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Xbox Game Pass Price Dropped in Chile, Hong Kong, and Israel

Xbox Game Pass Price Dropped in Chile, Hong Kong, and Israel - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 28 September 2021 / 1,153 Views

Microsoft announced it is dropping the price of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold in Chile, Hong Kong, and Israel. The price has been dropped due to local currency and consumer spending power. 

In Chile, the price of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is dropping from 11,990 Chilean pesos ($14.99) to 7,990 Chilean pesos ($9.99).

The price of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate in Hong Kong is dropping from 119 Hong Kong dollars ($15.29) to 79 Hong Kong dollars ($10.15).

Xbox Game Pass Price Dropped in Chile, Hong Kong, and Israel

In Israel, the price of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is being cut from 55 shekels ($17.13) to 40 shekels ($12.46).

The price of Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Game Pass for Console, and Xbox Game Pass for PC are all seeing similar reductions in price in Chile, Hong Kong, and Israel.

A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at or on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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Loneken (on 28 September 2021)

Very good. Greetings from Chile

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shikamaru317 Loneken (on 28 September 2021)

Who in the world downvoted this? Here, have an upvote from me.

Didn't realize you were Chilean. I bet you're pretty happy about this discount. You can get 2 years of Gamepass Ultimate for the equivalent of $231 USD now. After MS killed their best Gamepass Ultimate deal here in the US (1 year EA Play to 3 months Gamepass Ultimate conversion for $30, reduced down to conversion to 2 months of Gamepass ultimate for $30), the cheapest official avenue for getting 2 years of Gamepass Ultimate is $320.

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Loneken shikamaru317 (on 28 September 2021)

Thanks good sir.

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scrapking shikamaru317 (on 29 September 2021)

The cheapest official avenue is renewing it for free with Microsoft Rewards. ;) But yes, if you don't want to do any stupid human tricks and would rather just pay money instead, you're probably correct.

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shikamaru317 scrapking (on 29 September 2021)

Yeah, I use Microsoft Rewards for it myself.

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VAMatt (on 28 September 2021)

Those are super low prices for Ultimate. Strange. Maybe subscriber numbers are lower than they were hoping in those regions....

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gtotheunit91 VAMatt (on 28 September 2021)

No, it's said it has to do more with the local currency and consumer spending power rather than a change in strategy. The price of Xbox Live Gold is also dropping in those 3 regions.

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shikamaru317 gtotheunit91 (on 28 September 2021)

Why in the world was this downvoted so heavily? You are speaking truth. This is a localization thing for sure, based on exchange rate and spending power in those countries. You can easily tell this just by looking up that information for all 3 locations on google. Multiple sources have already indicated that MS doesn't plan to make any pricing adjustments in other locations.

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VAMatt shikamaru317 (on 29 September 2021)

Exchange rates, no. The article already shows the conversions to USD. The prices are well below what they are in the US when converted. Purchasing power, maybe. But, Hong Kong is "rich", so I don't know about that either.

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scrapking VAMatt (on 29 September 2021)

I tend to agree with you that local conditions, such as annual incomes and the cost of competing services, predominantly affected this. Perhaps currency exchange may have played a small role, in that it may have affected how low Microsoft was willing to go in adjusting for local incomes.

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method114 VAMatt (on 29 September 2021)

Maybe. No way to really know. MS hasn't released their numbers in a long time now. Which IMO isn't a good sign but could be nothing.

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