While we're all holed up inside our homes for a while longer, it's a perfect opportunity to try out services like Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The service gives you discounts on digital games, free game downloads every month, and access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games to play whenever you want! Now, thanks to a one-day sale at Best Buy, you can get your subscription started with 6 months of access for just $44.99 total.
Three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate normally costs $45, or $15 per month, though today's deal scores you six months for that price. We rarely see Game Pass Ultimate deals this good, so be sure to grab it before the sale ends. You can add another month for $1 by following the steps below, too.
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You get 256GB storage. The Duo has a 360-degree hinge with two screens so you can make the most out of all your apps, including video games and Microsoft 365. Battery lasts up to 15.5 hours and has Fast Charging.
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With a 360-hinge and two screens, you get a dual-screen mobile device designed to make the most out of Microsoft 365, Android apps, and more. Has a battery with Fast Charging that lasts up to 15.5 hours. Syncs with Windows 10, too.
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Woot's one-day sale on the Microsoft Surface Duo phone is bringing 128GB and 256GB models down to their best prices yet starting at just $600, saving you more than 50% off the original cost. You can even sign in with Amazon Prime for free shipping.
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The least expensive option at $1,000 includes an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, a 256GB solid state drive, and a 13.5-inch touchscreen. The specs only get better from there including upgrades to a 15-inch screen, 1TB SSDs, and more.
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The Surface headphones feature adjustable noise cancellation, Cortana voice assistant, touch controls, and a battery that lasts up to 15 hours. You can also get an hour of playtime from a five-minute charge.
Today's offer is combinable with Microsoft's 1 month for $1 deal for new members. If you've never tried out Game Pass Ultimate before, start your service at Microsoft for $1 and then apply the six months you receive from Best Buy. That means you'll have seven months of Game Pass Ultimate for just $46 total.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is the combination of two current programs: Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. Subscribers to Ultimate will have access to both for one monthly subscription cost instead of two separate and, at its regular price, it offers a $5 discount. Additionally, the new Xbox Game Pass for PC subscription is also included with Game Pass Ultimate.
Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service that offers complete access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games. You can download these to your console to play in full for as long as you're a paying subscriber or the titles in question remain in the Game Pass library. Better yet, if a Game Pass title also supports Xbox Play Anywhere, you get access to play those on your PC, as well, as part of your subscription. The PC-specific Game Pass subscription has its own list of games, some of which are a crossover with the console, but many are exclusive to PC.
Meanwhile, Xbox Live Gold features provide you with a number of perks. The first is access to online multiplayer in any Xbox One game, so if you want to play with friends you need Gold. More than that, though, Gold gives you free games every month that are yours to keep. Gold subscribers also earn exclusive discounts on games from the Microsoft Store, as well as additional discounts during special promotional periods.
Learn everything you need to know about Game Pass Ultimate and see all the games available for Game Pass for PC. Game Pass adds new games all the time and will include new ones as they get released, like titles Red Dead Redemption 2, DayZ, and a bevy of games from the Final Fantasy franchise.
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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.