Microsoft has launched a range of Xbox Gift Cards, a new form of currency card to replace Microsoft Points.
The gift cards range in denominations between £10 and £50, and are available to purchase now from ShopTo.net.
The retailer also appears to be offering a decent discount on the cards, offering customers a chance to purchase digital Xbox games and content at a cheaper rate.
Amazon, who first listed the gift cards last month, states that stock of the cards are due at the retailer within 1-3 weeks.
Microsoft switched the Xbox Live currency from Microsoft Points to real-world currency in an Xbox 360 update released in August, but has continued to sell Microsoft Points cards. It isn't yet known when Microsoft Points will be phased out.