Deals & Steals

Deals & Steals
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#82

I haven’t used it for more than the free shipping, since I don’t really have anything to stream on and haven’t paid too much attention to the other features, but free shipping plus game discounts might be too good to pass up.


#83

I also mostly use it for the free 2-day shipping. That alone has made me lazy enough to actually order groceries through Amazon. This is definitely a bonus.


#84

Dude, what’s that like? I really considered ordering groceries but didnt and now I’m one more rainstorm away from considering it again. We also have 1 hour amazon delivery but probably not for groceries. Safeway has a $50 minimum, which is fine, but also fees and shit.


#85

Sorry, when I say “groceries” I mean like general non-perishables, like ramen or cereal. The Lincoln area doesn’t have access to the actual grocery program Amazon has.


#86

Not even corn?

Looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool


#87

#88

I don’t like sand. It’s coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere.


#89

#90

I was about to cry foul since that wasn’t a gif…

…until that creepy ass smirk reared it’s ugly head.


#91

They opened Amazon Now this summer in my area and you can actually pre-order games using it and some fool will deliver your game between 12am and 2am.

We’re supposed to have the full out Amazon Grocery soon. I may never leave the house when that happens.


#92

[quote=“MrBimble, post:91, topic:415, full:true”]
…some fool will deliver your game between 12am and 2am.[/quote]

Tell him to bring a pizza and some sodas, too.


#93

After looking more in to this, I might end up still keeping my BB Gamer’s Club thingy. This only offers the 20% discount from pre-order until two weeks after launch, and it doesn’t stack on any existing offers. You can get some CRAZY deals at BB since the 20% is applied to every game, and it stacks with other offers, such as B2G1. You also can get the membership for super cheap if you keep your eyes open. I think I am paying about $10 a year right now, if that. Just too much money saved, as much as I hate dealing with their customer service.


#94

Also, Reward Zone Coupons.


#95

$40


#96

$20.


#97

http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/Product/The-Witcher-2-Assassins-of-Kings/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d80257520824?noSplash=1

Witcher 2 is free right now for Xbox 360. Nobody seems to know why yet, but it doesn’t hurt to queue it up while it lasts. It appeared to work for me.


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#98

If you haven’t bought Arkham Knight yet and are interested, pretty hard to beat $15:

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/batman-arkham-knight-playstation-4/4890006.p?id=1219104954507&skuId=4890006

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/batman-arkham-knight-xbox-one/4886019.p?id=1219104954710&skuId=4886019


#99

PS Flash Sale:

PlayStation 4 Games
•Aces of the Luftwaffe – $2.00
•AeternoBlade – $6.00
•Awesomenauts Assemble! – $2.50
•Back to Bed (cross-buy) – $6.00
•Badland: Game of the Year Edition (cross-buy) – $4.80
•Bastion (cross-buy) – $3.75
•Beach Buggy Racing – $4.00
•Cel Damage HD (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Commander Cherry for PlayStation Camera – $5.60
•Cosmophony (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Costume Quest 2 – $3.75
•Crimsonland (cross-buy) – $2.80
•DiveKick – $1.25
•Doki-Doki Universe (cross-buy) – $6.00
•Don’t Starve: Console Edition – $3.75
•Dragon Fin Soup (cross-buy) – $8.00
•Dreamals – $1.25
•Dust: An Elysian Tail – $3.75
•Dynamite Fishing: World Games – $2.00
•Escape Plan (cross-buy) – $2.25
•Fat Princess Adventures – $10.00
•Fibbage – $1.75
•Flower (cross-buy) – $1.05
•Forced: Slightly Better Edition – $6.00
•Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition – $3.00
•Hand of Fate – $6.00
•Hohokum (cross-buy) – $3.00
•Hotline Miami (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Hyper Void (cross-buy) – $4.00
•KillAllZombies – $3.50
•Limbo – $3.00
•Mega Coin Squad – $6.00
•Organ Trail Complete Edition (cross-buy) – $4.00
•Outlast – $4.00
•Pure Chess – $2.40
•Pure Pool – $8.00
•Race the Sun (cross-buy) – $2.50
•Rack n Ruin – $2.50
•Retro City Rampage DX (cross-buy) – $2.50
•Riptide GP2 – $2.80
•Rogue Legacy (cross-buy) – $4.25
•Skullgirls 2nd Encore – $10.00
•Skyscrappers – $6.00
•Slender: The Arrival – $3.00
•Sound Shapes (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Sparkle 2 – $1.60
•Sparkle Unleashed – $3.20
•Stick it to the Man – $5.00
•Surgeon Simulator Anniversary Edition – $3.20
•Tennis in the Face – $1.25
•Terraria – $5.00
•Teslagrad – $4.50
•The Golf Club – $7.50
•The Unfinished Swan – $3.00
•The Vanishing of Ethan Carter – $8.00
•Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition – $2.00
•Tiny Brains – $2.00
•Transistor – $5.00
•Velocity 2X (cross-buy) – $5.00
•Whispering Willows (cross-buy) – $5.00

PlayStation 3 Games
•Atomic Ninjas: Complete Edition – $2.00
•Back to Bed (cross-buy) – $6.00
•Badland: Game of the Year Edition (cross-buy) – $4.80
•Cel Damage HD (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Contrast – $3.00
•Cosmophony (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Costume Quest 2 – $3.75
•Crimsonland (cross-buy) – $2.80
•Dead Nation – $3.20
•Doki-Doki Universe (cross-buy) – $6.00
•Don’t Starve: Giant Edition – $3.75
•Dragon Fin Soup (cross-buy) – $8.00
•Dungeon Defenders – $2.25
•Eiyuu Senki: The World Conquest – $16.00
•Fat Princess – $2.25
•Fibbage – $1.25
•Flower (cross-buy) – $1.05
•Guacamelee! Bundle Fantastico (PS3 + PS Vita) – $8.00
•Hohokum (cross-buy) – $3.00
•Hotline Miami (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Hustle Kings – $4.00
•Hyper Void (cross-buy) – $4.00
•Jet Car Stunts (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Knytt Underground – $2.00
•Limbo – $2.00
•Luftrausers (cross-buy) – $2.50
•Pure Chess Complete Bundle – $3.75
•Race the Sun (cross-buy) – $2.50
•Rainbow Moon – $2.25
•Retro City Rampage DX (cross-buy) – $2.50
•Rogue Legacy (cross-buy) – $4.25
•Sound Shapes (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Sparkle 2 – $1.60
•Sparkle Unleashed – $3.20
•Steins;Gate – $16.00
•Stick it to the Man (cross-buy) – $3.25
•Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars – $1.20
•Tennis in the Face – $1.50
•Teslagrad – $4.50
•The Unfinished Swan – $3.00
•Tokyo Jungle – $6.00
•Trine 2 – $3.00
•Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge (Mini) – $2.00

PlayStation Vita Games
•2013: Infected Wars – $1.50
•Actual Sunlight – $2.00
•Aeternoblade – $4.50
•A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks! (Mini) – $0.80
•Atomic Ninjas – $2.50
•Back to Bed (cross-buy) – $6.00
•Badland: Game of the Year Edition (cross-buy) – $4.80
•Bashi Blocks (Mini) – $1.00
•Bastion (cross-buy) – $3.75
•Big Sky Infinity – $2.00
•Bloxiq – $3.00
•Cel Damage HD (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Cosmophony (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Crimsonland (cross-buy) – $2.80
•Dead Nation – $3.20
•DiveKick – $1.25
•DJMax Portable 3 (PSP) – $20.00
•Doki-Doki Universe (cross-buy) – $6.00
•Don’t Starve: Giant Edition – $3.75
•Dragon Fin Soup (cross-buy) – $8.00
•Dragon’s Crown – $15.00
•Escape Plan (cross-buy) – $2.25
•Flower (cross-buy) – $1.05
•Foosball 2012 – $2.00
•Guacamelee! Bundle Fantastico (PS3 + PS Vita) – $8.00
•Heroes of Loot – $1.20
•Hohokum (cross-buy) – $3.00
•Hotline Miami (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Hustle Kings – $4.00
•Indoor Sports World – $2.50
•Jet Car Stunts (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Knytt Underground – $2.00
•Limbo – $2.00
•Luftrausers (cross-buy) – $2.50
•Men’s Room Mayhem – $0.80
•NekoBuro: Cats Block – $1.60
•Nun Attack – $1.20
•Organ Trail Complete Edition (cross-buy) – $4.00
•Pure Chess Complete Bundle – $3.75
•Race the Sun (cross-buy) – $2.50
•Rainbow Moon – $3.00
•Retro City Rampage DX (cross-buy) – $2.50
•Rogue Legacy (cross-buy) – $4.25
•Sound Shapes (cross-buy) – $2.00
•Sparkle 2 – $1.60
•Sparkle Unleashed – $3.20
•Squares – $2.00
•Steins;Gate – $16.00
•Stick it to the Man (cross-buy) – $3.25
•Super Blackout – $2.00
•Table Top Racing – $1.20
•Tennis in the Face – $1.50
•Terraria – $3.00
•Teslagrad – $4.50
•The Unfinished Swan – $3.00
•Velocity 2X (cross-buy) – $5.00
•Widget’s Odyssey (Mini) – $0.80
•Widget’s Odyssey 2 (Mini) – $0.80
•Whispering Willows (cross-buy) – $5.00
•Young Thor (Mini) – $1.00
•Zombie Tycoon (Mini) – $1.00
•Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge (Mini) – $2.00


#100

How did you list all of those games without highlighting that?

Worth it?

EDIT: Too late, already bought both.


#101

How did I do what now?

And, yuuuuuuuuuuuuuup. Worth it at those prices.