Xbox Spring Sale kicks off on April 11 with big savings on more than 350 titles
If you've been holding off on buying games for your Xbox One in anticipation of the Xbox Store's next big sale, your wait is almost over. Kicking off on April 11, Microsoft is kicking off a Spring Sale, offering discounts on hundreds of games, apps and more.
Spring Sale runs from 11-17 April and features over 350 titles with savings up to 67% off (Xbox Live Gold members save up to 10% more) pic.twitter.com/EWbJE2qHjkSpring Sale runs from 11-17 April and features over 350 titles with savings up to 67% off (Xbox Live Gold members save up to 10% more) pic.twitter.com/EWbJE2qHjk— Larry Hryb 💬 (@majornelson) April 7, 2017April 7, 2017
The sale will run for exactly one week from April 11-17, during which you'll be able to pick up Xbox One and Xbox 360 games like Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1, Bioshock Infinite, and many more for up to 67 percent off. Like previous sales, the discounts will extend to movies, TV shows, music, and apps as well. Xbox Live Gold members will also be able to eke out a little more band for their buck with an extra 10% discount. And if you're not a Gold subscriber yet, Microsoft will be offering subscriptions for $1 — though that deal has been limited to new subscribers in past sales.
Lastly, the Spring Sale is set to dip its toes into the hardware arena as well with $15 off at the Xbox Design Lab. That should make it a little easier to spring for your own customized controller.
We don't yet have a full list of the games, apps, and everything else that'll be on sale, but we'll get a better look once the Spring Sale kicks off on April 11.
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I already have more games than I can ever complete in a year, but I still want more :-(, I'll probably be getting them regardless :-)
You can buy games for 30-40€ instead of 70