Here you can score six months of Xbox Game Pass for only $ 5 a month

With Xbox Game Pass, gamers can play more than 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games on their Xbox One console for a low monthly fee of $ 9.99. It is practical like Netflix but for games, and it is a service that many Xbox gamers have not even tried. If that concerns you, Amazon today has a lot to help you change that. Right now, a three-month subscription to your Xbox Game Pass for $ 29.99 will get you a three-month membership at no extra cost. That means you pay $ 5 a month to access all the games on the service.

This deal is for a digital code that is valid for new, recurring and current subscribers; after your purchase you will receive two emails from Amazon with the redemption codes and the steps to redeem these codes. Once you have signed up, you can start playing any game on Xbox Game Pass at any time, including all Xbox Exclusive titles released for service on the same day they are released, such as Sea of ‚Äč‚ÄčThieves and Crackdown 3. New games are also added in a consistent way, so you always have something new to play. For $ 5 a month this is a good idea. You also don't need an Xbox Live Gold membership for it, although this would help unlock online multiplayer mode in different games.

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