With the upcoming Holiday season we can’t help but think ahead to the wallet emptying, stress inducing, and suicide encouraging fun that is Christmas shopping. Most of us will camp out in front of a retail store huddled close together, using curbs as bathrooms, and taking up space in our unnecesary ten-person tent and will await our chance to buy crap at a discount so we can fool our friends and family into thinking we spent real money on them. Others, will casually bide their time and gaze into ads each and every week until they see their last chance to buy anything on sale and will then make a mad scramble to a store and blindly grasp at anything that remains on shelves. If you count yourself as falling into either one of these categories, you have likely hated the holiday season for quite some time. Yet, you cant help resist those special purchases that have limited themselves to only being available when shopping for Christmas.
But, there is hope. Gaming consoles are showing their holiday spirit early this year and you shouldn’t miss out on taking advantage of their generosity. If you are like the other many sad people that have yet to get an Xbox 360, you are in luck. Now that we are on our way to the Holiday 2012 season it is important that we catch deals early so as not to miss them. One of said “can’t miss” deals have now arrived! The new xbox 360 holiday bundles have been stuffed like your much anticipated stocking. Holiday Bundles mean getting more for your money and this year is no exception to being able to acquire a cool Xbox 360 with free games and xbox live for the same price as the console was when it was by its lonesome for months prior. Bundle opportunities only come so often and the Holiday deals are the best. So how great can this stuff be? See for yourself…
This fine dandy is the Xbox 360 stand alone bundle. This tasty deal gives you the basic elements of the Xbox 360 250gb purchase, but also includes Forza 4 “Essentials Edition”, the Skyrim live DLC and also 1 month of Xbox Live for no extra charge!
Remember, these bundles cost the same price as they were when not a bundle. I mean, come on! That means the newly bundled Xbox 360 250 gb will cost just $299.99, and the Kinect 4gb bundle will also only cost $299.99. Will anyone be abandoning their Xbox 360-less lives and pick one of these bad boys up?