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If it isn't grocery/rent money, I'd get the season pass. As previously stated, some things (Ripper) are released early for Season Pass holders. Given that we're already a month behind the X-Box release points, getting some of the content earlier makes a difference. What you'll eventually find is that the last DLC will release to us just about a month before the game cycle ends in November. That doesn't give much time to enjoy the last release of content before buying the next COD.....because you know you will buy it
Again, if you're not having to pinch pennies for the purchase, I'd go with the Season Pass.
I know its a bit late for this one but next time there is a game release that you are going to be playing a lot, there are usually special edition versions that contain the season pass in with the initial purchase. In ghosts it was called the" hardened edition" and it works out even better value for money.
I would buy the season pass anyway if you think you will be playing a lot in the future, the amount of money that you wasted by buying one dlc and then the season pass only amounts to a couple of coffees or a round of drinks so don't dwell on it for too long, there are a few bits and bobs extra that you get with the season pass, nothing too spectacular but fun none the less.
Happy Codding dude.