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EA Store Deal: New Games Added For £5 Each

Emma Kelly
Battlefield, Command & Conquer, Crysis, Madden, Medal Of Honor, Need for Speed, PC games, The Godfather, The Sims
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EA Store Deal: New Games Added For £5 Each

From our post a few weeks ago about some great deals at the EA store, EA dropped us a line to let us know that they have added some more classic titles to their sale. All of these titles are only £5, and you can purchase online, and download immediately. But remember, adding the voucher code VoucherCodes.com25% will get you each title for only £3.74 each!

Click here to shop online @ The EA store

Here are the new additions and some relative price comparisons:

  • Crysis Warhead (£14.91 @ Asda)
  • Black & White 2 Battle of the Gods (£6.43 @ TheHut)
  • Battlefield 2142 Deluxe (£7.99 @ Gameplay)
  • Medal of Honor Airborne (£6.46 @ Coolshop)
  • The Sims 2 Deluxe (NOT double deluxe)
  • Madden NFL 08 (£28.98 @ Amazon)
  • The Godfather 2 (£8.99 @ Coolshop)
  • C&C 3 Kane’s Wrath
  • Need for Speed Carbon (£7.89 @ Amazon)

EA Store Deal: New Games Added For £5 Each
As you can see, there are a few deals that are significantly lower priced than their boxed counterparts from UK retailers! £3.74 is an excellent price for some of these classic titles.

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Add a comment5 comments
bob  Oct. 28, 2009 at 18:30

Aren't these the ones that have been at this price for at least several weeks now?

Emma Kelly  Oct. 28, 2009 at 20:52

No bob, as far as I know they changed the list yesterday.

EndlessWaves  Oct. 29, 2009 at 22:55

Does the VoucherCodes.com25% voucher work multiple times or just once?

Emma Kelly  Oct. 29, 2009 at 23:06

It could be once per account, I am not sure as I have not used it myself.

Anyone know?

If you have already used it and it will not work again, perhaps if your partner or someone else in your household has an account?

EndlessWaves  Oct. 30, 2009 at 17:40

I want to use it for the Dragon Age pre-order deal (once I get a reply back from EA Support on a particular aspect of the EA Store system), and I don't want to find out that using it for this bumps my pre-order up in price by £10.

If nobody can answer I'll just wait until DA comes out next friday and then buy the games I'm interested in if they're still on offer.


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