As if a three-day weekend, Arrested Development’s new season premiering and Memorial Day BBQs weren’t enough to make your day brighter, you also get free Xbox Live Gold from Microsoft.
Microsoft made the announcement earlier this week that the normally pay-to-use service that supports online play and Netflix would be free to all for the next few days. If you have a Netflix account then you can lock the doors, order Chinese food and sit back with 7.5 wonderful hours of ‘Arrested Development’. There will be 15 new episodes available all at once starting tomorrow (Sunday), May 26, 2013.
If you are an Xbox Live Silver member then you will receive free access to Gold services starting now in any of the following countries (U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland, Brazil, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Chile, Colombia and Argentina). Don’t have a Netflix account? Well they thought of that toom giving out free trials below.
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