As part of E3 week, Microsoft is offering their Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1 (regularly $14.99/month) for the remainder of your Xbox Live Gold subscription (up to 36-months) for a limited time. So for example, if you have 10-months left of Xbox Live Gold, then that $1 will give you access to Game Pass for 10-months. To get the most out of this deal, make sure you extend your Xbox Live Gold subscription to 36-months before you apply the $1 Xbox Game Pass Ultimate deal to your account. This way that one dollar will get you 36-months of Microsoft’s Game Pass.
To see the current status of your Xbox Live Gold subscription, go to the services and subscriptions tab on the Microsoft account page. If you are happy with the amount of time you have left with Xbox Live Gold, you can purchase Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1 and you will get access to Xbox Game Pass for the remainder of your Xbox Live Gold subscription. Alternatively, you can max out your Xbox Live Gold subscription to 36-months before purchasing the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1 and get 36-months of Xbox Game Pass. That’s a potential savings of $359.84. A 12-month subscription to XboxLive Gold is normally $60 (Amazon) but CDkeys.com has for $50.89, Groupon ha sit for $52.99, Rakuten has it for $53.99, and Costco has it for $54.99 for a limited time.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate combines Xbox Live Gold and Microsoft’s Game Pass service into one subscription. Xbox Live Gold gets enables online gameplay and includes a few Free titles per month. Xbox Game Pass is like Netflix for Xbox games. Out of the gate, Game Pass will provide access to over 100 games to play on Xbox One, with new title added frequently. It also includes all Xbox Game Studios are available at no extra charge on their day of release.