Microsoft's retail locations will host several deals on electronics for this year's Black Friday.
The retail stores for the company will give away $100 gift cards with the purchase of a new PC. The deal will run from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m. today.
For those customers looking to pick up a laptop, Microsoft has two deals available. The Samsung RC512 Windows 7 Laptop will be sold for $499, down from $799. The Sony S137GX will go for $599, down from its original price of $999.
A slew of Xbox 360 offers can also be found through the Microsoft Store. Gamers can save up to $200 on available Xbox 360 Ultimate Gaming Bundles. The Kinect motion sensor will retail for a price of $99 and Xbox LIVE 3-month memberships will now cost $12.99.
Customers will also be able to save up to 50-percent on games such as "Madden 2012," "Batman: Arkham City," and "Halo CE Anniversary."
Smartphone addicts can look forward to getting a deal on the Windows Phone. This smartphone will come free of charge when customers agree to a two-year service agreement.
Microsoft Stores' website will offer up to 25 percent off the prices of select computer and smartphone accessories. When online, use the coupon code "Save25" at checkout to redeem this deal.
The Los Angeles Times also reported on a special holiday promotion from Microsoft Stores.
"The Microsoft Stores are also offering a holiday shopping promotion tied to how much a consumer spends that will begin for Black Friday but run through Jan. 2, 2012. When more than $100 is spent, a shopper will get 15% off in-store, 20% off when $500 or more is spent and 25% off of purchases of $1,000 or more,” said the L.A. Times.
Microsoft's retail stores can be found at many locations throughout the nation, such as Scottsdale, L.A., and Atlanta.