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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate gets huge surprise price cut

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate gets huge surprise price cut

This is a great discount

Xbox Game Pass offers access to a wide library of games, including some stellar day one launches.

Later this year, Call of Duty: Black Ops 6, Indiana Jones and the Great Circle and Avowed will all release on Game Pass on day one - and that’s just to name a few highlights.

Of course, this all comes at a price. Game Pass does offer good value for money, but that doesn’t exactly equate to it being cheap.

I’m sure you already know that new users can sample 14 days of the service for £1, an offer that’s well worth redeeming.

Beyond that, Core membership will set you back £6.99 a month, followed by PC membership at £7.99 and finally, Ultimate membership at £12.99.

Ultimate is going to be the tier coveted by most Xbox users, and £12.99 a month can quickly add up into quite a considerable spend.

The good news is that you can currently bag a significant discount on the subscription service both in the US and UK that I urge you to take advantage of.

ICYMI: Take a look at the latest trailer for Indiana Jones and the Great Circle below.

You can find this particular deal over on retailer CDKeys.

You can currently bag one month of Xbox Game Pass’s Ultimate tier for £7.99 instead of £12.99. That’s a saving of around 38%.

Alternatively, you can get a three-month Xbox Game Pass code for £21.89 instead of £32.99, saving you roughly 34%.

With that in mind, you’d be better off getting three of the one-month codes but either way, you’re getting a great deal.

These keys could sell out so it’s worth acting quickly if you do want to bag this offer.

While you’re here, you may want to check out the subscription service’s latest offerings, or this handy feature that should make life easier for those of you who often use a headset.

Featured Image Credit: Xbox Game Studios, Microsoft

Topics: Xbox, Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X