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Any way of seeing when your chain of Live time runs out?

#1Dragon NexusPosted 7/10/2013 7:11:58 AM
I have put on a number of Live codes and such in a row, usually when my local store puts a discount on them like 15% or 20%, or if there's some promotion and I get a month code or something.

So they all stack up, right? But whenever I've looked on xbox.com it always seems to tell me when my *current* code will run out. So I'm never sure if I have anything coming after that or if that's the last link in the chain.

Any way of finding out?
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#2The_Dark_Slay3rPosted 7/10/2013 7:14:16 AM
https://billing.microsoft.com/
#3SheepinatorPosted 7/10/2013 7:14:45 AM
You can buffer up to 36 months. I'm sure it shows when your total time runs out, either on "My Account" at xbox.com, or via the (old) dashboard.
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#4Dragon Nexus(Topic Creator)Posted 7/10/2013 9:02:49 AM
The_Dark_Slay3r posted...
https://billing.microsoft.com/


Ugh, totally forgot about that site.

Sheepinator posted...
You can buffer up to 36 months. I'm sure it shows when your total time runs out, either on "My Account" at xbox.com, or via the (old) dashboard.


You know what...it actually does now.
Every time I'd previously checked it used to say when my current card would run out, ignoring the fact I had another year stacked on afterwards and maybe a month or two here and there. Now it tells me exactly when.

Typical I ask this question right after they change it to fit what I'm actually asking.
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