Xbox Game Pass Three-Month Membership
$1 scores you three months of Xbox Game Pass that unlocks unlimited access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games on your Xbox One console. What’s even cooler is that you can even play a variety of the games on Windows 10 PCs.
$1 $29.99 $29 off
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If you haven’t tried out Xbox Game Pass just yet, there’s pretty much no better time than right now to start your membership. Though the service is normally $10 monthly (and 100% worth it), Microsoft is offering new subscribers a three-month subscription for only $1 today through May 12. This $29 discount makes it nearly free to play all of the Xbox games available on the service for three months, though be prepared to be hooked. There’s another deal you can find at the bottom of this post if you’re interested in keeping the service for longer.
I like to call Xbox Game Pass “Netflix, but for Xbox games”. It offers access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games that you can download and play with your membership, including all of the Xbox Exclusive titles which are released to Game Pass subscribers on the same day they’re made available for purchase, such as Sea of Thieves and Crackdown 3. New games are added on a consistent basis too, so you’ll always have something new to play. Just yesterday, Microsoft announced it was adding Monster Hunter World and Prey to the service soon, along with several other titles. You don’t need an Xbox Live Gold membership for it either, though that would help unlock online multiplayer mode in a variety of its games.
We already know you’ll love Xbox Game Pass, and once the first three months are up, you’re not going to want to end your membership! Luckily, Amazon is giving customers three months of Xbox Game Pass for free when you purchase three months at their regular price of $29.99. In total, you’d be paying just $5 per month for six months of access, which is a pretty great offer as well. Plus, this offer is valid on all Xbox Game Pass accounts instead of just new ones like Microsoft’s deal.