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Deal Alert: Grab 6 Months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $40 ($50 Off)

Lara Croft, Master Chief, and Batman standing over their respective games.

One of the best deals for game subscriptions is Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. It combines Xbox Gold and Xbox Game Pass, allowing you to play online on Xbox, and giving you access to over 100 games on Xbox and PC, along with other perks. Right now, you can grab six months of Xbox Game Pass from Newegg for $40, just use code EMCDHDE22 during checkout. That’s $50 off the normal price.

If you don’t already have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and you play Xbox or PC games (or both), it’s worth considering picking up a subscription. With the Ultimate Pass you get the benefits of Xbox Gold (online play and free monthly games) and Xbox Game Pass (access to over 100 games for Xbox and PC).

But if you already have either of those subscriptions, the first thing you should do is take advantage of Microsoft’s temporary conversion deal. Spend $1 to buy a month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and your Gold or Game Pass subscriptions converts to Game Pass Ultimate. Every month you have in Gold or Game Pass becomes a month in Game Pass Ultimate. After the one time deal, subscriptions still convert, but not at a 1-to-1 rate.

Once you have that deal squared away, jump on NewEgg’s Game Pass Ultimate deal. You’ll get six months of Game Pass Ultimate for $40, just use code EMCDHDE22 during checkout. It’s a digital code, so no need to worry about shipping. That matches the lowest price we’ve seen; typically, sales are $45 to $50 for six months. And the regular price is $60, so don’t miss out on a good deal.

Josh Hendrickson Josh Hendrickson
Josh Hendrickson is the Editor in Chief of Review Geek and is responsible for the site's content direction. He has worked in IT for nearly a decade, including four years spent repairing and servicing computers for Microsoft. He’s also a smart home enthusiast who built his own smart mirror with just a frame, some electronics, a Raspberry Pi, and open-source code. Read Full Bio »