The Best Deals From Microsoft's Big Gaming And Tech Sale

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Microsoft is chucking a sale on eBay right now and it's got a few things we could definitely do with. From $500 off Surface laptops to 25% off gaming keyboards, there are some excellent deals on offer if you're on the look out for cheap tech or video games. As an added bonus, you don't have to pay extra for delivery. Here are some highlights!

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Microsoft Surface Book 2: $1699 (save $500)

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An i5 13-inch Surface Book 2 with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of hard drive space is available for $1699, about $500 or 22 per cent off the store's regular price. Click here!

Red Dead Redemption 2 (Xbox One): $58 (save $31.95)

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If you've looking to play the game but have been waiting for it to drop in price, the immersive western RPG, Red Dead Redemption 2 is on offer for $58 on Xbox One. Click here!

Razer Ornata Chroma Gaming Keyboard: $129 (save $40.95)

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Mechanical keyboards are annoying to everyone else but the person using the keyboard but they're oh so satisfying to use. If you want to nab one, the Razer Ornate Chroma has dropped in price to $129, saving you 24 per cent. Click here!

Huawei MateBook 13-inch: $1799 (save $400)

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Huawei's 13-inch MateBook is on sale for $1799, shaving $400 off the regular price. It's got an eight generation Intel Core (i7-8565U) processor with 8GB of RAM and 512GB in SSD. Click here!

FIFA 19 (Xbox One): $25 (save $64.00)

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There are more FIFA titles out there than probably there are humans in the world but if you haven't played the latest one, it's facing a massive price drop as the 2020 installation is out next month. Grab it for $25 on the store. Click here!

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