Until 2 May you can get 10% off Xbox gift cards through NIB Rewards. While this in itself is pretty good, according to the T&Cs you can use it for hardware purchases, too, so that means it could be used to score a Series X or Series S at a decent discount off the RRP (assuming they come into stock at Microsoft…).
The only downside is the 1% surcharge on debit and credit cards, which is the only form of payment they accept, so the net savings is 9.1% - still better than nothing and would bring the new Series Xbox down by a good chunk of change.
- An eGift Card is a gift card that is delivered via email.
- An eVoucher is a voucher that is delivered via email.
- Please note: occasionally eGift Card/eVoucher delivery may take time to arrive. Please allow until close of business the following business day for delivery.
- Please check your eGift Card/eVoucher for redemption instructions.
- Please note: When eGift Card/eVoucher links are clicked, the eGift Card/eVoucher will be activated and cannot be refunded.
- Offer valid till 2nd May 2021.
- Orders are capped per member at $1,000 per week.
- Both the Microsoft and Xbox cards work just the same.
- Once redeemed to your Microsoft account, you can spend your balance at Microsoft Store online, on Windows, and on Xbox. You can get the latest apps, games, movies, TV shows, and Surface, Xbox, and accessories.
- eGift card or code can be redeemed from Microsoft Store on a Windows 10 device or via Microsoft account.
- eGift cards do not currently work at physical Microsoft Stores.
- You currently cannot buy Microsoft 365 with a gift card.
- The easiest way to redeem a gift card is online. Sign in to microsoft.com/redeem with your Microsoft account, enter the 25-character code, and then select Next.
- For more info please see: support.microsoft.com/en-us/account-billing/redeem-a-gift-card-or-code-to-your-microsoft-account-d6b2c675-9e31-f312-7ff4-21834ad22fa8