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This article was published on December 30, 2014


The Xbox One will cost $50 more after January 3

The Xbox One will cost $50 more after January 3
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Unfortunately, sales don’t last forever. Though console price cuts tend to be on permanent side, the current $349 pricing for the Xbox One was only a holiday promotion that Microsoft said would only last two months – a promotion that seemed to work well.

Holiday surge now over, Microsoft is making good on its time limit; the $50 savings end on January 3rd. So if you’ve been saving up for a new Xbox or just hadn’t been able to grab one before they sold out, this is your last chance to get a sweet deal on the console.

➤ Final Chance to Buy Xbox One Starting at $349 [Xbox Wire]

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