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Battlefield 4 (PC Download) @ Amazon US - £11.45

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[helper] 2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Not seen it this low before, good deal for those interested.
As usual with Amazon US digital purchases, just use/add an American address (Alaskan usually best, avoid fees) to your normal existing account to buy, get the key, activate (in this case, on Origin) and then download :) Straightforward enough.

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Only in Battlefield can you experience Levolution, changing the landscape in real-time with interactive environments that react to your every move.
Only in Battlefield will you find the awe-inspiring power of the next generation Frostbite 3 engine, whose unrivaled audio and visual fidelity make your game more dramatic, more believable, and more human.
Only in Battlefield can you experience an unmatched level of all-out war that grants you the freedom to play to your strengths and carve your own path to victory.
Only in Battlefield do you have the power to dominate land, air and sea with all-new, intense water-based vehicle combat.

Battlefield 4 is the genre-defining action blockbuster made from moments that blur the line between game and glory. Fueled by the next-generation power and fidelity of Frostbite 3, Battlefield 4 provides a visceral, dramatic experience unlike any other.

Only in Battlefield can you demolish the buildings shielding your enemy. Only in Battlefield will you lead an assault from the back of a gun boat. Battlefield grants you the freedom to do more and be more while playing to your strengths and carving your own path to victory.

In addition to its hallmark multiplayer, Battlefield 4 features an intense, dramatic character-driven campaign that starts with the evacuation of American VIPs from Shanghai and follows your squad's struggle to find its way home.

There is no comparison. Immerse yourself in the glorious chaos of all-out war, found only in Battlefield.

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trixabel
gr8h8me
usetheforceluke
gr8h8me
usetheforceluke
The mods should remove this as is U.S. listing

It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should removed..

Doughnut............!!!!!!!!

reported as abuse

This site is for deals not people like you that have no common sense..........and I'll say it again your a doughnut

I see you are happy encouraging fraud. You've also been reported.

I give up on you and your mate...Just don't visit the site.....Stop moaning, stop reporting and best of all get lost..never knew there was 2 doughnuts on one thread. For what is,s worth these deals are over a year old buying through US, Mexico, India to name a few and everyone is still here. I guess that answers your question..I am not going to answer any of your petty squabbles again and I am sure 99.9% of the site members agree with me..

Edited By: gr8h8me on Jul 07, 2014 12:56

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#1
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..
1 Like #2
It's also probably illegal, they called it "fraud" last time I looked at legal stuff.
#3
Never mind the illegality - this deal should be removed because it requires Origin. Gamers? Amirite?

(I jest)
#4
tiching99
Never mind the illegality - this deal should be removed because it requires Origin. Gamers? Amirite?

(I jest)

Very true! Stick to Call of Duty, loads better ;-)

Edited By: ro53ben on Jul 07, 2014 09:11: typo
#5
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

and how are they gonna know its a fake address?

bought at this price. wanna see how the new rig handles this
#6
Battlefield 4 blows anyway. why do you think dice are giving it away now ? All the issues with rubber banding and sorts just pushed people back to cod which is even worse for camping and running around the levels with a sniper rifle with the ability to reload it quickly. Battlefield Hard line is "Battlefield, Payday and Call Of Duty" all rolled into one. I won't be buying that due to lack of originality and dice spewing out rubbish now.

And one of my clan in the states said Thanks as they have just bought it because its the cheapest at the moment. So heat added.
1 Like #7
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

A staff member from Amazon US who regularly communicates with the community on Neogaf during one of their big sales said it's fine for people to do this. I'm sure Amazon put that on their ToS so that they're covering themselves legally, but I'm guessing they're pretty happy to take your money.
#8
lucifon
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

A staff member from Amazon US who regularly communicates with the community on Neogaf during one of their big sales said it's fine for people to do this. I'm sure Amazon put that on their ToS so that they're covering themselves legally, but I'm guessing they're pretty happy to take your money.

So one (anonymous) member of staff is right, and the law and Amazon's entire legal team are wrong.. gotcha.
banned 1 Like #9
It is fine for us to do this because Amazon do that themselves, or do you think that all their Warehouses and offices are based in Luxembourg?
2 Likes #10
adam_holcombe
lucifon
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

A staff member from Amazon US who regularly communicates with the community on Neogaf during one of their big sales said it's fine for people to do this. I'm sure Amazon put that on their ToS so that they're covering themselves legally, but I'm guessing they're pretty happy to take your money.

So one (anonymous) member of staff is right, and the law and Amazon's entire legal team are wrong.. gotcha.

That 'anonymous' member of staff regularly manages to provide deals asked by the community, and gives heads up on what's going on sale before it happens. You really think they don't know thousands of people buy digital stuff from them from outside the US? If it was a problem we'd already know about it.

Edited By: lucifon on Jul 07, 2014 09:40
4 Likes #11
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

this site is all about deals and saving money
you are naive if you think people here play by "the rules" (corporation rules). The fact that you have 2 pricing structures for the same product (one for US and then another - more expensive - for the rest of the wold) makes me say "kudos" to whoever thought of this fraud as some say it. Fraud to respond to plain robbery.

the deal is good I guess, but the game is not worth £11.45 because it is/was broken, haven't tried it in the last 3 moths but I left it because it was unbearable (server lag +crashes)

I got the game + premium, worst spent £65 in my life :(



Edited By: blackice8r on Jul 07, 2014 09:44
1 Like #12
I remember the days when people would get stuff for free on the internet. Where did all these pious folk come from. I saw someone getting called amoral the other day for not paying RRP, wtf.
Thing is Amazon etc are still turning a profit for all these games no matter what territory it is sold in. We are just getting ripped off in the UK (that should be illegal/amoral, but it isn't).
#13
lucifon
adam_holcombe
lucifon
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

A staff member from Amazon US who regularly communicates with the community on Neogaf during one of their big sales said it's fine for people to do this. I'm sure Amazon put that on their ToS so that they're covering themselves legally, but I'm guessing they're pretty happy to take your money.

So one (anonymous) member of staff is right, and the law and Amazon's entire legal team are wrong.. gotcha.

That 'anonymous' member of staff regularly manages to provide deals asked by the community, and gives heads up on what's going on sale before it happens. You really think they don't know thousands of people buy digital stuff from them from outside the US? If it was a problem we'd already know about it.

exactly, it might strictly speaking be illegal. but the reality is they're not going to care. just like buying xbox games from the US store, just like buying PSN games from the US or JP store. it's just not feasible to check whether a false or legit address is being used
1 Like #14
ro53ben
It's also probably illegal, they called it "fraud" last time I looked at legal stuff.

I've spoken to Amazon over the phone about this. The rep said he personally sees no issue with it, nor do they ever punish anybody who orders digital goods from outside the US.
#15
ro53ben
tiching99
Never mind the illegality - this deal should be removed because it requires Origin. Gamers? Amirite?

(I jest)

Very true! Stick to Call of Duty, loads better ;-)

Best laugh I've had all week. Thanks. :D
#16
The mods should remove this as is U.S. listing

It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should removed..
2 Likes #17
usetheforceluke
The mods should remove this as is U.S. listing

It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should removed..

Doughnut............!!!!!!!!
#18
Player Base is full of amateurs who suck. Can't recommend this for the life of me.
#19
delboyd
Player Base is full of amateurs who suck. Can't recommend this for the life of me.

When buying a new game, that seems like a bonus to me. Rather that than the barrier to entry that Counterstrike 'enjoys' due to it's long-time hardcore uber-playerbase.
#20
CookieMunzta
ro53ben
It's also probably illegal, they called it "fraud" last time I looked at legal stuff.

I've spoken to Amazon over the phone about this. The rep said he personally sees no issue with it, nor do they ever punish anybody who orders digital goods from outside the US.

Amazon don't much care for paying taxes either.

By declaring yourself resident in the USA, you're committing a fraud to both their immigration system and their tax system. Amazon are covered, they deny it in their terms and conditions, the responsibility lies with you.
#21
PurplePerson
delboyd
Player Base is full of amateurs who suck. Can't recommend this for the life of me.

When buying a new game, that seems like a bonus to me. Rather that than the barrier to entry that Counterstrike 'enjoys' due to it's long-time hardcore uber-playerbase.

Haha fair point, but you're assuming it's a benefit because they're easy to kill right? Imagine having to run behind a support player for at least 5 minutes spamming 'Ammo' button because he's so damn up himself he doesn't care about his team. Imagine almost falling off your chair when someone revives you because it's so damn rare. Imagine hearing 'pshh psshh pssh pssh pssh pssh' constantly because no one understands what 'Designated Marksman Rifle' entails. Imagine being sniped everywhere you go.

Sigh. Worst thing is these prices will just bring more and more amateurs into the game and ruin it further.
#22
ro53ben
CookieMunzta
ro53ben
It's also probably illegal, they called it "fraud" last time I looked at legal stuff.

I've spoken to Amazon over the phone about this. The rep said he personally sees no issue with it, nor do they ever punish anybody who orders digital goods from outside the US.

Amazon don't much care for paying taxes either.

By declaring yourself resident in the USA, you're committing a fraud to both their immigration system and their tax system. Amazon are covered, they deny it in their terms and conditions, the responsibility lies with you.

the phrase "bigger fish to fry" comes to mind
#23
ro53ben
CookieMunzta
ro53ben
It's also probably illegal, they called it "fraud" last time I looked at legal stuff.

I've spoken to Amazon over the phone about this. The rep said he personally sees no issue with it, nor do they ever punish anybody who orders digital goods from outside the US.

Amazon don't much care for paying taxes either.

By declaring yourself resident in the USA, you're committing a fraud to both their immigration system and their tax system. Amazon are covered, they deny it in their terms and conditions, the responsibility lies with you.

I think you're making it out to be a bigger deal than it really is.

I'm fairly sure Amazon doesn't have an "immigration system".
#24
CookieMunzta
ro53ben
CookieMunzta
ro53ben
It's also probably illegal, they called it "fraud" last time I looked at legal stuff.

I've spoken to Amazon over the phone about this. The rep said he personally sees no issue with it, nor do they ever punish anybody who orders digital goods from outside the US.

Amazon don't much care for paying taxes either.

By declaring yourself resident in the USA, you're committing a fraud to both their immigration system and their tax system. Amazon are covered, they deny it in their terms and conditions, the responsibility lies with you.

I think you're making it out to be a bigger deal than it really is.

I'm fairly sure Amazon doesn't have an "immigration system".

I'm talking about the US of A, not Amazon. Defraud their tax and immigration systems at their peril, they'll turn people away at passport control for unpaid speeding tickets.
#25
ro53ben
CookieMunzta
ro53ben
CookieMunzta
ro53ben
It's also probably illegal, they called it "fraud" last time I looked at legal stuff.

I've spoken to Amazon over the phone about this. The rep said he personally sees no issue with it, nor do they ever punish anybody who orders digital goods from outside the US.

Amazon don't much care for paying taxes either.

By declaring yourself resident in the USA, you're committing a fraud to both their immigration system and their tax system. Amazon are covered, they deny it in their terms and conditions, the responsibility lies with you.

I think you're making it out to be a bigger deal than it really is.

I'm fairly sure Amazon doesn't have an "immigration system".

I'm talking about the US of A, not Amazon. Defraud their tax and immigration systems at their peril, they'll turn people away at passport control for unpaid speeding tickets.


The the same 'US of A' that doesn't tax digital purchases anyway? So your point is irrelevant
banned#26
Might amuse myself one day by listing who shows interest in these illegal deals then see if they are still on the site 6 months later.

Those that aren't are probably in custody awaiting extradition to the US on fraud charges.

Funny thing is.. Each click n sale earns HUKD commission so ultimately they are profiting from fraudulent activity. Think the mods should rapidly remove these illegal deals but it doesn't seem to happen.
#27
There are a few copies of this at Wednesbury Currys and PC World for £9.97 with China Rising free

Edited By: JustExtreme on Jul 07, 2014 12:46
5 Likes #28
trixabel
gr8h8me
usetheforceluke
gr8h8me
usetheforceluke
The mods should remove this as is U.S. listing

It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should removed..

Doughnut............!!!!!!!!

reported as abuse

This site is for deals not people like you that have no common sense..........and I'll say it again your a doughnut

I see you are happy encouraging fraud. You've also been reported.

I give up on you and your mate...Just don't visit the site.....Stop moaning, stop reporting and best of all get lost..never knew there was 2 doughnuts on one thread. For what is,s worth these deals are over a year old buying through US, Mexico, India to name a few and everyone is still here. I guess that answers your question..I am not going to answer any of your petty squabbles again and I am sure 99.9% of the site members agree with me..

Edited By: gr8h8me on Jul 07, 2014 12:56
4 Likes #29
some of you lot need to get a grip.......or at least see your doctor for some strong meds.

"Defraud their tax and immigration systems"

"awaiting extradition to the US on fraud charges."

FFS you are just buying a computer game!!
#30
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

YEP!!! and So should all rights of evading corporation TAX on over £7.6bn in generated revenue since 2011 in the UK

Edited By: ukez on Jul 07, 2014 13:41: .
#31
pew41
some of you lot need to get a grip.......or at least see your doctor for some strong meds.

"Defraud their tax and immigration systems"

"awaiting extradition to the US on fraud charges."

FFS you are just buying a computer game!!

Buying a combat training game, in the USA, using a fake address. Anti-terror squad will be all over that ;O)
#32
ukez
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

YEP!!! and So should all rights of evading corporation TAX on over £7.6bn in generated revenue since 2011 in the UK without paying any corporation tax.

I agree, anyone guilty of EVADING tax should be prosecuted - however anyone LEGALLY AVOIDING tax is absolutely fine.

Are you honestly telling me if someone offered you a way to LEGALLY pay less tax, you'd say no?!
#33
I'm not sure what the fuss is - you generally only pay state tax in the USA if you buy from a state where the company has a physical presence when making an online transaction. There are some exceptions to this rule of course.

I spend a heck of a lot of time in the USA (have a home base in Florida) and will often buy goods from a vendor in a different state to avoid paying tax if sourced in the same state.

For this reason, I will normally buy electronic items from say Newegg in California rather than TigerDirect in Florida


Edited By: gtd65 on Jul 07, 2014 14:09
#34
adam_holcombe
ukez
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

YEP!!! and So should all rights of evading corporation TAX on over £7.6bn in generated revenue since 2011 in the UK without paying any corporation tax.

I agree, anyone guilty of EVADING tax should be prosecuted - however anyone LEGALLY AVOIDING tax is absolutely fine.

Are you honestly telling me if someone offered you a way to LEGALLY pay less tax, you'd say no?!

Everyone knows these corporations use loop holes which most ordinary people cant, rendering the whole TAX system an unfair playing field. If you think you can 'LEGALLY' get away with it register a company, sell goods and then try avoid paying tax on profit gained above the suggested threshold and see how that pans out.

In fact do a Youtube diary and post your link here so we can follow your progress.X)

Whilst you goodie two shoed people are here ranting in defence of what's right on Amazon and a ''bargain deal hunters website'', the owner of Amazon is probably chilling around his swimming pool on his luxury yacht, sipping Macallan 1946 contemplating whether he should have his Lamborghini Veneno Roadster flown in to meet him at port or have his private helicopter pick him up from his yachts heliport without a care in the world.

Also, I don't believe their is a problem with advertising these deals, as its the purchasers responsibility to declare the purchase and pay the relevant duty on top.
#35
We should sell stolen good on here too? They're bargains after all.
#36
ukez
adam_holcombe
ukez
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

YEP!!! and So should all rights of evading corporation TAX on over £7.6bn in generated revenue since 2011 in the UK without paying any corporation tax.

I agree, anyone guilty of EVADING tax should be prosecuted - however anyone LEGALLY AVOIDING tax is absolutely fine.

Are you honestly telling me if someone offered you a way to LEGALLY pay less tax, you'd say no?!

Everyone knows these corporations use loop holes which most ordinary people cant, rendering the whole TAX system an unfair playing field. If you think you can 'LEGALLY' get away with it register a company, sell goods and then try avoid paying tax on profit gained above the suggested threshold and see how that pans out.

In fact do a Youtube diary and post your link here so we can follow your progress.X)

Whilst you goodie two shoed people are here ranting in defence of what's right on Amazon and a ''bargain deal hunters website'', the owner of Amazon is probably chilling around his swimming pool on his luxury yacht, sipping Macallan 1946 contemplating whether he should have his Lamborghini Veneno Roadster flown in to meet him at port or have his private helicopter pick him up from his yachts heliport without a care in the world.

Also, I don't believe their is a problem with advertising these deals, as its the purchasers responsibility to declare the purchase and pay the relevant duty on top.

I actually do 'own' a registered company for contracting purposes. I pay the least amount of tax possible in respect of both income (PAYE) and corporation tax (set up using a series of Director loans and dividend issues)

So don't try and convince people that avoiding tax is something only the rich and famous can do - because it's wrong.

I take home around 76% of my contract rates/value.

...to put that in simple terms that you might understand:

If i was employed directly by the company I'm currently doing work for, I'd take home around £1,000 less per month.

This is perfectly legal and pretty standard across the world.

If you'd like more specifics on how you can EASILY and LEGALLY avoid tax, just let me know.
#37
ro53ben
We should sell stolen good on here too? They're bargains after all.

What has stolen goods got to do with anything ?
#38
adam_holcombe
ukez
adam_holcombe
ukez
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

YEP!!! and So should all rights of evading corporation TAX on over £7.6bn in generated revenue since 2011 in the UK without paying any corporation tax.

I agree, anyone guilty of EVADING tax should be prosecuted - however anyone LEGALLY AVOIDING tax is absolutely fine.

Are you honestly telling me if someone offered you a way to LEGALLY pay less tax, you'd say no?!

Everyone knows these corporations use loop holes which most ordinary people cant, rendering the whole TAX system an unfair playing field. If you think you can 'LEGALLY' get away with it register a company, sell goods and then try avoid paying tax on profit gained above the suggested threshold and see how that pans out.

In fact do a Youtube diary and post your link here so we can follow your progress.X)

Whilst you goodie two shoed people are here ranting in defence of what's right on Amazon and a ''bargain deal hunters website'', the owner of Amazon is probably chilling around his swimming pool on his luxury yacht, sipping Macallan 1946 contemplating whether he should have his Lamborghini Veneno Roadster flown in to meet him at port or have his private helicopter pick him up from his yachts heliport without a care in the world.

Also, I don't believe their is a problem with advertising these deals, as its the purchasers responsibility to declare the purchase and pay the relevant duty on top.

I actually do 'own' a registered company for contracting purposes. I pay the least amount of tax possible in respect of both income (PAYE) and corporation tax (set up using a series of Director loans and dividend issues)

So don't try and convince people that avoiding tax is something only the rich and famous can do - because it's wrong.

I take home around 76% of my contract rates/value.

...to put that in simple terms that you might understand:

If i was employed directly by the company I'm currently doing work for, I'd take home around £1,000 less per month.

This is perfectly legal and pretty standard across the world.

If you'd like more specifics on how you can EASILY and LEGALLY avoid tax, just let me know.

Whats your company number?

Can i call you for some advice?
#39
ukez
adam_holcombe
ukez
adam_holcombe
ukez
adam_holcombe
It's against Amazon's Terms of Service to use a fake address.

This should probably be removed..

YEP!!! and So should all rights of evading corporation TAX on over £7.6bn in generated revenue since 2011 in the UK without paying any corporation tax.

I agree, anyone guilty of EVADING tax should be prosecuted - however anyone LEGALLY AVOIDING tax is absolutely fine.

Are you honestly telling me if someone offered you a way to LEGALLY pay less tax, you'd say no?!

Everyone knows these corporations use loop holes which most ordinary people cant, rendering the whole TAX system an unfair playing field. If you think you can 'LEGALLY' get away with it register a company, sell goods and then try avoid paying tax on profit gained above the suggested threshold and see how that pans out.

In fact do a Youtube diary and post your link here so we can follow your progress.X)

Whilst you goodie two shoed people are here ranting in defence of what's right on Amazon and a ''bargain deal hunters website'', the owner of Amazon is probably chilling around his swimming pool on his luxury yacht, sipping Macallan 1946 contemplating whether he should have his Lamborghini Veneno Roadster flown in to meet him at port or have his private helicopter pick him up from his yachts heliport without a care in the world.

Also, I don't believe their is a problem with advertising these deals, as its the purchasers responsibility to declare the purchase and pay the relevant duty on top.

I actually do 'own' a registered company for contracting purposes. I pay the least amount of tax possible in respect of both income (PAYE) and corporation tax (set up using a series of Director loans and dividend issues)

So don't try and convince people that avoiding tax is something only the rich and famous can do - because it's wrong.

I take home around 76% of my contract rates/value.

...to put that in simple terms that you might understand:

If i was employed directly by the company I'm currently doing work for, I'd take home around £1,000 less per month.

This is perfectly legal and pretty standard across the world.

If you'd like more specifics on how you can EASILY and LEGALLY avoid tax, just let me know.

Whats your company number?

Can i call you for some advice?

08863191

Feel free to look me up http://wck2.companieshouse.gov.uk/
(yes, for once someone on the internet isn't lying!)

and it would depend what advice you need.
#40
ukez
ro53ben
We should sell stolen good on here too? They're bargains after all.

What has stolen goods got to do with anything ?

It's also illegal to buy them, but I doubt they'd be allowed on here.

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