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Topic # 225447 19-Nov-2017 17:37
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https://www.microsoft.com/en-nz/store/d/product/CFQ7TTC0K5ZM/0004

 

 

 

Not that common see NZ local price cheaper than anywhere else...


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  Reply # 1904201 19-Nov-2017 20:35
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if your account isnt gold already you can get a month for $1 then this deal so 13 months for $48.97


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  Reply # 1904279 20-Nov-2017 06:51
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Hibino:

 

https://www.microsoft.com/en-nz/store/d/product/CFQ7TTC0K5ZM/0004

 

Not that common see NZ local price cheaper than anywhere else...

 

 

Thanks for that - perfect timing - I've been looking around for a special for the last month or so and the best I could find was $69.  Magic.


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  Reply # 1904307 20-Nov-2017 09:02
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Hibino:

 

https://www.microsoft.com/en-nz/store/d/product/CFQ7TTC0K5ZM/0004

 

 

 

Not that common see NZ local price cheaper than anywhere else...

 

 

 

 

Looks like you can buy up to 5 and they are stackable :)

 

Clint


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  Reply # 1904608 20-Nov-2017 13:39
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Just bought one for the midgets XBox. Being ignorant of such matters, do I actually need to redeem this on the Xbox in question or can I redeem it on my PC and it automatically gets applied to his Xbox. We use the same email address on PC and on Xbox.





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  Reply # 1904653 20-Nov-2017 14:54
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Updated via PC. Valid till March 2020. Should keep midget happy for a while.





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  Reply # 1905337 21-Nov-2017 15:45
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That is a good deal; I bought 12 months during September for $65 offshore 

 

Im torn on stacking and forgetting, or saving the $48 


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  Reply # 1905344 21-Nov-2017 15:57
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^ I'm in the same boat. I just renewed for $80 (standard price) after struggling to find anywhere else much cheaper. I believe they've started to region lock some codes as well, that's part of the reason I went with the safe option. Even though I just bought a year, I think I'll buy another year at this price.


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