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These early Black Friday Surface deals might be too good to pass up

Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central

Black Friday is quickly approaching, and the season of deals has already begun with savings on the best Microsoft Surface PCs and their branded accessories. Black Friday is generally a great time to save on big ticket items, but it’s never a bad idea to try to beat the rush with advance deals like the ones we’ve found here.

The latest Surface PCs, including the Surface Pro 8 and Surface Laptop Studio, were recently released, so expect to see some major deals on the previous generation of hardware. This includes the Surface Book 3 and Surface Pro 7.

Some other PCs to look out for are the Surface Laptop 4 and Surface Go 2, which we’ve seen discounted heavily in previous years. There are also plenty of accessories on sale. If you’ve been waiting to pick up a new Surface Pen, Surface Dock, or Pro X Type Cover, you should be able to save on Black Friday.

Black Friday Surface PC deals

With the release of the newest generation of Surface PCs, including the Pro 8, Laptop Studio, and Go 3, it’s expected that you’ll be able to find older Surface models on sale for Black Friday. That doesn’t necessarily mean the latest models won’t also be discounted; we’re keeping an eye on all Surface PCs right here. The Surface lineup doesn’t come cheap, so saving some money here is always a bonus.

Where to find the best Black Friday Microsoft Surface deals

Black Friday Surface deals are expected to start soon (if not already), and we’re keeping tabs on the best sales right here. However, you can always check out individual stores to see for yourself what kind of deals are currently available.

When do Black Friday Surface deals begin?

The majority of Black Friday Surface deals will likely go live on Nov. 26, but as we’ve seen in previous years you might be able to save some money in the weeks leading up to Black Friday. And the actual week of Black Friday, starting Monday Nov. 22, is most likely going to have live deals for its entirety.

Special Black Friday prices are already being assured at some major retailers, so don’t be shy about buying early to avoid any stock shortages. Just watch out for the guarantee messages to be sure you’re not going to see a lower price closer to Black Friday proper.

Black Friday Surface deals: Surface accessories

Black Friday is guaranteed to have some deals on great Surface accessories, whether from the official Surface lineup or elsewhere. If you’re looking for a new mouse, a new keyboard, Type Cover, docking station, or Surface Pen for inking, you should be able to find some great Black Friday discounts on high-end Surface accessories.

Black Friday Surface deals: Monitors

Looking to connect your new Surface PC to an external monitor? We’re hoping to see some of the best external monitors for Surface go on sale during Black Friday. There are plenty of options available for a wide range of uses, and you’ll find the cheapest prices listed below.

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