A year of Xbox Music Pass will cost you $49.90 for one day only
Microsoft is wrapping up its 12 Days of Deals promotion with a deep discount on a year-long subscription to its Xbox Music service.
Starting 8AM Eastern Standard Time tomorrow, anyone and everyone will be able to purchase a year of Xbox Music Pass for $49.90 online from the Microsoft Store. Normally, that same subscription would cost $99.99, and those who can make it to a retail location can expect even more savings. Shoppers at the Microsoft Store can expect to pay $29.99, according to a YouTube video posted by the retail outlet.
Xbox Music has apps for Windows Phone, iPhone, Android, Windows and the web. Like Zune Music Pass before it, an Xbox Music Pass gets users unlimited access to Microsoft’s entire catalog of songs. Users can download those songs for offline playback later or stream them from Microsoft servers to save space on their device. The Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions of Xbox Music allow free music video streaming too. Today, Xbox Music is one of the few ways you can listen to music and play video games on the Xbox One.