Posted by: kurtsh | March 13, 2015

DEAL: Microsoft celebrates Pi Day with 12 month Xbox Music Passes for $31.41 (70% discount)

imageTomorrow on March 14, 2015 (3.14.15), we are making 12-Month Xbox Music Passes available for purchase for $31.41 (usually $99).

From the Fire Hose:

Every March 14, I get an irresistible craving for pie. But really, it’s Pi Day – an homage to the mathematical constant of the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, and it’s also Albert Einstein’s birthday. And this year, the sequence is even cooler: 3.14.15. Mind. Blown.

To celebrate this auspicious day, you can pick up new digital gift cards with the Pi Day theme your recipients can redeem for apps, games and music. Download the Digital Gift Cards app for free from the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store.

Also on the 14th – and for the day only – you can buy a 12-month Xbox Music Pass for $31.41 (regularly $99) from the Microsoft Store. This subscription gives you access to millions of songs to play on your Xbox, the Web, or your Windows Phone, PC and tablet. This offer is good for new subscriptions and renewals of existing subscriptions.

Finally, exercise your noggin with the new Einstein Brain Trainer HD app. It comes with 30 activities to stimulate your mind. It’s on sale for half-off at the Windows Store for $2.99 and $1.49 at the Windows Phone Store.

Check these out as you eat your pie in honor of Pi Day, and read more about these promotions on Blogging Windows and the Lumia Conversations blog.

Unlimited music for a year for just $31.41.  Yes, this is a total steal.  Get this while you can! 


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