Best Xbox Live Deal?

I've been letting my Xbox Live subscription auto renew every year for £29.99 (if i remember right)
But in true moneysaving spirit i thought i'd ask here if anyone else found better deals anywhere recently?
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  • edited 16 June 2020 at 7:33PM
    DCFC79DCFC79 Forumite
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    edited 16 June 2020 at 7:33PM
    I've been letting my Xbox Live subscription auto renew every year for £29.99 (if i remember right)
    But in true moneysaving spirit i thought i'd ask here if anyone else found better deals anywhere recently?
    For £29.99, you sure thats right ?
    Should never let it auto renew, you can make a big saving here.
    £38 from cdkeys

    https://www.cdkeys.com/xbox-live/memberships/12-month-xbox-live-gold-membership-xbox-one-360-eu-cd-key?utm_source=daisycon&utm_medium=cpa&utm_campaign=&utm_content=daisycon

    Dont forget you may be able to get Game Pass added for a good price.
  • Paully28Paully28 Forumite
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    Are there any deals currently that get xbox live for less?
    I am just about to renew and see cdkeys is back at 39.99
  • I've been letting my Xbox Live subscription auto renew every year for £29.99 (if i remember right)
    But in true moneysaving spirit i thought i'd ask here if anyone else found better deals anywhere recently?
    How about free? Sign up for the Microsoft Rewards programme, earn the points both via your browser and the Rewards App on the console where you can earn points for playing games, exchange for free Xbox Live, Gamepass or Gamepass Ultimate subscription.
  • I'm just looking at using cdkeys to purchase xbox live. Can somebody please advise  the difference between the 12 month xbox live gold membership (eu) currently £39.99 and  the 12 month xbox live gold membership (xbox one/360) currently £44.99? which one do I need for my sons xbox one here in the UK?


    My £2 savings total for 2007 = £92, for 2008 = £124
    My savings from money off coupons for 2007 = £67.97, for 2008 = £194.79
    My £2 savings for 2009 (so far) = £130
    My savings from money off coupons for 2009 = £593.08
  • DCFC79DCFC79 Forumite
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    I'm just looking at using cdkeys to purchase xbox live. Can somebody please advise  the difference between the 12 month xbox live gold membership (eu) currently £39.99 and  the 12 month xbox live gold membership (xbox one/360) currently £44.99? which one do I need for my sons xbox one here in the UK?


    To be safe Id say the 1 at £44.99 is what you need.

    The last one I bought was the EU one.
  • Brighty75Brighty75 Forumite
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    The £40 will be fine, it's EU. The £45 is worldwide, so will work too, but obviously more expensive.
    My top tip, buy 1, redeem it, say OK to auto billing and get an extra month free. You can turn off auto billing straight after. Then do it again, get yourself as near as you can to 3years all paid up(the most you can have), then Google upgrade to game pass ultimate for £1, do that and it will upgrade the whole 3years to ultimate for just the £1, free games for 3 years
  • Frank100Frank100 Forumite
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    Good morning. 
    I have only been given the receipt for xbox live gold, no voucher code given from game shop.
    Help?!?!?
    Tia 
    Frank100

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