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If you’ve been eyeing an Xbox One X but haven’t wanted to throw down the money for it all at once, Xbox All Access might be the answer.

Microsoft is making it easier for some players to buy an Xbox One S or Xbox One X with its Xbox All Access program, which it has officially announced following recent rumors.

As reported, Xbox All Access will let you pay off an Xbox One S 1TB or Xbox One X in the form of 24 monthly payments with no upfront costs. On top of that, the All Access package will include 2-year subscriptions to Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold.

Xbox One S package will start at $21.99 per month, while the Xbox One X is slightly more expensive at $34.99 per month.

The good news is that Xbox All Access will make it even easier to buy a new Xbox and gain access to its best features—Live and Game Pass. The one downside is that, if you want to take advantage of Xbox All Access, you’ll have to get off the couch. The deal is only available in participating Microsoft Stores, which means that some people might have to drive several hours to participate.

If you’re interested, check out Microsoft’s website for store locations and more information about how to sign up for the program.

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Microsoft officially announces Xbox All Access program

Microsoft is making it easier and more cost efficient to start living that Xbox lifestyle.

By Michael Goroff | 08/27/2018 03:30 PM PT | Updated 10/8/2018 11:39 AM PT

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If you’ve been eyeing an Xbox One X but haven’t wanted to throw down the money for it all at once, Xbox All Access might be the answer.

Microsoft is making it easier for some players to buy an Xbox One S or Xbox One X with its Xbox All Access program, which it has officially announced following recent rumors.

As reported, Xbox All Access will let you pay off an Xbox One S 1TB or Xbox One X in the form of 24 monthly payments with no upfront costs. On top of that, the All Access package will include 2-year subscriptions to Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold.

Xbox One S package will start at $21.99 per month, while the Xbox One X is slightly more expensive at $34.99 per month.

The good news is that Xbox All Access will make it even easier to buy a new Xbox and gain access to its best features—Live and Game Pass. The one downside is that, if you want to take advantage of Xbox All Access, you’ll have to get off the couch. The deal is only available in participating Microsoft Stores, which means that some people might have to drive several hours to participate.

If you’re interested, check out Microsoft’s website for store locations and more information about how to sign up for the program.

Read More


About Michael Goroff

view all posts

Michael Goroff has been gaming for almost three decades. He's a lover of all games and systems, but he mostly plays Xbox. That being said, if he's a fanboy, he's a fanboy for the game industry as a whole. Spit white-hot fanboy hate at him, trash talk his Gold II rank on Rocket League, or maybe just send him a cordial hello on Twitter @gogogoroff.