Starting tomorrow, the Microsoft Store will be offering big savings on select PCs and Xbox games, and Xbox Design Lab controllers. There are also savings to be had on entertainment offered by the Windows and Xbox Stores, Microsoft says.
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But as part of a Spring Sale that will run from April 11 to April 17, the Microsoft Store is offering big savings. This includes 33 percent off of select PCs, $30 off select Xbox games, and $15 off Xbox Design Lab controllers (online only).
Additionally, you can save on entertainment offered at Windows Store and Xbox Store, Microsoft says: Select Xbox games will be up to 67 percent off, and you can save up to 50 percent on hundreds of hit movies and TV shows including Arrival, The Big Bang Theory, Ghostbusters and more. Windows 10 games, music and apps will be included in the sale, Microsoft also notes.
The Spring Sale includes deals for Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Windows 10. Xbox games are up to 67 percent off and an additional 10 percent off for Xbox Live Gold members. Popular titles and add-ons include Battlefield 1, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Titanfall 2, FIFA 17, Overwatch, For Honor, and many more, the firm notes. And over 35 Backward Compatible Xbox 360 games are also on sale.
Gamers who are not Xbox Live Gold members will be able to sign-up for $1 for the first month.
Windows 10 games like Fallout Shelter, Forza Horizon 3, Halo Wars 2, Astroneer, and more will also be on sale.
For the first time, Xbox Design Lab controllers will be included in the sale.
And “hundreds” of hit movies and TV shows will be up to 50 percent off, Microsoft says.