Offers Xbox 360 for $100 is pleased to announce that they will be offering Xboxes, normally $400, at a 75% discount as of June 15th, 2007.

As a special promotional offer for its sponsors, will, for a limited time, be offering Xboxes for $100 to individuals who participate in promotions from the sponsor’s website.

With a variety of large sponsors like Blockbuster Online, Best Buy, Disney and Home Depot in addition to everyday merchants all offering special reduced prices and offers, it’s even easier to complete and get the most popular game console on the market at a reduced price.

There are over three pages with different offers to choose from, many being special pricing and/or free trials, so customers won’t have any problem finding products they’d like to try or entertain.

Those offers that do require purchases are, on average, discounted around 30% bringing rare savings to consumers through this limited time offer.

Rather than spending money to convince viewers to visit sponsors’ pages, has compiled them all in a neat set of pages for viewers’ easy access.

Offers change daily, so viewers can check back daily if they want to do some of the first offers they see, but want to have different ones to finish. ‘Sponsors are joining at such a fast rate, we are in the process of creating a new sleek website that will have a lot more functionality (Web 2.0), we are exciting about re-launching later in the year!’ says Valli Kosuru of Free Zone.

Following the style American Express, they are designed to provide great deals on a variety of products in the context of many incentivized promotions.

Unlike American Express, consumers do not have to purchase each time, making the process faster and easier to complete.

Free Zone is in beta now on which offers a choice between several different major electronic gadgets or other products absolutely free, the xbox 360 being one of them.

Many customers would prefer to have to fill out fewer offers and get the final product at a discount rather than free of charge.

It is the company’s hope that offering the xbox in this way will accommodate those who’d rather not go through the loyalty and rewards program and