dealsbuy xbox live 12-month gold membership…

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You can also change it to ship a card for the same price. Ground shipping is free. You can buy quantity 1-29. Taxes may apply.

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Looks like Best Buy has them for the same price right now. Another option if you have a Best Buy store close and/or collect Best Buy rewards.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/xbox-live-12-month-gold-membership/1272129.p

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Sorry Noob question for XBOX Live. I see Amazon has this as well for the same price. I'd like to use credits and purchase it there. My question is- does the membership purchased @Microsoft Store or elsewhere have 100% of the same features. Specifically the Microsoft page indicates 2 free games a month, I assume this would be the same regardless of where purchased?

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The two free games a month that they are talking about comes from the "Games with Gold" promotion that Microsoft started back when they were trying to transition from the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One. They found that it increased Gold membership retention rates so well that they decided to keep it. As long as you are a gold member on XBL, then you will always get two free games a month.

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@spudly12: Yes it's all the same features regardless if you buy it from Microsoft, Best Buy, or Amazon.

To add what TimelyControl said... It's for any gold member, as long as you have a gold subscription (even if it's 3 months) you can download the games. They release a game on the 1st and the 16th of everything month.

You would go to the GAMES tab at the top, then select "browse games" in the lower main menu, and when the screen changes look for "Games with Gold" and select that, you'll see one of the boxes says "free with gold".

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I put this deal up cause I don't wanna wait for the code to be shipped to me and I thought others might feel the same.

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make sure to remove the affiliate code

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@djdoughy: There is no affiliate code in that URL, it's a tracking code for MS, who uses WebTrends to see their traffic.