Get up to $650 toward a new Surface when you trade in your clunky old MacBook

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Many MacBook Pro users have been waiting to upgrade to a new generation of the same device, but may have been disappointed by Apple’s latest iteration of the product, which seemed to merely catch up with the industry, and offer a rather gimmicky feature in the new Touch bar.

Microsoft Store is now back with Macbook trade-in offer once again and are encouraging Mac users to upgrade to a real next-generation product which offers much more innovation.

You can now get up to $650 toward a new Surface when you trade in your MacBook. If you are ready for trade-in, visit Microsoft’s site to determine the trade-in value for  your device. Then send them your old laptop and accessories. Once received, they will send you a promo code which you can use it to order the new Surface device on Microsoft Store online site.

Upgrade the way you work with a stunning touchscreen that has a higher resolution than any MacBook on the market. Surface Pro 4 has a vivid 12.3-inch PixelSense display that lets you write, sketch, or paint with the new Surface Pen on a screen that brings images and text to life. Plus, run all your desktop software on a device that is lightweight and built for portability.

To receive full store credit towards the purchase of a new select Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book, customer must trade-in qualifying Macbook Air or Pro device (excludes iPads). To be eligible for trade-in, you must own the qualifying device, device must power on battery must hold charge and not be required to be plugged in to operate, and be in fully functional, working condition without broken/missing components, cracked display/housing, liquid damage, modification(s) or have device warranty seal broken to be considered working.

You can find more details about this offer from Microsoft Store here. This offer is valid from October 24, 2016 12:00AM PST, to November 7, 2016, 11:59PM PST, while supplies last.

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