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My Hot Electronics announced on Wednesday that the store will offer Xbox Live subscription cards at marked down prices for the foreseeable future. The markdown prices is currently listed at $40.99.

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Microsoft's Xbox Live subscription cards will be marked down for a limited time at MyHotElectronics,com, the store announced on Wednesday. The cards are available in 1, 3 and 12-month subscriptions and allows for Xbox 360 users to go online with their gameplay.

Along with being able to play online, the Xbox Live cards allow 360 users to watch entertainment applications, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBOGo, the WatchESPN app and many others. To go with the entertainment applications, the store allows for users to download movies, music and TV show content from Microsoft's Zune marketplace.

The 12-month Xbox Live subscription card is currently priced at $40.99, 32% off of the retail price, with the Xbox Live 3-month subscription card priced at $15.99, and the 1-month card priced at $5.94.

My Hot Electronics also has deals on various Xbox 360 games including Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Halo 4, Just Dance 4, and many others.

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About My Hot Electronics:
My Hot Electronics is a leading online e-commerce provider of electronics which range from tablets, PCs and cameras to video games, DVDs, Blu-Ray Discs, appliances, lawn and garden products, IT systems and hardware, and more. The store recently began having the unlocked Apple iPhone 5 and the new iPad Mini is available in their marketplace.

The store also carries the top brands in electronics including Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Cisco, Apple, Sony, Samsung, Microsoft, EA Sports, and many more. The company recently began its initial expansion into clothing and jewelry and will continue to expand over the next several months.

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