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And on the 12th day of Christmas, Microsoft slashed the price of Xbox Music in half

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 18 Dec 2014 13:14

And on the 12th day of Christmas, Microsoft slashed the price of Xbox Music in half Over the last 11 days, Microsoft has been running their "12 Days of Deals" promotion for the holidays, offering discounts on everything from games and consoles to PCs and more.
For the final day (tomorrow), the company is slashing the price of their 12-month Xbox Music subscription to $49.90 from its usual $99.90. If you live near a Microsoft Store, you can get the annual pass for just $29, a very good deal even if you are not a fan of Microsoft.

Xbox Music works similar to other unlimited streaming services like Spotify and Google Play All Access, allowing you to stream a catalog of over 30 million tracks and listen from your console, mobile device and Windows computer.

Microsoft says the deal is limited to 3 per customer, and you will receive a code via email to sign up. The deal starts at 8am EST on December 19th.

Check out the deals here: Microsoft Store

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