Today's Microsoft Video Game Blowout Sale Offers Infinite Warfare And Other Titles Half Off

Posted: Dec 7 2016, 3:55am CST | by , Updated: Dec 7 2016, 4:00am CST, in News | Holiday Gift Guide

 

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Today's Microsoft Video Game Blowout Sale offers Infinite Warfare and other Titles Half Off

The Microsoft store hosts a big Xbox video game sale today, like it would be Black Friday.

The Microsoft Store offers on Day 3 of the company's 12 Days of Deals sale a blow out on new Xbox game releases. New titles are 50% off and games start as low as $19.99.

The Microsoft Holiday video game sale is not cutting corners and the 50% savings apply on top titles including Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Battlefield 1. Customers end up paying $29.99 each for these blockbuster games. The prices for these games have not been lower on Black Friday.

Titan Fall 2, NHL 17, FIFA 17 and NFL 17 sell for $39.99. The ReCore game for Xbox One or PC sells for $19.99. Find all video game deals on microsoftstore.com, only available today. Microsoft offers Xbox One S bundles with a free game and a free wireless controller. The bundles start at $299.99 on microsoftstore.com.

Sony PS4 gamers can find game deals today on Amazon.com. The Day 4 of Amazon's 12 Days of Deals features video game deals including $49.99 for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition.

Find the latest deals on Holiday gifts and guides in the Holiday Gifts 2016 coverage. Holiday shoppers can find all information needed to find Hatchimals and Nintendo NES Classic in time for Christmas.

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