Microsoft

November 18

The Microsoft Store: HP Stream 7 Signature Edition Tablet With Office 365 | $188 Value Now $119

Posted by on November 18, 2014 at 11:36 AM

The Microsoft Store: HP Stream 7 Signature Edition Tablet With Office 365 | $188 Value Now $119

Hey there, my fellow deal hunters! Today’s deal at the Microsoft Store is for the popular HP Stream 7 Signature Edition Tablet with Office 365. This bundle is a $188 value, but until November 23rd you can buy this for just $119! You’ll also get free shipping with your order! This is a great tablet to have, and would make a wonderful gift – especially since it comes with 1 year of Office 365, so it would be wonderful for students!

The HP Stream 7 Signature Edition Tablet with Office 365 has some appealing features, including a 7-inch HD touch screen, 1GB of memory, 32GB of storage, and much more that you can learn about by clicking here. What makes this a great tablet to have is the fact that it has some great battery life – it can last up to 8 hours without a charge! You can check out all of the features of this HP Stream 7 Signature Edition Tablet by clicking on the link above.

I personally think that a Windows tablet at this price would be a fantastic present for Christmas! It’s only $119, you’ll get free shipping, and as I mentioned previously, you’ll also get 1 year of Office 365 with it (a $69 value). You can work on assignments using Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel, watch videos online, keep up with the latest news by browsing the web, check your emails, and even keep up with your social media profiles, like Facebook or Twitter. You can also download a wide variety of free apps!

If you wanted to buy this HP Stream 7 Signature Edition Tablet from Amazon’s American website, it would cost you $99.99 US (plus shipping and import fees). I’ve included a brief review of this Windows tablet from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

Really impressed with how well made and quick it is. The kids love it. The camera isn’t the best but don’t expect that will matter to most users.

I hope you all have a great day today, my fellow deal hunters!

(Expiry: 23rd November 2014)

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November 16

Just $329 For Asus Transformer Signature Edition 32GB Tablet + 500GB Keyboard + Free Shipping @ Microsoft Store Canada!! (EXPIRED)

Posted by on November 16, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Just $329 For Asus Transformer Signature Edition 32GB Tablet + 500GB Keyboard + Free Shipping @ Microsoft Store Canada!! (EXPIRED)

November is usually synonymous with loads of tech deals and here’s another little hot offer to get you Moosers ready for Christmas: Microsoft Store is currently selling the Asus Transformer 10.1″ tablet for just $329. It’s a 2-in-1 PC that also comes with a 500GB HDD keyboard dock.

I am beyond jealous of this deal. If I hadn’t already gotten my hubby this exact tablet a year ago, I would have totally taken advantage of this mega deal from the Microsoft Store, especially since I bought his at full price and without the keyboard!

For just $329, however, you can currently get this tablet along with a detachable keyboard. The option of a keyboard is a particularly great one, especially for those times that you need to take notes (i.e. in class) but another major perk is that it add as much as 500 additional giga bytes on top of the already built-in 32 ones within the tablet for a total of 532GB. That’s particularly useful for all those of you that are looking to use a tablet for watching movies and TV shows.

Speaking of taking notes, it also comes with a free year of Office 365 Personal, which includes Words, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote!

Here are just some of the other noteworthy features:

  • 10.1″ LED HD screen
  • 2GB memory
  • 32-bit Windows 8.1
  • 2-in-1 PC
  • 2-cell battery life
  • Bluetooth integrated

Looking around, I found this exact tablet on sale for $388.99 (reg. $399) at Amazon.com. Although Microsoft Store’s doesn’t have any reviews, on Amazon, this cool tablet has generated nearly 170 reviews with a general consensus of 3.9 stars out of 5. In fact, here’s one review that particularly stood out to me:

I’ve read TONS of reviews and I’ve seen people say that you shouldn’t expect it to function like a computer but so far that’s exactly what it does. It’s a small computer. I love it and I’m super glad I decided to spend the money on it. Well worth it.

Plus, with purchase of this tablet, you can also save 15% off select accessories like wireless mice, keyboards, webcams, and more. For those of you with an Xbox, remotes for either the Xbox One or Xbox 360 are also among these picks.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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November 10

Microsoft Canada: Asus Signature Edition Laptop $179 (Save $20)

Posted by on November 10, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Microsoft Canada: Asus Signature Edition Laptop $179 (Save $20)

Microsoft Canada has a very interesting deal on the Asus X205TA-UH01-BK Signature Edition Laptop. Originally $199, the laptop is now 10% off at only $179. This makes a great basic laptop for your daily social networking and email needs. You will also receive free shipping on your laptop purchase at Microsoft.

My husband and I have been talking about what to do after the warranty on my currently laptop runs out. I generally resell my laptops and invest that money towards a new one. However, this will be the first time I do not need a laptop for school, so I can consider other models I might not have before. This Asus has a lot of very appealing features, besides a low price tag.

Here are the basic features:

  • 11.6-inch (294.64-millimeter) HD display
  • Intel Atom Z3735F – 1.33 GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 1.83 GHz
  • 2GB memory/32GB eMMC
  • Up to 12 hours battery life

This is not a typical laptop; it is more like a hybrid between a tablet and a laptop. The ‘hard-drive’ is not your traditional laptop memory but rather features a 32 eMMC memory. eMMC memory is often found in tablets, cameras, and other portable devices. While you may think that you will be rather short on memory, you will also receive two-years free 100GB OneDrive storage with your purchase.

Your laptop comes with the standard Bluetooth and camera. You get two USB 2.0 ports, a Micro HDMI, and a Headphone output/Microphone input combo port on the laptop. All of this is packed into just over two pounds. Did I mention the 11.3″ screen with what looks like a full chicklet keyboard? I cannot verify it is a full keyboard, but it looks very close.

The Asus Signature Edition comes without junkware or 3rd party trialware. Personally, I think this should be standard not ‘signature’ but I will take it. You can find out more about the Microsoft Signature Editions here.

For a $180 price tag, I think this is a fantastic little device from a pretty well-known brand. For anyone just wanting a laptop to surf the internet and social network – this is your unit. Your device does come with Windows 8 so you can play games on your new device as well. The online storage will help for the first two years, but checkout pricing afterward.

(Expiry: 31st December 2014)

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November 2

Microsoft Store Canada: $30 Off Xbox One Console + Free Shipping – Now $369

Posted by on November 2, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Microsoft Store Canada: $30 Off Xbox One Console + Free Shipping   Now $369

Recently, Ivan blogged about a deal at Best Buy where you can pre-order the Xbox One Sunset Overdrive special edition for $400. The deal is still one and in fact, the bundles have already began to be shipped out but if you don’t want a white console and you would prefer to get a different game than the Sunset Overdrive one, then get your console at the Microsoft Store instead becasue you can currently get it for $369, which is a $30 discount from its original price of $400. Plus, it will also be shipped absolutely free.

I’m more of a PlayStation kind of gal myself, but if I was looking into getting an Xbox One, I would probably prefer to go for the black one anyways as it just looks classier and would fit better with my decor. That’s just me but for anyone with kids, an Xbox One may be the way to go, especially with Christmas right around the corner. Just yesterday, GameCentral wrote a very informative article on Metro.co.uk about why they would choose to buy an Xbox One this Christmas and among the top pros listed were: more and better games, the advantages of Xbox Live over the PlayStation Network, EA Access and the use of apps.

With 8GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive, you can play games, movies and much more. In fact, here’s what one reviewer had to say about it:

This is such a great product, and the multi tasking is really neat. bluray movies, online games, TV, this does everything you need for a gaming machine and then the home entertainment as well. 100% recommend to family, friends and everyone in between.

Everywhere else, this console is priced at $400.

With the purchase of this console at the Microsoft Store, you can also get a 12-month Xbox LIVE gold membership for $44.99 instead of $59.99. At its reduced price, it comes down to just $ per month and it’s definitely a must-have for any Xbox gamer. On top of special member discounts of up to 75% off, you will also get access to free games and advanced multiplayer access, which means that you will be able to play games remotely with your friends.

Moosers, are you planning on getting a console for Christmas? Will it be a PS4 or an Xbox One?

(Image Credit: Heavy.com)

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 26

Xbox Live Marketplace Canada: Get 50% To 75% Off Select Xbox 360 Games

Posted by on October 26, 2014 at 7:00 AM

Xbox Live Marketplace Canada: Get 50% To 75% Off Select Xbox 360 Games

This is an intriguing deal that Xbox 360 owners can check out. When you log into the Xbox Live Marketplace, you can now save anywhere from 50% to 75% on a handful of great games! You won’t have to worry about paying shipping either, since you’ll be able to download these games on to your Xbox 360 system and play them soon after your purchase! All I can say to that is the following: whooo!

Here are the games that are included in this enticing Xbox Marketplace sale:  Alice: Madness Returns ($4.99 – was $19.99), Dead Space ($5.09 – was $14.99), Dead Island: Riptide ($9.99 – was $19.99), Dead Space 3 ($4.99 – was $19.99), and Mass Effect ($4.99 – was $19.99).

This sale doesn’t seem like something that’s being promoted too much by Microsoft, so click on the individual game links above to check out each deal. Get them quickly, because they just might go back to regular price soon!

These are some very familiar games – they certainly aren’t any discounted indy games! Mass Effect has had quite the following for a while as well, so it’s quite the popular game. If you’re looking for a way to enjoy some great titles on your Xbox 360 for a cheap price, then you should download these games.

If you were to purchase Mass Effect from Best Buy, it would cost you $19.99. These titles might be older, but they’re still great if you haven’t tried them before. I’ve included a brief review of Mass Effect from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

This review is short but sweet. Get Mass Effect now if : you remotely enjoy RPG’s AND/OR are a science fiction aficionado. Enough said.

These games may not be discounted for very long, so if you want them, get them as soon as you can. I hope you’re all enjoying your weekend!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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October 14

Microsoft Store Canada: Kingston DataTraveler SE9 8 GB USB Flash Drive | Was $13 Now $5 (EXPIRED)

Posted by on October 14, 2014 at 7:30 AM

Microsoft Store Canada: Kingston DataTraveler SE9 8 GB USB Flash Drive | Was $13 Now $5 (EXPIRED)

If you need an affordable USB stick, then this is the deal for you. At this time, you can pick up a Kingston DataTraveler SE9 8 GB USB Flash Drive from The Microsoft Store for only $4.92 (was $12.99). You’ll also get free shipping with your order, which is always a great bonus!

The Kingston DataTraveler SE9 8 GB USB Flash Drive is USB 2.0 compatible, and can hold up to 8 GB of storage. It’s also quite the compact little device!

I always find USB flash drives very useful. Whenever I want to bring certain documents, photos, or videos to a friend’s house, these devices can really come in handy – after all, I just have to stick it in my pocket! And it’s not like it takes up a lot of space in my pocket, either, so it’s easy for me to also carry my wallet and cell phone without any problems.

Before USB flash drives started to become affordable, I would have to put videos and photos on recordable CDs, which you could only use once. Sure, you always had the files around on a CD, but it cost me money to put them on a recordable CD (I know they didn’t cost much, but I can remember using hundreds of CDs over the years for simply transporting videos, documents, or photos). Also, floppy disks may have been able to hold some documents, but you couldn’t hold many pictures on them (and videos were just too big for the 1.4 MB floppy disks).

If you were to purchase this Kingston DataTraveler SE9 8 GB USB Flash Drive on Amazon, it would cost you $8.40 plus shipping. I’ve listed a brief review of this USB flash drive from a satisfied Amazon customer below:

The build quality of this USB is outstanding. It is USB 2.0 though so keep that in mind. But for the simple every day uses, it is okay. Great buy if you ask me. Sturdy and cheap price. 

This item may not be in stock for very long, so check out this deal while you still can. Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 5

Microsoft Store: Buy Xbox One & Get a Free Game

Posted by on September 5, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Microsoft Store: Buy Xbox One & Get a Free Game

Buy an Xbox One at the Microsoft Store and you’ll get a free game of your choice! You can choose from the console alone or a bundle and both will get you a free game.

When I added the Xbox One console to my cart for $399, it gave me the choice of 16 games, all with a regular price of $69.99 on average (some higher, some lower) or I could get an Xbox Live 12-month gold card for free, worth $59.99.

Taking a look around at prices elsewhere, most places sell the console and/or the bundle for the prices Microsoft is selling for, but none of them are including a free game.

My kids got the Wii U last year, but I’m considering getting them the Xbox One for Christmas this year. Now is the time to shop and get the best deals and not wait until the last minute at Christmas and hope for something really great. I like to be prepared while the weather is still hot and not wait until it is too cold to go outside.

What I like about Xbox One is the kinect feature, so they can actually get some exercise while they play their vids. I think would get them Kinect Sports Rivals as it looks like a super fun game with a lot of action. Getting it free saves me $60!

On the other hand, the gold membership is worth its weight in, well, gold. It gives you so much access to games, movies and more, plus you can get even more deals with it. I love a deal on top of a deal.

Of course buying a bundle gets you the bundle, plus the free game and right now the complete bundle is on sale for $699.95, with a regular price of $749.95. You’ll basically get three games with it instead of two.

Also, you’ll get free shipping, which is a sweet bonus on top of these deals!

(expiry: unknown)

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September 4

Microsoft Store: $100 Off Surface 2 Tablet & Free Sleeve – Starting @ $349

Posted by on September 4, 2014 at 7:30 PM

Microsoft Store: $100 Off Surface 2 Tablet & Free Sleeve   Starting @ $349

The Microsoft Store has discounted all their Surface 2 tablets by $100. Big deal, other stores are doing it too. However, Microsoft sweetens the deal considerably by throwing in a free sleeve of your choice up to $50 worth. Now this is a deal worth talking about. Get your own Surface 2 Tablet and sleeve of your choice starting at $349.

The Surface 2 tablet is discounted by $100 in all sizes. You can purchase:

  • 32GB Surface 2 Was $449 | Now $349
  • 64GB Surface 2 Was $549 | Now $449
  • 64GB Surface 2 for AT&T Was $679 | Now $579

As I said before, Microsoft is not the only one who has, or will discount these tablets. Best Buy Canada currently has the same tablets for 99 cents more, though the deal at Best Buy ends tonight. However, no one else is offering a free sleeve with the discounted tablet and that is where Microsoft steps ahead of the competition.

32GB is enough space for me, though upgrading to double the space for only an extra $100 is pretty tempting. There are tons of cases to choose from in this offer. That is the other thing that really wins me over in this deal: choice! It is not like “here, have this ugly case we are trying to get rid of anyway.” Rather, you get to choose from 35 different cases. This is unusual and splendid in my books. The cases range in value, but here are some of the higher value options:

  • Brenthaven BX2 Sleeve – $49.99 value
  • Maroo Folio Case for Surface (Purple) – $49.99 value
  • Nixon Surface Sleeve (Steel Blue) – $49.99 value

There is great brand diversity and many different colour options as well.

Picking up this deal is simple. Select the tablet you want first. Then, it will open up the selection of free cases for you to choose from with all of them marked down to $0. Pick your case. At the bottom, you will see a bar that says, “Review your bundle.” Make sure you have what you want and then add the bundle to your cart.

Microsoft Store: $100 Off Surface 2 Tablet & Free Sleeve   Starting @ $349

Overall, you save $150. Your cart should look something like the above image. Microsoft offers free shipping on orders of $75 or more so you will be getting this bundle shipped to your door for free.

I don’t have much experience with the Microsoft tablets, so I really can’t advise you as to whether they are worth the price. Feel free to comment if you have one!

(Expiry: unknown)

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May 20

Microsoft Store Canada: Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS Watch Only $100

Posted by on May 20, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Microsoft Store Canada: Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS Watch Only $100

Get the Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS watch for only $99.99, saving you $50 off the $149.99 regular price tag from Microsoft Store.

If you are a runner or actively getting into the fitness realm, you may want to find a way to track your stats. A GPS watch like the Garmin Forerunner 110 is one of the easiest ways to do it. You may be thinking, “But Eva, I use my smartphone to track my fitness stats”, and sure you may just do that, but you may not want to if you are serious about your statistics. There are quite a few reasons why a GPS watch is a better tool than your smartphone for this type of application and these include size, the watch is waterproof and it is quite a bit more accurate. Check out this article from Athletes GPS on the pros and cons of smartphones vs. GPS watches.

Another question you might want to ask me is why you need to track your data, and the reason is simply this: knowing how fast/hard/good you are will make you want to go faster/harder/better. I can attest to this, as I’ve tracked my data quite a bit over the years and found when I was lacking, I pushed it harder, and when I was getting better, I pushed it harder even more.

You’ll get this item shipped to you for free as well, which is a nice savings.

Photo credit: Warein

(Expiry: Unknown)

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April 26

Microsoft Canada: Upgrade from XP and get $100 off, 90 Days Support and Free Data Transfer with new Computer

Posted by on April 26, 2014 at 8:30 AM

Microsoft Canada: Upgrade from XP and get $100 off, 90 Days Support and Free Data Transfer with new Computer

The sky is falling and XP is dying! Take advantage of OS death and upgrade with Microsoft Stores!

If you haven’t heard, I’m very, very disappointed in you. Windows XP support ended a few days ago. That means the thirteen year old operating system that you’re using is no longer supported. No more updates, no more tech support from Microsoft, no more illusion of security. It’s all gone. And you better believe if I was a black hat hacker, I’d be furiously working to release a virus to wreak havoc on Windows XP computers. Steal information, hold files ransom, crash systems. I highly suspect that this will happen and you know what? Microsoft doesn’t care. They aren’t going to help you when you get in trouble.

Thankfully they will help you upgrade to Windows 8. Right now if you buy a new PC at MicrosoftStore.com you can get $100 off, 90 days of free support and free data transfer. That last part, for normal users, is huge. All the info on your computer will be transferred to the new one automagically.

There are a couple of things to keep in mind here. The $100 off in only valid on computers or Surface Pro 2 tablets over $599. If you are going to one of the few Canadian bricks and mortar Microsoft Stores, you need to bring your XP machine to trade in.

(Expires: 15th June 2014)

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April 3

Microsoft Store: 64GB Surface RT Tablet + Free Touch Cover (Only $299!)

Posted by on April 3, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Microsoft Store: 64GB Surface RT Tablet + Free Touch Cover (Only $299!)

Get a great tablet at a great price!

I’m here to defend Microsoft. Are you feeling okay, Shawn? Yeah, I’m okay. A little tired but I’m good. Why do you ask? Because you hate Microsoft, Shawn! Why would  you defend them? Well, it’s kind of like a punk rock teenager who hates the establishment cleaning himself up and getting a job at Starbucks while he gets his GED so he can go to college. It’s fine to rage and hate against something blindly but sooner or later (most) people grow up. I used to hate everything Microsoft did, now I’ve come to realize that it’s not all bad. I’ve grown up. That’s right, even me, a nerdy version of anti-establishment punks, can see that Microsoft Surface is a good product.

First off, it’s Microsoft. Most people use Microsoft Windows on their computers so most people are familiar with it. The Windows RT OS that runs on Surface tablets is very similar (almost identical, actually) to the the latest desktop version of the OS, Windows 8. If you’ve been using Windows 8, the tablet is going to be a pick-up-and-go product since you already know the UI. If you, like many people, have looked at Windows 8 and thought that it would really be better on a tablet, well, here’s the tablet with (essentially) Windows 8 on it.

On top of all that you’re getting a full sized 10″ tablet with 64GB of storage AND a free touch cover for only $299. That’s a steal. Listen, I’m no dummy. If you have a Macbook and an iPhone, you are probably sunk in to the Apple world too much to get this. If you’ve bought a new Android phone every year since the G1 came out and you use your stack of old Android tablets as a step stool, you probably aren’t going to switch now. Of maybe you are, maybe you want a change. I think the real market for this deal is the person with a flip phone and a Windows computer. Or the proverbial grandma who will never learn to use a computer but could really use it to talk to her grandkids in Russia. Or even the person who already has a Windows phone. I don’t see many around but some of those Nokia Windows phones are great.

Shipping on these is free.

(Expires: 14th April 2014)

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April 2

Microsoft Store Canada: Trade In Your Gaming Console For $100 Towards xBox One

Posted by on April 2, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Microsoft Store Canada: Trade In Your Gaming Console For $100 Towards xBox One

Want the new xBox One? Want $100 towards the purchase of one? Go into any Microsoft Store (sorry this is not available online for obvious reasons), bring in your older console and you’ll get $100 towards the purchase of the xBox One.

Bring in your PS3, xBox 360 S or xBox 360 E in good working condition and you’ll get $100 in Microsoft retail store credit. Your unit must be able to power on, be fully functional with no broken or missing components, the housing and display can’t be damaged, there can’t be any password protection and it has to include all original chargers and accessories.

You can try and wait for a sale or find a discount on the xBox One, as you can use your credit along with any sales. There is only one trade-in per person, so don’t go in with all your systems hoping to score yourself a free xBox One. I did notice online that the xBox One Play and Charge bundle was $45 off, so $145 off makes the total system only $499.99. In store prices may differ.

I am not really a gamer, besides the odd game of Highway Rollers on my WiiU with the kids, but I’ve heard really great things about xBox One. It doesn’t get much better than getting a credit and trying to get a sale at the same time.

(Expiry: 2nd June 2014)

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March 18

Microsoft Canada: 50% Off Surface Pro 128 GB – Now $499

Posted by on March 18, 2014 at 11:00 PM

Microsoft Canada: 50% Off Surface Pro 128 GB   Now $499

Microsoft Canada is offering the 128GB Surface Pro for only $499 which is $500 off the original retail price.

So, this tablet hasn’t sold for its original price for a while. Most places had priced it around $650 for the last few months and then it went on sale at both Best Buy and Future Shop for $499.99. However, you can’t buy it there because they are both SOLD OUT (that went quick). However, people seem to be ignoring the fact that Microsoft sells their own products and you can still buy the Surface Pro there for like 95 to 99 cents cheaper, and it is still in stock (for now).

What is so cool about this thing? It is a laptop in tablet form. Have you seen the ad with the awesome looking computer propped up on a kickstand and then they put it flat on the floor and draw on it? That is the Surface Pro. It combines the best of both worlds and changes the way you interact with your electronics. Here is what one enthusiastic reviewer said:

I’ve been using the surface pro for 2 weeks now without any problems. I am highly impressed with the design and capabilities of this tablet. This is a powerful machine and is unlike anything else on the market today. It’s great for gaming as well as productivity, I highly recommend the type cover to transform it into a true laptop and tablet or as I like to call it .. “Tabtop”. I love it, it’s simply amazing and wipes the floor with ipads!

This is going to sell out extremely soon if Best Buy and Future Shop are any indication. If you want one, don’t wait to buy it. If you are a student, you can save an extra 10% on the Surface.

Get free shipping on all orders.

(Expiry: 15th April 2014)

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February 24

Microsoft Store Canada: Pre-order xBox One + Titanfall + 1 Month xBox Live Gold For $499

Posted by on February 24, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Microsoft Store Canada: Pre order xBox One + Titanfall + 1 Month xBox Live Gold For $499

Get the xBox One, Titanfall and a month of xBox Live Gold for $499 from Microsoft!

The price of this item isn’t a sale, per se. The bundle’s regular price is $499. The deal here is that they are still selling the xBox One by itself for the same price. The game that comes with it, Titanfall, retails for $59.99.  If you were planning on getting this game along with an xBox One (I can’t imagine anyone who wouldn’t get this game) then you’re saving about $60. If you weren’t planning on getting it, well, I can’t help you. You’re broken.

You also get a month of xBox Live Gold, which you need in order to play Titanfall. Titanfall is a mix of a single player story mode game and an online game. Basically you are playing through story mode but the other people in your team are online, not computer controlled. And it has giant mechs. I love giant mechs.

Microsoft made a point of mentioning the Titanfall packaging. Not a special Titanfall skin over the console itself or the controller. No, no. The box. I don’t know why in the world they would mention that but some marketing goon thought it was important so I figured I’d mention it here too. Maybe it’ll sell more consoles. I dunno.

This is a pre-order so it doesn’t come out until 11th March 2014. Shipping is free and you don’t have to get it at Microsoft Store. Other places like Amazon Canada  have it available too.

(Expires: Unknown)

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February 18

Microsoft Store: Pre-Order Titanfall and Get a Free $10 xBox Gift Card

Posted by on February 18, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Microsoft Store: Pre Order Titanfall and Get a Free $10 xBox Gift Card

Get Titanfall from the Microsoft Store and get a free $10 xBox gift card!

I love mech games. MechWarrior, of course, is the big guns in the world of mech games but there are others like FrontMission and now Titanfall. Titanfall is interesting in that it is essentially an online-only FPS that plays like a single player campaign game. I don’t know how it is going to work in practice but people seem to dig the beta and if the videos on Titanfall’s YouTube Channel are any indication, it looks like they’ve managed it very well.

If you pre-order Titanfall from the Microsoft Store before March 9th, you will get a $10 xBox gift card. You can use it to get the inevitable DLC when it comes out or, if you aren’t up for the DLC thing, you can pick up an indy game or two with the $10. Or you can just hang on to it and pick up some other game another time.

The gift card and game are both digital so no shipping or waiting is required.

(Expires: 9th March 2014)

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