Assassins Creed: Origins (PC) FREE (RRP £44.99) with Samsung SSD's starting from (around) £79.97 (250GB eBuyer)
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Assassins Creed: Origins (PC) FREE (RRP £44.99) with Samsung SSD's starting from (around) £79.97 (250GB eBuyer)

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Expires on 08/01/2018Edited by:"theworldofgames"Found 18th Oct
assassins-creed-origins-redeem.ubi.com/login

This seems like a pretty nifty deal, and could mean picking up an SSD from a pretty cheap price when you total up how much you're getting.

'Participants who purchase a new (i.e. not second hand) Samsung Solid State Drive included in the table below (each a “Promotion Product”) from a participating retailer included in the table below (each a “Participating Retailer”) within the Promotion Period will be entitled to claim a Ubisoft© code (“Reward Code”) which can be used to redeem one (1) free licensed digital copy of Assassin’s Creed © Origins PC Standard Edition, available to download from 27th October 2017 (the “Content”).'

Link to terms: images.samsung.com/is/…pdf

Products include:

850 EVO 250GB MZ-75E250B/EU
850 EVO 250GB MZ-75E250R/W
850 EVO 500GB MZ-75E500B/EU
850 EVO 500GB MZ-75E500RW
850 EVO 1TB MZ-75E1T0B/EU
850 EVO 2TB MZ-75E2T0B/EU
850 EVO 4TB MZ-75E4T0B/EU
960 PRO 512GB MZ-V6P512BW
960 PRO 1TB MZ-V6P1T0BW
960 PRO 2TB MZ-V6P2T0BW
960 EVO 250GB MZ-V6E250BW
960 EVO 500GB MZ-V6E500BW
960 EVO 1TB MZ-V6E1T0BW
T5 250GB MU-PA250B/EU
T5 500GB MU-PA500B/EU
T5 1TB MU-PA1T0B/EU
T5 2TB MU-PA2T0B/EU

Participating Retailers:

Retail stores:
- Dixons / Currys PC World
- Game

Online stores:
- Dixons / Currys PC World
- Maplin
- Ebuyer
- Scan
- CCL
- Novatech
- BT Shop
- PC Specialist
- Chillblast (Decision logic)
- Cyberpower
- Littlewoods
- Very
- Box Ltd
- Gladiator PC

This deal doesn't seem heavily advertised, and started on the 13th October so if you bought an SSD from Samsung in the last 5 days, you're in luck! Go redeem Assassins Creed

Top comments

It's making me consider an SSD when I already have one and don't need another.

Just.Wondering18th Oct

Anything stopping you ordering, using the code for the game and sending …Anything stopping you ordering, using the code for the game and sending the ssd back?


Yes, a sense of personal integrity.
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Bought one at the beginning of October! Should have waited! Oh well, good deal. Heat

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aMidnightFalcon9 m ago

Bought one at the beginning of October! Should have waited! Oh well, good …Bought one at the beginning of October! Should have waited! Oh well, good deal. Heat


Maybe message them? If it was close to the 13th they might still accept it, as theoretically you can just threaten to return it and buy another one

It's making me consider an SSD when I already have one and don't need another.

Chaoscontrol7 m ago

It's making me consider an SSD when I already have one and don't need …It's making me consider an SSD when I already have one and don't need another.



same here, was already getting origins so maybe i should just get the ssd as it would make it half price pretty much

aMidnightFalcon50 m ago

Bought one at the beginning of October! Should have waited! Oh well, good …Bought one at the beginning of October! Should have waited! Oh well, good deal. Heat

Same. Literally bought one last week.

You win some you lose some...

Really want a 250Gb but have no interest in Assassins Creed. What is the monetising value in that?

Been waiting to buy an SSD. Not sure if I should jump on this for the game or wait to see if they drop for the sales.

Don't Very do a 20% off your first order kind of deal? Can you apply that to his?
Edited by: "SomeRandomISHere" 18th Oct

how do you claim for the code? it doesnt look like its advertised on any of the sites, and not on the product info.

According to the T&C the promotion period goes on until 8th January, so you could wait for a sale, unless you're desperate to play AC Origins at launch.

Hmm tend to only buy from Amazon due to good customer services

Anything stopping you ordering, using the code for the game and sending the ssd back?

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skidillydoo19 m ago

how do you claim for the code? it doesnt look like its advertised on any …how do you claim for the code? it doesnt look like its advertised on any of the sites, and not on the product info.


Click 'Get deal' I linked the redemption site there

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Just.Wondering8 m ago

Anything stopping you ordering, using the code for the game and sending …Anything stopping you ordering, using the code for the game and sending the ssd back?


Unfortunately in theory, according to this term:

"If you return your Promotion Product after submitting a Claim, your Claim will be invalid. You must immediately cancel the Claim by contacting the relevant Participating Retailer with your Reward Code. The Promoter reserves the right to check with any Participating Retailer whether a Promotion Product has been returned and, by submitting a Claim, you provide consent for the Promoter to do so."

They would be able to take the code away from your Ubisoft account (something that Ubisoft can actually do; they've done it before when many people purchased pirated codes from G2A for Far Cry 4 (Google it)). You could try it, but I ain't promising it'll work

theworldofgames17 m ago

Click 'Get deal' I linked the redemption site there


the link takes you to the code redemption. the question is, how do you get the code in the first place considering all the vendors do not list the game as part of the product bundle, nor is this deal on their site (despite the T&C stating it is)

skidillydoo3 m ago

the link takes you to the code redemption. the question is, how do you get …the link takes you to the code redemption. the question is, how do you get the code in the first place considering all the vendors do not list the game as part of the product bundle, nor is this deal on their site (despite the T&C stating it is)


Its in the BT Shop site

Taken from the SSD page
Epic worlds. Epic performance.
Buy a qualifying SSD for a free download of Assassin’s Creed Origins.
Once you’ve purchased and received your product you need to email duncsdeals@shop.bt.com with the following: name, email address, Sales Order Number. You will then receive a follow up email within 24 hours with your code to obtain your free game.


Valid 13th October 2017 to 8th January 2018.
Online redemption and T&Cs apply.
Edited by: "Blackhorse" 18th Oct

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Blackhorse3 m ago

Its in the BT Shop siteTaken from the SSD page Epic worlds. Epic …Its in the BT Shop siteTaken from the SSD page Epic worlds. Epic performance.Buy a qualifying SSD for a free download of Assassin’s Creed Origins. Once you’ve purchased and received your product you need to email duncsdeals@shop.bt.com with the following: name, email address, Sales Order Number. You will then receive a follow up email within 24 hours with your code to obtain your free game.Valid 13th October 2017 to 8th January 2018. Online redemption and T&Cs apply.


Exactly what this is, but for each seller. It does briefly say this in the terms:

Participating Retailers will provide Reward Codes either by email to the email address provided by the Participant, or as a printed voucher alongside delivery of the Promotion Product to the Participant. If the Promotion Product is purchased from: a. Maplin, the Participant must email Maplin separately at technical@maplin.co.uk and provide the Participant’s name, contact number and order reference number in order to receive the Reward Code; or b. the Currys PC World online store, the Participant will receive their Reward Code by email within two (2) weeks from the date of purchase.

Just a quick tip..I did this same deal for my Samsung EVO SSD for The Division and it was a nightmare claiming the game.

They claimed the code should be supplied by the retailer and the retailer claimed the code should be in the box. Uplay / Ubisoft refused to honour the sale and I had to physically go into a Curry's to get it sorted.

Took around 3 weeks and hours of calls and emails to get it resolved.

Just my experience. YMMV.
Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 18th Oct

perfect just ordered one from ebuyer + 1.5% cashback via topcashback.

brainsys1 h, 37 m ago

Really want a 250Gb but have no interest in Assassins Creed. What is the …Really want a 250Gb but have no interest in Assassins Creed. What is the monetising value in that?


Sell the PC version of Assassins Creed Origins for about £25-40? (PC games are usually cheaper than console games and sometimes have insane sales for launch games, which is why I suggested a price range instead of a more certain price)

brainsys1 h, 38 m ago

Really want a 250Gb but have no interest in Assassins Creed. What is the …Really want a 250Gb but have no interest in Assassins Creed. What is the monetising value in that?


I would love it if you don't want

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hass12329 m ago

Sell the PC version of Assassins Creed Origins for about £25-40? (PC games …Sell the PC version of Assassins Creed Origins for about £25-40? (PC games are usually cheaper than console games and sometimes have insane sales for launch games, which is why I suggested a price range instead of a more certain price)


I'm assuming you can just sell the code given to you by the seller of the SSD, then they can type it into the promotion page and get a code. Not sure though. Could sell for £30+ though

Cracking deal. Anyone after the most cost effective M.2 with confirmation of offer:

960 EVO 250GB MZ-V6E250BW

novatech.co.uk/pro…tml

£115.80 delivered with 1.7% Quidco (£1.64) = £114.16 if tracked.

Hot deal for those looking to buy the game right away as its circa £40. Unfortunately I need to now buy an M.2 Motherboard...

So tempted....I don't need the storage but I was going to buy the game on launch. DAMN decisions...

Need an extra ssd, was interested in origins. It's this deal also valid for orders outside of the uk? Any of those retailers ship to mainland Europe?

theworldofgames13 h, 0 m ago

I'm assuming you can just sell the code given to you by the seller of the …I'm assuming you can just sell the code given to you by the seller of the SSD, then they can type it into the promotion page and get a code. Not sure though. Could sell for £30+ though


Gotta be careful though if you’re selling the code on eBay, they don’t protect sellers for digital code content and they always favour the buyer, even if the buyer used the code,downloaded and played the content.

hass1236 m ago

Gotta be careful though if you’re selling the code on eBay, they don’t pro …Gotta be careful though if you’re selling the code on eBay, they don’t protect sellers for digital code content and they always favour the buyer, even if the buyer used the code,downloaded and played the content.



Unless you post it as well - but post it tracked delivery (printout of the code is fine) and don't email the code until sent via post

skidillydoo15 h, 22 m ago

how do you claim for the code? it doesnt look like its advertised on any …how do you claim for the code? it doesnt look like its advertised on any of the sites, and not on the product info.

I ordered the 500gb from novatech.A little more expensive than some of the other sites but actually mentions the game andI think it's worth that little extra at £154.15.

Anyone spotted any good deals on the 1tb version?

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lrbaumard46 m ago

Anyone spotted any good deals on the 1tb version?


Unfortuantely not, they all seem pretty darn expensive right now.

When using the code it gives you the option for xbox and ps4... Do you think it would work? Hope someone tests it out ^^

is the code meant to come in the box?

type105x15 h, 39 m ago

When using the code it gives you the option for xbox and ps4... Do you …When using the code it gives you the option for xbox and ps4... Do you think it would work? Hope someone tests it out ^^


The T&C says PC so i won't risk it!

I was interested in picking up a 250 GB EVO from PC World over the weekend but just spoke with live chat who said it is only valid on online or pay and collect orders, not instore or click and collect. This condradicts the T&Cs as they are listed as both retail and online.

Would be interested if anyone else knows otherwise, especially as I've just missed the delivery deadline for Scan!

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bungler5 h, 45 m ago

I was interested in picking up a 250 GB EVO from PC World over the weekend …I was interested in picking up a 250 GB EVO from PC World over the weekend but just spoke with live chat who said it is only valid on online or pay and collect orders, not instore or click and collect. This condradicts the T&Cs as they are listed as both retail and online.Would be interested if anyone else knows otherwise, especially as I've just missed the delivery deadline for Scan!

Go back to them, terms and conditions in hand, and complain?

pcgamer201419 h, 30 m ago

The T&C says PC so i won't risk it!


yeah, I just dont want to play it on pc as they have said it runs crap -.- even know that could be a pile of marketing bull

so where is the best place to sell a code then, in terms of getting the best price for it?

bungler20th Oct

I was interested in picking up a 250 GB EVO from PC World over the weekend …I was interested in picking up a 250 GB EVO from PC World over the weekend but just spoke with live chat who said it is only valid on online or pay and collect orders, not instore or click and collect. This condradicts the T&Cs as they are listed as both retail and online.Would be interested if anyone else knows otherwise, especially as I've just missed the delivery deadline for Scan!


I’ve just done a click and collect order and spoke to the sales women at the till who went to speak to her manager, who printed off the in store promotional material which says in the T&Cs (in store) customer needs to provide an email address which the redemption code will be sent to.

suprised they’d had the material hidden away
Edited by: "JLA92" 22nd Oct

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Cocksy14 h, 58 m ago

so where is the best place to sell a code then, in terms of getting the …so where is the best place to sell a code then, in terms of getting the best price for it?


eBay? :P

Would cex buy codes?
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