Microsoft offering three months of Xbox One Game Pass for just $1

| April 9, 2019

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If you have been sitting on the fence trying to decide if you are ready to take the plunge and get that new Xbox Game Pass membership, April may be the best month to do so. Currently, online retailer Amazon is offering a deal where you can buy a three-month Xbox Game Pass and get three months free. In addition, Microsoft has announced that six new games will be added to the service but won’t reveal.

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