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Topic # 215074 11-Jun-2017 14:51
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Hi.  Looking for the best deal on Xbox Live Gold membership.  Normally get the e-code download from nzgamershop but they are out of stock.  Found this one on cdkeys.com which seems to be the best deal around at the moment (12+3).  Have never used them before so a bit dubious although note a previous mention in another post.  Anyone used them before and are they legit/reliable?  

 

http://www.cdkeys.com/xbox-live/memberships/12-3-month-xbox-live-gold-membership-xbox-one-360

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1798051 11-Jun-2017 15:09
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They are legit. Check their homepage. They also have a 5% Facebook like coupon code offer a lot of times.




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  Reply # 1798094 11-Jun-2017 16:43
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Have used them in the past, no issues whatsoever.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1798095 11-Jun-2017 16:49
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I get all my keys from this place. But have never grabbed xbox off them as I don't own one. I get all my windows and office keys off them and never had a single problem. 

 

Here is a link to there xbox gold subscription.

 

https://www.kinguin.net/category/184/xbox-live-12-months-gold-subscription-card/





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  Reply # 1798178 11-Jun-2017 20:37
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Great. Thanks all.




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  Reply # 1798309 12-Jun-2017 09:14
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Brought my Gold sub from them when I got the Xbox One S last year, IIRC it was about $63NZ (12 months) which was a decent saving over the NZ RRP 


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