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LoadUp Gifts via Rakuten has $100 Microsoft Xbox Gift Card (Email Delivery) for $100 - 15% w/ promo code SAVE15 = $85. Thanks Discombobulated

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People still think Mega Man is relevant? lol
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Reminder: you could order the $100, $50 & $25 xbox gift cards (from same seller) all at once for $148.75, getting a total of $26.25 off (Maximizing the coupon on the limit of 1 gift card per order).
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I like that Mega Man game. Running around really fast grabbing rings is really fun.
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Reminder: you could order the $100, $50 & $25 xbox gift cards (from same seller) all at once for $148.75, getting a total of $26.25 off (Maximizing the coupon on the limit of 1 gift card per order).
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Can you use these toward Xbox Gold? If not anyone know the best deal of late on Gold?
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Can you use these toward Xbox Gold? If not anyone know the best deal of late on Gold?
Yes, you can.
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Can you use these toward Xbox Gold? If not anyone know the best deal of late on Gold?
Better off buying the 12 month subscription cards that frequently go on sale for ~$40
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Better off buying the 12 month subscription cards that frequently go on sale for ~$40
agreed and then use this for game pass
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These deals are great for Xbox gamers. Free money. I'm stocked up from last time, nice to not need to buy this time.
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Great to stock up on these and use for extra discount on the surface laptops currently on sale from Microsoft Store
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Cash rebate site plus Chase Freedom 5% Cashback from PayPal could bring this even lower
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People still play Xbox? Lol
People still think Mega Man is relevant? lol
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People still think Mega Man is relevant? lol
I like that Mega Man game. Running around really fast grabbing rings is really fun.
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I like that Mega Man game. Running around really fast grabbing rings is really fun.
Gotta go fast!
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People still play Xbox? Lol
I honestly think that the Xbox is more money-saving, due to Xbox gift cards being more frequently discounted (like this one), which can then be stacked on digital games that go on sale. Bing rewards also help a lot, where I'm either redeeming my reward points for an Xbox live subscription or for more Xbox gift cards. Also you could easily gain CB from purchases via the Microsoft store from CB websites (I usually use ebat**), which isn't available through the PlayStation store.

The PlayStation is great for its exclusives, but I find it hard for PlayStation gift cards to go on sale, plus its hard to accumulate points in the Sony Rewards program other than making purchases. The games I buy on the ps4 are usually exclusives and for the psvr, if not then I would rather purchase them on the Xbox due to the ease of getting discounted gift cards.

I have both consoles and love them equally. Just sharing my two cents of my experience having them.
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