Head over to Newegg and grab this $60 Xbox gift card for just $54 when you use the code EMCDRFH48 during checkout. That’s 10% off the card’s total and a bit of money you can save toward future purchases on your Xbox. If you’re already a regular Xbox user then it’s really just free money. Games and movies and subscriptions can get expensive, so why not save a bit today? The card can also be given to a friend or family member, someone you know who plays Xbox a lot.
This is a digital deal. The gift card’s code will be emailed to you after your purchase. You can then apply the card to your Microsoft account as long as it’s U.S. based. After that, the money is yours to do with as you please. Use it to buy a new game, rent or own a couple of new movies, or even renew subscriptions that you pay for through Microsoft.
This gift card is delivered through email so you’ll get it nearly instantly. And the money is as good as cash for buying video games on your Xbox. Use it with Xbox Game Pass or just to rent some movies to watch. Give it as a gift to your friend.
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If you’re planning ahead, you might have noticed that the standard rumor is the Xbox Series X next-generation video games are going to start at $70. That’s a $10 increase and a lot of money for new games. Are you planning to get the new console? Because it’s also going to be at its most expensive on release. Why not get this gift card now with plans to invest in one of the Xbox’s newest games?
Of course, we know based on the Xbox Games Showcase that all the new Xbox games will be coming out on the Game Pass, too. So you could invest in the Game Pass and use this card to renew that subscription each month, slowly chipping away at the gift card’s amount. With more expensive video games and a never-ending option of things to play, the Game Pass might be one of the best deals in gaming, honestly, even with the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate that costs $14.99 a month.
Microsoft recently bought Bethesda, which means those games will be on Game Pass. EA Play is now on Game Pass, and Microsoft has a Cloud-based gaming service you can access even on mobile devices (Android only). That’s just a couple of ways to spend your newly saved money, but how you use it is up to you.
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