Microsoft Band now available with 25% off in the US

Microsoft confirmed last week that it's working on a new version of its Band wearable device, although it's not yet clear when it will be unveiled. In the meantime, the first version of the Band remains on sale, and it's now available with a pretty chunky discount.

Target is currently offering 25% off the regular $199.99 price of the Microsoft Band, bringing the cost down to a much more appealing $150.

To take advantage of the offer, grab a coupon via the Target Cartwheel site or app - you'll have to buy the Band in store to qualify for the discount, but given the size of the price cut, that's not the end of the world. Indeed, that offer is actually a good deal better than the discount currently available from Microsoft itself; the Microsoft Store is now offering $20 off the Band, but that's still $30 short of the savings available from Target.

The Cartwheel coupon will expire on July 25, so don't hang around too long if you're thinking of picking up the Band at the lower price.

Source: Target Cartwheel via Windows Central

Report a problem with article
Next Article

Rumor: AMD to supply chips for Nintendo's upcoming NX console

Previous Article

You can now get 10% off Surface Pro 3 and Surface 3 tablets and bundles in the UK

4 Comments - Add comment