Tuesday, May 8, 2012

$99 Xbox deal from Microsoft

If you're looking for a way to get a great console for a small upfront investment, this is your chance
If you've been waiting to purchase an Xbox 360 with Kinect, now may be the time to take the plunge. Microsoft's rumored deal of a $99 Xbox 360 with a two-year, $14.99 per month subscription to Xbox Live Gold has gone live at Microsoft Stores around the country.
To get the deal, you need to bring offer code 885370366266 (or the coupon with that code on it) to one of the 17 Microsoft Stores located around the country. It doesn't appear that this deal is currently available online or at other retailers such as Walmart and Best Buy, though they may indeed follow suit in due time.
Taking advantage of this deal requires you make a two year commitment to the Xbox Live service, which will cost you a total of $360 extra. If you cancel your Xbox Live account subscription before the two years are up, you'll be subject to an early termination penalty. That penalty starts at $250, but after a period of five months, it starts decreasing by $12 per month.



This article was written by Fox Van Allen and originally appeared on Tecca

1 comment:

  1. What is an open world games? Wikipedia defines it as a type of videogame level design where the player can freely roam through the world and is given considerable freedom to interact with objectives and the like.
    I decided against including the likes of Deus Ex and the Thief series, which despite the freedom they offer to the player, are strictly linear titles—at least in terms of exploration.
    Rather, the showcase you see before you is a collection of the best open world experiences in which you, the player, can explore freely and to your heart's content while engaging in a myriad of activities unrelated to the "main story", if there is one.

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