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Verge readers can snag three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $30

Verge readers can snag three months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $30


The exclusive deal is available for a limited time

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Microsoft’s flagship subscription combines Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold in one attractive package.
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If you’re a gamer, Xbox Game Pass is one of the best deals in town. Microsoft’s popular subscription service — which touted more than 18 million subscribers earlier this year — has been dubbed the “Netflix of video games,” namely because it provides access to more than a hundred Xbox titles for a flat, monthly fee. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate takes things a step further, combining Xbox Game Pass with Xbox Live Gold, giving subscribers access to exclusive deals, online multiplayer, EA Play titles, and Microsoft’s cloud gaming service, xCloud, which is now widely available on iOS and PC.

Typically, a three-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate runs $45. And while Microsoft’s ongoing promotion will knock the price down to $1 for new subscribers, it’s not available for returning players. Thankfully, Verge readers can purchase a three-month subscription at Eneba for $30, while supplies last. The sale price will fluctuate around $30.85 (with service fees), but if you use promo code XGPU3VERGE, the price should come in just shy of $30 at checkout.

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate offers access to more than 100 titles, including the likes of Halo Infinite, Powerwash Simulator, Pentiment, and surprise hits like Hi-Fi Rush, which you can play on Xbox consoles and PC. The pass also gives subscribers access to exclusive deals, online multiplayer, and Microsoft’s cloud gaming service, Xbox Cloud Gaming.

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Normally $430, you can purchase the 44mm, GPS-enabled Apple Watch Series 6 at Target right now for $360, one of the better prices we’ve seen on this particular model in recent months. Read our review.

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