Microsoft has launched their biggest ever gaming sale with the Xbox Store Countdown To 2017 sale, offering hundreds of games, movies, music, and television shows show at discount prices. This includes up to 60% off some of the year’s biggest titles alongside weekly and daily offers that can have even bigger reductions.
Alongside the sale, Microsoft is also introducing some new special offers. These include the chance to get Xbox Live Gold for just $1 over the holiday period and some special incentives through the Xbox Live Rewards program. You can also get four months of free music with a Groove Music Pass by getting a 30- trial that will automatically converted to add the extra three months,
You can check up on all of the daily and weekly titles that are on sale at the Xbox.com store or through an Xbox One or Xbox 360 console. Additionally, this NeoGaf thread contains a comprehensive list of everything available as well as the new price after the discount has been taken away.
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