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Microsoft offers “Work & Play” bundle for $149

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It seems Microsoft is leaving no stone unturned to make this holiday season a saving extra bonanza with new special offers on four of its most useful online services bundled into one “Work & Play” package. Redmond has announced it is offering “Work and Play” bundle for a promotional price of $149 in its retail stores in the United States.

Microsoft had introduced its “Work & Play” bundle, including annual subscriptions to Office 365 Home, Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Music Pass and Skype Unlimited World, just last month for $199 per year.

The new holiday bundle offer marks down the package deal cost by an additional $50 from its original $199 price tag.

This seems to be a great deal for individuals who use Skype, Microsoft Office 365 applications, listens to Xbox Music, and has an Xbox to use Xbox Live as separate subscription to all these mentioned services would cost them as much as $450 annually. What’s even more appealing is that customers can also enjoy 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage, which comes with Office 365 suite.

Microsoft has confirmed that the Work & Play bundle offer will be available starting 11 November up to January 4 or until stocks last.