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Playstation 4 For Honor £45.99 or £25.99 with code from Very

£45.99 @ Very
I know this will get some crit with it being Very but it's an ok price to start with - maybe a couple of quid more than other places but if you want to get a game pretty badly like me and can't wait t…
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1w, 15h agoFound 1 week, 15 hours ago
I know this will get some crit with it being Very but it's an ok price to start with - maybe a couple of quid more than other places but if you want to get a game pretty badly like me and can't wait till pay day then it's worth using the account option.
If you do and your ordering for first time the code KXVL6 (thanks OP) will get you £20 off it, making it a right bargain.
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3 Likes #1
Setting up a credit account for video games is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.
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BigOrkWaaagh
Setting up a credit account for video games is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.
Agreed. Once nearly bought a set of pans from this lot because it was £2/3 cheaper there. Halfway through the process they casually tried to set up a credit account, as if it's a normal part of the registration process. Nope.
#3
BigOrkWaaagh
Setting up a credit account for video games is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.
yep. if have to do this you have more serious problems than getting a new game
#4
Although I'd love to use this voucher to buy Yakuza 0 for £20.99, there is no way on earth I'm going set up a credit account to take advantage of this offer!
1 Like #5
BigOrkWaaagh
Setting up a credit account for video games is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.

This sentence is really an issue... ->
if you want to get a game pretty badly like me and can't wait till pay day
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BigOrkWaaagh
Setting up a credit account for video games is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.


Why?

Buy the game and then pay off the account straight away. Once the game is delivered then close the account again. The only way it's going to be a problem if you're about to apply for a load of slightly more important credit, but having one extra search for a probable limit of £500 is hardly going to knacker you credit limit.

If you're having to open a credit account because you can't afford to drop the amount on a game then that's a different matter.
#7
Cakeboy79
BigOrkWaaagh
Setting up a credit account for video games is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.
Why?
Buy the game and then pay off the account straight away. Once the game is delivered then close the account again. The only way it's going to be a problem if you're about to apply for a load of slightly more important credit, but having one extra search for a probable limit of £500 is hardly going to knacker you credit limit.
If you're having to open a credit account because you can't afford to drop the amount on a game then that's a different matter.

I agree I have done this for loads of games, got Yakuza 0 for £20.99 on release and got ROTTR for £21 on release and paid them off straight away. Obviously it depends on your patience, but they aren't going down to £20 anytime soon!
#8
adamstockley92
Cakeboy79
BigOrkWaaagh
Setting up a credit account for video games is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.
Why?
Buy the game and then pay off the account straight away. Once the game is delivered then close the account again. The only way it's going to be a problem if you're about to apply for a load of slightly more important credit, but having one extra search for a probable limit of £500 is hardly going to knacker you credit limit.
If you're having to open a credit account because you can't afford to drop the amount on a game then that's a different matter.
I agree I have done this for loads of games, got Yakuza 0 for £20.99 on release and got ROTTR for £21 on release and paid them off straight away. Obviously it depends on your patience, but they aren't going down to £20 anytime soon!

Uhh no. Games drop so fast these days that I could easily both of those hitting that price very soon.
#9
darkspace100
adamstockley92
Cakeboy79
BigOrkWaaagh
Setting up a credit account for video games is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.
Why?
Buy the game and then pay off the account straight away. Once the game is delivered then close the account again. The only way it's going to be a problem if you're about to apply for a load of slightly more important credit, but having one extra search for a probable limit of £500 is hardly going to knacker you credit limit.
If you're having to open a credit account because you can't afford to drop the amount on a game then that's a different matter.
I agree I have done this for loads of games, got Yakuza 0 for £20.99 on release and got ROTTR for £21 on release and paid them off straight away. Obviously it depends on your patience, but they aren't going down to £20 anytime soon!
Uhh no. Games drop so fast these days that I could easily both of those hitting that price very soon.

ROTTR has been out since November and it is still £30 and Yakuza is a new release still averaging £40. Again like I said, it depends on one's patience.
#10
adamstockley92
darkspace100
adamstockley92
Cakeboy79
BigOrkWaaagh
Setting up a credit account for video games is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.
Why?
Buy the game and then pay off the account straight away. Once the game is delivered then close the account again. The only way it's going to be a problem if you're about to apply for a load of slightly more important credit, but having one extra search for a probable limit of £500 is hardly going to knacker you credit limit.
If you're having to open a credit account because you can't afford to drop the amount on a game then that's a different matter.
I agree I have done this for loads of games, got Yakuza 0 for £20.99 on release and got ROTTR for £21 on release and paid them off straight away. Obviously it depends on your patience, but they aren't going down to £20 anytime soon!
Uhh no. Games drop so fast these days that I could easily both of those hitting that price very soon.
ROTTR has been out since November and it is still £30 and Yakuza is a new release still averaging £40. Again like I said, it depends on one's patience.

Not sure where your looking but I've already seen ROTTR just slightly over that price. Yakuza is niche and will drop any price now as its the type of game anyone who wants it buys it the first week.

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