Best Buy outdoes itself and Microsoft by offering the highest Surface Pro 6 discounts ever

Best Buy outdoes itself and Microsoft by offering the highest Surface Pro 6 discounts ever
For the umpteenth time in the last few months, the popular Surface Pro 6 tablet is on sale from Microsoft at a cool $200 discount in multiple configurations. But at the exact same time, Best Buy is offering bigger savings on select models for dads and grads as part of a sitewide 3-day sale. 

To our (extensive) knowledge, these are new all-time high discounts, at least as far as Intel Core i7 variants of Redmond's latest 2-in-1 detachable Windows 10 computer are concerned. Best Buy is shaving a massive $300 off the list prices of a Surface Pro 6 with a Core i7 processor and your choice of 8GB RAM and a 256GB solid state drive or 16 gigs of memory and a 512GB SSD.

That means the former configuration can be purchased for $1,200 instead of $1,500, while the latter currently sets you back $1,600 after a $300 markdown of its own. Even better, My Best Buy members get a $50 price reduction on top of those deals, bringing your total savings up to a remarkable 350 bucks simply by signing up for a free loyalty-rewarding program.

The retailer is also taking $200 off the usual price of an entry-level Surface Pro 6 (again), while allowing My Best Buy members to add $50 savings on top of that same discount as far as a Core i5/8GB RAM/256GB SSD version that normally costs $1,200 goes. Finally, the top-of-the-line tablet with Intel Core i7 inside, as well as 16 gigs of random-access memory and a colossal 1TB solid state drive, is up for grabs at the time of this writing at $1,949 instead of a $2,299 list price with a free membership or at $1,999 for everyone else.

These are pretty amazing deals for a unique device that essentially has no competition in terms of processing power, productivity, and versatility at these reduced price points. Just keep in mind you'll still have to separately buy a keyboard and Surface Pen if you want to get the most out of the ultraportable computing setup.

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