Grab a discount on Xbox games, consoles and services in the Microsoft Spring Sale.
There are reductions of up to 67% on a wide selection of Xbox One games in the Microsoft Spring Sale, with additional discounts of up to 10% available to Xbox Live Gold members.
It’s a decent sale, too, with price cuts applied to plenty of recent AAA titles, plus some Xbox exclusives. Our highlights include 15% off the marvellous Cuphead, a 67% discount on FIFA 18, and 30% off Ubisoft’s excellent Assassin’s Creed: Origins. The game sale runs until April 9, 2018.
If you’re yet to buy an Xbox console, there are some additional deals running to tempt you. If you buy an Xbox One X you can get a free game of your choice from a selection that includes Far Cry 5, Star Wars Battlefront II, and PUBG. You can also save $50 on an Xbox One S console, and get a free select game of your choice. Console promotions end on April 1, 2018.
Finally, you can get three months for the price of one on all new Xbox Live Gold memberships for the next two weeks. Here are some of our sale recommendations.
Microsoft Spring Sale game highlights
- Abzu – 40%
- Call of Duty: WWII – 17%
- Cuphead – 15%
- Destiny 2 – 40%
- FIFA 18 – 67%
- Forza Motorsport 7 – 40%
- NBA 2K18 – 40%
- Rocket League – 40%
- Star Wars Battlefront II – 50%
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