I clicked the 'add to cart" button which was a redirect to this Amazon page
»www.amazon.com/Xbox-Live-Gold-St···07W7XNSKXbox Live 12m Gold Starter Kit (CXC-00008)
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Available from these sellers.
1 new from $76.98
Your link has it listed as
Xbox 360 Live 12 Month Gold Kit
Here's how the site presents itself to the public
"Incatch LLC DBA Trythings.org is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com"
The sites only purpose is to earn commissions via referrals to Amazon that presumably result in a sale.
The site isn't about 'trying things" it's about 'buying things" so a thumbs down for that.
Is it a scam?
The site's coding is rank amateur with misleading $1.00 signs but I wouldn't call it a scam, just another dime a dozen site that hasn't a clue.
EDIT To Add: I registered with the site to see what that was about, here's the welcome email they sent"We welcome you to TryThings - A new world of products and product reviews.
You can now take part in the various services we have to offer you. Some of these services include:
Permanent Cart - Any products added to your online cart remain there until you remove them, or check them out.
Address Book - We can now deliver your products to another address other than yours! This is perfect to send birthday gifts direct to the birthday-person themselves.
Order History - View your history of purchases that you have made with us.
Products Reviews - Share your opinions on products with our other customers. Address Book - We can now deliver your products to another address other than yours! This is perfect to send birthday gifts direct to the birthday-person themselves.
Yeah, it's also a perfect way to send yourself a birthday gift using the credit card data of a total stranger.
The lack of a secure (SSL) connection to collect my registration info was only a minor issue because it didn't contain any financial data but for these jokers to offer shipping to an alternate address for online orders is a really bad idea especially if it's actually true.