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This is 22.6% off. From what I've been seeing xbgc's have been averaging at 15%-18% off at best the last 12 months. and that was even usually for the $100 one.

Pretty much if you were waiting for a deal on Xbox cards the wait is over. Not even in need of one but thinking long term I might as well bite. Thanks o.p.

edit: site adds 2% charge for credit card and 4% for PayPal express checkout
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Was about to buy then realized it's not for Gold 🤪
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Good price, but appears to only let you purchase one at a time
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Looks like limit of 1.
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PSA:
This is 22.6% off. From what I've been seeing xbgc's have been averaging at 15%-18% off at best the last 12 months. and that was even usually for the $100 one.

Pretty much if you were waiting for a deal on Xbox cards the wait is over. Not even in need of one but thinking long term I might as well bite. Thanks o.p.

edit: site adds 2% charge for credit card and 4% for PayPal express checkout
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PSA:
This is 22.6% off. From what I've been seeing xbgc's have been averaging at 15% off, and 18% off at best the last 12 months. and that was even usually for the $100 one.

Pretty much if you were waiting for a deal on Xbox cards the wait is over. Not even in need of one but thinking long term I might as well bite. Thanks o.p.
Thanks for doing that math, I was just about to.
And yeah, I stock up as much as my spending money allows when anything around 20% off comes up. It's so easy to justify, there's no expiration on MS/Xbox credit like there used to be when it was "MS Points" (many moons ago, at this point), and anything you buy with discounted credit is like getting that purchase on-sale. Weekly sale item? It's basically a double discount.
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PSA:
This is 22.6% off. From what I've been seeing xbgc's have been averaging at 15% off, and 18% off at best the last 12 months. and that was even usually for the $100 one.

Pretty much if you were waiting for a deal on Xbox cards the wait is over. Not even in need of one but thinking long term I might as well bite. Thanks o.p.
Your percentage is correct, but they do charge an additional 2% (from your total) for credit card purchases.
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For me tax (WA state) brings the savings down below 20% which is still good but not amazing. The recent overstock.com deals have been exactly 20%.
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Your percentage is correct, but they do charge an additional 2% (from your total) for credit card purchases.
Ty for info, edited
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Purchased a card about an hour ago, received two separate invoices (with different numbers), but haven't received the code yet
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Purchased a card about an hour ago, received two separate invoices (with different numbers), but haven't received the code yet
I received one e-mail with an order number and an invoice number, but no code that could be used for the Xbox. My purchase was forty five minutes ago. I'll give it a bit longer and if not code arrives, I guess I'll be calling my cc company to have the charge cancelled.
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*Include 4% payment fee if you use PayPal express-checkout
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Thanks for doing that math, I was just about to.
And yeah, I stock up as much as my spending money allows when anything around 20% off comes up. It's so easy to justify, there's no expiration on MS/Xbox credit like there used to be when it was "MS Points" (many moons ago, at this point), and anything you buy with discounted credit is like getting that purchase on-sale. Weekly sale item? It's basically a double discount.
You actually do have to watch out for expirations on Microsoft Gift Cards. Usually the multipacks with small denominations that they release during the holiday season. $50 for $45. I've seen expiration dates on the money from those cards. (3 X $15 + 1 X $5).
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Anyone get anything yet? Kind of regretting this purchase right now. No code and my bank acct was frozen for a bit due to a charge from hong kong.
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