Far Cry 4 - Limited Edition - PS4 or Xbox One - £20.35 @ HMV.ie with Code VC20OFF
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Far Cry 4 - Limited Edition - PS4 or Xbox One - £20.35 @ HMV.ie with Code VC20OFF

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Found 31st Mar 2015
Great price for this game. Price is €34.99 but using the code VC20OFF brings it down to €27.99 including postage which works out at £20.35 although slight currency conversion charges may apply depending on your bank.

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Original Poster

Right in to this game atm, there are however lots of bugs that can get really annoying that one would expect to have been patched this far in to the games life!

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mattoligy

Right in to this game atm, there are however lots of bugs that can get … Right in to this game atm, there are however lots of bugs that can get really annoying that one would expect to have been patched this far in to the games life!



Same! Haven't come across any bugs though, you on PS4 or XO?

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oldskooler75

CommentSame! Haven't come across any bugs though, you on PS4 or XO?



PS4! Got stuck under the water when a crocodile attacked me and ended up swimming under a sheet of rocks and couldn't surface so died, had guns stick and not be able to change them, seen areas where there's grass just floating mid air... I could go on! It feels like a quality beta tbh which seems to be the trend these days :-/

how much is the conversion?

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lLunchb0x

how much is the conversion?


£20.35 after conversion but this will vary from bank to bank and card to card as different rates are applied to all.

lLunchb0x

how much is the conversion?



Depends on your bank. Halifax do 2.75% conversion fee, £1.50 non sterling fee on debit I think

( halifax.co.uk/tra…ad/ )

Anyone know what Natwest do to you, the helpful bank....?

Out of curiosity I called Barclaycard and asked how much I would get charged for paying in EUR and was told that 28 Euro would work out to be about £21 because of the 2.99% conversion fee. Not sure how much it will cost when paying with debit card.

Didn't have any bugs on my playthrough. Great game.

Thanks

Bought, thank you. Already have it, but at that price I figured my son might like a random prezzy.

No fee charges if you have a Halifax clarity MasterCard!! Hot!!

Great game. Many hours of enjoyment to be had.

No longer available on the hmv site.

Mine was dispatched this morning so fingers crossed for sat delivery.

Anyone know if the post is effected massively over Easter?

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No more in stock.

Cost me £21.43 in the end.

I got the standard version (not limited edition)

Jon2015

I got the standard version (not limited edition)


I've just got mine today and I too got the standard edition not the limited as advertised. I've used their contact form to let them know. Wonder what they'll do?

Same, they are sending the standard edition. Will wait and see what they say.

HiroofTime

I've just got mine today and I too got the standard edition not the … I've just got mine today and I too got the standard edition not the limited as advertised. I've used their contact form to let them know. Wonder what they'll do?

Snap.

ghostm4n

Snap.



Snap x2

Snap x3
Also, my game was not sealed, already opened so I made an issue about that too. Could be second hand copies they are sending out. The cheek!
Edited by: "mecheekymonkey" 7th Apr 2015

mecheekymonkey

Snap x3Also, my game was not sealed, already opened so I made an issue … Snap x3Also, my game was not sealed, already opened so I made an issue about that too. Could be second hand copies they are sending out. The cheek!


Mine was sealed, definitely new.

Been advised to mark it 'return to sender' and put it in the post.
For anyone else I'd recommend not doing this as there's no proof of postage and it's unlikely to be taken seriously. They did offer an address, but you'd have to pay to send it and as it's their mistake I won't be doing that either! Have asked for a freepost address or returns label.
Out of interest did anyone else get an invoice/receipt in their package?

lemming3k

Been advised to mark it 'return to sender' and put it in the post.For … Been advised to mark it 'return to sender' and put it in the post.For anyone else I'd recommend not doing this as there's no proof of postage and it's unlikely to be taken seriously. They did offer an address, but you'd have to pay to send it and as it's their mistake I won't be doing that either! Have asked for a freepost address or returns label.Out of interest did anyone else get an invoice/receipt in their package?


Yes, but it's pretty basic looking one

mecheekymonkey

Yes, but it's pretty basic looking one



Yeah it was just a hard cardboard slip with a shipping label on the front. I'm not that fussed, only thing I've missed out on is the Harpoon gun. But I love the bow and arrow more than anything, I've used it exclusively so far until a Rhino Attacked me and I had to bust out Robocop's gun to take it out (took a while, just kept circling a tree so when he charged tree was between us!)

Weird, I didn't get anything but the game. Still not a bad price I guess, just feels a bit mis-sold.

jokers sent me normal game

Well they sure make it as awkward as possible to arrange a safe return for their mistake. Would like to know what 'reasonable costs' are when the cheapest international delivery is £5!

lemming3k

Well they sure make it as awkward as possible to arrange a safe return … Well they sure make it as awkward as possible to arrange a safe return for their mistake. Would like to know what 'reasonable costs' are when the cheapest international delivery is £5!


They told me to return it second class when i asked for a reyurns label, and then said they would refund the postage by cheque.

ghostm4n

They told me to return it second class when i asked for a reyurns label, … They told me to return it second class when i asked for a reyurns label, and then said they would refund the postage by cheque.


I assume you're in Ireland then? There's no 2nd class post internationally. The cheque I'm assuming will also be in Euros. Many banks don't cash cheques in foreign currency, if you're not in Ireland might want to check before you return the item.
After being told to use 'return to sender' I offered to 2nd class it to Newry, Northern Ireland(the return address on the package) as the cheapest return method to where they want, yet they're insisting on a Dublin address, and that I pay and get refunded by cheque. So I'll be out of pocket for a couple weeks, assuming a cheque actually arrives for the full amount, in pounds. Not sure why they can't just put it on my card, would be easier for them too.

It seems they want to cut corners by using a cheap untracked return method (in breach of their own terms), and when that's refused they're as awkward as possible. Not like I haven't tried to be helpful to them.

I'd be sure to get proof of postage btw, they've said 3 times to me they won't refund until they get the item (in breach of regulations). So you can be sure someone is going to get the "we never got it back" line.

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lemming3k

I assume you're in Ireland then? There's no 2nd class post … I assume you're in Ireland then? There's no 2nd class post internationally. The cheque I'm assuming will also be in Euros. Many banks don't cash cheques in foreign currency, if you're not in Ireland might want to check before you return the item.After being told to use 'return to sender' I offered to 2nd class it to Newry, Northern Ireland(the return address on the package) as the cheapest return method to where they want, yet they're insisting on a Dublin address, and that I pay and get refunded by cheque. So I'll be out of pocket for a couple weeks, assuming a cheque actually arrives for the full amount, in pounds. Not sure why they can't just put it on my card, would be easier for them too.It seems they want to cut corners by using a cheap untracked return method (in breach of their own terms), and when that's refused they're as awkward as possible. Not like I haven't tried to be helpful to them.I'd be sure to get proof of postage btw, they've said 3 times to me they won't refund until they get the item (in breach of regulations). So you can be sure someone is going to get the "we never got it back" line.


Doubt he's in Ireland as there's only a flat postage rate and no first / second class other than registered

He will be facing the same issues then.
As an aside, return to sender is also not valid for a parcel that has been opened and re-sealed, which of course it would be to check the contents.

Well they are ignoring me so tranding standards it is! Poor company.
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