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FIFA 20 Xbox One £24.42 from Xbox Store US
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FIFA 20 Xbox One £24.42 from Xbox Store US

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Posted 28th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

You will need to purchase the applicable amount ($30) in USD Xbox gift cards, these can be purchased from various online key stores e.g. the current going rate being £24.42 for $30 USD cards from MMOGA. Depending on other stores used for purchasing credit and payment method used, small payment surcharges may apply.

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Go to the FIFA 20 page on the US store and click the blue ‘Buy’ link and log in using your usual U.K. Xbox Gold account, this will first ask you to set up an account address for the US if you don’t already have one set up. Google is your friend. You are best using a non- tax paying state eg Oregon.

It will then ask you to add a payment option, you need to select the redeem code option at this stage. Don’t bother trying Revolut, Starling or Monzo etc - those payment methods won’t work. The purchase has to be completed entirely using US currency gift cards.

This doesn’t need to be completed via a VPN and you don’t need to touch your console settings either.

The game will then be available to download via your console as you normally would.
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Not much love for this one? The game perhaps as the Call of Duty post is getting more heat?!

I've never tried this method before but it looks good - heat from me for the description alone. Has anyone had experiences of MS banning accounts for this? I've ordered from the Argentina store years ago when the VPN and Revolut trick worked, but this seems a bit easier for MS to crack down on as per Ts&Cs... Is this a fully trusted method?
Chrispyphillips28/01/2020 08:49

Not much love for this one? The game perhaps as the Call of Duty post is …Not much love for this one? The game perhaps as the Call of Duty post is getting more heat?!I've never tried this method before but it looks good - heat from me for the description alone. Has anyone had experiences of MS banning accounts for this? I've ordered from the Argentina store years ago when the VPN and Revolut trick worked, but this seems a bit easier for MS to crack down on as per Ts&Cs... Is this a fully trusted method?


iv owned this game since release, not much love because EA are money grabbing rats, they promised improvements to servers months ago but still nothing! game play is incredibly slow (online). save your money and dont bother with this year's fifa.
xbaassassin28/01/2020 09:19

iv owned this game since release, not much love because EA are money …iv owned this game since release, not much love because EA are money grabbing rats, they promised improvements to servers months ago but still nothing! game play is incredibly slow (online). save your money and dont bother with this year's fifa.


I'd say go over to PES, but I've fallen out of love with that this year. They are going the same way as FIFA, popping adored legend players behind a paywall, slim-odds, gambling obstacle. Not fixing gameplay problems echoed by the community after actually acknowledging them... The online is p2p, so you're always at the mercy of your opponent's Internet connection quality. I've recently been saying: 'not buying it next year'... But this year I may actually sadly mean it. It's kinda put me off footy games in general. It's a shame, because both pes and fifa have nailed both the gameplay, and off-the-pitch aspects respectively. But footy games are dying a death, to me. Bring back This Is Football, or something. Can't wait for Konami to bring out the Pro Evolution Soccer One-Armed Bandit machine, and then EA to announce the FIFA Movie
Edited by: "novo77" 28th Jan
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