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Microsoft adds a six month ‘Premium Spotify’ to its ‘Xbox Game Pass Ultimate’

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Microsoft really did surprise its gaming fanbase during the E3, 2017 when it announced the Xbox Game Pass for the first time. Since then, the Game Pass has never stopped offering gamers with new and exciting titles alongside some pretty amazing deals and updates. Recently, Microsoft allowed Xbox Game Pass members to support their favourite Mixer streamers. Microsoft’s next move was the announcement of four more new games for the Xbox Game pass during the Microsoft Inside Xbox Livestream. And now, Microsoft is adding six months of Spotify Premium to its Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

Ever since its announcement, Microsoft has been really creative and generous with Xbox Game pass offerings. During the Gamescom 2019, Microsoft made Xbox Game Pass available for $2 for a limited time, offering games like Devil May Cry 5, Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, Stellaris, Ape Out, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Bard’s Tale IV, Blair Witch, and Dead Cells, joining the Game Pass on both PC and Xbox. But Microsoft doesn’t seem to stop when it comes to Xbox Game Pass. The company is now including a six month of ad-free Premium Spotify music streaming alongside Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

If you don’t know what Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is, it combines Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass for both console and PC. To avail the offer, all you need to do is sign-up for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for $1 for the first month, and then pay $14.99 a month. That’s all!! Just a mere $1 and you can get your hands on Spotify Premium for 6 months. 

You can sign-up for the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate here:

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