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1 month EA Access, £2.49 at cdkeys.com

£2.49 @ CDKeys
Good price for 1 month with Mirrors Edge and UFC 2 coming to the Vault next week. I assume theres a further 5% with the usual facebook discount. Access for Xbox One. - lastcall Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Good price for 1 month with Mirrors Edge and UFC 2 coming to the Vault next week.

I assume theres a further 5% with the usual facebook discount.

Access for Xbox One.
- lastcall
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5 Likes #1
Just buy a year off the dashboard for £19.99 cheaper and less hastle.
#2
Mirror's Edge or Catalyst?
#3
Rhythmeister
Mirror's Edge or Catalyst?
Both
#4
Also worth noting that if you get 1 month of access via PayPal for £3.99, you get another month free. Offer isn't stackable unlike this one :)
2 Likes #5
Worth mentioning it's an XBox code, not PC :(
3 Likes #6
Sweet deal if you just want a month over christmas
1 Like #7
MBeeching
Worth mentioning it's an XBox code, not PC :(
Yeah, would be nice to see platform directly in the title. Voted hot anyways.
1 Like #8
worth mentioning that your 10hour trials continue after your months over (unless you've used all 10hours). Adds a bit more value.

Just need Titan fall 2 to be added to it.
2 Likes #9
lastcall
MBeeching
Worth mentioning it's an XBox code, not PC :(
Yeah, would be nice to see platform directly in the title. Voted hot anyways.


EA Access is for consoles, Origin Access is for PC
#10
Is there a PS4 option too?
#11
Tempted by this, just for 3.99 paypal one and get a month free. What games are available, has Battlefront been added yet and is their a trial of Battlefield 1 included?
#12
Your text here
#13
drewbles82
Tempted by this, just for 3.99 paypal one and get a month free. What games are available, has Battlefront been added yet and is their a trial of Battlefield 1 included?


yes to both.
#14
Can these be stacked?
Only after a couple of months.
1 Like #15
Dude1971
Is there a PS4 option too?

No, Sony didn't want the service on PSN
#16
bleachedsmiles
drewbles82
Tempted by this, just for 3.99 paypal one and get a month free. What games are available, has Battlefront been added yet and is their a trial of Battlefield 1 included?

yes to both.

Battlefront is added next month
#17
drewbles82
Tempted by this, just for 3.99 paypal one and get a month free. What games are available, has Battlefront been added yet and is their a trial of Battlefield 1 included?

Battlefront comes next month. Have a look here to see what's available:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/EA_Access
1 Like #18
jacjacatac
Can these be stacked?
Only after a couple of months.

If you only want a couple of months. Consider signing up for a month using PayPal, you get another month free. So two months for £3.99 :)

If you decided to go for codes, I believe they are stackable, but you might have to redeem the codes on Xbox.com for them to stack, rather than redeeming on the console.
#19
MBeeching
Worth mentioning it's an XBox code, not PC :(


Ah, yes, in the title that would be good :{
#20
Marcoos
Dude1971
Is there a PS4 option too?
No, Sony didn't want the service on PSN

Thanks - didn't know that!
#21
Mass effect 1-3 added to the vault yesterday, mirrors edge, mirrors edge catalyst and ufc will be added this week.
#22
paulj48
Just buy a year off the dashboard for £19.99 cheaper and less hastle.

Not really if i bought 10 months of these it would be 2.49 but i could stretch that for far longer than a year by only using one as I wanted it..
#23
haritori
paulj48
Just buy a year off the dashboard for £19.99 cheaper and less hastle.
Not really if i bought 10 months of these it would be 2.49 but i could stretch that for far longer than a year by only using one as I wanted it..
I said cheaper and less hassle so you've quoted me on that but then say you could spend more at £24.90 on less overall subscription time but have the hassle of 10 separate codes, managing those codes and then hoping they don't expire before you redeem them. Do you know for sure what the expiry date is on the codes supplied by CD Keys is, and I don't mean a guess out of thin air?
#24
Marcoos
Dude1971
Is there a PS4 option too?
No, Sony didn't want the service on PSN

This decision, plus no 4k blueray support for the ps4 pro, had made it really hard for me to understand their logic.

Both seem very likely to affect their sales on some level.

Anyone have a real idea why they have gone that route?
1 Like #25
delusion
Marcoos
Dude1971
Is there a PS4 option too?
No, Sony didn't want the service on PSN
This decision, plus no 4k blueray support for the ps4 pro, had made it really hard for me to understand their logic.
Both seem very likely to affect their sales on some level.
Anyone have a real idea why they have gone that route?
Putting a UHD Blu-ray player into a PS4 would cripple their sales of their own standalone UHD Blu-ray player so its quite easy to understand why they have done it.


Edited By: paulj48 on Nov 08, 2016 11:29
#26
paulj48
delusion
Marcoos
Dude1971
Is there a PS4 option too?
No, Sony didn't want the service on PSN
This decision, plus no 4k blueray support for the ps4 pro, had made it really hard for me to understand their logic.
Both seem very likely to affect their sales on some level.
Anyone have a real idea why they have gone that route?
Putting a UHD Blu-ray player into a PS4 would cripple their sales of their own standalone UHD Blu-ray player so its quite easy to understand why they have done it.

From their perspective maybe its easy. But maybe ea access and 4k blueray support is enough for those on the fence to pick Scorpio over ps4 pro (assuming Scorpio will have it).

Way back when I purchased a ps3, I did so because of the blueray support it had over the other consoles. I'm sure others may think along the same lines.

Anyway, not really fussed about it, just both seem like strange decisions to me

Edited By: delusion on Nov 08, 2016 12:30: ..
#27
delusion
paulj48
delusion
Marcoos
Dude1971
Is there a PS4 option too?
No, Sony didn't want the service on PSN
This decision, plus no 4k blueray support for the ps4 pro, had made it really hard for me to understand their logic.
Both seem very likely to affect their sales on some level.
Anyone have a real idea why they have gone that route?
Putting a UHD Blu-ray player into a PS4 would cripple their sales of their own standalone UHD Blu-ray player so its quite easy to understand why they have done it.
From their perspective maybe its easy. But maybe ea access and 4k blueray support is enough for those on the fence to pick Scorpio over ps4 pro (assuming Scorpio will have it).
Way back when I purchased a ps3, I did so because of the blueray support it had over the other consoles. I'm sure others may think along the same lines.
Anyway, not really fussed about it, just both seem like strange decisions to me
The difference in quality between standard definition DVD's and Blu-rays with HD picture and HD sound was a massive difference and like you said helped sell the console a cheap entry into playing Blu-rays. The difference between HD Blu-rays and UHD isn't as big a jump to the 'average' person. UHD Blu-ray is in its infancy (with many new feature films still mastered at less than UHD resolution anyway) and appeals more to the enthusiast, the type of person who doesn't mind paying extra for a standalone player.
#28
paulj48
Just buy a year off the dashboard for £19.99 cheaper and less hastle.
Sorry for the ignorance, but which dashboard do you mean? I'm looking at this as a gift for someone
#29
paulj48
delusion
paulj48
delusion
Marcoos
Dude1971
Is there a PS4 option too?
No, Sony didn't want the service on PSN
This decision, plus no 4k blueray support for the ps4 pro, had made it really hard for me to understand their logic.
Both seem very likely to affect their sales on some level.
Anyone have a real idea why they have gone that route?
Putting a UHD Blu-ray player into a PS4 would cripple their sales of their own standalone UHD Blu-ray player so its quite easy to understand why they have done it.
From their perspective maybe its easy. But maybe ea access and 4k blueray support is enough for those on the fence to pick Scorpio over ps4 pro (assuming Scorpio will have it). Way back when I purchased a ps3, I did so because of the blueray support it had over the other consoles. I'm sure others may think along the same lines.
Anyway, not really fussed about it, just both seem like strange decisions to me
The difference in quality between standard definition DVD's and Blu-rays with HD picture and HD sound was a massive difference and like you said helped sell the console a cheap entry into playing Blu-rays. The difference between HD Blu-rays and UHD isn't as big a jump to the 'average' person. UHD Blu-ray is in its infancy (with many new feature films still mastered at less than UHD resolution anyway) and appeals more to the enthusiast, the type of person who doesn't mind paying extra for a standalone player.

Is that sonys opinion?

My understanding is that Microsoft feels differently and so it's very possible their new console will have that support. I'm not quite at enthusiast level, even with my console gaming. So will go for just one console with the features that appeal to me most. UHD blueray likely to be one of them. Will just watch and see.

EA access could be another factor as it seems great value for money and not sure why Sony disagrees.

Edited By: delusion on Nov 08, 2016 14:49
1 Like #30
mutav
paulj48
Just buy a year off the dashboard for £19.99 cheaper and less hastle.
Sorry for the ignorance, but which dashboard do you mean? I'm looking at this as a gift for someone
bought through the EA Access app on the Xbox One dahsboard
#31
delusion
paulj48
delusion
paulj48
delusion
Marcoos
Dude1971
Is there a PS4 option too?
No, Sony didn't want the service on PSN
This decision, plus no 4k blueray support for the ps4 pro, had made it really hard for me to understand their logic.
Both seem very likely to affect their sales on some level.
Anyone have a real idea why they have gone that route?
Putting a UHD Blu-ray player into a PS4 would cripple their sales of their own standalone UHD Blu-ray player so its quite easy to understand why they have done it.
From their perspective maybe its easy. But maybe ea access and 4k blueray support is enough for those on the fence to pick Scorpio over ps4 pro (assuming Scorpio will have it). Way back when I purchased a ps3, I did so because of the blueray support it had over the other consoles. I'm sure others may think along the same lines.
Anyway, not really fussed about it, just both seem like strange decisions to me
The difference in quality between standard definition DVD's and Blu-rays with HD picture and HD sound was a massive difference and like you said helped sell the console a cheap entry into playing Blu-rays. The difference between HD Blu-rays and UHD isn't as big a jump to the 'average' person. UHD Blu-ray is in its infancy (with many new feature films still mastered at less than UHD resolution anyway) and appeals more to the enthusiast, the type of person who doesn't mind paying extra for a standalone player.
Is that sonys opinion?

My understanding is that Microsoft feels differently .
No that's my opinion but it would make sense as Sony will soon be releasing their own UHD Blu-ray player to compete with Panasonic and Samsung's offerings. Microsoft doesn't make any other audio/visual equipment unlike Sony so isn't treading on any of their other divisions toes with their Xbox One S.

EA Access is a red herring regarding sales of console, it been out years but didn't help the Xbox One sell more consoles than the PS4.


Edited By: paulj48 on Nov 08, 2016 15:09
#32
Are these live right away or can it be install/activated when you like???? thanks
#33
Sorry if this is an obvious question but if I buy a years subscription do I have unlimited access to every game in the vault? For the whole year?

Edited By: lilymac on Nov 22, 2016 15:49
#34
lilymac
Sorry if this is an obvious question but if I buy a years subscription do I have unlimited access to every game in the vault? For the whole year?


yes thats correct - but you will have to download them which can take a bit of time depending on your internet speed and obv your hard disk size as well
#35
Now £3.99

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