Today marks day five of Microsoft’s 12 Days of Deals promotion and we find a popular Xbox 360 gaming titled featured in the spotlight.
The first twenty customers at each of the participating Microsoft Store locations can pick up a copy of Grand Theft Auto V for $19.99. The first one hundred online customers can enjoy the same deal as well.
Once the first one hundred and twenty copies are sold, Grand Theft Auto V can be picked up for $39.99 while supplies last.
The deal starts at 7:00am PST/10:00am EST and is only available in the US/Canada. Online customers can find the Grand Theft Auto V deal here at the Microsoft Store website and to see where the closest Microsoft brick and mortar store is, you can use the Microsoft Store locator.
Speaking of Grand Theft Auto, remember that next we are expecting the release of GTA: San Andreas over in the Windows Phone Store. The game will feature over seventy hours of game play designed specifically for mobile gaming.
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