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In celebration of E3 2018, Microsoft will be repping a huge sale for their Xbox products from June 7 - June 23.

Starting Thursday, July 7, you'll get deep discounts on games, hardware, accessories, and more. You can also filter, sort and manage your Price Alerts from the Xbox Sales page.

The world's biggest gaming convention returns this week as the industry returns to Los Angeles for E3 2018.

Finally, Microsoft will be offering one month of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Games Pass for $1 each.

Microsoft didn't reveal the discounts for specific games, though the lowest they will start at is $20. The long list of discounted games includes: Forza Motorsport 7, Battlefield 1, Monster Hunter World, Assassin's Creed Origins, Destiny 2, Sea of Thieves, Super Lucky's Tale, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, FIFA 18, and National Basketball Association 2K18. Majority are Xbox One games, but there are still some oldies like Knight of the Old Republic, The Force Unleashed, and more.

J. Oshie lays out Golden Knights player, gets boarded soon after
Teams holding a commanding 3-1 edge in a best-of-seven Stanley Cup Final have claimed the prize 31 straight times. Not long after that, Smith-Pelly scored from a tough angle on the left side after a weird bounce.

Accessorize! Save $10 on black, white, special edition and limited-edition Xbox Wireless Controllers, all featuring a sleek, streamlined design and textured grip, custom button-mapping, Windows 10-compatibility, and up to twice the wireless range. This service also gets you free games, albeit a smaller number that rotates on a month-by-month basis.

A bunch of controllers are $10 off their original price, except for the Xbox One Elite controller. But if you're buying one anyway, you might not want to risk it.

It's finally nearly here, and if you're a gamer, this is the Super Bowl.

As an added incentive to use the Microsoft streaming platform Mixer, any purchases over $9.99 made through Mixer Direct Purchase will also include a $5 Microsoft Store credit. More details can be found here. One of Microsoft's most promising announcements of 2014 was the Japanese-developed Scalebound, a project that unfortunately got canned three years later.