Buy 5 'Best Picture' winners for $5 each, get a $25 Microsoft Store e-gift card @ Microsoft
Buy 5 ‘Best Picture’ winners for $5 each, get a $25 Store e-gift card Microsoft
Terms & Conditions
Offer valid from 12:01 am EST on February 27, 2018 to 11:59 PM PST on March 5, 2018, while supplies last. Available only in Microsoft online store in the United States. Offer valid for select $25.00 Microsoft Store gift card only after purchase of 5 or more qualifying movies. Customer will receive a gift card for $25.00 via email with required promo code within one week of purchase. Rentals not eligible. Not valid on prior orders or purchases; cannot be transferred or otherwise redeemed for cash or promo code(s). May not be combinable with other offers. Refunds will take into account the discount. Price discount does not include taxes, shipping or other fees. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Microsoft reserves the right to modify or discontinue offers at any time. Limit 1 gift card per customer. Other exclusions and limits may apply. Full Terms
Hurry, $5 sale expires in about 6 hours from now!
“Promotional gift card must be redeemed by June 30, 2018 and spent within 90 days of redemption. Works with Microsoft Store online, Windows 10, Xbox One and Xbox 360 (Xbox Live required). Does not work at physical Microsoft Stores… and may be used for eligible purchases (exclusions apply) made directly at select Microsoft digital stores.”
“Microsoft Movies & TV requires a broadband internet connection and a Microsoft account.”
Playback requires the Microsoft Movies & TV app.
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Where I’m guessing that $4.99 and $5 are considered the same thing, ya?
If not, a curse on Microsoft!
Wait, I just looked over at my Lumia 640 cell phone coated with a thin veener of dust.
A curse on Microsoft, regardless!
Where I’m guessing that $4.99 and $5 are considered the same thing…
Good point… especially dealing with MS. However, they say you have a choice of 25 titles and when you click the “Buy Now” button for the promo, only 25 titles show up. So, I think you’re safe as long as you spend $4.99 on each (I don’t see any that cost exactly $5.00).