Here’s a deal which I think will be relevant for a few of you, specifically those who use Xbox and the Windows app store on its various devices. The “Xbox Music” audio service usually costs $99 for a year’s subscription. But right now from the Microsoft Store online, you can grab the 12 month pass for only $31.41!
Here’s a quick description of what you are getting with the 12-Month Xbox Music Pass:
Get a whole year of ad-free music and access to 30 million songs from one of the largest digital music catalogs on the planet.
Obviously there are a variety of other music services available for you to choose from, but this is actually a super-hot price for getting this service!
For me, I usually use Spotify to stream music on my various devices, including my desktop PC and my iPad. I recently purchased a Microsoft Surface Pro and had a search for Spotify on the app store, only to find that the app wasn’t available there! I did see that Xbox Music was an option on the Surface Pro, but I was a little daunted because of the subscription cost. But for only $31 for the entire year, I’m going to grab this deal as soon as I’ve finished writing this post!
So, I don’t yet have the service and cannot give it a personal review for you guys, but I had a google to see what other people thought of the Xbox Music service instead. Moneysense has a comparison of some of the various services, comparing costs and what you are getting. Their view on Xbox Music is that it is great for gamers to stream some tunes while they are gaming.
(Expires: 14th March 2015)