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Plant Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 Xbox One £26.00 @ Tesco

£26.00 @ Tesco Direct
This is the cheapest i have see it for Xbox one normally £45 grab a deal now Also if you spend £40 you can get a £5 discount with code TDX-WFRX Read More
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7m, 4h agoFound 7 months, 4 hours ago
This is the cheapest i have see it for Xbox one normally £45 grab a deal now

Also if you spend £40 you can get a £5 discount with code TDX-WFRX
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7m, 4h agoFound 7 months, 4 hours ago
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2 Likes #1
its on EA Access, might as well pay the £20 a year and get loads of games.
3 Likes #2
just preference i prefer a hard copy and so do some other people
#3
I've just posted this too I did do a search 1st
#4
this is not a deal, as stated EA Access is less than £20 for a year and you get this and about 12 other games

i know its not on disk fair enough, but if you want this game EA Access is the way to go. have you fun with it and after 3 months move on to the other games in the vault. buying this game and trading it on will leave you way out of pocket
#5
winter_zombie
this is not a deal, as stated EA Access is less than £20 for a year and you get this and about 12 other games

i know its not on disk fair enough, but if you want this game EA Access is the way to go. have you fun with it and after 3 months move on to the other games in the vault. buying this game and trading it on will leave you way out of pocket


I agree with you even though I haven't got EA Access yet I'm really considering getting it with the amount of games I buy and play a few times, I reckon a years worth of games for £20 is looking like a no brainer instead of forking out for physical copies :D
#6
Bought this earlier this afternoon for my 8 year old along with some other stuff to use the £5 off and staff discount. Cheapest i have seen for the hard copy. Need to look into this vault. He's never mentioned it and i've not got a clue so it will be left up to his dad to sort it all out.

Is it suitable for young kids?

Edited By: BIGD99 on Sep 23, 2016 19:16: .
1 Like #7
BIGD99
Bought this earlier this afternoon for my 8 year old along with some other stuff to use the £5 off and staff discount. Cheapest i have seen for the hard copy. Need to look into this vault. He's never mentioned it and i've not got a clue so it will be left up to his dad to sort it all out.
Is it suitable for young kids?
EA Access is about £20, well it is if you buy it from cd keys. EA Access is just a app on the xbox one that once you have a 6 or 12 month subscription you can look at all the games in "the vault" and you download as many as you want and when they have finished downloading you play them, just remember that all the games are full games and so are quite big to download if your on a slow internet speed (like me) but if your on virgin media or 50 meg+ internet you will be fine. for the £20 a year its a great buy and before the year is up your kids will of finished or had enough of the games in the vault and it will keep them happy for a bit.
#8
winter_zombie
BIGD99
Bought this earlier this afternoon for my 8 year old along with some other stuff to use the £5 off and staff discount. Cheapest i have seen for the hard copy. Need to look into this vault. He's never mentioned it and i've not got a clue so it will be left up to his dad to sort it all out.
Is it suitable for young kids?
EA Access is about £20, well it is if you buy it from cd keys. EA Access is just a app on the xbox one that once you have a 6 or 12 month subscription you can look at all the games in "the vault" and you download as many as you want and when they have finished downloading you play them, just remember that all the games are full games and so are quite big to download if your on a slow internet speed (like me) but if your on virgin media or 50 meg+ internet you will be fine. for the £20 a year its a great buy and before the year is up your kids will of finished or had enough of the games in the vault and it will keep them happy for a bit.


Got the top virgin internet speed and xbox live membership for the boy already so it looks like i just need the ea voucher which i have seen on amazon. Cheers.
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BIGD99
winter_zombie
BIGD99
Bought this earlier this afternoon for my 8 year old along with some other stuff to use the £5 off and staff discount. Cheapest i have seen for the hard copy. Need to look into this vault. He's never mentioned it and i've not got a clue so it will be left up to his dad to sort it all out.
Is it suitable for young kids?
EA Access is about £20, well it is if you buy it from cd keys. EA Access is just a app on the xbox one that once you have a 6 or 12 month subscription you can look at all the games in "the vault" and you download as many as you want and when they have finished downloading you play them, just remember that all the games are full games and so are quite big to download if your on a slow internet speed (like me) but if your on virgin media or 50 meg+ internet you will be fine. for the £20 a year its a great buy and before the year is up your kids will of finished or had enough of the games in the vault and it will keep them happy for a bit.
Got the top virgin internet speed and xbox live membership for the boy already so it looks like i just need the ea voucher which i have seen on amazon. Cheers.

You can buy it directly from Microsoft with your Xbox account... £19.99 for one year and the games are immediately in your library to download. Not sure you'll find it cheaper on cdkeys etc?
#10
Been looking for a good deal on this game for my little boy for Christmas. Just ordered thank you!

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