Microsoft is offering Surface Book / Xbox One bundle deals to some Windows Insiders

If you’re a Windows Insider living in the UK, it looks like Microsoft is currently offering you special deals on bundles including a Surface Book hybrid laptop and an Xbox One S console with FIFA 17. A Windows Insider in the UK told Windows Central that he received the following email from Microsoft:

Windows Insiders in the UK may receive this email (credit: Windows Central).

Windows Insiders in the UK may receive this email (credit: Windows Central).

Windows Insiders who received this email can choose between two different bundles:

  • The first one includes a Surface Book with an Intel Core i5 processor plus an Xbox One S (500GB) with Fifa 2017
  • The second one includes a Surface Book with a core i7 processor and an Xbox One S (1GB) with the same game plus other goodies including a rare Player Pack, an additional Xbox Wireless controller and a Wireless Display Adapter

Both bundles include a FIFA 2017 digital download code, a 14-days Xbox Live Gold trial, one free month of EA access, and three FIFA Ultimate Team Loaned Legends. As the Surface Book is available in different configurations, here are all the details below:

Surface Book with Intel Core i5 processor + Xbox One S (500GB) FIFA 17 bundle:

  • £1,318.99. for the Surface Book with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (save £230).
  • £1,608.99 for the Surface Book with 16GB of RAM, a discrete GPU and 256GB of storage (save £240).

Surface Book with Intel Core i7 processor + Xbox One S (1TB) FIFA 17 bundle:

  • £1,869.94 for the model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage (save £329).
  • £2,258.97 for the model with 16GB of RAM, a discrete GPU and 512GB of storage (save £390).
  • £2,653.97 for the model with 16GB of storage, a discrete GPU and 1TB of storage (save £395).

As stated in the email, the Xbox One S FIFA 17 bundles will be generally available on September 22, just one week before the worldwide release of the soccer game. While this offer is only available to Windows Insiders in the UK, it’s not clear yet if all Windows Insiders in the country have already received the email (if you do, let us know it in the comments).

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