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Microsoft taking $99 Xbox 360 national later this month

Jun 06 // Kyle MacGregor
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Microsoft's latest effort to make the Xbox 360 seem less expensive than it actually is will soon be going national. Yes, that incredible $99 Xbox 360 deal that launched exclusively at Microsoft Stores last month is coming to a retailer near you. Prepare to rush out to your local Best Buy nationwide or select GameStop location when the promotion goes live later this month. Make sure to get one quick, though -- this deal won't last forever!

Any questions? What? No, this isn't predatory lending to eleven-year-olds. If little kids want to use their life savings from working long, hard days at the lemonade stand, that's their God-given right as Americans. I mean, after the initial down payment all you have to do is make 24 easy monthly installments of $14.99 for Xbox Live and that lovely 4GB machine is as good as yours. Hell, we're feeling so generous, we'll even throw in a Kinect to sweeten the deal.

$99 4GB Xbox 360 and Kinect coming to more retailers later this month [Major Nelson]


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