Xbox's massive Spring Sale isn't the only place you can save some cash on your gaming hobby for the next couple of weeks. Microsoft is also offering up a solid deal for new Xbox Live Gold subscribers, utting the price of a three-month subscription to $9.99.
That's a $15 drop from the usual $24.99 price for a three-month membership, and it brings the cost down to what a single month normally costs. For the money, Xbox Live Gold will let you play online and download the free Xbox Games with Gold for the duration of the subscription.
If you haven't given Xbox Live Gold a try yet, this is a solid reason to jump in. The sale is set to run for 14 more days, ending on April 10. If interested, you can sign up at Microsoft. Also be sure to check out our roundup of Microsoft's huge Spring Sale if you're looking to boost your digital game library.
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