Restaurant chain Taco Bell currently has a great promotion going on with Microsoft. It’s giving away several limited-edition Xbox One X systems, complete with the new Elite 2 Controller and a subscription to Xbox Game Pass. But even if you don’t win playing that way, you can still score a pretty good deal with your meal purchase.
Anyone who purchases a $5 box of food through the Taco Bell app or on their website is eligible to receive a code for 14 days of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, free of charge. What’s more, users can stack them for up to 44 days of the service. This offer counts for both existing and new customers.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate serves as the best of both worlds for Xbox and PC owners. Not only does it provide online benefits for several games, but also access to a massive game library of Microsoft and third-party games, as well as indie favorites. Currently, memberships for the service go for $14.99 a month. And with The Outer Worlds coming to the service this Friday, there’s no better time to hop on board and see what it’s about.
For those that don’t want to purchase food, there’s also a mail-in option for a chance to win an Xbox One X, as well as an online code. But buying food is the fastest way to go.
The promotion is ongoing through Nov. 23, so you have a month to get your codes. Stack them up!