Microsoft offers $100 off Xbox One if you bring in your old console
Microsoft is reviving its $100 trade-in promotion so users get to take $100 off the price of the Xbox One if they bring in their old Sony Playstation 3 or Xbox 360 consoles. With the promotion, the Xbox One with Kinext comes in at just $400 and the value Xbox One without Kinect camera will come in at just $300.
The promotion is available at Microsoft retail stores. Interested customers must bring in their old console in full working condition without any material damage.
"To receive maximum trade-in value, you must trade-in a PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 E, Xbox 360 S console and purchase an Xbox One at the same time," Microsoft said, noting that all trade-ins are final so you can't change your mind and ask for your old system back if things don't work out.
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* I visited MOA one day shortly after it opened. I happened to cross paths with a couple of ladies from the UK, who were there on a shopping vacation. They considering buying some of "the cutest" framed prints of antique toilets for their WCs. Ironically, the prints were made in the UK.
MS is incredibly provincial. You'd have thought it could at least have one stores in London, Paris, Tokyo etc.
Bing is a US search solution. Cortana a US assistant. Etc.