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Get $50 off Xbox 360 Elite through mail-in rebate – US only

Tuesday, 22nd September 2009 16:08 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

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Microsoft’s giving consumers $50 off of Xbox 360 Elite through a mail-in rebate starting today and running through October 5.

Sorry, this is in the US only.

The rebate page is not up at the moment, but will be later, and the press release after the break has all the details.

Stretch Your Entertainment Dollar with Special Offer from Xbox 360

$50 Rebate Offered with the Purchase of Xbox 360 Elite through Oct. 5

Beginning today through Oct. 5, when you purchase an Xbox 360 Elite for $299, Xbox 360 will put $50 back into your pocket with a limited-time rebate. Coupled with the recent price drop of the Xbox 360 Elite console, this offer makes your premium games and entertainment experience more affordable than ever.

Xbox 360 Elite puts all your entertainment in one place so you can play games, watch movies and TV shows, listen to music, and, coming this fall, keep up with your Twitter and Facebook social circles, all from your living room. Additionally, with a Netflix unlimited membership and an Xbox LIVE Gold Membership you can instantly watch movies and TV episodes streamed from Netflix, recommend your favorite shows and share in a movie party night with up to 7 friends — all on Xbox LIVE.

And, as announced earlier this year, the Xbox 360 you buy today will work with “Project Natal” and controller-free gaming in the future.

You may be eligible for the $50 Mail-in rebate when you purchase an Xbox 360 Elite in the U.S. between Sept. 22 and Oct. 5. Visit www.xbox.com/eliterebate/ for more details and rebate requirements.

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4 Comments

  1. tatsujin

    No. Just … no.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. Jadeskye

    Should sell some more xboxes. Microsoft is fighting this price war thing pretty hard lately.

    #2 5 years ago
  3. pracer

    Damn a XB360 Elite for 250usd … Nice. Wonder if they do well if you will see them go to this price point for the holidays.

    #3 5 years ago
  4. Dr.Ghettoblaster

    Good deal indeed. Ofocourse they could also sell it as “1 year Xbox Live Gold membership FREE (a $50 value)”. Same difference I guess.

    #4 5 years ago

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