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Topic # 146726 27-May-2014 13:10
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Was wondering if people knew of good sites to get PC games cheap.  Personally I like games that redeem to steam, so its all in one place etc.

I use the following
steampowered.com
cheapshark.com
gamersgate.com
greenmangaming.com
kinguin.net
gog.com
- amazon.com
humblebundle.com

kinguin is pretty cool, I've gotten some cheap games from there with instant delivery. completely avoid any russian keys (bought deadpool russia key as i couldnt get it anywhere else - this requires vpn to play)



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  Reply # 1054302 27-May-2014 13:23
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I tend to visit r/gamedeals every day and see what's on sale. Generally, if there's a good deal somewhere it'll be posted there.

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  Reply # 1055735 29-May-2014 10:43
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 I have bought most my recent games from http://www.getgamesgo.com/.

Their pricing is very competitive - often under-cutting Greenman - and they offer Steam keys wherever possible.




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  Reply # 1055736 29-May-2014 10:45
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origin have Battlefield 3 for free currently.

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  Reply # 1056120 29-May-2014 17:57
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GOG.com for older games, usually have specials every weekend and big sales every few months (just be careful with their downloader app)

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