The Minecraft Marketplace Summer Sale has started, discounts dozens of items
Only thing better than discounted is free.
What you need to know
- Mojang Studios is celebrating summer with the Minecraft Marketplace Summer Sale.
- The sale discounts over 70 maps, skins, items, and more, with doorbuster deals every day.
- There are also some free maps and a free emote to claim throughout the sale as well.
- The sale starts today, July 3, 2020, and will continue until July 13, 2020.
If you were waiting for an opportunity to buy some new maps, skin packs, or other items in the Minecraft Marketplace, you'll want to take a close look at the newly announced Summer Sale that Mojang Studios is running until July 13, 2020. With the sale, dozens of various items in the Marketplace will be heavily marked down, some by as much as 75%, with some free goodies thrown in for good measure.
Mojang Studios says there's also a free emote hidden in the Summer Sale as well, which were added in the Nether Update. Even if you're not intending to spend money, it's still worth taking a look and claiming the free content on offer here. The sale is only around for ten days, so don't wait around on it too long!
If you're interested, you can get more details in Mojang Studios' announcement post.
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