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TL;DR: Starting October 12, you can get a three-month Xbox Live Gold subscription(opens in a new tab) for just $19.99 – that’s a 20% discount from the usual $24.99.


With Monitor 2 and war zone 2 and a ton of other games releasing so close together, late 2022 and early 2023 could be a good time for Xbox gamers. If you’ve let your Xbox Live subscription expire or just need to re-subscribe, this is your last chance to do so for cheap during this Deal Days sale.

Deal Days has a lot of stuff on sale(opens in a new tab)including an Xbox Live Gold: three-month subscription(opens in a new tab) for $19.99. It’s about 20% off, and if you’ve never had a Gold membership before, you’re in for a treat.

Play online games for three months

An Xbox Live Gold membership gets you access to online gaming and a few other awesome features on Xbox One and 360(opens in a new tab). Whether you’re buying for yourself or for a gamer in your life, it’s a great way to get full access to the vast number of Xbox games that have online components like multiplayer.

With a Gold Membership, players can connect and talk to each other, play against each other, and interact with a larger community of players. In addition to giving you full access to the online games you already own, the Gold Membership also gets you two to four free games every month and 50-75% off Xbox One stores. Even if you’re using an Xbox Series S or X, they’re both backward compatibleso you can still play the discounted games you got this way.

More ways to play Xbox games

Modern gaming and online gaming go hand in hand. Get online access to the games you own and a library of free titles when you get an Xbox Live Gold: 3 month subscription(opens in a new tab) for $19.99 during this Deal Days sale. No coupon needed. Sale ends October 12 at 11:59 p.m. PST.

Prices subject to change.

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