Xbox Live 3 Months £4 @ Littlewoods with voucher code

Xbox Live 3 Months £4 @ Littlewoods with voucher code

Found 26th Dec 2009
At £4 for 3 months this would work out at £16 for a year on a pro rata basis making it the cheapest I've seen.

It is to be found at Just do a search on Xbox Live and add the 3 months item to your basket, in checkout make a new account and then use the following
promotion code, it will deduct £15 from your total bringing it to the £4

The Promotional Code is:

I've just done it and it worked a treat. Not sure how long the code will work for.

10 Comments is down for me at the moment =(

has to be hot,

Not another littlewoods new account and promotion code again please!
Sorry it is freezing cold here. :santa:

And even then...

Original Poster


how can you do £4 every 3 months, it only lets you use a voucher once.

I didn't say you could do it every 3 months, I simply pointed out the pro rata price. £4 for 3 months is very cheap.

sick and tired of seein these littlewoods new customer deals. Not really a deal as its ONLY for first time customers. same old same old blahh blahh blahh. I'll get off my soap box now lol!!

Original Poster

Hmm for me it was a deal as it allowed me to get 3 months of Xbox live for £4. Of course as with every deal it's not for everyone, but hey you have a better deal for Xbox live I'm all ears?????

Original Poster

Why has this been expired?

"Was searching for 12 months XBL last week on eBay and people have this offer listed and are selling the code. There was pages of listings. A bit annoying as I was doing a low to high Buy It Now search. In the end I got 12 months on for $30. Worked out at £19 which I'm happy with!!"

Yup that's very good.

Good price if you ask me. I would like to try out my new xbox on live and see what all the fuss is about. £4 for a go if you got one for Christmas before you commit to shelling out for a 12month one is ideal.

Original Poster


yes you didquoteAt £4 for 3 months this would work out at £16 for a year

Is your first language English? Can you read a whole sentence all the way through? Did you spot the rest of the sentence which continued "on a pro rata basis..."? Or maybe you just don't know what pro rata means?

If English really isn't your first language then I apologise for the sarcasm.
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