One of Newegg’s Shell Shocker deals of the day includes a $100 Xbox gift card on sale for just $90 when you use the code SSBSAZ25 when paying. These Shell Shocker deals go away at the end of the day, so grab a card while you can and save some cash right away. It’s not a deal that needs a lot of explaining, is it? It’s free money, especially if you already spend money fairly regularly in the Xbox ecosystem. Use the card to buy movies or video games, continue subscriptions like Xbox Game Pass, and more. No trap. Just save.
The card is sent by e-mail as a digital code. It is sent to you after purchase. You then apply the card to your Microsoft account, as long as it’s based in the United States. After that, do whatever you want with the money. Buy a new game or rent a movie or two or just use it to pay for ongoing subscriptions for a while (like Game Pass or a streaming service).
$100 Xbox Gift Card | $10 off
redeem code SSBSAZ25 when paying to withdraw $10 from this $100 card. It’s literally free money, especially if you already spend regularly in the Xbox ecosystem. Put the money into video games, subscriptions like Xbox Game Pass, or even streaming services.
Video games are getting more and more expensive. They jumped $10 in the new generation, so saving $10 now is like saving on that extra. Maybe there’s an old game you haven’t picked up yet. Well, now you can get it at a discounted price and save even more because this card has also been discounted. You know you’re going to want a new game at some point in the future, so you might as well prepare for it now and save.
Xbox Game Pass is an amazing service that continues to grow. If you want to play Age of Empires IV or Halo Infinite, you can use your new card to save on this subscription. After all, the full Game Pass Ultimate costs $15 per month, which can add up after a while.
Need more ideas? Find out more ways to save using your gift card. Virtually anything that goes through your Microsoft account can use this gift card and its subsequent savings. This includes streaming services, your Xbox Live subscription, and a number of other things.