Microsoft Xbox LIVE 3 Month Gold Membership £9.99 @ Argos instore
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Microsoft Xbox LIVE 3 Month Gold Membership £9.99 @ Argos instore

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Found 12th Feb 2013
I know that you can pick up a 12 month subscription cheaper but not everyone wants to commit to a full year straight away. So for a three month 'taster' it's the cheapest price available if you buy instore or reserve and collect.

P&P will bump up the price so if you aren't buying instore check out Simply games simplygames.com/inf…360
where you can get a digital download for £11.99
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3 months of Xbox Live - £9.99
3 months of the vastly superior Playstation Plus - £7.99

Are Microsoft having a laugh?

Revzman 1 minute ago 3 months of Xbox Live - £9.993 months of the vastly … Revzman 1 minute ago 3 months of Xbox Live - £9.993 months of the vastly superior Playstation Plus - £7.99Are Microsoft having a laugh?



Revzam PS+ is only trying to get many members as they have failed as far as a console goes.. They are only offering people free games to keep them on PlayStation as soon as you stop paying for them you cant play them if anything its trying to trap users for the next gen consoles by giving them free games... who wants to play old games on next gen consoles PS4 will be the last console by Sony as the PS3 failed nothing great going for it apart from a blue ray player when the next xbox releases it will have a blu ray player then wave good bye to Sony... they will end up selling your account details to keep them up....

Roll on the next Xbox!!!!!
You're an idiot.
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Why is the deal so cold?

I am sure that some people just vote cold because it's their idea of fun.
The guidelines in the help file for HUKD state:
Deals which don't quite hit the mark tend to be voted cold - remember if you're voting a deal cold, it's in the interest of the community to leave a constructive comment within the thread

So please lets have your comments... it may stop unwanted posts in the future ...
Edited by: "gerrymig" 12th Feb 2013
gerrymig

Why is the deal so cold? I am sure that some people just vote cold … Why is the deal so cold? I am sure that some people just vote cold because it's their idea of fun.The guidelines in the help file for HUKD state:Deals which don't quite hit the mark tend to be voted cold - remember if you're voting a deal cold, it's in the interest of the community to leave a constructive comment within the threadSo please lets have your comments... it may stop unwanted posts in the future ...



In my opinion, its cold due to 12months being available for £27.99.
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ed1980

In my opinion, its cold due to 12months being available for £27.99.



I know you can get 12 months for £27.99 but not everyone wants to commit to a full year straight away so three months is a good period to try the service out and at the moment this is the cheapest price.
Thanks for the feedback ..
gerrymig

I know you can get 12 months for £27.99 but not everyone wants to commit … I know you can get 12 months for £27.99 but not everyone wants to commit to a full year straight away so three months is a good period to try the service out and at the moment this is the cheapest price. Thanks for the feedback ..




On that basis, why pay £9.99 for 3 months when XBL give you a 1 month free trial to "try it out"
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ed1980

On that basis, why pay £9.99 for 3 months when XBL give you a 1 month … On that basis, why pay £9.99 for 3 months when XBL give you a 1 month free trial to "try it out"



It's a fair point but the point is that vendors are selling three month subscriptions so it's fair to assume that there is a demand for them (otherwise they wouldn't still be on sale). The offer that I posted is the best deal for that subscription period so therefore it is a hot deal.
The argument about 12 months working out cheaper pro rata than 3 months isn't that the case with most of the things you buy in bulk? I just feel that the offer should have been judged on a like for like basis.
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