Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is one of the best deals in gaming, and today you can subscribe for less. Right now, you can pick up a one-month subscription for just $3 , down from its usual $15. The caveat here is that existing subscribers are ineligible, and the codes are not stackable. To redeem the code, you need to be a new member or have an expired account.
Even with those caveats, this is still solid deal, especially since Microsoft recently stopped offering its own deal on your first month of Game Pass Ultimate. For a long time, new Game Pass subscribers could get their first month for only $1. If you subscribe on the Xbox Store today, you’ll have to pay the standard $15 rate.
It’s important to stress that it’s not possible to get around “no stacking” stipulation. All codes purchased through StackCommerce must be redeemed within 30 days, so you’ll have to circle back after your month is up to see if you can still cash in on some savings. Keep in mind that after redeeming any Game Pass codes, Microsoft signs you up for automatic renewals at $15 per month, so make sure to cancel that if you don’t want to be on the hook for future months.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate includes more than access to hundreds of games on your console, and you’ll also benefit from EA Play, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and a PC Game Pass membership–allowing you to game on your smartphone, console, or PC.
The last couple of weeks have been pretty nice to Game Pass subscribers. MLB The Show 23 and Ghostwire: Tokyo landed on the service on their respective launch days. Meanwhile, there are multiple notable titles arriving in the coming weeks, including Minecraft Legends on April 18 and Redfall on May 2.
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