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  1. yep it super is. now even more since discount has been reduced as we're on release week. honestly i think the people that will buy deluxe has already bought it months ago.. so at this point the retailers and publisher are just trying to get the stragglers? having said that, we still don't believe Destiny 2 is one of those games that will go on sale fast on the PC.
  2. Updated this below. Now 15% off instead of 19% off since we're on release week. So believe it or not, discounts on Destiny 2 is rather rare from a legit source (eg a distributor authorized by Activision Blizzard. Given Battle.net keys aren't exactly something grey market can source easily - so this is why you probably don't see it on deep discount at reseller sites especially as its a region locked title as well. If you don't have a key from a GPU promotion and you're thinking of playing Destiny 2 on the PC (honestly seems like the best version) for release week, this is a solid price at 19% off and the highest we've seen since pre-order became available way back earlier this year. Destiny 2 Standard Edition - $50.99 (Battle.net) Destiny 2 Digital Deluxe Edition - $84.99 (Battle.net) Use code SUCHWOW10 Stacks with current instant savings of 10% off. Coupon expires Thursday Oct 19, 4:59PM PDT Battle.net key (region locked key) Includes pre-order bonus Exotic weapon Coldheart As mentioned the game is region locked so make sure you're not using VPN and you're buying from a region that matches with your Battle.net account. Shouldn't be an issue for most people as GMG automatically redirects you to the proper region. If you see pricing in your local currency then you're good to go. (Prices are obviously different but the 10% off coupon will work globally).
  3. Honestly not a big discount but Playerunknown's Battleground isn't exactly a game that gets big price cut from legitimate stores much given the publisher puts strict restrictions in place, making sure retailers don't go too crazy with the discount. Playerunknown's Battleground - $26.99 Use code SUCHWOW10 Coupon expires Thursday Oct 19, 4:59PM PDT Steam key If you're not in a hurry we recommend a trick to get bigger price cut on PUBG. Sign up for an account at GMG, register and make sure you opt-in for their email offerings (newsletter). Generally they are sending out UNIQUE coupon codes for subscribers to get discount on PUBG (and other select games) in a 2-4 week cycle. Discounts are as high as 27% off but in general around 20-25% off. Anyways this code works on almost everything on GMG so you can stack discount on a few upcoming titles like Destiny 2...
  4. Wow this might be dead already. YMMV if you can add to cart. Getting reports of not being able to add as recent as 10 mins ago. Might be dead...
  5. Update: OOS! No surprise there. Well, this is a pretty hot deal on a XPS Desktop (looks like Dell is clearing out old inventory). Yeah, it's a pre-built. Yeah, Core i5-6400 (laughs). But a GeForce GTX 1070 8GB equipped machine for $733? That's pretty good. Dell XPS 8910 Tower Special Edition $733.99 Use coupon code 50OFF699 Specs Intel Core i5-6400 (Skylake 2.70Ghz - 3.30Ghz) 8GB DDR4 2133Mhz RAM GeForce GTX 1070 with 8GB GDDR5 DVD-RW Windows 10 1TB 7200rpm HDD 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2
  6. GMG has Steam keys of Shadow of War at a deep discount. No doubt to compete with the steep price cut at grey market sites. Pre-order bonus included, keys are being sent now. USD prices listed below but as far as we know the deal extends to CA/EU as well (with different regional pricing, of course). Middle-earth: Shadow of War (Steam) — $38.24 (list $60) Use code: 15SOW Middle-earth: Shadow of War - Silver Edition (Steam) — $50.99 (list $80) Use code: 15SOW Middle-earth: Shadow of War - Gold Edition(Steam) — $74.99 (list $100) No coupon only 25% off Interestingly, the Gold Edition isn't discounted. The loot crate microtransaction doesn't seem to be a big deal from reading reviews... but eh if you hate the concept we'll suggest avoiding this game.
  7. In a new sale going through August 22 GMG has Final Fantasy Steam keys 50% off. Titles like Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, Final Fantasy IX, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII-3, and more tie their historic lows. Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (Steam) — $15 (list $30) Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster (Steam) — $15 (list $30) Final Fantasy IX (Steam) — $10.50 (list $21) Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Steam) — $10 (list $20) Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII-3 (Steam) — $10 (list $20) Final Fantasy IV (Steam) — $8 (list $16) Final Fantasy VI (Steam) — $8 (list $16) Final Fantasy V (Steam) — $8 (list $16) Final Fantasy XIII (Steam) — $8 (list $16) Final Fantasy III (Steam) — $8 (list $16) Final Fantasy IV: The After Years (Steam) — $8 (list $16) Final Fantasy VIII (Steam) — $6 (list $12) Final Fantasy VII (Steam) — $6 (list $12)
  8. Today Bundle Stars fired up their 2017 Summer Sale. Discounts up to 90% are available on dozens of games with a stacking 10% off coupon code that can be applied at checkout. The result are several new lows on titles like State of Decay: Year One Survival, Company of Heroes 2: Master Collection, Tropico 5: Complete, and more. Some deals are valid for one week and end after August 13, while others will last through August 20. Full breakdown of the sale here otherwise top picks below. Bundle Stars Top Deals: Use Code: SUMMER10 Civilization VI Digital Deluxe (Steam) — $43.19 (list $80) Civilization VI (Steam) — $32.39 (list $60) XCOM 2: Digital Deluxe (Steam) — $24.97 (list $75) XCOM 2 (Steam) — $19.97 (list $60) Quantum Break (Steam) — $17.99 (list $40) The Jackbox Party 3 (Steam) — $11.24 (list $25) Alien: Isolation Collection (Steam) — $10.79 (list $50) Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel (Steam) — $10.07 (list $40) Day of Infamy (Steam) — $9.89 (list $20) Mortal Kombat XL (Steam) — $8.99 (list $40) State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition (Steam) — $8.90 (list $30) Company of Heroes 2: Master Collection (Steam) — $8.63 (list $40) Alien: Isolation (Steam) — $8.63 (list $40) This Is the Police (Steam) — $6.74 (list $15) Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition (Steam) — $5.39 (list $30) Tropico 5: Complete Collection (Steam) — $5.39 (list $40) Alien Isolation: Season Pass (Steam) — $4.31 (list $20) Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor GOTY (Steam) — $3.59 (list $20) Manual Samuel (Steam) — $3.59 (list $10) Train Valley (Steam) — $2.24 (list $10)
  9. Indeed it didn't take long. BeachCamera already killed the deal
  10. Update: BeachCamera killed the instant savings on this deal. It's nowhere near as good as it was. A $244 purchase on Amazon and elsewhere, today this 29-inch LG UltraWide IPS FreeSync Monitor dropped to $181 after a $118 off coupon at BeachCamera. This is anew low by about $48, the previous best price being $230 back in July. LG 29UM59A-P 29-inch UltraWide IPS LED FreeSync Monitor — $181.99 (list $400) Use Code: 731_LG29UM59A
  11. Missed out on the Steam Summer sale? GMG has made their 2017 PC Gaming Summer Sale live. Their main sale consists of about 1,600 titles discounted and they're following the old Steam Summer Sale formula of 12 hour flash deals. The flash sales are the best offers and can use coupon SUMMER2017 to stack for additional savings. Below is the first batch of Summer Sale deals including the cheapest ever Fallout 4 Life is Strange Complete. Use Code: SUMMER2017 Fallout 4 (Steam) — $11.24 (list $30) Kerbal Space Program (Steam) — $15 (list $40) Sid Meier's Civilization V: Complete Edition (Steam) — $9.37 (list $50) 7 Days to Die (Steam) — $7.13 (list $25) Mad Max (Steam) — $6 (list $20) Life is Strange: Complete Season - Episodes 1-5 (Steam) — $3.75 (list $20)
  12. Today Monoprice has their in-house brand monitor down to $250 with free shipping. Historic low by $5 and $50 off their usual $300. Monoprice 27-inch Zero-G 1440p Gaming Monitor — $249.99 (list $300) 2560x1440 144hz FreeSync
  13. Last year's HP Omen 870 Gaming Desktop had its base model spec'd out with a Quad Core i5 processor and GTX 1060 video card for $900. HP currently sells this desktop for $850 but there's a today only sale at Woot slashing the price to $699.99 + $5 shipping. Historic low on this configuration/model by $60. HP Omen 870-120 Desktop Core i5-6400, GeForce GTX 1060, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD— $699.99 (list $900) $5 shipping
  14. Starting today Oculus cut the price on the Rift VR Headset + wireless controllers to $399. This bundle has always run $599, so it's a new low by about $200. Many retailers are carrying this price (including NewEgg mentioned before in hot deals), but the best deal is Best Buy which gets you the bundle + 7 minor games (like Lucky's Tale) and a free copy of Eve Valkyrie, which is a $40 title on Steam. Oculus Rift VR Headset + Wireless Touch Controllers + 7 Free Games + Eve Valkyrie— $399 (list $598)
  15. Why would you buy an RX 570 gaming desktop at Dell for $650? Yeah it is $200 off the $850 list price, and at a historic low. Not bad, but the real reason it's a hot deal is the inflated price of the Radeon RX 570 video cards. While they use to go for about $200 a piece, crytpo mining has driven the price to (no joke) $450 - $500 each. You could probably buy this desktop and sell it off piece by piece on eBay for profit. Dell Inspiron 5675 Desktop AMD Ryzen 5 1400, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, Radeon RX 570 — $649.99 (list $850) Use Code: 50OFF699
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