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Microsoft’s Cyber Monday deals include a free Oculus Rift S with select gaming PCs

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Granted, most of those cost over $2K

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Microsoft has a few new deals up its sleeve for Cyber Monday. In addition to its huge, excellent price cut on the new Surface Pro 7 that you should check out below, you can get the Oculus Rift S for free with select gaming PCs, granted most of them cost over $2,000.

The Surface Pro 7 (Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB storage) comes bundled with a black Type Cover (usually sold separately) for $799. This model is usually priced at $899 for the tablet alone, this is a great deal given how recently this product was released.

If you want a Surface Pro 7 but don’t need the extra power brought along with the i5 processor and 8GB of RAM, the low-end option (i3, 4GB RAM, 128GB storage) has been marked down $150 and includes a Type Cover. Instead of $749, it costs $599.

The Microsoft Surface Go, its smallest Surface available, will be marked down by as much as $150 on November 28th. The cheapest configuration (Intel 4415Y processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage) is $299.

Xbox One S and X consoles are still steeply discounted, starting at $150 for the Xbox One S All-Digital console, and $350 for the Xbox One S (including all bundles available). For Cyber Monday, Microsoft is including free digital codes for Anthem.

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The Oculus Rift S is $50 off at the Microsoft Store. Alternatively, you can get this VR headset for free with purchase of any of the following gaming PCs:

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus is $200 off, bringing the unlocked phones down to $749 and $899, respectively. Each phone will come with a free set of Samsung’s truly wireless headphones, the Galaxy Buds.

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