Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel All Set with Pre-Order Deal
Rather than just go full on Borderlands 3, 2K decided to take the franchise into an uncharted “Pre-Sequel” territory in between the original Borderlands and Borderlands 2. The October 14th release date is still a little ways off, but if you know you’re going to pre-order the game, today you can do so at a discount. GameFly just began taking pre-orders, and 20% off coupon code JUL20OFF shoots the $59.99 list price down to $47.99. It’s the only known discount for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel thus far.
Hot Pre-order Deals
Releases October 14: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel — $47.99
GameFly’s 20% off coupon code JUL20OFF is only good during the month of July, ending August 1st a 12:01am Pacific.
- The Sims 4 Limited Edition — $47.99 (normally $60)
- Dragon Age: Inquisition — $47.99 (normally $60)
- Risen 3: Titan Lords — $39.99 (normally $50)
- Sacred 3 — $39.99 (normally $50)
- Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor — $39.99 (normally $50)
PC Gaming Deals
Digital Tribe Bundle — $4.99
In other digital gaming news, Digital Tribe Games are on the cheap at Green Man Gaming. Five games, including the December 2013 released Dementium II HD (which sells for $14.99 elsewhere) are bundled for the price of a footlong sub. If you bought each separately at full price, they’d add up to $43.
- Codemasters Bundle — $4.99 (normally $65)
- Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Gold Edition — $29.99 (normally $50)
- Diablo 3 — $19.99 (normally $30)
- Rayman Legends — $9.99 (normally $40)
- Mass Effect Trilogy — $9.98 (normally $30)
- Rise of Venice — $8 (normally $40)
- Star Wars Jedi Knight II : Jedi Outcast — $3.39 (normally $10)
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- MSI R9 270X 2GB GDDR5 GPU + 2 Free Games — $159.99
- Western Digital 1TB Internal Hard Drive — $59.99
- Turtle Beach Xbox 360 Ear Force XL1 Gaming Headset — $18.99
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