Microsoft's new Xbox All Access program initially launched as an in-store promotion, but you can now get in on the financing deal online – for a limited time, that is.
To recap, Xbox All Access is a financing deal that lets you pay for a bundle that includes an Xbox console, Xbox Live, and Game Pass over a two-year contract. Whether you want to hop on the Xbox train with an Xbox One X or Xbox One S, both options are available.
With Xbox All Access, get an Xbox One and 100 great games with no upfront cost and one low monthly price. Now available online for a limited time (US)^ https://t.co/ObB2h3r3Vx pic.twitter.com/4JXfBz8ZK7With Xbox All Access, get an Xbox One and 100 great games with no upfront cost and one low monthly price. Now available online for a limited time (US)^ https://t.co/ObB2h3r3Vx pic.twitter.com/4JXfBz8ZK7— Larry Hryb 🤠 (@majornelson) October 25, 2018October 25, 2018
Pricing for the program depends on which console you decide to go with. You can pay $34.99 per month to snag a new 1TB Xbox One X console with 24 months of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. If you'd rather opt for a 1TB Xbox One S, you'll pay $21.99 per month for the console with the same included 24 months of Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold.
To qualify, you'll have to be approved for a Dell Preferred Account, but there's no upfront cost and zero interest, so long as the console is paid for in full within 24 months.
Microsoft also recently launched a similar program, dubbed "Surface All Access" for its Surface devices.
Prior to today, anyone who wanted to snag a console through Xbox All Access would have had to head down to a Microsoft Store to sign up. Alas, while opening it up online could bring more people into the fold, the program is still only available in the U.S.
If you're interested in checking out Xbox All Access, you can get started with the program at Microsoft (opens in new tab).
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And if you cant get approved for a Dell Preferred Account, your SOL.
If someone can't get approved for a little credit then they should get their finances in check before playing video games.
I see Microsoft offering this to eveyone from the start of next gen and if they do could be a massive thing.
hmm I don't know. Personally, I don't see how this is a good deal.
When is this coming to the UK?
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