At the time of writing, you have just over nine hours to take advantage of the Click Frenzy deal with Microsoft.
Which is to say, you have 9 hours to login to the Microsoft website to save a metric shitton of money on Xbox One games for Christmas.
A huge mix of titles are currently 60% off as part of the Click Frenzy promotion, and while some of them aren’t worth the price of entry there are some real crackers on offer. Click on the previous link if you want to follow through, but as for the games:
- DOOM: $27.98
- Dishonored: Definitive Edition: $31.98
- The Division (download code): $31.98
- Just Dance 2016: $31.98
- Mirror’s Edge Catalyst: $35.98
- Fallout 4: $39.98
- Batman: Arkham Knight: $39.98
- Need for Speed: $39.98
- Mad Max: $39.98
- Skylanders SuperChargers Starter Pack: $39.98
- Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Special Edition: $39.98
- Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege: $39.98
- Dark Souls 3: $43.98
- Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain: $43.98
- LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack: $67.98
You can also get a small discount on controllers. The standard Xbox One wireless controller is selling for $71.56, although if you’re going to buy that you might as well spend the extra few dollars for the Special Edition Lunar White controller with a rubberised grip and impulse triggers.
There’s no deals on the Elite – sorry – or the nicer revision of the standard Xbox One pad that comes with the Xbox One S. There’s also a 1TB Xbox One bundle that comes with The Division and Rise of the Tomb Raider for $299, which isn’t too shabby.
You can save a chunk on some Windows laptops too: there’s a HP Notebook 15 with a i5-6200U CPU, 8GB RAM and a 1TB HDD for $699. If you’re after a laptop that’s even cheaper, the Dell Inspiron 15 5000 comes with a AMD A8-7410, a 1TB HDD and 8GB of RAM for a pretty reasonable $549.50.
The savings on the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 aren’t as tempting: the baseline model of the Surface Book will still cost you $2069.10 (as opposed to $2299), while the baseline Surface Pro 8 is $1214.10 (down from $1349).
So that’s about it. If any of that takes your fancy, the Click Frenzy site says you have around 9 and a half hours to get cracking. So go do that and start filling the void under your (probably still in the box) Christmas tree.
For more Click Frenzy tech bargains, check out Lifehacker’s in-depth links roundup.