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Xbox Codes Never Sweeter Thanks to Service

/ May 26th, 2013 No Comments

Get Xbox Codes

Get Xbox Codes

Get Xbox Codes

For those of you looking to score great deals on Xbox codes, there’s a service that offers email delivery, 24/7 to all verified customers. GetXboxCodes.com is a company focusing on gamers that want to get Xbox codes, plus a little more with their purchases. They offer the competitive advantage of giving their customers great service and perks, rather than the competition which offers the codes at the same price, sans perks.

Practically unique in the industry, this site allows gamers to earn points on purchases and other site activities, such as signing up for the newsletter and simply for registering. The rewards system allows customers of the site to get even better deals. For example, at the time of this article’s publication, new users that sign up and register will get an instant $1 off their purchase.

For those gamers looking to make a buck, there’s a very impressive affiliate system in place that allow gamers to make up to 7% commission per sale. Those that are chosen to be affiliates will be allowed to post links to Facebook, Twitter, websites, blogs or other places that gamers congregate. There are five tiers to the affiliate system that allow for bigger rewards and payouts are made via PayPal at the $50 mark.

GetXboxCodes.com also features gift cards for Apple iTunes as well as for the PlayStation Network. Cards for Xbox Live, iTunes or PSN are available in different quantities, ranging from one month, to one year, or different denominations, ranging from $25 to $100, or their equivalent in Microsoft Points. These cards can be delivered via email, meaning that if you are a verified buyer, you can purchase Xbox Live cards 24/7 which can be a lifesaver if it’s late at night and nowhere close sells cards in the middle of the night.

Overall, this is a nice service that gamers should be aware of, as they have competitive prices, perks, rewards, an affiliate system and much more.

Patrick McVeigh
Pat McVeigh is a professional poker player based near our corporate headquarters of Las Vegas, Nevada. A high school baseball star, Pat holds a degree in political science and in his spare time enjoys sports video games.

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