Update: This deal is back in stock!
Xbox Game Pass is a new service by Microsoft which offers unlimited access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games with a regular payment of $10 per month. For a limited time however, Amazon is offering a six-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass for only $29.99. This offer takes 50% off the regular price of this membership. It'll be delivered as a digital code so you can easily activate it on your account within minutes after purchasing.
If this deal sells out at Amazon, you can also grab it via Best Buy currently.
Xbox exclusives like Sea of Thieves, State of Decay 2, and Crackdown 3 have premiered on the service the very same day those games became available to buy. The service features a range from well-known titles to critically acclaimed indie games which can be played on your Xbox One or Windows 10 PC. New games are added each month too, so you'll always have something new to play. The Xbox 360 titles available include some classic games which are still great to revisit to this day.
If you simply want to try out Xbox Game Pass, you can get a one-month subscription for only $1 right now, however, there's no telling when this six-month subscription deal will die. This card can extend a currently running membership, so it would be wise to grab the extra month first for $1 and sign up that way, if you're still not a member.
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