Windows 10 Store Black Friday 2015 Deals Announced: 10 Days Of 10 Cent Deals


Microsoft has announced its Windows 10 Store Black Friday 2015 deals on apps, games, movies, music.

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Black Friday is the time of year where everyone puts up pretty much everything on a discount to garner as much attention as possible while also making that big sale. We've already seen tech related Black Friday deals revealed by a bunch of major retail outlets such as Sam's Club, Target, Best Buy and more, but now Microsoft has jumped onboard the bandwagon and has announced its '10 Days of 10 Cent Deals,' allowing users to pick up thousands of apps, games, movies and songs for a price of just 10 cents every day leading up to Black Friday itself, and a few days above it, ending on November 29th.

Microsoft Has Kicked Off Its Black Friday 2015 '10 Days Of 10 Cent Deals'

Interestingly, the assortment of apps, games, movies and music will change each day, giving users a fair amount of choice when it comes to deals. Microsoft has also promised that it will throw in a bunch of surprises as well for users along the way so everyone can rest assured that they'll get something great apart from the usual discounts.

For the millions of fans who have upgraded to Windows 10, we’d like to celebrate with you – just in time for the long Thanksgiving week-end in the U.S. Starting today, we’re going to offer never-before-seen deals** on the Windows Store in Windows 10 devices. For the next 10 days, you can enjoy over 1,000 of the latest Hollywood movies, blockbuster music, must-have apps, and addictive games – for only 10 cents each. Visit each day to load up on great entertainment to enjoy over the holiday and beyond, and we’ll also have some special surprises for you too.

It's great to see that Microsoft has jumped onboard the Black Friday bandwagon in a swift manner. And we're certain that the deals would be an instant hit amongst users, especially those who love to download movies and tunes on a regular basis.

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Lastly, it's worth noting that the Black Friday deals on apps, games, movies and songs is valid for users who reside in the United States, and anyone outside is left out of the action, so be vary of this fact before you prepare yourself to dive right in.

We're sure that many other tech giants will wade in to counter what Microsoft is offering, and if that does happen, we'll highlight everything here for sure, so stay tuned to our coverage.

Meanwhile, Windows 10 users are requested to head over to the Windows Store and smash that buy button!