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September 25

GameFly Digital: Download Battlefield 4 Only $12.74 (was $29.99) with Coupon Code

Posted by on September 25, 2014 at 9:00 PM

GameFly Digital: Download Battlefield 4 Only $12.74 (was $29.99) with Coupon Code

Greetings fellow gamers! Are you looking for a great deal on a newer game? Currently, the digital download of Battlefield 4 is on sale at GameFly for 50% off the original price of $29.99. However, when you use the following coupon code, you can get an extra 15% off the game bringing it down to just $12.74 USD.

Click here to download Battlefield 4 @ Gamefly Digital now

  • Coupon Code: SEP15OFF
  • Discount: 15% off games
  • Expiry: Unknown

This title installs and requires EA Origin to play.

I cannot price compare the download with Steam, as Steam frankly does not have the game. However, price comparisons are always a tricky thing when you are comparing across platforms. If you want to price compare to the console version, a quick rundown on Amazon will show you the general going price:

  • Battlefield 4 – PlayStation 4 – $47.32
  • Battlefield 4 – Xbox One – $29.94
  • Battlefield 4 – Xbox 360 – $16.11
  • Battlefield 4 – PlayStation 3 – $14.94

Compared to the current console prices (top two), this is a very good price and it is a fair price compared to older consoles.

Note: a PlayStation Plus subscription will be required to play PlayStation 4 titles online. As online play is at the heart and soul of Battlefield 4, consider than an extra $50 out of your pocket a year that console players have to pay – and not PC gamers. Of course, anyone using an Xbox is well aware of the extra yearly fees. Thus, your best bet is to either buy the PC version and rock out while playing with your friends online or stick with the PS3 version (if you have a PS3), which does not charge for online gaming – yet. With the PC version you pay a one-time fee (for the game), and do not have ongoing costs associated with a game you have already paid for.

If you are having flashbacks to the release of Battlefield, have no fear as this reviewer says:

The game had a few hiccups at launch but things have now been resolved and the game is an amazing experience.

The awesomeness of Battlefield is generally agreed upon. It is the ultimate war game as you exert your influence upon your environment and lay siege from land, air, or water by means of great firepower. The visuals are striking and the audio is incredible. If you love war games, this game will not disappoint. At this price, it is certainly worth picking up.

For the coupon above and any future Gamefly coupon codes we may find, visit the forum.

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February 25

GameFly: Free Copy of Spec Ops: The Line when you Buy a 2k Game at up to 75% off!

Posted by on February 25, 2014 at 8:30 PM

GameFly: Free Copy of Spec Ops: The Line when you Buy a 2k Game at up to 75% off!

A free game for buying cheap games! Check it out at GameFly!

Spec Ops: The Line was a pretty big deal when it came out in mid-2012 just because it was the first entry in the Spec Ops series in a decade. Spec Ops went nuts for about four years, releasing ten games for PC and console then, suddenly, they were gone.

Well, it game back in a big way with Spec Ops: The Line. I never played it but I heard the story mode was amazing. The online multiplayer was a little ho-hum it seems but personally, I’m okay with that.

All you need to do is buy one of the games in GameFly’s 2K games sale. You could pick up one of the newer, bigger games like XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Civilization V. Borderlands 2 or BioShock infinite, all of which are between 50% and 75% off and priced under $10. Alternately you could pick up an old copy of Civ 3 or X-Com for $1.25 That’s an especially good deal when you realize that Spec Ops: The Line is still selling for $29.99!

That’s right, a $1.25 purchase can get you a $29.99 game! Pretty sweet, huh?

The games are all PC Digital Downloads so there is no shipping.

(Expires: Unknown, end of the week)

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February 9

Gamefly Coupon: Save 20% on All Digital Downloads

Posted by on February 9, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Gamefly Coupon: Save 20% on All Digital Downloads

Celebrating Single Awareness Day on February 14th 2014? Although our Valentine’s Day gift ideas may not be for you (well, except for that awesome Wayspa deal perhaps), I did find something else to occupy your time: 20% off all digital downloads at GameFly!

Get your gaming on @ now

  • Coupon Code: FEB20OFF
  • Discount: 20% off all digital downloads
  • Expiry: 28th February 2014

A couple of days ago, Shawn wrote about a promotion at GameFly for up to 75% off the Battlefield titles and while this is still a special you can most certainly still take advantage of, if you’re not much into combat games, then make sure to use the above code instead on any other game!

Although it’s been on my “must play” list for a while now, a game that I have yet to play is The Elder Scrolls and if you haven’t either and are looking for a game to fully immerse yourself into, then that’s definitely a really good choice. Do keep in mind that this is one of those highly addictive games and while it might take some getting used to, once you’re in it, you will then be breathing and living this open world fantasy game as if the medieval times had suddenly taken over 2014. With the GamyFly coupon, it can be yours for just $48 (reg. $59.99).

If puzzle games are more your style, then perhaps Critical Mass may be more up your alley as its a strategy game that is crafted within a 3D world. At $1.59 (reg. $1.99) with the discount, you definitely don’t have much to lose!

In any case, those two games are just the tip of the iceberg as to what you could play because GameFly has countless of games available in categories such as : action/ adventure, arcade/ puzzle, family/ party, indie, racing, RPG, sports and strategy/ sim. In fact, I triple dog dare you to not find a game to get lost into!

As usual, this code can also be found on our GameFly coupons page for greater accessibility.

Is there a game you have been wanting to play for a while? Which one is it?

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February 8

Weekly Coupon Codes Roundup: Free Shipping, $10 Off Flowers, Save 20% & More

Posted by on February 8, 2014 at 6:00 PM

Weekly Coupon Codes Roundup: Free Shipping, $10 Off Flowers, Save 20% & More


I can’t believe that Valentine’s Day is just a few short days away and like I suspected last week, we are getting a lot of coupons to celebrate.  Along with all the regular coupons companies put out each week, they are putting out special Valentine’s Day ones and even Olympic coupons for us to take advantage of.

Here are a few of the coupons you will see this week:

These are just a few of the great coupons you will find this week.  All of these coupons plus many more will be listed up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum. We have also started putting up some great sale on the forum and many of them are Valentine’s Day ones so make sure to check those out as well.

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February 7

GameFly: Get Up to 75% Off Battlefield Games Including 33% Off Battlefield 4

Posted by on February 7, 2014 at 6:00 PM

GameFly: Get Up to 75% Off Battlefield Games Including 33% Off Battlefield 4

Head on over to GameFly to get up to 75% off one of the hottest FPS’ going!

There are two big FPS’ right out there in the public’s eye. Call of Duty and Battlefield. Specifically CoD: Ghosts and BF4. I don’t play a lot of First Person Shooters and when I do, I pretty much never ever play online. I played a bit of America’s Army online and did some MoH: AA: SH on LAN but not much other than that. So for my FPS info I talk to my buddy Joel. He plays them all and he plays them a lot. I’ve been reliably informed that CoD is fine offline but the online experience is a mess. If you’re looking at playing online, you need to check out BF4.

Even for offline playing it seems like BF4 has done some stuff to differentiate itself from the rest. Lack of innovation is the deathknell of any game series but it’s particularly bad for first person shooters. There is only so many times you can play an FPS based in WW2. That’s why you don’t see many WW2 based video games anymore. they’re still around but you don’t see as many and not nearly as many big name companies making them.

The big dog here is Battlefield 4 for $39.99 (Was $59.99, Save $50) but they have a lot of other great games available including Battlefield Bad Company 2: Ultimate Digital Collection for $7.49 (Was $29.99, Save $22.50) which was suppose to be really great.

(Expires: 11th February 2014, 6:00AM ET)

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January 29

GameFly: Up to 75% off Ubisoft Games Including 50% off Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag

Posted by on January 29, 2014 at 8:30 PM

GameFly: Up to 75% off Ubisoft Games Including 50% off Assassins Creed 4: Black Flag

RayMan, Far Cry, Assassin’s Creed, Anno and Rocksmith for up to 75% off from GameFly!

Ubisoft really is one of the premiere game makers of our day but I feel somehow that they don’t get the credit as a company. Maybe it’s just me or my circle of people but it seems like everyone knows EA for their games, everyone knows SquareEnix for all their games but when you think Ubisoft you might just think of one specific series. When I think of Ubisoft, I think of Assassin’s Creed. But they have so many other games! Some of the great ones are on sale right now at GameFly:

Everyone knows (and most people love) Assassin’s Creed, FarCry and RayMan. The are great series that are established. I think the outliers here, Anno and Rocksmith, deserve your attention too, though. Anno is like a futuristic ecodystopian Civilization/SimCity mash up. Besides some fairly heavy propaganda, it looks and sounds like an awesome game and, although I’ve never played it, it’s definitely on my list. The other game kind of is but isn’t a game. Rocksmith basically lets you plug a guitar in to your computer and learn to play guitar. You can also learn bass. It’s like a real life Guitar Hero!

These are all PC digital downloads so there is no shipping. Prices are in USD.

(Expires: Unknown, 31st January 2014 or 2nd February 2014)

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January 21

GameFly Promo Code: 25% off Pre-Order of Thief (PC)

Posted by on January 21, 2014 at 12:30 PM

GameFly Promo Code: 25% off Pre Order of Thief (PC)

Save 25% on the pre-order of Thief for you PC from GameFly!

Click here to pre-order Thief @

  • Coupon Code: GFDJAN25
  • Discount: 25% off Thief
  • Expiry: Unknown (Maybe 25th January 2014)

Thief is a great series but it’s getting a bit old. As seems to be the norm with anything that’s a bit older nowadays (I’m looking at you, terrible movie remakes) it’s being rebooted/remade/relaunched – whatever. Some of them are good (New Batman Series, Tomb Raider) and some are junk. It isn’t out yet so I haven’t played it but it seems like it’s gonna be a pretty great game and I think I might actually pick it up for the PS4.

Of course you PC people get all the good deals. Thief is normally $49.99 but is already discounted to $44.99 at GameFly.  On top of that, if you use this coupon code, you get it for $33.74. Of course it’s a pre-order since the game doesn’t come out until 25th February 2014. You’ll have it ready to go on your PC as soon as it launches! And of course no shipping as it is a PC download.

For more deals check out our GameFly Coupon Code page!

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January 2

GameFly: Save up to 75% on Bethesda PC Games – Skyrim, DOOM, Quake, Wolfenstein

Posted by on January 2, 2014 at 9:45 AM

GameFly: Save up to 75% on Bethesda PC Games   Skyrim, DOOM, Quake, Wolfenstein

Get some awesome Bethesda games for up to 75% off at GameFly!

When people nowadays think about Bethesda, they think of Skyrim. Maybe Dishonored, Fallout: New Vegas and Oblivion. But what about some of the classics? Doom. Wolfenstein. Quake. Yeah, that’s right, those are Bethesda games now!

ZeniMax (who owns Bethesda) picked up id Games a few years back: id Games, who created Doom, Wolfenstein and Quake. I’m almost more excited about those games than I am the new ones. That’s probably just showing my age but whatever, they were amazing games back then and they still are!

I remember when I first got Doom, I didn’t even know how to launch it. I had to call a friend and ask him how. I think I ended up having to launch it from a command prompt  I either downloaded Doom on a 56K modem from way before they were a C|Net property or someone gave it to me on a diskette. I can’t remember for sure but I do remember how awesome I thought the game was. It defined the whole FPS genre and now you can get a bunch of great doom games, including the latest, Doom 3, for less than $5 each!

These are all PC downloads so there is no shipping.

(Expires: 5th January 2014 or 3rd January 2014)

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December 11

GameFly: Build your own PC Bundle from EA, 2K, Ubisoft, SquareEnix or Valve – 2 Games/$15 – 3 Games/$17 – 5 Games/$20

Posted by on December 11, 2013 at 5:30 PM

GameFly: Build your own PC Bundle from EA, 2K, Ubisoft, SquareEnix or Valve   2 Games/$15   3 Games/$17   5 Games/$20

It’s BYOB without the booze but with tons of awesome video game bundles! Also, the first be stands for Build. That was a stupid acronym to use. Sorry.

This is a pretty cool deal if you’re looking to fill up your back catalogue. This deal, understandably, isn’t going to include and of the newest games like Grand Theft Auto V. Of course that could be because GTA V isn’t available on PC yet but even if it was out, it probably wouldn’t be there. Regardless, there are a ton of awesome games available in this sale and the deals are great. The only thing to keep in mind is that you have to stay within the brand. So if you want GTA IV, you need to get two, three or four more games from Rockstar. If you want Assassin’s Creed iii, you need to fill up on Ubisoft games. Hitman: Absolution? You got it, you need to fill up on SquareEnix games.

The savings are going to be varied. If you get FrontMission: Evolved, it’s a $10 game. You’ll be getting it for $5, $4.25 or $4, depending on what package you pick. Battlefield 4 is $19.99 so the savings are a little better. What I would suggest is that you completely ignore the prices and just get the games you want. You’re getting a good deal no matter what you get.

These are PC downloads so there is no shipping.

Who is your Santa Clause? SquareEnix, Ubisoft, 2K, EA or Valve. Let me know in the comments below!

(Expires: Unknown)

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September 30

GameFly: Up to 75% off Codemasters Games + a Free Game!

Posted by on September 30, 2013 at 11:00 PM

GameFly: Up to 75% off Codemasters Games + a Free Game!

Get some of the best racing games around for up to 75% off and a free game from Codemasters and GameFly.

Now before some huge fan of Clive Barker’s Jericho or Damnation gets all upset, I know that Codemasters doesn’t only make racing games. It’s just that they are better known for their racing games. Right now you can get their racing games OR their other non-racing games for up to 75% off as digital download on your PC. Here are a few:

  • GRID 2 – Was $49.99 – Save $16.50 – Now $33.49
  • F1 2012 – Was $39.99 – Save $26.40 – Now $13.59
  • DIRT3 – Was $24.99 – Save $16.50- Now $8.49
  • Overlord – Was $4.99 – Save $3.30 – Now $1.69

And on top of that you get Codemasters’ Fuel for free! It’s an older game but free is free and it’s still fun. Definitely a good day if you’re a racing (or other) game fan!

(Expiry: Unknown)

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September 6

GameFly: Up To 75% Off PC RPGs

Posted by on September 6, 2013 at 9:30 PM

GameFly: Up To 75% Off PC RPGs

Tired of BOOM HEADSHOT!? Try some awesome RPGs for up to 75% off from GameFly.

By BOOM HEADSHOT, I of course mean FPS’. It seems like most of the big games for PC are first person shooters. FPS’ aren’t the only thing to do on a PC, though. There are my personal favourite genre, RPGs. I love RPGs. You can sink hours into developing your character into the perfect fighter, healer or mage, or whatever you want. You can burn through the main part of the game or you can branch out and do some of the side quests. Maybe you want to go all out and get every item, every side quest, every weapon. You can play the game your way. It’s the freedom to immerse yourself however deeply you want to in the game.

There are fifteen games available in this sale. Here are a few that I’m familiar with:

Those are just the three that I’m familiar with. Each of those games will not let you down and are awesome buys at these prices. Actually, they are awesome buys at their non-sale. There are other games for sale, including RAW and games from the Gothic and Arcani series.

These are PC digital downloads, so there is no shipping.

(Expires: 10th September 2013)

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August 11

GameFly: Up To 75% Off SquareEnix PC Games

Posted by on August 11, 2013 at 6:00 PM

GameFly: Up To 75% Off SquareEnix PC Games

SquareEnix games are up to 75% off right now at GameFly!

This is the second place with a SquareEnix sale in the past little while, so I’m wondering if good ol’ Squeeeeeenix is paying some people to build up hype. It makes sense, though. They have a couple Final Fantasy releases coming out soon, a Dragon Quest title, and of course the Call of Duty: Ghosts launch later this year. It seems a bit early to be promoting anything except FFXIV: A Realm Reborn, but there aren’t any FF games on sale here, so I don’t know what’s going on.

Any-who, there are 39 PC games available here from series like Deux Ex, Tomb Raider and Hitman. I suppose it could be a push for 2014’s Thief, since they are selling the third in the series, Thief: Deadly Shadows (Was $8.99 – Save $5.40 – Now $3.59). I’ve never played the Thief games, but I remember Deadly Shadows was highly anticipated and it has pretty good reviews. It’s always surprising to me when I look at a list of Square Enix properties because I’m such a jRPG guy. I’m used to Square Enix being Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, and that’s it. They have a lot of other games in their stable, especially with their acquisitions of Eidos and Taito.

What’s your favourite SquareEnix title? Let me know in the comments below!

(Expires: 13th August 2013, 1:00PM ET)

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July 15

GameFly: 50% Off 6 Awesome EA Games

Posted by on July 15, 2013 at 9:00 PM

GameFly: 50% Off 6 Awesome EA Games

Get 50% off digital downloads on some or all of these awesome downloadable EA PC Titles!

Does it seem like we just had an EA-GameFly deal? Well, that’s because we just did have an EA-GameFly sale. This past weekend there were sales on bundles, and this week there is a sale on six individual games. These are the games:

Another great something-for-everyone sale: my favourite kind of sale. This one even had a sports game and a car/racing game in it. I think FIFA Soccer 13 is a good buy for someone who isn’t into sports games. It’s so cheap because FIFA Soccer 14 is coming out in a couple of months. I haven’t played a sports game since NHL Stanley Cup on my SNES almost two decades ago, so this could be a good way to get back in to the world of sports video games without having to invest much.

If you really aren’t into the sports thing there are other games here too.

(Expires: 19th July 2013)

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July 12

GameFly: Up To 75% Off AWESOME EA Game Bundles – Mass Effect, Dragon Age & More

Posted by on July 12, 2013 at 8:30 PM

GameFly: Up To 75% Off AWESOME EA Game Bundles   Mass Effect, Dragon Age & More

Like them or loathe them, EA is a juggernaut of good games and you can get some of their best franchises for up to 75% off at GameFly!

There are five great bundles available here:

For me, the Kingdoms of Amalur Complete Bundle stuck out because I had never heard of it. Actually, that’s probably not true. I’m fairly confident I’ve heard of it, but compared to big name titles like Crysis and Mass Effect, it seemed like it was overshadowed. Then I clicked on it and read this:

The minds of New York Times bestselling author R.A. Salvatore, Spawn creator Todd McFarlane, and Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion lead designer Ken Rolston have combined to create Kingdoms of Amalur.

How cool is that?!

Even if that doesn’t make you as happy as it makes me, there are a bunch of other great games available. Mass Effect 3 was voted Game of the Year and Best RPG by a ton of publications and was consistently voted 95% or above with few exceptions. And of course, the other three series are awesome too.

There is, of course, no shipping as these are digital downloads from EA Origin.

(Image credit: Antonio Fucito)

(Expires: 16th July 2013, 7:ooAM ET)

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June 29

GameFly: 66% off Assassin’s Creed III + Other Ubisoft Games! (PC)

Posted by on June 29, 2013 at 7:30 PM

GameFly: 66% off Assassins Creed III + Other Ubisoft Games! (PC)

Assassin’s Creed is one of the most critically acclaimed video game series ever created and you can have its latest iteration for less than $14 from GameFly!

The game is normally $39.99 but you get it for only $13.59. That’s $26.40 off!

I love Assassin’s Creed. It’s one of my favourites and, for me, is in the same league as Final Fantasy and Metal Gear Solid. But even after all that praise I must ashamedly admit that I still haven’t played Assassin’s Creed iii. Actually, I’m right at the end of Assassin’s Creed: Revelations and I want to finish that before I get Assassin’s Creed III. And of course Assassin’s Creed IV is coming out in later this year. I’m hopefully going to have a PS4 for Christmas and I have to imagine the PS4 version will be coming out around then.

This, of course, is the PC version of the game and it isn’t the only game available. There are a bunch of other Ubisoft PC games available so make sure you check those out too!

These are all PC downloads so there is no shipping.

(Expires: 2nd June 2013, 7:00AM ET)

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