Microsoft is set to open up three new Microsoft Stores across the United States this November. The new locations include Syracuse, New York on November 13th; Metairie, Louisiana on November 14th; and Chandler, Arizona on November 14th.
A typical Microsoft Store offers an assortment of products, including Windows 8.1 desktops, tablets, laptops, Windows Phone devices, Xbox One, Office 365, and much more. Customers can also receive service, get recommendations, and receive help with PC setups. These services ensure that the customer walks out of a Microsoft Store ready to operate their new machine.
These three new Microsoft Store openings are part of the company’s attempt to expand its existing retail footprint in the US. Microsoft wants to deliver a premium retail experience that is not only entertaining, but also offers consumers an excellent selection and service with their purchases.
Here are the opening day details for each of the three new locations:
- Syracuse, New York: 10:30 a.m. EST on Thursday, Nov. 13. Location is 9090 Destiny USA Drive, Syracuse, NY 13204 (Near the Food Court).
- Chandler, Arizona: 10:30 a.m. MST on Friday, Nov. 14. Location is 3111 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler, AZ 85226 (Lower Level, near Macy’s).
- Metairie, Louisiana: 10:30 a.m. CST on Friday, Nov. 14. Location is 3301 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, LA 70002 (Dillards Wing).
The store in Syracuse will be 1,867 square feet (sales floor only) and marks Microsoft’s seventh retail store in New York. The store in Chandler will be 1,863 square feet (sales floor only) and marks Microsoft’s third retail store in Arizona. The store in Metairie will be 1,081 square feet (sales floor only) and marks Microsoft’s second retail store in Louisiana.
Microsoft might also be offering launch day festivities, including discounted offers and giveaways, but those details have yet to be made available. If you are planning on attending, make sure you get there early.
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