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The Xbox Spring Sale is starting on the 20th of March and with it there are plenty of deals for those who already have an Xbox and some even better deals for those who might be thinking of getting involved. This won’t just be an Xbox games sale though as there will also be deals for PC games as well as various Movies and TV shows from the Marketplace.

The first big deal of the sale is that for the duration the prices on Xbox One consoles will drop to $299. This will mean that there is $50 off on all Xbox One console bundles including newly released titles. Two such titles include the Xbox One Tom Clancy’s The Division bundle, Xbox One 500GB Name Your Game Bundle, or even the Xbox One Special Edition Quantum Break bundle. These Xbox One bundle deals will start on the 20th of March.

On the 22nd for a week there will be all kinds of deals on digital Xbox games, PC games, movies and TV shows from the store. There will be 40% to 60% reductions, and sometimes even more on top titles such as Fallout 4, Halo 5, Far Cry Primal, and over 150 others. Backwards compatible titles will also be getting some deals.

If you purchase Xbox Live Gold during this sale then you will also unlock an additional 10% discount on all of these game deals. An Xbox Gold subscription not only gives you access to online multiplayer with friends and others but you also get 2 Xbox One and 2 Xbox 360 titles every month. Last year the total monetary value of GWG games reached up over $700.

For more information on the sprint sale then you can visit the official Spring Sale website where all of the deals will be updated throughout the course of the Spring Sale. All of the deals will also be mentioned via Major Nelson’s Blog so you can keep an eye on that too.

Are you looking forward to some deals? What game have you been waiting for to go on sale? Let us know in the comments below!


Andrew Stretch

Events Coordinator

I have been playing all kinds of games for as long as I can remember with a particular interest in action adventure and platforming titles. While I am primarily an Xbox gamer I also spend a fair bit of time on the PS4 and on my PC in VR.