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#60485 26-Apr-2010 21:20
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hi there
title says it all.
looking for the best offer out there, cheapest on price spy is like $80
hoping someone on GZ has a better deal :D




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  #323264 26-Apr-2010 21:46
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I have a brand new sealed copy bought from overseas. limited edition PC version. $65 incl shipping.




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  #323300 26-Apr-2010 23:12
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There was a guy that made a pricespy type site for game pricing, can't remember the address whatever happened to that.

Edit
http://www.blazingpanther.com/


It doesn't seem to have progressed much and be as smooth as gearbot/pricespy.

 
 
 
 




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  #323803 27-Apr-2010 18:11
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thanks to bill gates, he owns all




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  #324786 29-Apr-2010 15:36
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i have purchased a copy thanks. ebay fails cause of expensive post. copy would probably be fake lolz

thanks anyway

111mbps download? wow u have a nice speed. i get like 1.7mb on steam




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  #324833 29-Apr-2010 17:04
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Lias: http://www.g2play.net/store/Battlefield-Series/

Standard Edition = $37 NZ
Limited Edition = $53 NZ

they use english pounds....




Our price: $52.45
Market price: $91.77 ,
43% save




Our price: $36.93
Market price: $68.93 ,
46% save








in pounds




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  #324938 29-Apr-2010 20:09
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^ it's digital download only. so no physical copy and no second hand resale value




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  #324946 29-Apr-2010 20:18
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billgates ftw




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  #325000 29-Apr-2010 22:12
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b0untypure1:
Lias: http://www.g2play.net/store/Battlefield-Series/

Standard Edition = $37 NZ
Limited Edition = $53 NZ

they use english pounds....

in pounds



The currency changes based on your IP.. Prices i quoted were in NZD. It's a polish grey market website I believe, but seems reliable for steam/EADM keys.




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  #325002 29-Apr-2010 22:13
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Oh and as for no resale value, PC versions are locked to an email / EA account, and dont really have any resale value anyways, unless you create a throw away email and EA account just for this game.

Plus this is about 1/3 of the retail cost of any physical copy in NZ, so do you really care about resale value at that price?




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  #325024 29-Apr-2010 23:08
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Lias:
b0untypure1:
Lias: http://www.g2play.net/store/Battlefield-Series/

Standard Edition = $37 NZ
Limited Edition = $53 NZ

they use english pounds....

in pounds



The currency changes based on your IP.. Prices i quoted were in NZD. It's a polish grey market website I believe, but seems reliable for steam/EADM keys.


mine is still way better deal. For $65 I will ship limited editon version of the game. The link states $53 for limited ed. For extra $12, you get a physical copy, courier fees incl and not to mention you save on bandwidth downloading the game. I thnik all that for exrta $12 is worth it.

and yes you are correct about the BC2 account linked to a particual email addy in which case the only suggestion would be to use a throw away email addy to sell it later.




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  #325032 29-Apr-2010 23:26
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c71931f:

Wink i could have got 2 x limited edition's for around $23 AUD + postage which i think was $15AUD in total..


damn good deal...where abouts from? ebay? which seller?




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