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#14193263 Raise.com Buy Video Game Currency at a Discount. New users get $10 off...

Posted by KillerBs75 on 26 July 2019 - 07:23 PM

Another trick (what I did) if you want more than $25.  I did two orders:


First order - (2) $25 cards and the discount code 40RAISEAF for $10 off, so $50 for $33.12

Second order - (1) $25 card, use discount code MIDSUMMER and the $5 credit you get for being a new customer, so $25 for $15.05


The short of this is I got $75 for $48.17


Site scared me a bit because they took around 8 hours to send me me codes.  I'd also recommend using the codes immediately so you don't worry about the seller using it after they get their $ and then have to mess with support.

#14192391 PSN Weekly Deals - 2/10: Big in Japan Sale ends 2/25, Critics' Choice Sal...

Posted by KillerBs75 on 24 July 2019 - 08:38 PM

This will probably be pretty useful for me. I sometimes want to play a sports game, but don't want to spend a lot in case I either A) don't like it or B) get bored of it super fast.


I've been wanting to try UFC/NHL/Madden for the last few years but couldn't pull the trigger to buy, so this is perfect.


If you're ok playing last years sports titles then it's awesome.  I've had on Xbox since launch.  I kept buying NHL 16, 17, and 18 annually although I'd usually trade it in late March right before it goes on EA Access.  I skipped NHL 19 and am undecided about skipping NHL 20.  Only other EA game I've bought was Titanfall 2 for an $8 CAG find really close to it's launch.  I bet I have 300-400 hours combined of play in Battlefield and Dragon Age series just from EA Access.


I would be curious what it's done to their sales.  I very likely would have spent $75-$100 a year on EA games the last 5 years, versus the $30 for EA Access.  I suppose if they are expanding it to other platforms it's a good deal for them.



Edit: I also remembered the 10 hour trial.  You can play current sports games for 10 hours.  I haven't run into any limitations.  That's about as much as I invest in Madden anyway in a year.  I've found the campaign-based games to be limited.  For example, BF1 you could only play the first chapter during the trial.  The rest of your time would have to go to MP.

#14190430 PSN Weekly Deals - 2/10: Big in Japan Sale ends 2/25, Critics' Choice Sal...

Posted by KillerBs75 on 17 July 2019 - 10:48 PM

God of War (2018)


As previous poster said it's not on sale but I do appreciate the suggestion.  God of War and Horizon seem to be the absolute can't miss games.  The Uncharted look like more Tomb Raider to me, but not saying that's a bad thing.


Basically I am not sure what a good PS4 price is (being a cheapass and all, the price is everything) and my goal is to just grab up cheap games I've never played and put them in the log along with all my Xbox stuff.  Is there a price tracking site or something?  The XBL posts usually list a price history site.