Game Pass Ultimate

Rollins

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Hints it’s also coming to PC in some form

 

hrudey

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Wait, isn't it like 10.00 a month for game pass, which means, basically, $4.99 a month (60 per year) for Live? That seems like they're selling the products bundled for the exact same price as unbundled.

(I don't know precisely because I'm using MS rewards points for gamepass now, and I buy a year or two of Live at a time when I see a special).
 

yankeessuck

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Wait, isn't it like 10.00 a month for game pass, which means, basically, $4.99 a month (60 per year) for Live? That seems like they're selling the products bundled for the exact same price as unbundled.

(I don't know precisely because I'm using MS rewards points for gamepass now, and I buy a year or two of Live at a time when I see a special).
Its cheaper if you want to pay monthly but yeah its really no deal at all.

I'm down for $1 a month though so if I can get that I will finally renew my Live.
 

Nervusbreakdown

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$15 a month for both gamepass and live?

That sound pretty good deal to me.
 

OneBadMutha

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For people who prefer to go month to month, this is a good option. If you can afford to pay ahead, you could get a year of Game Pass and Xbox Live for under $100.

I paid ahead 3 years of Game Pass for a total of $180. Just grab those buy 3 months, get 3 months free from Amazon. They stack. It’s easy to pay like that and forget it. I know I’ll get way more than $180 worth out of the subscription in that time.
 

Kerosene31

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I just stock up whenever either is on sale. Just extended another 6 months of Game Pass for $30 (the buy 3 get 3 more deal posted here).
 

Ricker

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Hopefully,now that its official,they make a yearly sub also that like saves you one month or something...
 

Zcythe

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Insiders get Ultimate for $1 month until release.
 

Splintercell32

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I just stock up whenever either is on sale. Just extended another 6 months of Game Pass for $30 (the buy 3 get 3 more deal posted here).
I haven't had to buy an actual live subscription in almost a year because every time it reverts back to silver there's another deal being advertised on the home screen. Right now I'm about half way through a one month for one dollar deal.
 

postaboy

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For people who prefer to go month to month, this is a good option. If you can afford to pay ahead, you could get a year of Game Pass and Xbox Live for under $100.

I paid ahead 3 years of Game Pass for a total of $180. Just grab those buy 3 months, get 3 months free from Amazon. They stack. It’s easy to pay like that and forget it. I know I’ll get way more than $180 worth out of the subscription in that time.
Why are you paying a full year and stacking it up? It's a waste of money and pointless because MS has been offering promo deals for GamePass this past year like crazy. So far I only paid like $5 for 7 months of Game Pass. Month to month is the way to go for now.
 

Splintercell32

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Why are you paying a full year and stacking it up? It's a waste of money and pointless because MS has been offering promo deals for GamePass this past year like crazy. So far I only paid like $5 for 7 months of Game Pass. Month to month is the way to go for now.
Right now you can get three months for a dollar.
 

hrudey

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Right now you can get three months for a dollar.
I'm good through I think December and I have yet to pay a single dollar IIRC. I just have to remember to use bing.
 

Tentonhammer

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Yeah, they gotta do a yearly deal for this. While $14.99 is less than the monthly for each separately, I think they gotta do a super value deal here for $120/yr. That way we can grab on sale for $100 or so (though I'll continue to get for free with bing :))