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Apple users are being offered $650 if they switch over to Microsoft

After offering $200 for an iPhone or iPad, Microsoft is back with another promotion designed to tempt Apple hardware owners over to its own devices. This time it’s the Surface Pro 3, “the tablet that can replace your laptop” according to Microsoft. The software giant is offering up to $650 when MacBook Air owners trade-in their laptops for a Surface Pro 3 between June 20th and July 31st. A Microsoft spokesperson says that all models are eligible for the promotion, but the amount it will pay out varies on the specific model and its condition. The MacBook Air laptops must also be in working order and traded in to one of Microsoft’s Stores in the US and Canada.

Microsoft is offering a limited time Surface Pro 3 promotion via which users can get up to $650 in store credit for trading in certain Apple MacBook Air models. The new promotion, running June 20 to July 31, 2014 — “or while supplies last” — requires users to bring MacBook Airs into select Microsoft retail stores in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada. (The trade-in isn’t valid online.) Microsoft execs have been touting the Surface Pro 3 as the tablet that can replace users’ existing laptops, including MacBook Airs. Microsoft’s Surface.com site The fine print: “To be eligible for trade-in, device must power on to be considered working. Water-damaged devices and devices with cracked screens are not considered working devices for purposes of this offer.” All trade-ins are final and provided as part of the “Recycle for Rewards program” from CExchange LLC. The trade-in is limited to one trade-in per purchase. To get the maximum ($650) value, users have to apply the store credit toward the purchase of a Surface Pro 3, the most recent model of the company’s Intel-based Surface tablets. The Core i5 version of the Surface Pro 3 began shipping on June 20.

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