Microsoft Store's entire 12 Days of Deals sales list leaked

Microsoft began its 12 Days of Deals sales event earlier today at its Microsoft Store retail locations and online, selling the Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet with Windows 8.1 for just $199. Now a website has leaked the entire schedule of dates, products and price cuts for the rest of the holiday sales event.

The Slickdeals.net site has posted up a scanned document showing off each deal, which include special doorbuster savings for the first 20 people who arrive at each Microsoft Store location. The non-doorbuster sales will be available online while supplies last. Indeed, Microsoft has already sold out of its Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet.

Here's the entire list, including dates and door and non-doorbuster prices:

  • Dec 09 - Dell Venue 8 Pro Tablet - $99 for doorbuster, $199 for non-doorbuster
  • Dec 10 - Garmin Fitness Watch + $25 Gift card - $99.99 for doorbuster , $129.99 for non-doorbuster
  • Dec 11 - AT&T Nokia 1020 - Free for doorbuster, $99 for non-doorbuster
  • Dec 12 - Fitbit Flex and Yurbuds Fitness Earbuds  - $99.99 with $25 gift card for doorbuster, no gift card for non-doorbuster
  • Dec 13 - GTA 5 for Xbox 360-  $19.99 for doorbuster, $39.99 for non-doorbuster
  • Dec 14 - Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, Surface RT, or Surface 2 Complete Bundle - $100 off for doorbuster, $50 for non-doorbuster
  • Dec 15 - Xbox Music Pass 1 year - $29.99 for doorbuster, $69.99 for non-doorbuster
  • Dec 16 - HP Pavilion X2 13 - $599 for doorbuster, $699 for nondoorbuster
  • Dec 17 - SOL Republic Headphones - $39.99 for doorbuster, save $30 for non-doorbuster
  • Dec 18 - AT&T Lumia 1520 with $50 app card - Free for doorbuster, $99 non-doorbuster
  • Dec 19- JBL Flip Bluetooth Speaker - $39.99 for doorbuster, save $30 for non-doorbuster
  • Dec 20 - HP Envy 15 - $499 for doorbuster, $699 for non-doorbuster

We are still awaiting word on what exactly will be included in the Surface Complete bundle deals. When we find out we'll update this post.

Source: Slickdeals.net via WinBeta | Image via Slickdeals.net

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