Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (PS3, PS4,XBOX 360, XBOX ONE) & 3 month Playstation plus or £15 x box credit £40 @ Tesco Direct
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Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (PS3, PS4,XBOX 360, XBOX ONE) & 3 month Playstation plus or £15 x box credit £40 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 3rd Nov 2014
Tesco Direct are doing £5 off playstation and xbox currency when you buy advanced warfare.

Use code TDX-7KPG to get £10 off (new customer code, sign up with new email address if you are existing customer).

If getting ps3/ps4 with 3 month playstation plus add a £3 DVD or blu ray to take it up to £50 to apply £10 off.

Possible tcp and quidco, plus you can use clubcard boost to double up vouchers, I used a £20 voucher and got the bundle for nothing!

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Anyone know if you could do this to get free credit then return the game?

mrb30

Anyone know if you could do this to get free credit then return the game?



The curse of not being able to sleep means I've gine for it!

Will try and return the game and get my £40 back!

Good deal though.

mrb30

The curse of not being able to sleep means I've gine for it! Will try and … The curse of not being able to sleep means I've gine for it! Will try and return the game and get my £40 back! Good deal though.

never seen someone answer their own question :s

I too have gone for it, I didn't even think about returning game to Tesco but if you sell the game straight to CeX you've made £10 in Xbox Credit.

I used my boost points and paid £0 for the game my hubby will be impressed and ill get a good birthday prezzie ha ha shhh don't tell him to was free

Worked, had to sign out of existing account even though I clicked new customer. Heat added! ;-)
Edited by: "Crowbar" 3rd Nov 2014

You can get Cod for £30 through Tesco groceries - using £10 off £40 new customer code XXNAAG

tesco.com/gro…rch

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Don't work anymore as above

toonarmani

We're sorry...Your refinements did not match any products.Please refine … We're sorry...Your refinements did not match any products.Please refine your selection.



the websites still updating - if you add the products separately it will work rather than going via the deal link

confirm @8:18 adding them manually works

The single player is apparently only 5hrs. Also I played a preview of this at EGX and it's ok. So buy this, book it online into CEX to keep the price, play the measly 5hrs, then send it in? Get 3 months PSN free?

DancingMatt

The single player is apparently only 5hrs. Also I played a preview of … The single player is apparently only 5hrs. Also I played a preview of this at EGX and it's ok. So buy this, book it online into CEX to keep the price, play the measly 5hrs, then send it in? Get 3 months PSN free?


if your a COD fan you really don't take notice of campaign

shu123

if your a COD fan you really don't take notice of campaign



Not true, Original COD was all about the campaign.

Chanchi32

the websites still updating - if you add the products separately it will … the websites still updating - if you add the products separately it will work rather than going via the deal link



How did the op have £20 vouchers on a new account? Never used direct?

Heat added.
Edited by: "Bob_Green" 3rd Nov 2014

Don't work anymore as above

I used the voucher code £5 for pre-orders taking it from £40 to £35. I then used Tesco vouchers clubcard boost to get a £5 voucher boosted to £10 meaning I paid £25 overall. Now that's a good deal! The £10 off for new customers is mentioned countless times before

Ordered, I can wait for delivery, good deal.
Heat added.

Just worked for me, got 90 day sub, advance warfare and the smurfs blu ray for my lad all for £40.

Bumnut53

Not true, Original COD was all about the campaign.



Not true, its always been about the MP. Right from the very start of COD on the PC in 2003

mrb30

Anyone know if you could do this to get free credit then return the game?



another morally corrupt purchaser.


HOT DEAL BTW

If you have a game and a CEX within a mile of each other, GAME will price match and beat by a pound. This means you can get £39 in store credit for GAME meaning you can get 3 months psn + a hdmi cable + £39 credit for game for just one pound.

cnewlol

If you have a game and a CEX within a mile of each other, GAME will price … If you have a game and a CEX within a mile of each other, GAME will price match and beat by a pound. This means you can get £39 in store credit for GAME meaning you can get 3 months psn + a hdmi cable + £39 credit for game for just one pound.



Errrr... not quite

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cnewlol

If you have a game and a CEX within a mile of each other, GAME will price … If you have a game and a CEX within a mile of each other, GAME will price match and beat by a pound. This means you can get £39 in store credit for GAME meaning you can get 3 months psn + a hdmi cable + £39 credit for game for just one pound.



Something about the above doesn't make sense....

cnewlol

If you have a game and a CEX within a mile of each other, GAME will price … If you have a game and a CEX within a mile of each other, GAME will price match and beat by a pound. This means you can get £39 in store credit for GAME meaning you can get 3 months psn + a hdmi cable + £39 credit for game for just one pound.



No you can't.
You're forgetting your initial outlay. You could argue the psn and cable equate to £1 if you actually value GAME credit, however, credit in GAME is anything but worth the asking price because in GAME £39 gets you very little becasue they charge £50 for games, when in the real world, ie, pretty much anywhere else, it'll get you a game

rossington

Errrr... not quite



Pretty much. Once I've done so I'll post a picture if you really feel the need to contest something for the sake of doing so.

No you can't.You're forgetting your initial outlay. You could argue the … No you can't.You're forgetting your initial outlay. You could argue the psn and cable equate to £1 if you actually value GAME credit, however, credit in GAME is anything but worth the asking price because in GAME £39 gets you very little becasue they charge £50 for games, when in the real world, ie, pretty much anywhere else, it'll get you a game



That isn't a case of not getting what I have said? I've said if you do that then this is what you can get. I've not said it is worth more doing that and I haven't said you're better off doing so. I've literally just said you can do this and get this in return.

Thats ridiculous and pointless.

Doesnt matter anyway, tesco are out of stock.

I tried doing it through the groceries using using the £10 off and when I choose collect at store its only bringing up stores 15 miles away even though I have quite a few Tesco extra stores not too far.
anyone else had this

usetheforceluke

another morally corrupt purchaser.HOT DEAL BTW



oh please, it's all about getting the best deal, and my method is the best for me.

plus, how about the morally corrupt company over pricing and over hyping the same game every year!

iSM4SHxYOUx

never seen someone answer their own question :s



Not quite...still dont know if Tesco will accept my return and refund the £40!

cnewlol

If you have a game and a CEX within a mile of each other, GAME will price … If you have a game and a CEX within a mile of each other, GAME will price match and beat by a pound. This means you can get £39 in store credit for GAME meaning you can get 3 months psn + a hdmi cable + £39 credit for game for just one pound.



No it, means you can get 3 months PSN, HDMI cable and £39 credit in Game for £40

What good does this do you over keeping the original deal?
Edited by: "MungoSplodge" 3rd Nov 2014

Great deal, thanks for sharing it.

Hot. Thanks for the heads up, just ordered

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Delivery is Saturday 08/11/2014 so I'd rather go instore to get myself. Heat added though for deal

I miss the days of supermarket price wars on new games

Why cant you do delivery to store on this....?

Thanks, ordered even though I've just had the Atlas edition delivered :D. At £25 for the Game though, I couldn't resist for my dad's Christmas present :).

awesome! ordered!!!!

Dr Zoidberg

I miss the days of supermarket price wars on new games



That whole thing didn't last for very long. Sainsburys kicked it off and then pretty much bailed in that same year. Deals like this are probably the best that people can hope for now.

Thank you!
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