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DiRT 4 at a discount

Discussion in 'DiRT 4' started by Akra, Jun 1, 2017.

  1. Akra

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  2. Ross Garland

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    You can also get it at that price on certain other websites that specialise in selling CD keys. ;)
     
  3. Andy Jackson

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    It'll be as cheap as that on Steam within a couple of months anyway.
     
  4. RaceWasGood

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    Is that reseller in the first post reliable? I mean it seems they have a good reputation on ebay, but has anyone here actually bought (and received ;)) stuff?
     
  5. Akra

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    Yeah. I bought it from them. Arrived 6 hours after release. Working in Steam.
     
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  6. whip

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    yeah no way im paying £45 for a console port
     
  7. robnitro

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    Yeah it's ridiculous. Consoles have big license fees, and pc pretty much none, yet they try and shove the same price down our throats.
    I got it for $35 at cdkeys a few days before release.
     
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  8. AntoN_CheZ

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    I just bought another copy (I refunded my pre-purchase copy after 100 minutes and the uproar). I've had some more time with the title since then and think as a racing fan you definitely need to have this. Originally I paid $80 AUD for my copy, I think the $50 AUD i just paid is a little more representative of what I actually received in the final product.