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Get your Xbox Live Gift Cards online and extend your membership in seconds. This digital gift card code can be redeemed for a subscription to Xbox Live, giving you ultimate multiplayer access. With 72 secure payment options and instant email delivery, get back to playing online with your friends, fast!

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How long do you want to play? Simply choose from a 3, 6 or 12-month subscription and choose from our 72 secure payment methods to complete your purchase. Your code appears directly on your screen after payment. Within seconds, you also receive an email containing the code, redeem instructions and your receipt. Follow the easy steps emailed to you to apply your new credit to your Xbox Live account. Having trouble? Feel free to contact our customer service with any questions or concerns you may have and they will be happy to help you out.

Xbox Live Gold: Multiplayer for every gamer

This digital gift card is your golden ticket to ultimate online multiplayer gaming. With Xbox Live Gold, play your favorite games online and enjoy multiplayer access, not otherwise available. Enjoy 2-3 free titles per month as well as exclusive discounts. Using a gift card code for your Gold, enjoy full payment convenience. No credit card, no bank account, no surprise charges. Know a gamer and need the perfect last-minute gift? Look no further! With this digital gift card code, give the gift of online gaming. An ideal gift for any gamer, an Xbox Live Gold Card will surely be a hit! Want all the benefits of a Gold subscription, but also access to a massive catalog of games, updated monthly? Check out an Xbox GamePass. Is the gamer in your life a Playstation fan? We got you covered! Check out a PSNCard for prepaid PSN credit! Personalize your gift by choosing one of our free gift card templates at checkout. Simply print out your thoughtfully designed gift card and there you have it! The perfect gift for any gamer.

Does my Xbox Live Gold expire?

No, your Gold code will not expire. However, once applied to an account, the subscription is only valid for the term you purchased. Once your prepaid timeframe is up, the subscription ends.

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate tip: Get 3 years of access for dirt cheap

For almost four years, gamers have been able to access hundreds of titles across PC and Xbox via Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate service—but you don’t have to pay full price. If you play your cards right, you can lock in a 63 percent discount on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for up to three years.

( Update March 2023: This conversion trick still works as of March 31, 2023, even after the death of the 1 Game Pass Ultimate trial. But its days are very likely numbered.)

Back when the service first launched, early adopters discovered a surprising trick: Activating one month of Game Pass Ultimate on an account also converted existing Xbox Live Gold and standard Xbox Game Pass subscriptions to Ultimate (normally 15 per month) at a 1:1 rate. Any prepaid time up to the maximum of three years got the upgrade. And this generous conversion rate is still working to this day.

So if you have three months of Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass (or a combination of the two) on your account, you’ll end up with three months for your Game Pass Ultimate subscription, plus the additional one month from purchasing Game Pass Ultimate. Equally, 36 months of prepaid time transforms into Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for a full three years. It doesn’t matter the cost of that one month of Game Pass Ultimate. Even after the demise of the 1 trial, this 1:1 conversion rate is still in effect (for now).

Looking to load up on Xbox Live Gold at a discount? Keep an eye out for sales at Newegg. The retailer drops the cost of a 1-year subscription to 50 USD periodically. (You can set a deal alert for “Xbox live” at for an email or push notification of future deals.) But even at the regular price of 60 USD per 12-month code, this hack is smoking.

It’s a sweet deal overall. Multiplatform gamers obviously benefit most, since Game Pass Ultimate bundles together Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox Game Pass for PC. You’ll get unlimited access to a full range of titles across platforms, including upcoming Halo, Gears of War, and other Microsoft first-party game releases on PC.

But even gamers who play exclusively on PC benefit: Though Xbox Game Pass for PC only initially cost 5 per month, that price lasted only through the beta period, which ended September 16, 2020.

Loading up an account with three years of Xbox Live Gold (180) and then converting it to Game Pass Ultimate for an additional 15 essentially locks in that 5-per-month rate for three years, which outlives the beta period pricing by a long shot. (You should be able to do this conversion trick if you participated in the Xbox Game Pass for PC beta.) It’s the Smart move, because converting Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass memberships to Game Pass Ultimate afterward happens at a pro-rated amount.

Read on for a step-by-step guide of how to secure this deal, which includes tips on how to maximize your savings.

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3/26/2023: As reported by The Verge, Microsoft has killed its 1 Game Pass Ultimate trial. Previously, you could have used that trial to convert up to three years of Xbox Live Gold—which previous versions of this conversion trick even cheaper. For the moment, you can still do a 1:1 conversion by buying one month of Ultimate at full price (15).

3/31/2022: Talk is swirling that Microsoft may eliminate Xbox Live Gold, which would kill this deal hack. A report from Brad Sams of claims that the company is seeking to make Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (and its 15-per-month rate) the base-level plan. You can hear the details from Sams himself in this YouTube video, in which he also suggests that the death of Gold could happen when Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard closes in 2023, if approved by U.S. regulators. Additionally, current energy are driving up costs for Microsoft’s Cloud computing services, leading the company to hint that price increases on Xbox consoles and subscriptions (like Game Pass) could come to pass. Our best guess is that no changes would be likely during the brisk holiday sales period, but after the start of 2023 it’s anyone’s guess as to what will happen.

How to convert Xbox Live Gold (or Xbox Game Pass) to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate

The most basic description of what you’ll do is this:

  • Buy Xbox Live Gold
  • Buy 1 month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
  • Agree to a conversion of your Gold and/or standard Game Pass subscription(s) to Game Pass Ultimate

However, you can run into a few pitfalls during this process—especially if you’re going for the maximum of three years. The detailed instructions below will help you avoid those mistakes.

(Note: Previous versions of this guide, including the YouTube video below, refer to the now-dead 1 Game Pass Ultimate trial. The conversion trick isn’t dead, though—for the moment, you can still do a 1:1 conversion if you pay for a month of Ultimate at full price. You’ll save over 60 percent versus a standard Ultimate subscription versus 66 percent when the trial was alive.)

Add time in the largest increments possible—a 12-month code for Gold works out much cheaper per month than the one-month, three-month, and six-month varieties. When purchasing codes, always remember that Microsoft’s servers won’t let you redeem a code for a duration that exceeds the 36-month cap. (Example: You’re at 34 months, but attempt to redeem a three-month code. The servers will not let you activate it.) Short multi-day trial codes for Xbox Live Gold won’t work for this promotion, like those for three days or two weeks.

WARNING: If you buy three 1-year subscriptions, do not turn on recurring billing while redeeming the codes. Any extra freebie months you get for doing so will make it impossible to redeem the final code.

  • Don’t forget that your purchased month of Game Pass Ultimate will stack on top of whatever amount of Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass subscription time you convert. You won’t get the full month if it puts you over the 36 month limit, though.
  • When redeeming an Xbox Live Gold digital subscription code, agreeing to recurring billing will give you an additional one month for free. If you turn off recurring billing before redeeming your next code, you can usually continue to take advantage of this bonus. (Don’t do this if you are redeeming three 1-year codes—the system will refuse to let you redeem the final code because it’ll put you over the limit.)

Example: You need 17 months to max out. (You already have 16 months of Xbox Live Gold and 3 months of Xbox Game Pass active on your account.) As a Costco member who also has a surplus of Microsoft Reward points, you buy one 12-month code and then use the points to obtain a single 3-month code. You can then angle for at least one bonus month by choosing recurring billing when you redeem each Xbox Live Gold code. (YMMV, Microsoft has become inconsistent with this bonus offer.) If you get zero bonus months, add another month of Xbox Live Gold to the account. Then apply your 1 month of Game Pass Ultimate to convert everything to 36 months of Ultimate.

Step 2

Activate your Xbox Live Gold codes. Again, as your final reminder, if you have three 1-year subscription codes for Xbox Live, do not agree to recurring billing in order to redeem your final code.

If you are using a patchwork of different codes, triple-check your math to be sure you know how many times (if any) you need to agree to recurring billing.

OOPS: Did you have three 1-year XBL Gold codes and accidentally make it impossible to redeem that final code? You can wait a month or two, then redeem code #3 and convert. Or you can wait to activate it after you upgrade to Game Pass Ultimate—you’ll be able to redeem it on a pro-rated basis to extend your Ultimate subscription.

Step 3

Activate your code for 1 month of Game Pass Ultimate. (You can also instead purchase it via the Xbox website or the Store on an Xbox console.)

You will have two screens to pass through. The first, shown at right, explains how the conversion works if you already have an active Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass subscription. (Which you should, if you followed Step 2’s instructions.)

Usually, the second that follows will ask for billing information for recurring billing. You should be able to decline.

You should now see “Xbox Game Pass Ultimate” listed under Services and Subscriptions on your Microsoft account page. If you purchased your Ultimate code directly through the Xbox website or on an Xbox console, your Game Pass Ultimate subscription will likely be set to recurring billing as default. We suggest you turn this off, lest you be taken by surprise when your subscription expires (especially if that’s three years from now). You can do so by clicking on “Manage” just to the right of the billing information on the website.

Outside of that, you’re set to go. Happy gaming!

Editor’s note: This article originally published in August 2019 but has been since updated to keep it current. Recent updates includes minor edits in light of the now-dead 1 Ultimate trial. Previous updates included new info on discounted Gold codes, plus news about possible product and price changes related to Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass Ultimate. Our tutorial video was also added.

With free-to-play games dropping the Xbox Live Gold requirement and Games with Gold on the decline, the perceived value of Microsoft’s subscription is more subjective than ever.

Xbox Live Gold is your gateway to multiplayer on console, with almost two decades the go-to Xbox subscription. With more games than ever built with multiplayer in mind, the online membership ensures you’re getting the best value from your Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S libraries.


But last year brought network-wide changes, shaking up the Xbox Live Gold offerings for the latest console generation. Microsoft lifted the paywall for free-to-play content, and in the process, axed the mandate for some of the most popular games on the market. The company also continues to offer regular free Games with Gold, but with quality on the decline, as Xbox Game Pass takes center stage. Here’s what’s happening with Xbox Live Gold for 2022 and whether the subscription is right for you.

Bottom line: Xbox Live Gold remains a staple essential when using Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S online unless exclusively tied up in free-to-play titles. The value in the subscription comes entirely from its multiplayer perks, with Gold-exclusive rewards on the decline in 2022.


  • Multiplayer for all Xbox games
  • Affordable, especially when purchased upfront
  • Four free games every month
  • Exclusive discounts


  • Games with Gold program is a mixed bag
  • Not for those who only play free-to-play games
  • Xbox Game Pass Ultimate provides much better value

Xbox Live Gold: Price and availability

Xbox Live Gold is available as a monthly subscription for 9.99 per month in the U.S. and over 40 additional territories. It’s also available in upfront installments for savings on the usual monthly rate, priced at 24.99 for three months, 39.99 for six months. Xbox Live Gold is available through a 12-month prepaid membership for 59.99 via third-party retailers like Amazon, GameStop, and Walmart, although no longer through Microsoft. This tiered pricing structure makes it better to purchase Xbox Live Gold in bulk upfront, over the monthly fee.

Microsoft’s all-inclusive Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription includes Xbox Live Gold, too, coupled with Xbox Game Pass for console and PC, Cloud gaming on mobile, and other perks like EA Play. The subscription is available for a flat 14.99 monthly rate in the U.S. While Xbox Game Pass Ultimate offers considerably more perks, you can’t buy it discounted in bulk.

While Microsoft outlined plans to increase Xbox Live Gold pricing back in January 2021, it later reversed the decision following widespread backlash.

Xbox Live Gold has changed: What’s new?

Microsoft rolled out sweeping changes to Xbox Live Gold back in 2021, shaking up the value proposition for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S owners. The drastic policy shift changed up a subscription that’s gone untouched in years, opening previously paid features to any Xbox console owner. That chiefly includes dropping the Xbox Live Gold requirement on free-to-play multiplayer titles, plus opening multiple social features to all on Xbox.

Xbox consoles have required an Xbox Live Gold membership to access online multiplayer since their inception, but changes introduced last April dropped that mandate for free-to-play games. You no longer need to pay the monthly fee on many popular titles, including Fortnite, Call of Duty: Warzone, Halo Infinite, and Apex Legends, to name a few. While all paid Xbox games still require Xbox Live Gold, those with zero-cost entry are entirely free on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

Changes to Xbox Live Gold undoubtedly changed the value of the subscription, bringing various features, once exclusive to paying customers, to all users. It means that Xbox Live Gold isn’t for everyone, and depending on your preferred games, it could be a waste of your money. This review lays out some of the top perks enabled by Xbox Live Gold today and whether the price tag is worthwhile for you.

It’s worth adding that these changes came during a time of change for Xbox Live Gold, with further tweaks potentially ahead over the coming years. Changes made in 2021 shadowed botched plans to increase Xbox Live Gold pricing, increasing monthly costs, and doubling annual pricing to 120 per year. Those plans were later reversed in response to pushback, with Microsoft committing to current pricing while shaking up its free-to-play approach.

The net result offers better value to all right now, but it’s clear Microsoft is keen to shake up Xbox Live Gold, especially with the continued success of Xbox Game Pass. With more changes likely to come, it’s worth reassessing whether Xbox Live Gold is for you and the alternative plans available in the Xbox ecosystem.

Xbox Live Gold: What you’ll like in 2022

Xbox Live Gold comes with various benefits for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S owners, foremost delivering the best of Microsoft’s online services. It enables access to the whole multiplayer experience across the Xbox network, coupled with exclusive subscriber benefits. Xbox Live Gold’s offerings have evolved with time, but it remains an essential membership for Xbox consoles.

The subscription unlocks access to staple Xbox features, and multiplayer is the defining component that justifies that price tag. From competitive multiplayer shooters to cooperative adventures, Xbox Live Gold is vital to playing console games online with friends. The subscription grants access across thousands of Xbox experiences, drawing the best value from purchased titles. Some may criticize the move, with free multiplayer gaming the norm on PC, but it’s the reality of gaming on modern Xbox and Playstation consoles.

Xbox Live Gold’s merits don’t just sit with multiplayer, with the service also stowing exclusive benefits for members. The “Games with Gold” program, first debuted back in 2013, continues to provide free Xbox games regularly. Microsoft also serves various subscriber-only discounts and “Free Play Days” for demos of paid titles. They’re not singular reasons to subscribe but welcomed bonuses for those invested in the multiplayer services.

Games with Gold provides no-cost rewards to all Xbox Live Gold subscribers, with four games every month — two for Xbox One and two backward-compatible Xbox 360 games. Each title must be manually claimed, with each monthly quartet often valued between 50 and 100. The titles are rarely new or relevant, with a drop in perceived quality as of late, but they’re still free titles to bolster your library.

Microsoft also hosts “Deals with Gold,” spinning out weekly Gold-exclusive discounts across Xbox One titles. Members may also see further price reductions on seasonal sales, making it a handy addition for those virtual shopping sprees.

Xbox Live Gold currently costs 10 per month when purchased monthly, which falls in line with many digital subscriptions available today. The real value comes when purchasing a membership in one upfront installment, where 12-month codes over halve the cost at 60 per year. That pushes Xbox Live Gold to an incredibly affordable price, making it easier to recommend to undecided Xbox owners.

Microsoft also has some lucrative incentives for families, applying one Xbox Live Gold membership to all accounts on the same console. Families using several Xbox profiles on one shared device automatically share the benefits of Xbox Live Gold perks, so you don’t need to double-dip on the subscription. It’s an ideal means to bring the whole family on board.

For many Xbox owners, investing in Xbox Live Gold is a no-brainer. It’s mandatory for most multiplayer experiences, and for many, it’s an assumed cost of using the console. Those existing subscribers likely don’t need convincing Xbox Live Gold is worth the entry, and free-to-play changes had only a minor impact on the subscription’s value. While some may push back against paying for multiplayer access, you’re getting a pass to a consistently robust and reliable network for gaming.

Xbox Live Gold: What’s not good in 2022

While Xbox Live Gold delivers upon all its promises, unlocking the full multiplayer experience on Xbox consoles, the subscription has its shortcomings. For some, it’s the concept of paid multiplayer, whereas free online gaming is an overlooked luxury for many on PC. But the subscription’s current offering has also fallen under scrutiny, especially given past changes to free-to-play gaming.

While paying for online multiplayer has proven the norm for Xbox, that’s not to say it’s dodged heavy scrutiny at times. According to reputable reports, Microsoft even looked to phase out paid multiplayer back in 2019, as Xbox Game Pass takes the spotlight moving forward. The recent tweaks to free-to-play multiplayer have since materialized in a move that, for some players, could eliminate the need for Xbox Live Gold.

Free-to-play games now make up some of the most popular Xbox games like Fortnite, Call of Duty: Warzone, Halo Infinite, and Apex Legends. There’s a valid argument to cancel your Xbox Live Gold subscription if among those only using a console for those no-cost titles. That hugely restricts which experiences you can play, but it’s an ideal way to save on your upgoing gaming costs.

Previous Xbox Live Gold-exclusive features are also freely available, including Party Chat and LFG services, following the changes made to the service last year. They likely shouldn’t have been locked behind a paywall to begin with, yet they’re still lost benefits of the subscription. It’s now explicit that Xbox Live Gold solely aims to provide a full-fledged multiplayer experience rather than a blanket “all-inclusive” online service.

But it’s clear Xbox Live Gold has fallen out of favor in recent years, with Microsoft doubling down with its Xbox Game Pass subscription. The Netflix-style subscription serves hundreds of games for a flat monthly fee, including all Microsoft-made titles from launch and various third-party experiences. There’s also the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, its all-inclusive tier, which bundles Xbox Game Pass for Xbox and PC, Xbox Live Gold, EA Play, and Xbox Cloud Gaming into a single 15 plan.

Xbox Game Pass continues to score heavy-hitting deals, from popular existing Xbox games, to those upcoming, launching directly into the service. That ranges from in-house exclusives like Halo Infinite and Forza Horizon 5, while Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Extraction recently hit the service day and date. The benefits of recent Microsoft acquisitions like Bethesda Softworks have also failed to trickle down to the “Games with Gold” program, while the best Xbox Game Pass games only get better.

Microsoft wants to sell you Xbox Game Pass, and as its newest FOCUS for the platform, Redmond has aggressively pushed this new monthly model. Meanwhile, Xbox Live Gold feels like a necessity, something you have to buy, lacking the perceived value of Xbox Game Pass. That’s the difference in the image of each service, which can make Xbox Live Gold feel somewhat lackluster, in comparison.

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Xbox Live Gold upgrades your Xbox gaming experience, and while it has changed over the years, the service still serves the same purpose for most. It’s the only gateway to playing multiplayer games on Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S, although the value will vary on each user. While frequent online gaming across various titles demands Xbox Live Gold, those who prefer singleplayer games, or stick to popular free experiences like Fortnite and Call of Duty: Warzone, have little reason to pay up.

Xbox regulars shouldn’t overlook Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Microsoft’s new higher-tier subscription, bundling Xbox Live Gold alongside other benefits. It costs more, at 15 per month, but unlocks hundreds of games in the price as one of the best deals in modern gaming.

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Free-to-play changes also mean that many of the most popular Xbox games no longer require Xbox Live Gold, especially suited to casual users who play only a few titles and can’t justify the subscription for infrequent gaming sessions. But the moment you stray away from this curated list, investing in a 12-month Xbox Live Gold membership delivers the best value out there.

Xbox Live Gold

An Xbox Live Gold Membership is your entry ticket to the Xbox gamers community! Give into your ‘Call of Duty’ state of mind, or accelerate your weekend with ‘Need for Speed’. You can choose from hundreds of the newest games. That’s not all. every month, you get exclusive Xbox One Live game discounts and free games for your Xbox Live account. Who can say no to that? Get either a 3 month or 12 month Xbox Live Gold subscription Card from Then pay using PayPal, Maestro, Mastercard, Visa or more than 23 other safe and secure payment methods. After completing your order, you’ll receive your Xbox Live Gold code directly in your inbox. Redeem it immediately on your Xbox account and you’re all set for a good game! Looking for an alternative or similar product to Xbox Live Gold codes? We recommend:

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I redeem an Xbox Live Gold code?

  • Go to
  • Sign in with your Microsoft account. If you do not have an account, please register for one and follow the instructions on the page.
  • Once you are signed in, click Redeem.
  • Enter the Xbox Live 25-character code we sent to you and click Confirm.

Redeem card on phone or tablet

  • Open the Xbox mobile app and sign into your Microsoft account.
  • Press Menu and select Microsoft Store, then Redeem a Code.
  • Tap in the code and follow the instructions to redeem your Xbox card.
  • Select Use a Code.
  • Submit the 25-character code and follow the instructions to redeem your Xbox One voucher.

How to redeem your code on an Xbox One Xbox Series X:

  • Sign in and press the X button, then Home, and go to Store.
  • Select Use a Code.
  • Submit the 25-character code and follow the instructions to redeem your Xbox One code.
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How to redeem your code on an Xbox 360:

  • Use the account that you would like to use your Xbox Live Gold code on and sign in to Xbox Live.
  • Click the Guide button on your controller.
  • Go to Games Apps and press Redeem code.
  • Enter your 25-character Xbox Live Gold code that we sent to you and select Done.
  • Click Yes to confirm.

What can I use my Xbox Live gift card for?

Use your Xbox Live Gold code to activate or renew an Xbox Live Gold subscription. If you have an Xbox One or Xbox 360 and want to play multiplayer games online, a Microsoft Live Gold subscription allows you to access this. Xbox Live Gold also has additional benefits, like exclusive discounts on games and exciting free games every month!

What kind of account do I need to redeem my Xbox Live code?

You will need to have a Microsoft account and an Xbox Live account. Don’t have an account? Simply create one on your Xbox One or Xbox 360.

How long is my Xbox Live membership valid?

Your Membership will last either 3 months or 12 months, depending on the subscription you have purchased. The Xbox Live Gold code does not have an expiration date, so you can redeem it whenever you want!

How can I check my Xbox Live balance?

Log in to your Microsoft account and go to Payment and Billing and select Payment Options. Next to Microsoft Account you can see how much balance you have.

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