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Xbox One and Xbox 360 games are buy two, get one free at Microsoft Store

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The Microsoft Store launched a buy two, get one free off for Xbox One and Xbox 360 games on Friday. Depending on the combo you select, you could potentially get three next-gen games for as little as $60.

The Xbox One promotional offer works by first selecting two games from a list that features some games already on sale for half off. The games on sale for $29.99 include “Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag,” “Madden NFL 25,” “Call of Duty: Ghosts,” “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes” and “NBA 2K14.” Full priced games include “Titanfall,” “Just Dance 2014” and “Wolfenstein: The New Order” at $59.99 plus “Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes” for $29.99.

However, don’t select “Titanfall” or “Wolfenstein: The Order as one of the two games to buy because it is part of the list free games you can choose from. They are joined by “Need for Speed: Rivals,” “Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag,” “Madden NFL 25,” “FIFA 14,” “Call of Duty: Ghosts,” “Just Dance 2014,”“LEGO Marvel Super Heroes,” “NBA 2K14,” “Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare” and “The LEGO Movie Videogame.”

This is potentially a fantastic deal for Xbox One owners who select two of the $29.99 deals and then either “Titanfall” or “Wolfenstein: The New Order” as the free title. Free shipping is available but sales tax may be applicable.

The Xbox 360 promotional offer works the same way and has numerous titles priced between $27.99 and $59.99 available as the two games to select from. The list includes “Grand Theft Auto V,” “Call of Duty: Ghosts,” LEGO Marvel Super Heroes and many more. Again though, it’s best to save full priced $59.99 titles like “Titanfall,” “South Park: The Stick of Truth” and “Dark Souls II” as the free game selection.

Other deals available at Microsoft Store include “Thief” for $39.99. There’s also a pre-order offer for “Watch Dogs” that grants a $15 Xbox gift card back.

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