Xbox Spring Sale 2017: you still have two days left to hit the buy button
In the spirit of spring cleaning, Microsoft is joining the fun with some sweet deals for devoted fans out there! The company helps support the many households tidying up with discounts celebrating the arrival of spring. PC enthusiasts and gamers will profit the most as there are pretty generous cuts in prices for multiple products.
For starters, Microsoft is offering discounts on specific PC models as high as 66%. This is a great opportunity for those looking to refresh their PC with a new, superior configuration.
Heavily discounted Xbox games
Computers aren’t the only thing discounted during Microsoft’s spring sale: Xbox gamers also have many reasons to rejoice! Not only does Microsoft have great offers for the Xbox One, but is also offering great discounts on the Xbox 360.
Microsoft’s promotion also includes a slew of popular games that vary in theme and type, but they have one thing in common: they’re all fan favorites like Battlefield 1, FIFA 17, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, Overwatch, Titanfall 2 or For Honor.
Not only are these rather new titles being put up, but Microsoft is going the extra mile and bringing a total of 35 games from the Xbox collection that are also part of the Backwards Compatibility program. Not bad!
So, if you’ve been too busy to browse through Microsoft’s Spring Sale offer, please do it now! Go to the Xbox Spring Sale website and buy your favorite games while the offer is still valid. As a quick reminder, the Spring Sale ends on April 17.
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