Share your 48-hour Xbox Live trial


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Ironman273

I have 2 codes. First 2 PMs get them.

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KomaWei

Whoever needs one send me a PM. Whoever sends me the first PM gets it. I only have 1 to give away.

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Snakehn

Anybody have any spare 48 hours card? i don't get paid until next week and need to play MW3 :)

thanks

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SkyDX

I would be in need of one, a friend wants to play Forza with me and I haven't used my 360 in ages. I would even offer a Hedone closed beta key in exchange!^^

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Nicholas-c

Gold has ran out and don't get paid until Friday. Much love <3 =3

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SkyDX

Have 1, first PM gets it.

PM sent :)

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Roger H.

I'll take one too - i'm back on Xbox after 3yrs! (oct 2008!) but forgot to get the freaking card. They have this nice deal now of 9.99 for 3 months but girlfriend has the credit card :( LOL Spent too much for christmas so i'm being punished. :p

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team_NOOB

Wouldn't mind getting a code if someone has one please :) Would like try MW3 online.. might buy a subscription anyway (only $11.95) but would like to try before I buy ;)

Thanks

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Everlive89

I have 3 codes PM me, first come first serve :)

Now have 4 message me if you are interested.

One left

Still have one left.

All gone :)

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Damien

Any spares, let me know. in the meantime I'm just waiting anxiously for Ninja Gaiden III :D Oh and I still have Halo 3 to finish....where did all my time go o0

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+Kyle

Hey guys, I am looking for one if you happen to have any. :)

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game_over

Anyone got a spare code for an XBOX noob.. just want a quick go tonight before i register properly after the bank holiday.

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d4rk5ky

I would love to get a code if anyone has one to spare, thanks :)

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Rodrigo

If anyone would be so kind to share theirs I'd be grateful! Thanks :)

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Sandy

Anyone happen to have a 48 hour code please? In need of one, Thanks

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tsupersonic

just got a used 360 - if anyone has one, I'd appreciate it. I'm waiting for amazon's 12 month xbox live code for $35

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SkyDX

Does any kind soul maybe have a 48h Trial Code to spare? I have borrowed Forza Horizon from a friend and all I want online is to download some liveries :pinch:

Thanks in advance!^^

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Timan

will post a 2 week code later, too lazy to open halo

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Kalint

So annoying with Microsoft. Xbox would be an awesome entertainment centre if I didnt have to pay a monthly fee to access basic apps.

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shinji257

I have 2 48 hour trial codes here. I believe they are both unused (my sub has been active for 6 years...) so if you want them PM me. I will respond to the first 2 (based on PM timestamp) that message me for a code. I will edit this post when they have been sent out and if there are residual PMs I will at least respond and let you know that they were expended.

EDIT: I might only have one. The one had an expiration date that I wasn't aware of. The other one does not. To give an idea of how long the one was floating around it showed a date in 2007.

Update: I've sent out the one known good code. If you want to give the one with an expire date printed on the card then let me know and I'll fire it over to you. YMMV with that code though. I have no idea if the expire dates were actually honored or not.

Update: I just picked up Black Ops 2 yesterday and it has a 48 hour trial code in it (along with my Nuketown 2025 code). If you want the 48 hour code then let me know via PM. Thanks.

Update: All codes have been distributed. I'll update later if I happen to get more.

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shinji257

Hello, I was wondering if anyone happened to have a spare trial code they could offer to me?

My GT is: FortuneCookYee

thanks again.!

I've sent your code via PM.

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shinji257

Yea. The few codes I had came with games.

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