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Just as we reported last week, Microsoft is selling the a 4GB Xbox 360 console with a Kinect for $99 with a two-year Xbox Live Gold contract for $14.99 per month. Unfortunately, you'll have to live near a Microsoft Store to cash in on this deal; you'll need to bring in the coupon (or have the store associate enter a specific offer code) and sign up for two years of service. Overall, this bundle will cost $458.76 over the course of two years (before taxes), as compared to a $299 bundle bought outright, plus two years at $59.99 per year for Xbox Live Gold, which can often be found at a discount — so while you'll save some money off the bat by signing that contract, you'll actually spend a little more over the course of the two years.
Originally posted by matty1053
I never like Microsoft...
Do we need a contract to live now?
"Welcome, to live, you need to have a 5 year contract and pay about $1.5 million dollars to continue your life. Want the contract for 2 years or 10?"
I don't care, it's just insane with thet contracts. No one thinks about them now.