If you live near one of the Microsoft Store locations in the United States, you will be able to get a terrific deal on their already impressive Work and Play bundle of services. The package, which normally costs $199, is now priced at just $149 from now until January 4, 2015.
The bundle itself allows users to have one year of access to four Microsoft services:
- Office 365 Home, which is normally priced at $99.99 a year
- Xbox Live Gold, priced at $59.99 a year
- Xbox Music Pass, which is worth $99.90 a year
- Skype Unlimited, which is priced at $13.99 a month with the first month free, or $153.89 for a year.
All of that adds up to $413.77 worth of services if bought separately. The $199 price is already an excellent deal, so Microsoft cutting it down by another $50 to $149 makes it even better.
Again, this deal is only if you go to a physical Microsoft Store location in the US (sorry, Canada).
Source: Microsoft Store Thanks to Michael for the tip!
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