Some deals really just sell themselves and don't need much explanation from me. Buy this $100 Xbox gift card on Newegg. Use the code 93XRU99 during checkout. Get the card for just $90. That's pretty simple, and if you already buy games and movies and such through your Xbox, it's just free money for you with a couple extra steps. No catch. Just save. You can even give it as a gift to a friend or family member, someone you know plays Xbox a lot. They don't have to know you got it at a discount.

The card is delivered via email as a digital code. It's sent to you after you make the purchase. You then apply the card to your Microsoft account, as long as it's U.S. based. After that, do whatever you want with the money. Buy a new game or rent a movie or two or just use it to pay some ongoing subscriptions for a while (like Game Pass or a streaming service).

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Xbox $100 gift card | $10 off

Use code 93XRU99 during checkout to take $10 off this $100 card. That's literally just free money, espeically if you already spend regularly in the Xbox ecosystem. Put the money towards video games, subscriptions like Xbox Game Pass, or even streaming services.

Video games are getting more expensive. They've jumped up $10 in the new generation, so saving $10 now is like saving on that upcharge. Maybe there's an old game you haven't gotten yet. Well, now you can get it at a discount price and save even more because this card was reduced, too. You know you're going to want a new game at some point in the future, might as well prepare for it now and save.

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Xbox Game Pass is an amazing service that is continuing to expand. If you want to play Psychonauts or Humankind, which I'm hearing fun things about, then you can use your new card to save on that subscription. After all, the full Game Pass Ultimate costs $15 a month, which can add up after a while.

There are plenty of holiday video games right around the corner to think about, too. Are you going to get Halo Infinite or Battlefield 2042 or any of the other new games coming out this winter? Be ready with money you already saved on!

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