Save up to 45% on the latest TV shows and movies in Microsoft’s New Year’s sale

Matt Sayer 2 January 2018 NEWS

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Kick off 2018 with a bunch of great deals on 2017's best entertainment.

2017 might have been a tumultuous year in a lot of ways but at least it gave us plenty of binge-worthy TV shows and quality movies worth watching over and over. Even if you're a keenly dedicated film and TV buff, odds are you still missed a few of the standout titles that salvaged 2017 from the total disaster it almost was.

Fortunately, you can patch the holes in your entertainment playbook by heading on over to Microsoft Store and taking advantage of its limited-time New Year's sale. Some of 2017's biggest shows and movies have been discounted by as much as 45%, with entire seasons of shows like Mr. Robot, Better Call Saul, American Horror Story and Black Sails in addition to hit movies like Logan, John Wick: Chapter Two, Fate of the Furious and Alien: Covenant.

As with all purchases from Microsoft Store, the movie or TV show will be permanently tied to your Microsoft account, so you can download and watch it from a variety of compatible devices as many times as you want for an indefinite period of time.

We've collected our top picks from the sale in the table below. You can also browse the full sale for yourself over at Microsoft Store.

Title Discounted price Buy it
Logan $11.99 SD/$12.99 HD Go to site
John Wick: Chapter Two $14.99 Go to site
Get Out $14.99 Go to site
Fate of the Furious $14.99 Go to site
Alien: Covenant $14.99 Go to site
Mr. Robot $14.99 Season 1/2 Go to site
Brooklyn Nine-Nine $14.99 Season 1/2/3, $19.99 Season 4 Go to site
Better Call Saul $19.99 Season 3, $14.99 Season 1/2 Go to site
American Horror Story $19.99 Season 6 Go to site
The Blacklist $19.99 Season 1/2/3/4 Go to site

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