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Microsoft is delivering EA Access for free to some on Xbox One; see how...

Today (17), we have some cool tips to pass on to the Xbox One audience that loves to save money. We know that Microsoft always tries to please its audience, but this time we have something unimaginable as EA Access is nonetheless a direct competitor of the Xbox Game Pass. Still, we have an alliance with the Electronic Arts service.

With the advent of X019, we have learned that anyone who wants to buy an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription for the first time gets months of EA Access, Discord Nitro and Spoty, the latter for the US and UK only, all for $ 1 for three. months. However, we have other offers than for those who are already subscribers.

Some people claim that they received from Microsoft EA Access for free for just watching the X019 event on November 14 on the Mixer. However, we can confirm that several Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers have earned a month of EA Access, as you can see in the image below:

Microsoft is delivering EA Access for free to some on Xbox One; see how to redeem! https://t.co/WVapGgMofO pic.twitter.com/Yh7Z6MQ0bd

– Windows Club (@WindowsClubBr) November 17, 2019

How do I redeem?

  1. It's simple, you go to the tab on Xbox One's own interface where the free games of the month are.
  2. As you can see in the picture above, go to where the "Ultimate Gift" option.
  3. There you redeem EA Access.

Note that it is also possible to redeem Discord Nitro. However, we will talk about it on another occasion, as it will provide something even better. We will still approach Nitro today, but for now know this tip to redeem your EA Access.

Did you get EA Access? Already subscribed, is it worth the service even with the Xbox Game Pass?


Microsoft is delivering EA Access for free to some on Xbox One; see how...

Jorge Henrique

I'm a lawyer, journalist and fan of the Windows platform for about 10 years. I cover events and I am daily aware of Microsoft's universe of consumer products.

I respond as an executive editor for Windows Club.

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