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[cdkeys] CD Keys Back to School sale

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Dec 5, 2015
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CD Keys Back to School sale

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September 7, 2018
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Too many games to list, and as far as I am aware these keys are not grey market. Feel free to share.
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Jul 28, 2013
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Toronto
FIFA 19 pre-order for $67 not bad since it's currently $80. Or you can wait a month and that usually brings the price down too.
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Nov 25, 2006
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Thanks OP, I've used them several times and they are legit keys.
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Middle-earth: Shadow of War for less than 16$ USD worth it imho
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Guess it depends on how bad you want to play the game, you could always cross reference isthereanydeal.
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Sicklyslick wrote: tomb raider for $60 good deal?
It's not a good deal IMO; square enix games go on sale within months of being released for 50% off
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Some note worthy prices on PC titles. A couple prices are drastically lower than I could find historic lows for.. However most are in line with prices from sources such as Humble, Steam, GreenManGaming past sales. I have used CDKeys before without issue.

  • Fallout 4 GOTY - $27.79
  • Injustice 2 Ultimate - $12.19
  • PC Building Simulator - $15.59
  • GTA V - $20.89
  • Crash Bandicoot Insane Trilogy - $27.79
  • Dead by Daylight Deluxe - $17.39
  • Command and Conquer: The Ultimate Edition - $6.59
  • Mortal Kombat XL - $6.59
  • Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition - $20.89
  • Lego Worlds - $6.89
  • Monster Hunter World - $55.69
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Sicklyslick wrote: tomb raider for $60 good deal?
I'd maybe wait for reviews and see. Usually it'll drop in price within 6 months.
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Slightly off topic, but does anyone know if Steam offers price protection? I purchased a game 3 days ago thats now on sale so was wondering if they would refund me the difference.
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OVOSound wrote: Slightly off topic, but does anyone know if Steam offers price protection? I purchased a game 3 days ago thats now on sale so was wondering if they would refund me the difference.
https://support.steampowered.com/kb_art ... missedsale

If you've played it for less than 2hrs, then you can request a refund within 14 days. Then buy the game again at sale price.
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OVOSound wrote: Slightly off topic, but does anyone know if Steam offers price protection? I purchased a game 3 days ago thats now on sale so was wondering if they would refund me the difference.
They don't have price protection but you can always email them. They usually good at refunding the game and asking you to repurchase it.
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Nov 23, 2016
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Sicklyslick wrote: tomb raider for $60 good deal?
So far $57 was the historic low from GreenManGaming. However it will probably drop over time and likely hit lower by Black Friday.
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zylonite wrote: Sometimes you come across such stupid questions that your mind gets stuck processing it. That's what happened when I read this. That said, the day Steam starts offering price protection against grey/black market key re-sellers, I'll donate my steam library to someone.
Work on your reading comprehension skills. I asked if STEAM offers price protection from a game I purchased directly from STEAM's website. Not from CDKeys or any grey market resellers.

Want me to dumb it down for you more to help you understand?
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These guys [cdkeys] suck IMHO. I bought something from them a while back only to discover that they required my cell phone number or they won't let me download the thing I purchased.

Like WTF?!? I don't give out my cell phone number... that way they can't spam me with text messages or sales calls day and night.
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Jan 15, 2017
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FYI for Fallout 76... not sure if that's a total deal. CDKeys lists it as 42% off but that's 42% off the Tricentenial Edition pricing, which I'm not entirely convinced is the one you'd be receiving in this purchase. It looks like CDKeys just has the base game. Even so, you'll prob save a few bucks after fees and whatnot at $55.69 since I think the pre-order price is $60USD everywhere else (it'd be a marginal amount). Again, can't confirm this isn't the Tricentenial Edition, but thought I should inform buyers just in case.
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canada_dry wrote: These guys [cdkeys] suck IMHO. I bought something from them a while back only to discover that they required my cell phone number or they won't let me download the thing I purchased.

Like WTF?!? I don't give out my cell phone number... that way they can't spam me with text messages or sales calls day and night.
FWIW, I've been using CDKeys for years, never get text or phone call spam.

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