Xbox All Access Announced So You Can Get Your Consoles Cheaper

By Kevin Tavore,
Have you ever wanted to buy an Xbox One but just didn't have the money? How about an Xbox One X? Those tantalizing, dazzling 4000 Ks are just waiting to be seen in beautiful HDR goodness, but for the $500 price tag. You're not alone if you're feeling that way, and Microsoft knows it. That's why they've partnered with Dell Preferred Account, a company that essentially lets you put electronics on payment plans, to bring you any Xbox One you want as cheaply as it can get if you're interested in getting Games Pass and Xbox Live as well. Microsoft is calling it Xbox All Access.

Here's how it works. You go into a physical Microsoft store located in America. Obviously, that first step is going to be a bit of a hurdle, and for those Europeans out there now planning a trip to NYC to take advantage of this, I'd probably assume you need to be a US resident, but feel free to report back if it works. Next, you go up to the counter and tell them you want an Xbox One through the program. Then you're just a credit check away from a 2-year payment plan for $22 - $35 a month depending on which console you get.


Sound too good to be true? It is true, at least if you live in the US. Reading the fine print, this is a 0% APR for two years loan, which means that if you make your payments each month, you'll never pay a dime in interest. Obviously, buyer beware and TrueAchievements recommends you read the fine print yourself to make sure our interpretation is spot on — don't trust us with your credit, but do trust us that this is likely one of the best ways to get an Xbox One if you just can't get that lump sum together.
Kevin Tavore
Written by Kevin Tavore
Kevin is a lover of all types of media, especially any type of long form story. The American equivalent of Aristotle, he'll write about anything and everything and you'll usually see him as the purveyor of news, reviews and the occasional op-ed. He's happy with any game that's not point and click or puzzling, but would always rather be outdoors in nature.
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