Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals continues with Day 7's one year Xbox Music pass for $49.90

Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals continues with Day 7's one year Xbox Music pass for $49.99

Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals Christmas promotion extravaganza is already midways through and Day 7 promises another great deal. You can snag a one year Xbox Music subscription for $29.90, if you are one of the first twenty people to snag the deal at a Microsoft Store.

"Your Xbox Music Pass lets you search for and play music from one of the largest digital music catalogs on the planet. Discover new releases or groove to your old-school favorites—it's all there. With 30 million songs, you could listen for over 80 years and never hear the same song twice. Xbox Music Pass is available on PCs, tablets, smartphones, Xbox, and on the web, letting you access your music wherever you are. And the best part—your Xbox Music Pass collection automatically syncs across all your Xbox Music devices," Microsoft explains.

This deal takes place Sunday, December 15th, and features a one year Xbox Music subscription for $29.90 for the first twenty customers. The price then changes to $49.90 after the first twenty customers. This is still a great deal considering a one year Xbox Music pass typically runs for $99.99.

Don't care for a Windows Phone? Don't worry we wont tell a soul. You can use this Xbox Music subscription on your Android or iOS device thanks to the availability of the Xbox Music apps for both these platforms.

You can take a look at all the upcoming deals in the leaked price list here. Hit the Microsoft Store tomorrow morning to snag this deal if you are interested!

Update: As one of our readers points out, the leaked list mentions a price of $29.99 for the first twenty people, while we reported a $49.99 price above. We're more inclined to believe the latter as it came directly from a Microsoft spokesperson as of Dec 13th. Let us know what deal you were able to snag! (thanks @clindhartsen for pointing this out!)

Update 2: Looks like the Microsoft Spokesperson was wrong (they make mistakes too apparently) and the prices have been updated in the post to accurately reflect the deal.