You can get 6 Months of Spotify Premium with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1 to Start

The gist of it is this; pay $1 for a month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and get six months of Spotify Premium as a bonus.

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Nothing can beat free, but the next best thing is ‘absurdly cheap.’ With the introduction of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Microsoft has been sporting a lot of incredible deals related to it, likely in hopes to hook players on the sweet deal that is Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass in one affordable subscription. Either way, another deal of this nature is ready to be enjoyed by players everywhere, if they just take advantage of it.

See Deal Details at Xbox

The gist of it is this; pay $1 for a month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and get six months of Spotify Premium as a bonus. Now, we probably don’t need to tell you how good this is, but we will anyway; for one, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate includes all normal Xbox Live Gold features, such as Games with Gold and multiplayer, as well as access to the Game Pass library, in which roughly 100 games of all genres are available. And that’s all for one measly dollar.

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But on the Spotify side of things, the deal just keep getting better. Spotify Premium is usually $9.99 a month, so by paying a mere dollar for six months of it, you’re saving about $60. Savings like that don’t come very often, and they absolutely should be taken advantage of.

Still, the meat of the deal is Game Pass, and if you haven’t given it a try yet, this $1 deal is a great time to do so. The games available within the Game Pass library aren’t the discarded, lackluster refuse of the console; some titles include mega hits like Dishonored 2 and Gears 5. Fact is you get access to a lot of top tier games with Game Pass, not to mention every Xbox Exclusive.

Moreover, October is a great month to give the whole thing a try, since the hotly anticipated Outer Worlds will be out on October 25th, and will be available on Game Pass that very same day. Just so you know, that game would probably be $50 or $60 on release, so you’re definitely getting a whole lot of content and benefits for just $1.

Ultimately it’s up to you, but frankly, the only justification for skipping out is if you don’t actually own an Xbox. If you do, there’s really no reason to not at least give this deal a try and see for yourself how worthwhile it really is.

See Deal Details at Xbox