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Microsoft Black Friday Deals 2019 and more

Here are some of the best black Friday 2019 deals from Microsoft and more

It’s the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend in the United States and here are some of the big deals that we can recommend across the internet.

The Ultimate Windows 10 Training Video Collection

Ultimate Windows 10 Training collection v2

An all-in-one, user-friendly instructional guide – one which eliminates the confusion and stress of Windows 10 while allowing you to maximize the advantages of this really great operating system.

Regular Price: $29.95 Sale Price: $19.95 for the weekend

Microsoft Black Friday Deals

Microsoft Black Friday deals

Microsoft has a bunch of deals today. New Surface Pro 7 + Type Cover Bundles, starting at $599. New Surface Laptop 3, starting at $899. Up to $150 off Xbox One. HP Laptops: Intel i3 for $299, Intel i5 for $399, Intel i7 for $499 and much more. Check out their sales page.

WP Engine Black Friday Deals

WP Engine

The Premium web hosting company. For a limited time, get 5 months free on an annual Startup, Growth, or Scale plan. Use discount code “CYBERWKND30” at checkout. Plus get 60-days completely risk free. Check out their sales page.



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That’s all we recommend folks. If we missed any deals of any significance, let us know in the comments.

Written by Mike Johnson

Mike Johnson is a writer for The Redmond Cloud - the most comprehensive source of news and information about Microsoft Azure and the Microsoft Cloud. He enjoys writing about Azure Security, IOT and the Blockchain.

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