Microsoft’s Larry Hryb has announced the welcome extension of the Xbox 360 subscription deal to US chain retailers Best Buy and Gamestop. The deal, which includes a 4GB Xbox 360 and Kinect for $99 plus two year’s subscription fee of $14.99, was previously only available through Microsoft’s rare retail outlets until the firm announced a change of heart earlier in the month.
Brace yourselves: the Steam Summer Sale has started.
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$99 Xbox 360 Bundle
Microsoft has announced more retailers will start carrying the Xbox 360 bundle which includes a 4GB console with Kinect and a two-year Live subscription with the upfront cost of $99, and 24 months of Xbox LIVE Gold at $14.99 per month. The offer will be expanded to all Best Buy stores and select GameStop locations […]
$99 Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle
Next week Microsoft will launch a $99 4GB Xbox 360 Kinect bundle with two months of gold, according to sources close to Polygon. The two-year subscription will be “subsidized with a monthly cost of $15,’ and will be available through “Microsoft Stores in the US.” Microsoft has yet to confirm the bundle, and we’ve sent […]
No, it’s not the “Xbox 720”.
Best Buy will have a limited stock of Nintendo Switch consoles at some stores for those who didn't pre-order
There is a chance you could head over to your local Best Buy and return home with a Nintendo Switch without needing to pre-order beforehand.