can refund the £50 extra, only if the item is in stock.Its now out of stock.D'oh.



do you mean in stock at the competing retailer, or in stock through Microsoft?

if they're being difficult you could always say you'll return it and buy it elsewhere (which you're entitled to do under distance selling regulations or whatever guise it is operating under nowadays) - that might encourage them to change tack
ianjhicks202/12/2019 13:41

Got this with the £100 and the 8% Topcashback.... bargain! thanks OP



I'm pleased for you! mine arrived today and looking forward to unboxing it
ehosin02/12/2019 18:45

do you mean in stock at the competing retailer, or in stock through …do you mean in stock at the competing retailer, or in stock through Microsoft? if they're being difficult you could always say you'll return it and buy it elsewhere (which you're entitled to do under distance selling regulations or whatever guise it is operating under nowadays) - that might encourage them to change tack


They said with them :/ good idea!
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