Undertake six Xbox Live Gold discount months for free games and more at $ 21

After your Xbox purchase, one of the most essential products that you can then purchase is a subscription to Xbox Live Gold. Not only does it unlock access to online multiplayer on most games you buy, but it also offers members free game downloads per month, bonus discounts on purchases in digital stores and more. Normally the service costs $ 10 per month, but at the moment Newegg offers a six-month subscription for just $ 20.99, reducing costs to just $ 3.50 a month. Although the deal indicates that it is a three-month membership, you also receive another three months free with the purchase that is automatically added to your shopping cart. This is a deal that only applies to this weekend, and there is always a chance that it is sold out in advance, as some deals often do.

Newegg & # 39; s deal is for a digital code that must be accessible immediately after your purchase so that you can apply it to your Xbox account today. Earlier this month, Amazon offered three free months if you buy three, although the subscription there was priced a little higher for $ 24.99.

In April, Xbox Live Gold members can download Outcast and Star Wars: Battlefront II for free, along with other titles. If you want to play more games, go to Xbox Game Pass; new members can currently take out a monthly subscription for just $ 1 at Microsoft and unlock access to more than 100 games for their Xbox One.

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