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Wednesday, 20 March 2013 08:32

Spring Xbox Live sale to start in March

Written by David Stellmack

Deals with as much as 75% off the regular price

Microsoft is apparently getting ready for an Xbox Live Spring Sale that will see a week of sales, with as much as 75% off the regular price. The sale will feature Arcade titles, add-ons, movies, Games-on-demand, and more, with some of the best deals of the year, according to the sale web site.

The sale is to start on March 26th and run for a week. The Spring Sale comes on the heels of the Xbox Live Mega Sale that saw content reduced to prices lower than we had seen before. We will have to wait and see how the deals are; but in the past Microsoft has run some pretty good deals.

See more here.

 

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