One of the most anticipated games of the year is set to change gaming early again. Today you can pre-order Halo: Reach for only $44.99 with free shipping
Great deal! (Lol at GunShotEddy for saying it is affiliate links...*sigh*)
It is such a great deal! and sadly, I agree...GunShotEddy should have reporting rights removed.
I know if you preorder from Gamestop's website, you get a $20 gift card. That's what I'm doing.
Awesome deal. I'm pre-ordering the legendary edition for my birthday though XD
You get 20 bucks with Amazon, but who knows when they'll ship it. With newegg, everything I order with them, I get in 3 days flat.
Free release date delivery from Amazon for me. I love Newegg, & build my PCs ordering almost exclusively from them, but the Amazon credits are killer. I typically pay $35-40 bucks for new PC game that retails for $50, & $45-50 for console games that retail for $60. I just string the games that have credits together.
Sweet, good thing i waited on buying this :D
Must be nice, I might have to cancel my pre-order now...thanks for the linkage!
Great deal if I don't say so myself.
i am getting it....halo reach is going to be amazing.
wow thats pretty a good deal
Amazon gives you $20 video game credit with free shipping: http://www.amazon.com/Halo-... Both deals are good though, but it depends what you prefer really. Through Amazon it would make Halo Reach $40 + a $20 game.
It really works out to the same. One thing I would add is that I talked with customer service for newegg and they said the game wouldn't even ship until release day. So you would get the game 3 days after release. They're both about equal. I'm probably gonna slap that 20 dollar credit on Diablo 3 or Gears of War 3 if it runs out before I have another option
I think I'm going to pre-order at GameStop
Both this and the Amazon deal are nice, but I wish GameStop would at least try to keep up with the competition a bit. I want to get this at the midnight release, but know I'll be paying more if I do...
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