Microsoft's latest rebate offering relates to its hardware division; this isn't PCs but things like keyboards, mice and webcams. Buy any listed Microsoft product, and they'll send you 30 per cent of the RRP in return. Where that gets particularly neat is that Microsoft's accounting off its own RRP, not what you pay in store — so if you can negotiate a bargain on a peripheral, you still get the "full" saving back from Microsoft. The deal runs until the 5th of July, so there's plenty of time to negotiate a good deal. [Microsoft]
Lunchtime Deal: Microsoft Giving 30% Cashback On Hardware RRP
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