Best Microsoft Surface deals for September 2022on September 6, 2022 at 11:49 Tech Advisor


When the original Surface was unveiled back in 2012, few could have predicted the way Microsoft has established itself as a hardware company. A decade later, there are loads of different devices to choose from, ranging from budget tablets to high-end hybrid PCs.

But whether you’re looking for the flexibility of a 2-in-1, reliability of a regular clamshell laptop or even a folding phone, there’s a Surface device that will suit your needs. To decide which is right for you, see our full guide to the best Microsoft Surface devices.

They’re also frequently discounted, especially if you’re happy with slightly older hardware. You’ll often find Surface products in our laptop deals round-up, but if you’re only considering Microsoft hardware, you’ve come to the right place.

Best Surface deals in the US

Microsoft Surface Duo 2 (128GB)


From: Best Buy

Was: $1,499.99

($500 off)

Stock of the Surface Duo 2 is low in the US right now, but Best Buy is still selling both models with a $500 discount. The cheaper option is best for most people.

Microsoft Surface Pro 8 (128GB)


From: Microsoft

Was: $1,099.99

($200 off)

This is a big saving on the cheapest Surface Pro 8 model, meaning you can buy a keyboard cover, mouse and stylus and still pay less than the original price.

You can also save up to $400 on more expensive models via the same link.

Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 (13.5in)


From: Microsoft

Was: $1,299.99

($300 off)

Big savings can be found on the Surface Laptop 4 at the Microsoft Store, where this hefty saving on the i5 model is joined by $300 off a Ryzen 5 configuration.

Microsoft Surface Go 3


From: Amazon

Was: $629.99

($50 off)

This top-spec Surface Go 3 is available with a useful saving right now at Amazon. Just remember, you’ll still need to buy the keyboard cover separately.

Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio


From: Amazon

Was: $1,599.99

($250 off)

With $250 off, the Surface Laptop Studio is the cheapest it’s been all year. Bigger discounts can be found on more expensive models, both at Amazon and the Microsoft Store.

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go


From: Microsoft

Was: $649.99

($300 off)

If you’re happy with a slightly older device, Microsoft is offering a big saving on the original Surface Laptop Go from 2020. This i5 model with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage is available for under £350.

Best Surface deals in the UK

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 2


From: Microsoft

Was: £729

(£110 off)

This is the best deal we’ve seen on the Surface Laptop Go 2 so far. The top-spec model is now available in Sandstone or Ice Blue with a useful discount, making it significantly more affordable.

Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio (i7, 512GB)


From: Amazon

Was: £1,899

(£219.01 off)

This is a huge useful saving on a mid-spec Surface Laptop Studio model, meaning you get the extra power of a Core i7 processor without paying so much.

Microsoft Surface Pro 8 (i5, 512GB)


From: Microsoft

Was: £1,299

(£210 off)

Surface Pro 8 discounts aren’t as big as they were around Prime Day, but there are still some decent deals available. Alongside £210 off this 512GB model, you’ll also find a £109 saving on the cheapest version at Amazon.

Microsoft Surface Go 3 (i3, 4G)


From: Microsoft

Was: £649

(£64 off)

This excellent deal drops the top-spec Surface Go 3 with 4G support to its lowest price yet. However, there are some useful savings across the range, including £50 off the Wi-Fi only model.

Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 (13.5in)


From: Microsoft

Was: £999

(£80 off)

There aren’t many great Surface Laptop 4 discounts available right now, but you can still save £80 on this entry-level model. At £919, it represents great value for money.

How to find Microsoft Surface deals

In 2021, Microsoft released the Surface Pro 7+, Laptop 4, Pro 8, Duo 2, Go 3, Pro X (2021) and Laptop Studio. In June 2022, the company then revealed the Surface Laptop Go 2, but don’t expect deals on it for at least a few months.

These are all technically updates to existing products, with the Laptop Studio succeeding the Surface Book line despite its very different form factor. This is the current range of portable PCs:

Surface Pro 8 Surface Pro 7+ Surface Pro 7 Surface Go 3 Surface Go 2 Surface Pro X (2021) Surface Pro X (2020) Surface Pro X (2019) Surface Laptop 4 Surface Laptop 3 Surface Laptop Go 2 Surface Laptop Go Surface Laptop Studio Surface Book 3 Surface Duo 2 Surface Duo

Several of these are included in our dedicated guide to the best Surface devices. Microsoft doesn’t appear to have plans to bring the Surface Neo to market anytime soon, well over three years after it was officially announced.

Your first port of call should be the Surface deals page on the Microsoft website, where you can save up to $579.80/£555 at the time of writing. When the company offers deals on its products, other retailers often follow suit –  knowing Microsoft’s discount is a useful indicator of how much you’re saving in reality. Remember to compare the specs of the model you’re buying against the price set by Microsoft for the same configuration.

Retailers sometimes unfairly use images of the Surface tablets with the Type Cover as well, even though it’s not included. Ensure you double-check the details before going ahead with your purchase, although most retailers offer at least a 14-day window for returns.

Where to find the best Microsoft Surface deals

Aside from going direct to the Microsoft Store, comparing prices against different retailers and e-retailers is always a good idea. In the UK, it’s worth checking the following:


John Lewis

Laptops Direct

In the US, these are your best bet:

Best Buy

If you shop on Amazon, signing up for a Prime membership can also get you free next day delivery and access to limited-time Lightning Deals 30 minutes before non-members. You can
sign up for a 30-day free trial, which can be cancelled anytime before your next payment is due.

Featured Microsoft Surface device

Surface Pro 8 was released in October 2021, delivering big upgrades to Microsoft’s flagship 2-in-1. Here’s how much it costs today from all of the major retailers, although be aware that variation in price may be due to the different configurations:


Surface accessories

Surface 2-in-1s (such as the Pro 8 and Go 3) don’t come with the Type Cover or other accessories in the box, so you’ll have to buy them separately. This can add significantly to the overall price, so we recommend looking for bundle deals wherever possible. If that’s not possible, it’s worth checking if any discount offered is significant enough to offset the price of buying accessories separately.

Type Covers, the detachable keyboards for Surface tablets, are an accessory most people won’t be able to do without. Just make sure the one you opt is compatible with your Surface device – older Surface Pro Type Covers won’t work with the Pro 8.

For the new model, you’ll need to pay
US$159.99 for a Signature keyboard. This comes with a slot for the Surface Slim Pen 2 – adding this to the bundle takes you up to

The Surface Go Type Cover ditches this dedicated stylus, but it’s slightly more affordable. You can expect to pay around
US$129.99, and they’re compatible with all three generations of the Surface Go so far.

Bluetooth mice, external keyboards, a docking station and lots of wireless audio options are also available.
See the full range on the Microsoft website.

However, like the Surface devices themselves, plenty of accessories are regularly discounted. Look out for deals both direct from Microsoft and via third-party retailers.

How to know if a Microsoft Surface deal is good

It’s not always easy to know just how good a Surface deal really is. If you’re unsure, check the original RRP or sites such as
PriceSpy or
Google Shopping to see how other retailers are pricing it.

For products on Amazon, 
CamelCamelCamel is a great way to see how the price has changed over time. Deals aren’t always as great as the retailers claim they are.

If those methods aren’t working for you, it’s worth heading direct to the manufacturers website to see how much it is there. Third-party retailers sometimes market a new price as a deal, when in reality the product is now widely available at that price.

Another option is to check trustworthy review sites, such as Tech Advisor. Not only will this give you a good indication of how good the Surface device really is, reviews are usually published shortly after the product is released. That means the prices quoted usually reflect how much it cost at launch.

Microsoft Surface student discount

Microsoft also includes a range of devices in its education pricing, which means students and teachers can save 10% on the usual RRP. See the full range of
student deals on the Microsoft website.

That same 10% offer is also available via UNiDAYS if you prefer, but you’ll need to validate your status in full-time education wherever you buy from. This is usually done by checking your email address against official records.

Learn more in our full guide to Microsoft’s student discount.

Should I buy refurbished?

While deals come and go, one place you’ll consistently find low prices is on refurbished tech. This typically means it’s either been used as a demonstration model or returned by a customer, meaning it can no longer be sold as new. In all situations, the companies selling them will fix any faults and give the device a full refresh before it’s marked as refurbished. That means it’ll be in excellent condition by the time it reaches the customer, perhaps even as good as new.

That’s the big difference when compared to used tech, which may be damaged in some way or have reduced battery life. See more in
our guide to refurbished tech

If you’re happy with an older model of a Surface device that’s been pre-owned, you could save a lot of money shopping refurbished. We would recommend that the model you buy is certified refurbished, as these are rigorously tested and backed by Microsoft to work like new. You also get a one-year hardware warranty.

Microsoft’s site should be your first port of call, but there are several third-party retailers worth checking.
These include
Laptops Direct and
musicMagpie, both of which clearly describe the condition of the device you’re buying. There’s also
Amazon’s Renewed program, where all devices are tested to work and look as new,.

Laptops, Tablets

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