Microsoft Xbox Live 12+1 Free LIVE subscription card £30.99 @ Amazon
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Microsoft Xbox Live 12+1 Free LIVE subscription card £30.99 @ Amazon

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Found 26th Mar 2010
Microsoft Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 - 12+1 Free LIVE subscription card for £30.99 .... I think its a good price from trusted seller.

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Terrible marketing by amazon and totally confusing.

This is just for the Live subscription.

No Call of Duty game is included.

Very good price for a 13 Month Xbox Live Subscription.

Why cold? Good price for 13 months.

no its not about £26ish is going rate for 13months

Misleading...

if it was the game and 13 months can you Imagine how hot this would be!!!!

fragger;8215115

no its not about £26ish is going rate for 13months



Once upon a time, but not at the moment......

Closest you'll get for now is £27 for 12 give or take a quid.

12 months Xbox Live Gold - £26.99 just checked thats going price atm

hokuto_no_rob;8215138

Misleading...



Yeah most of the reviews on Amazon show people thinking it included the game.
Heck even the first post on this thread got misled, lol.

Thanks ordered 1 for my son. Not a bad price saying as it's from a trusted seller "Amazon"

Microsoft Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 - 12+1 Free LIVE subscription … Microsoft Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 - 12+1 Free LIVE subscription card



How is it misleading ...

Since when did Microsoft make MW2 >?

fragger;8215197

12 months Xbox Live Gold - £26.99 just checked thats going price … 12 months Xbox Live Gold - £26.99 just checked thats going price atm



Thats not 13 months though is it :whistling:

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phatmuther;8215525

Thats not 13 months though is it :whistling:



as phatmuther said its not 13 months and I checked instantlivecodes site who are selling 12 months for £26.99, but when you click 'Buy Now' it says 'This Product combination does not exist.'

buyxboxlivecodes 12 months Xbox Live Gold - £26.99

fragger;8216675

buyxboxlivecodes 12 months Xbox Live Gold - £26.99



Are they a trusted seller site looks generic poor website design etc.

out of 1439 posts on a other site no hassle u tell me :whistling: and paypal so u get yr cash back if it goes wrong

Original Poster

fragger;8216675

buyxboxlivecodes 12 months Xbox Live Gold - £26.99



If you try to get 13 Months from them it will be £26.99 + £6.99 = £33.98

fragger;8216730

out of 1439 posts on a other site no hassle u tell me :whistling: and … out of 1439 posts on a other site no hassle u tell me :whistling: and paypal so u get yr cash back if it goes wrong



Do paypal protect you from non ebay purchases ?

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aimtiaz;8216944

If you try to get 13 Months from them it will be £26.99 + £6.99 = £33.98 : … If you try to get 13 Months from them it will be £26.99 + £6.99 = £33.98



Precisely what I was going to point out.

Original Poster

fragger;8216730

out of 1439 posts on a other site no hassle u tell me :whistling: and … out of 1439 posts on a other site no hassle u tell me :whistling: and paypal so u get yr cash back if it goes wrong



Fragger have you ever tried to recover any payment from Paypal? Claiming money back for digital purchases is nightmare, as you can not prove that the code they have given you is invalid and you didn't used it or passed it on to someone.

fragger;8215115

no its not about £26ish is going rate for 13months



And where is that from?

its coming up as £34.99 when you click the go to deal button, for this now
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