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Monday, May 07, 2012
Microsoft Offers $99 Xbox 360


Microsoft is offering its Xbox 360 game console for as low as $99, as soon as you sign up for a 2-year subscription to the Xbox for $14.99 per month, meaning some additional $360.

The "offer" is live on the Microsoft Store site. However, the subsidized console would cost you a total of $459 - over a hundred dollars more expensive than standard rates - paid within the manadory two-year subscription period.


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