It looks like Microsoft wants to put the Surface into as many hands as possible, otherwise, we can’t think of a reason to drop the device’s price so low in such a short time. The Surface
is a 2-in-1 detachable tablet computer that Microsoft launched on the market on October 16, 2018.
The cheapest model usually sells for $900, while the most expensive costs around $2,300. The Surface Pro 6 comes in many variations and Microsoft even allows customers to configure their unit by choosing the amount of RAM and storage, as well as the type of chipset.
For a limited time, all Surface Pro 6 models are on sale at Microsoft, so depending on what configuration suits your needs, you’ll be able to save up to $400. The lowest amount you can save on the Surface Pro 6 is $200, but there’s also a bundle that includes the device and a Type Cover, which is getting a $330 discount.
Customers can even buy the Surface Pro 6 and pay as low as $47.87/month for 24 months via Surface All Access (no upfront cost). This is the biggest price drop on the Surface Pro 6 that we’ve been able to track to date, but it makes sense considering Microsoft is expected to announce a new one on October 2.