Xbox launched the Game Pass on PC, but at the same time it also created the Game Pass Ultimate. The Game Pass Ultimate has the Game Pass Xbox (the one for PC) and also Xbox Live all wrapped into one package. You can purchase it for $14.99 a month. If you were to buy them all separately, it would cost you double that much. If you’re already using Xbox cards and you’re the kind of person that likes to read a lot, then the Xbox Live experience is definitely one you’ll want to check out.
Can you save even more?
Right now the Game Pass for PC is in Beta, and the cool thing is that you can get the One Month Trial of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1. Another option is to purchase 36 months of Xbox Live Gold service in advance. At this time, you can activate the $1 trial which means you can convert the future months of service to the Game Pass Ultimate. The idea here is that you’ll need to stack these up and instead of just doing 3 years of Xbox Live Gold for $181, you’ll convert this to Game Pass Ultimate which would normally cost you around $540.
How can you do this?
Ideally, you’ll want to buy the Xbox Live Gold Subscription. It’s a good idea to opt for the 12 month increments, especially if you can find them on sale. You’ll want to add this to your account. Once you get that, you’ll be able to take advantage of the $1 Game Pass Trial. And it will automatically convert the Xbox Live time that you have into Game Pass Ultimate. It’s a really good way to save some money. The best part is that you can actually play games on your PC, or share your Windows Xbox account with a friend. One thing to keep in mind is that the offer is only for a limited time, so don’t waste any time!