[PS4] Battlefield™ 1 - £32.99 - PlayStation Store (£29.58 / Deluxe - £35.14 via CDKeys) - HotUKDeals
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[PS4] Battlefield™ 1 - £32.99 - PlayStation Store (£29.58 / Deluxe - £35.14 via CDKeys)

£32.99 @ Playstation PSN
Deluxe Edition is £42.99 (£35.14 Via CDKeys with Facebook code below) Battlefield™ 1 Deluxe Edition contains the base game and the following additional content: Red Baron Pack • Vehicle Package… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Deluxe Edition is £42.99 (£35.14 Via CDKeys with Facebook code below)

Battlefield™ 1 Deluxe Edition contains the base game and the following additional content:

Red Baron Pack
• Vehicle Package: Red Baron’s Triplane
• Sidearm: Red Baron’s P08
• Emblem: Red Baron’s Flyer Pin

Lawrence of Arabia Pack
• Horse: Lawrence of Arabia’s Black Stallion (new visual appearance for the horse)
• Weapon: Lawrence of Arabia’s SMLE
• Melee: Lawrence of Arabia’s Jambiya
• Emblem: Lawrence of Arabia’s Emblem

Hellfighter Pack
• Weapon: Hellfighter Trench Shotgun
• Sidearm: Hellfighter M1911
• Melee: Hellfighter Bolo Knife
• Emblem: Hellfighter Insignia

New visual appearance of the Behemoths
• Frontline Camouflage Train
• Night Raid Airship
• Dazzle Camouflage Dreadnought

• Five Battlefield 1 Battlepacks containing stand-out weapon skins.

https://apollo2.dl.playstation.net/cdn/EP0006/CUSA02387_00/FREE_CONTENTE8KxxVk9nP6oj8n85B9X/PREVIEW_SCREENSHOT1_498739.jpg

Fight your way through epic battles ranging from tight urban combat in a besieged French city to the heavily defended mountain forts in the Italian Alps or frantic combats in the deserts of Arabia. Discover a world at war through an adventure-filled campaign, or join in epic multiplayer battles with up to 64 players, and adapt your tactics to the earth-shattering destruction and dynamic weather. Fight as infantry, lead horse charges or take control of amazing vehicles on land, air and sea, from tanks and biplanes to the gigantic Behemoths – some of the largest vehicles in Battlefield history.

OK, purchase this £30 top up from CDKeys and add your own £2.99 = £29.58 (Use with the Facebook code)
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1 Like #1
Is the Tesco deal still on? Or has that ended?
[HUKD Deal Editor]#2
andysmoore
Is the Tesco deal still on? Or has that ended?

£46.
1 Like #3
Would it not be £2.01 credit? Or is my maths off? :D
[HUKD Deal Editor]#4
samela
Would it not be £2.01 credit? Or is my maths off? :D

Yer, that's what I said :{

(I did that last time too:()
#5
If I bought this would it be valid to download on Christmas day
[HUKD Deal Editor]#6
Pac0812
If I bought this would it be valid to download on Christmas day

Well it's off the PlayStation Store, so you need to purchase it through a PlayStation account. This can be done today and then downloaded via that account whenever you wish.
1 Like #7
Personnally I'd buy £35 worth of psn credit, use the 5% off code from facebook and get it for 31.25 and keep the 2.01 credit ready for the next game rather than by £30 and pay the extra 2.99
[HUKD Deal Editor]#8
Dante666
Personnally I'd buy £35 worth of psn credit, use the 5% off code from facebook and get it for 31.25 and keep the 2.01 credit ready for the next game rather than by £30 and pay the extra 2.99

Either way really isn't it. There's a 34p difference between both methods. This is the cheapest way to obtain it.
#9
Nice find OP 8)
#10
Brilliant Game, Fantastic Graphics, playing on the PC, well worth a buy...Hot
2 Likes #11
Rise of the Tomb Raider
Fallout 4
Dishonored II
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition £22.99
Battlefield 1 £32.99
Uncharted 4 £24.99
Titanfall 2 £29.99
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare £32.99
FIFA 17 £26.99
Grand Theft Auto V £21.99
Watch Dogs 2 £29.99
Final Fantasy XV £32.99

its %30 ,40% ,50%,60% off the normal price depending on game
1 Like #12
nice, but still think I'll wait on the physical disc coming down again
1 Like #13
Careful though, if you are in a relationship, this game will destroy it! X)

...I'm addicted to it.
3 Likes #14
one2omg
Careful though, if you are in a relationship, this game will destroy it! X)
...I'm addicted to it.
That happened in BF4 so i can do what I want now
1 Like #15
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 4 Likes #16
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.

It'll probably blow your mind knowing I paid £54.99 then.
2 Likes #17
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.


im tempted to sell my physical copy and get this. cant be bothered with swapping discs on games that i know i will be playing for a long time until resale value is virtually non existent.
#18
BuzzDuraband
andysmoore
Is the Tesco deal still on? Or has that ended?

£46.


i bought it in tesco 2 days ago for £32 instore.
#19
fisi22
Rise of the Tomb Raider
Fallout 4
Dishonored II
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition £22.99
Battlefield 1 £32.99
Uncharted 4 £24.99
Titanfall 2 £29.99
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare £32.99
FIFA 17 £26.99
Grand Theft Auto V £21.99
Watch Dogs 2 £29.99
Final Fantasy XV £32.99
its %30 ,40% ,50%,60% off the normal price depending on game
Any evidence yet?
#20
BuzzDuraband
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
It'll probably blow your mind knowing I paid £54.99 then.

You must be mad if that was for a download.

I just can't understand why anyone would buy a download,especially when quite often they cost even more than a physical copy.

These days you even have to walk to a shop to buy or sell a physical copy so I can only guess downloads appeal to peaople who can't wait.

I've heard the argument about physical copies can be damaged,but personally I'm old enough to know how to handle a CD,maybe it's an issue for others.
#21
keejoonc
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.

im tempted to sell my physical copy and get this. cant be bothered with swapping discs on games that i know i will be playing for a long time until resale value is virtually non existent.

Can't be bothered with swapping discs,my god how lazy has the world become.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #22
Biggunspaul
BuzzDuraband
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
It'll probably blow your mind knowing I paid £54.99 then.
You must be mad if that was for a download.
I just can't understand why anyone would buy a download,especially when quite often they cost even more than a physical copy.
These days you even have to walk to a shop to buy or sell a physical copy so I can only guess downloads appeal to peaople who can't wait.
I've heard the argument about physical copies can be damaged,but personally I'm old enough to know how to handle a CD,maybe it's an issue for others.

It's not about price or damage, just the convenience of having them there ready to play. I very rarely purchase physical copies (I currently have Skyrim and Battleborn).

I very rarely sell physical games and/or trade them in, and if I do it's because I've acquired the digital copy of said game. Forza Horizon 3 and Titanfall 2 have cost me similar prices recently, but they will be with me until the end of the consoles life.

Different strokes for different folks mate, I fully understand people's need for physical copies, I'm just not one of them.
#23
keejoonc
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
im tempted to sell my physical copy and get this. cant be bothered with swapping discs on games that i know i will be playing for a long time until resale value is virtually non existent.
I feel the same and just think some people can afford to loose that small trade in value and as they've actually paid for and got value out of the game that loss doesn't sit on their conscience. :p
#24
paulj48
keejoonc
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
im tempted to sell my physical copy and get this. cant be bothered with swapping discs on games that i know i will be playing for a long time until resale value is virtually non existent.
I feel the same and just think some people can afford to loose that small trade in value and as they've actually paid for and got value out of the game that loss doesn't sit on their conscience. :p

I can more than afford to lose money on a download game,just don't see what the point of spending more money than it would cost to buy it physically,and have the added bonus of being able to sell it on if the game turned out to be rubbish,like the latest call of duty ;)

Anyway each to their own I suppose
#25
Biggunspaul
keejoonc
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
im tempted to sell my physical copy and get this. cant be bothered with swapping discs on games that i know i will be playing for a long time until resale value is virtually non existent.
Can't be bothered with swapping discs,my god how lazy has the world become.

How short sighted are you? I hardly bought any digital games, if any, but I certainly see the value of buying digital games if it's something you will play to death. I spent more than 100 hours on BF4 over 3 years and it's not even worth selling the disc so in hindsight it would have been much better if I just bought a digital game in the first place.
Also, if you use remote play, what is the point of remote play if you have to ensure the right disc is in the console everytime you want to play something?



Edited By: keejoonc on Dec 09, 2016 15:12
#26
How do I get Deluxe Edition for £35.14 When its only lets me buy a £40 topup?

This should be £35.14 + £2.99 = £38.13 in Total for Deluxe Edition.......or am i missing something?
#27
keejoonc
Biggunspaul
keejoonc
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
im tempted to sell my physical copy and get this. cant be bothered with swapping discs on games that i know i will be playing for a long time until resale value is virtually non existent.
Can't be bothered with swapping discs,my god how lazy has the world become.
How short sighted are you? I hardly bought any digital games, if any, but I certainly see the value of buying digital games if it's something you will play to death. I spent more than 100 hours on BF4 over 3 years and it's not even worth selling the disc so in hindsight it would have been much better if I just bought a digital game in the first place.
If you also use. Also, if you use remote play, what is the point of remote play if you have to ensure the right disc is in the console everytime you want to play something?

You ask how short sighted am I,well I commented on the small amount of information you posted,if you had explained yourself better than maybe I would have commented in a different way.
#28
paulj48
keejoonc
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
im tempted to sell my physical copy and get this. cant be bothered with swapping discs on games that i know i will be playing for a long time until resale value is virtually non existent.
I feel the same and just think some people can afford to loose that small trade in value and as they've actually paid for and got value out of the game that loss doesn't sit on their conscience. :p


Loose????? It's lose.
2 Likes #29
Biggunspaul
keejoonc
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.

im tempted to sell my physical copy and get this. cant be bothered with swapping discs on games that i know i will be playing for a long time until resale value is virtually non existent.

Can't be bothered with swapping discs,my god how lazy has the world become.


Don't know can't be bothered to answer :(
1 Like #30
Biggunspaul
keejoonc
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
im tempted to sell my physical copy and get this. cant be bothered with swapping discs on games that i know i will be playing for a long time until resale value is virtually non existent.
Can't be bothered with swapping discs,my god how lazy has the world become.
It's just about convenience, man. Why are you looking on HUKD, too lazy to scout all the top sites individually for good deals? Why tell Siri/Google to set a timer for that egg to boil, too lazy to tap on the screen twice?
#31
Biggunspaul
BuzzDuraband
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
It'll probably blow your mind knowing I paid £54.99 then.
You must be mad if that was for a download.
I just can't understand why anyone would buy a download,especially when quite often they cost even more than a physical copy.
These days you even have to walk to a shop to buy or sell a physical copy so I can only guess downloads appeal to peaople who can't wait.
I've heard the argument about physical copies can be damaged,but personally I'm old enough to know how to handle a CD,maybe it's an issue for others.

Well as I am running out of space on my gaming shelves again I can certainly see the attraction of digital games. If digital games were more competitively priced on console I would have gone mainly digital this gen for sure. Sometimes I like a physical item in regards to collectors editions but most of the time I couldn't care less.
#32
Works out cheaper to buy the £35 gift card from CDKeys, it's currently on offer and costs £31.25 with the 5% discount code! So you can keep the £2 or so in your wallet 

Edited By: amyvx on Dec 09, 2016 17:21: More info added
#33
Terroface
Biggunspaul
keejoonc
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
im tempted to sell my physical copy and get this. cant be bothered with swapping discs on games that i know i will be playing for a long time until resale value is virtually non existent.
Can't be bothered with swapping discs,my god how lazy has the world become.
It's just about convenience, man. Why are you looking on HUKD, too lazy to scout all the top sites individually for good deals? Why tell Siri/Google to set a timer for that egg to boil, too lazy to tap on the screen twice?

I use HUKD to post up deals that other people can take advantage of,that is not convenient for me in any way.

And I don't use Siri.

When I do use HUKD for my own gain,I'm not paying a premium to do so,infact it's FREE ! so in other words you pay extra to have the convenience of a digital download,so not really the same to compare it to a FREE site.AND leaning forward to insert a CD is hardly much effort compared to going around every high street shop to look at prices.


Edited By: Biggunspaul on Dec 09, 2016 18:14: Added text
#34
SVRich
Biggunspaul
BuzzDuraband
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
It'll probably blow your mind knowing I paid £54.99 then.
You must be mad if that was for a download.
I just can't understand why anyone would buy a download,especially when quite often they cost even more than a physical copy.
These days you even have to walk to a shop to buy or sell a physical copy so I can only guess downloads appeal to peaople who can't wait.
I've heard the argument about physical copies can be damaged,but personally I'm old enough to know how to handle a CD,maybe it's an issue for others.
Well as I am running out of space on my gaming shelves again I can certainly see the attraction of digital games. If digital games were more competitively priced on console I would have gone mainly digital this gen for sure. Sometimes I like a physical item in regards to collectors editions but most of the time I couldn't care less.

I agree they would be more appealing if they were competitively priced,but they are not,why they are not far cheaper than a physical CD I have no idea,I would think that it would be far more expensive to sell a CD as they have over heads like producing the actual product,transportation of the product,and if an actual high street shop then there is a shop to pay for and a staff to pay.
#35
How is the deluxe version £35.14? You only get that amount if you apply the discount on the £40 voucher but the game costs £42.99.
#36
Bahaha what a joke
#37
screw digital. spent hundreds on ps3 digital. good luck transferring this to a ps5
#38
Wigwam851
screw digital. spent hundreds on ps3 digital. good luck transferring this to a ps5


What and you think the disc will work in a PS5 If the Digital version doesn't?

Edited By: SVRich on Dec 09, 2016 19:50: typp
#39
Biggunspaul
SVRich
Biggunspaul
BuzzDuraband
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
It'll probably blow your mind knowing I paid £54.99 then.
You must be mad if that was for a download.
I just can't understand why anyone would buy a download,especially when quite often they cost even more than a physical copy.
These days you even have to walk to a shop to buy or sell a physical copy so I can only guess downloads appeal to peaople who can't wait.
I've heard the argument about physical copies can be damaged,but personally I'm old enough to know how to handle a CD,maybe it's an issue for others.
Well as I am running out of space on my gaming shelves again I can certainly see the attraction of digital games. If digital games were more competitively priced on console I would have gone mainly digital this gen for sure. Sometimes I like a physical item in regards to collectors editions but most of the time I couldn't care less.

I agree they would be more appealing if they were competitively priced,but they are not,why they are not far cheaper than a physical CD I have no idea,I would think that it would be far more expensive to sell a CD as they have over heads like producing the actual product,transportation of the product,and if an actual high street shop then there is a shop to pay for and a staff to pay.


I thought everybody understood this by now. It's got nothing to do with the actual costs of either method, it's about Sony wanting to keep the gaming eco-system intact. Can't imagine it will stay that way for many more years mind.
1 Like #40
WhoThrowsAShoe
Biggunspaul
SVRich
Biggunspaul
BuzzDuraband
Biggunspaul
Sorry to go against the grain but I think £32.99 for a download (that can't be resold/traded in) is a rip off.
It'll probably blow your mind knowing I paid £54.99 then.
You must be mad if that was for a download.
I just can't understand why anyone would buy a download,especially when quite often they cost even more than a physical copy.
These days you even have to walk to a shop to buy or sell a physical copy so I can only guess downloads appeal to peaople who can't wait.
I've heard the argument about physical copies can be damaged,but personally I'm old enough to know how to handle a CD,maybe it's an issue for others.
Well as I am running out of space on my gaming shelves again I can certainly see the attraction of digital games. If digital games were more competitively priced on console I would have gone mainly digital this gen for sure. Sometimes I like a physical item in regards to collectors editions but most of the time I couldn't care less.
I agree they would be more appealing if they were competitively priced,but they are not,why they are not far cheaper than a physical CD I have no idea,I would think that it would be far more expensive to sell a CD as they have over heads like producing the actual product,transportation of the product,and if an actual high street shop then there is a shop to pay for and a staff to pay.
I thought everybody understood this by now. It's got nothing to do with the actual costs of either method, it's about Sony wanting to keep the gaming eco-system intact. Can't imagine it will stay that way for many more years mind.

I think you made a mistake,I've edited your post for you ;)

I thought everybody understood this by now. It's got nothing to do with the actual costs of either method, it's about Sony wanting to keep the ££££££££££ intact. Can't imagine it will stay that way for many more years mind.

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