If you're the proud owner of an Xbox One who hasn't yet tried out Xbox Game Pass, you've been seriously missing out. Luckily, you can change that today as Microsoft is offering two months of Xbox Game Pass for only $2 right now. The deal claims to only be valid for new members, though some previous members have noted that the deal is available for them as well. Keeping in mind that a month's subscription to Xbox Game Pass would normally cost you $10, today's deal saves you $18 off what you'd spend otherwise.
You can grab two months of Xbox Live Gold for $2 right now too! Just like the offer above, it's supposed to be for new members only, though some returning members have been able to redeem this deal.
These two services can truly make your Xbox One experience so much more fun without you needing to buy any other games from now on. With Xbox Game Pass, you'll receive access to play over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games whenever you want at no extra charge, and new games are being added on a consistent basis. Xbox exclusive titles such as Crackdown 3 get added the same day they're released for sale, meaning this would be a great time to sign up if you're interested in playing the game when it comes out this Friday. The Xbox Game Pass titles are even playable on Windows 10 computers.
You're likely more familiar with Xbox Live Gold, but if you're not, you should be! The service not only unlocks online multiplayer access for thousands of Xbox games, but you'll also receive free games every month (separate from Game Pass), discounts on digital games and more. At $2, it can't hurt to try.
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