Xbox Controller is Gifting You Rubberized Grips With Every Purchase

In addition to letting Xbox users personalize their Xbox Wireless Controller with different possible color combinations, Xbox Designer Lab is offering an exciting deal. The online customization program is giving away free rubberized grips to buyers purchasing any Xbox Design Lab controller, up to the July 10. 
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Xbox Wireless Controller free rubberized grips

Rubberized grips counts as one of the latest additions to the design lab setup, following other announcements that were recently made for the custom controller creator. Ever since Xbox Designer Lab customization program was launched, fans have created hundreds of thousands of unique designs that express their creativity and style. With the availability of free rubberized grips and its free shipping, Xbox users will find another reason showcase their creativity by designing their own personal controller.
“Get free rubberized grips when you purchase any #XboxDesignLab controller, now through July 10”, mentioned a tweet from the official Xbox Twitter handle.
You can also design your own Xbox controller on the Xbox Design Lab site with the newly available options including,
  1. Orange Zest
  2. Mineral Bronze
  3. Desert tact
  4. The Diamond
  5. Crafter
  6. Speedster
  7. Splendour
  8. Shadow hammer
To avail of the above benefit offer, you will require a valid Microsoft Account to save and access your design from any browser. An important change visible here – Even if cookies are cleared, your design will be kept safe.
The good news is the offer is available not just in the United States, but in the UK, France and Germany too. Also, the deal is a part of Microsoft’s Ultimate Game Sale, which kicked off last week.
For more queries and answers to frequently asked questions, visit Xbox Design Labs Page.