Microsoft offers free Xbox360 to students

Microsoft Corp comes up with a fresh offer for students, starting May 22, those who buy a new Windows 7-based PC for $699 or more will receive as a free gift, a Xbox 360 4GB console.

The offer is available at participating retailers for current students in the U.S. until September 3, or while supplies last. Microsoft also promises that similar student-focused offers will be coming soon in Canada and France.

To take advantage of this offer, you will need to have .edu e-mail address, and this will allow you to purchase your new PC through one of participating online retailers. But don’t worry if you don’t have such email, you can still go to a retail store with your student ID and to choose your preferred laptop.

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You will be able to buy a PC from Dell.com, HP.com, or Microsoft’s online store, as well as at Best Buy or Microsoft’s stores.

More information about this offer can be found at here.

Source: Microsoft

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