Look, you might be considering spending $60 on this fall's Forza Motorsport 4, if you're a racing fan and you've got an Xbox 360.
But would you consider spending $90?
You'll save money if you do that, Microsoft said in a press release today. That added $30 will get you a Forza 4 "season pass"—giving you access to six pieces of downloadable content for the game through April, while saving you 30% if you bought them a la carte. That's a savings of $13, better than the interest rate you'd get if you kept that money in the bank until the DLC was ready unless you have a big principal.
Why go the $60 + $30 route?
Season Pass gets you 60 new cars added to the promised 500 or so in the main game (not counting the non-driveable Halo 4 Warthog). The cars will be released in six packs between November and April, designed to keep Forza fans who get the new game in October both entertained and disinclined from trading the game in.