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4GB Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle $100 off, Halo 4 $20 off at the Microsoft Store

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The Microsoft Store updated its deals on Xbox 360 consoles and games Sunday to knock $100 off the total price of the 4GB Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle and $20 off of Halo 4.

For a limited time, you can get the 4GB Xbox 360 Kinect Bundle that comes with Kinect Sports for $199.99 from the Microsoft Store. The retailer has the Holiday Bundle version that also comes with Kinect Disneyland on sale for $199.99 as well but it is sold out unfortunately. We'd keep checking back if that is the one you prefer.

Halo 4 is also on sale for just $39.99 along with the open world racing game, Forza Horizon. Note though that Amazon has Halo 4 at the same price currently along with a $10 Amazon Instant Video Credit.

For those looking to renew or start an Xbox LIVE Gold membership, the Microsoft Store has the 12 Month Xbox LIVE Gold card on sale for $44.99.

Also, while we covered this earlier, the Microsoft Store has the best deal for the new Xbox 360 Nike+ Kinect Training Bundle. While other stores match the $249 price, the Microsoft Store is the only one to include a two year Microsoft Assure warranty.

Free shipping is available for the consoles and games but tax is applicable in states that have a physical Microsoft Store location.

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