Microsoft continues to invest into Xbox Game Pass as a key service among its gaming efforts, providing access to a dynamic library of titles for a flat monthly fee. Under the Netflix-style subscription, Xbox One owners can access to over 100 games on the system, with monthly refreshes of new titles. And with all future first-party titles available through the service, it's a great way to experience the best of Xbox for only £7.99 a month.
Back in March, Amazon UK began distributing six-month codes for the service, providing a small discount over paying monthly installments. A new "Deal of the Day" with the retailer further increases these savings, offering almost 50 percent off its retail value. Priced at £23.99 over the original £47.49 standard price, this equates to just £3.99 per month of Xbox Game Pass.
Make sure to swoop up this deal quick – Amazon is only offering this deal on June 7, until midnight UK time. After purchasing through the site, a one-time use key will be displayed, for redemption on Xbox Live. These 25-character codes can be redeemed via Xbox One consoles or the web, using the steps in our guide.
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