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Xbox Live 2100 Points Card

Released on 20 June 2008

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Comment:****CODE DELIVERED BY EMAIL WITHIN 24 HOURS OF PURCHASE***. With this code you will receive 2100 Microsoft points from a 2100 points prepaid card. If you don't receive it within the time stated please contact me before leaving a negative feedback .Also be

Freely accessible to anyone with a broadband connection, Xbox LIVE Marketplace is a digital download centre providing free and premium content for games, as well as entertainment content such as movie trailers and music videos. Premium Xbox LIVE Marketplace content will be available for purchase with Microsoft Points. Microsoft Points is a new stored-value system that will let consumers purchase a number of points, and then redeem those points for content online, ranging from gamer pictures and themes to full game downloads on Xbox LIVE Arcade.

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 Average rating (7 reviews)

 Same MS Points, different packaging

| | See all ObiWanJabrone's reviews (27)

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There was a few negative reviews on these Rock Band themed 2100 Microsoft Points, I can understand the negative responses. I personally wouldn't of paid £1 extra for different packaging.

With play.com putting the price down to the other 2100 Microsoft Points you might as well get this one just to have different packaging. How long play.com will offer these points at this price I do not know.

These points work in exactly the same way as normal Microsoft Points do, you just scratch away the silver stuff at the back with a coin, sign into Xbox Live, go to the Xbox Live Marketplace blade, and go to "Redeem Code" then simply enter the 25 character code in with the on-screen keyboard, or the Xbox Chat Pad or a USB keyboard (easiest way). When the code is accepted you can browse away at the Marketplace and see what takes your fancy. I just bought a few Live Arcade games.

The big advantage over these pre paid cards is that if you don't have a credit/debit card, or you simply do not want to put your card details on your account these are a great alternative. I recently had my Xbox Live account stolen, and they changed everything, and even bought over £70 worth of Marketplace content. So now I refuse to put my card details on there again, thus I have to start over with my Gamerpoints - very fustrating. So I have a feeling I'll be buying these Points cards alot.

The Points card itself comes in an actual Xbox 360 game case, but unfortunately you can't use the box as a spare case. The housing for the card isn't the usual disc holder. I'm sure when these pre paid cards first came out that the housing in the box was the CD holder. Shame they're not like that anymore incase you buy a pre owned game and the box isn't in very good condition. So you'll have to either recycle the case when you're done or just keep it for your reference that you bought it, and you want a physical representation.

Great purchase from play.com once again. Get yours now if you want something different for the packaging at this price, and if you like or own Rock Band (which I don't...yet)

A huge thanks to play.com for a great service.

Gamertag: ObiWanJabrone

 Waste of a quid!

| | See all The2ndMouse's reviews (12)

Don't buy this! Just get the normal 2100 Points card unless you really really want the Rock Band packaging!

 Whats the Point?

| | See all senseisanchez's reviews (2)

Really whats the point in this. It's just a normal amount of points for the same price as a normal pack of points. Just with a flashy Rock Band style. 5 stars for microsoft points normal though.


| | See all KinGRyaZ's reviews (2)

Why have they done this?!?!?!
A little extra publicity, they should giv you a extra code for free songs or somthing on rockband. Would make more sence