Save 10% on Selected Xbox Live Gift Cards

Save 10% on Selected Xbox Live Gift Cards

Save a few bucks when refilling your digital wallet.

If you happen to be of the Xbox One persuasion or if you just happen to have been alive near a video game console any time in the past decade, you'll no doubt be aware that Xbox Live has its own ecosystem and you can buy Xbox Live credit from various retailers and add that money into your digital wallet, ready to spend on digital goods whenever you like.

With that in mind, you may just want to head over to Amazon US today, where you can currently grab $40, $60 or $70 worth of Xbox Live credit each with 10% off. To save you having to do that math, that'll bring the prices down to the below ones:

With that sort of virtual cash hanging around in your digital wallet, you could pick up anything from Destiny 2 to horse armor for Oblivion. Go nuts, the world is your playground.

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Jamie Wallace

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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