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Gigabyte Game Voucher: Battlefield 4 PC £11.58 @ Office Nerd
Gigabyte Game Voucher: Battlefield 4 PC £11.58 @ Office Nerd

Gigabyte Game Voucher: Battlefield 4 PC £11.58 @ Office Nerd

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Voucher seems to be delivered then redeemed online.....

By far the cheapest I have seen Battlefield 4 on PC
Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

Sent via post free 3-5 days £3.99 nextday but be aware that the promotion may have finished and the codes maybe unclaimable.
- polly69

Battlefield 4 digital download game expires April 30, 2014
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bargain!

Nice price, have some heat bud (and don't forget the competition)

http://i.imgur.com/6Atp8A5.jpg

Nice

anyone done this? is it legit??

They likely fitted Gigabyte video cards to the new computers of a school/corporate customer and are now selling off the vouchers that came bundled for FREE with them.
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 26th Apr 2014

TheLycanPrince

anyone done this? is it legit??



highly doubt this is legit

these vouchers expire at the end of this month, I guarantee it. DO NOT BUY.

source: I read the small print of these vouchers at work, they came free with Gigabyte graphics cards


Edited by: "Naralie" 26th Apr 2014

Probably safer to just do the Mexico trick.

RockGod117

Probably safer to just do the Mexico trick.



What mexico trick? the game is $40 on the origin mexico store?

If these expire the end of the month and the earliest they dispatch is the 28th all you need is it to take a couple of days to arrive and the code will be no good £11.58 down the drain as i doubt you would get a refund for it if its actually delivered. According to the claim page it expires 31st March.

The promotion expires March 31, 2014 or when supply of Product Codes is exhausted, whichever occurs first. LIMIT: One (1) Product Code per person per eligible product purchased
gigabyte.us/Mic…tml

Cold and should be expired.

Edited by: "polly69" 26th Apr 2014

polly69

If these expire the end of the month and the earliest they dispatch is … If these expire the end of the month and the earliest they dispatch is the 28th all you need is it to take a couple of days to arrive and the code will be no good £11.58 down the drain as i doubt you would get a refund for it if its actually delivered.Cold and should be expired.



Why would CD codes expire? There's no history of that with BF4. And since it's a game code, it's sent by email, not snail mail.

Don't vote cold and remark that posts should be expired if you don't know what you're talking about.

Edit: the PROMOTION is their sale of the CD keys. The CD keys don't expire, only the sale does.
Edited by: "MSPreacher" 26th Apr 2014

MSPreacher

Why would CD codes expire? There's no history of that with BF4. And since … Why would CD codes expire? There's no history of that with BF4. And since it's a game code, it's sent by email, not snail mail.



Where does it say dispatched via email? it says on the page Product Type: Game Voucher
Next Day Delivery Available. Order by 2PM i dont see anything that suggests sent via email and until im shown otherwise its untrue and has anyone bought one to confirm it, the page says nowhere that its sent via email code.

Edited by: "polly69" 26th Apr 2014

polly69

Where does it say dispatched via email? it says on the page Product … Where does it say dispatched via email? it says on the page Product Type: Game Voucher Next Day Delivery Available. Order by 2PM i dont see anything that suggests sent via email.



I've never once seen a website/seller send a game code by mail, when it's just a string of characters that you enter on a website (e.g., Origin or Steam; in this case, Origin). Voucher is just a term they use. I'll bet my left nut that these codes don't expire, even if it does turn out that they're sent by mail. Simply because there's absolutely no history of BF4 CD keys expiring (I've never heard of CD keys for games expiring in general).

Again, it's the sale that's going to expire. Naturally so, because this is a great price for a BF4 key.
Edited by: "MSPreacher" 26th Apr 2014

MSPreacher

I've never once seen a website/seller send a game code by mail, when it's … I've never once seen a website/seller send a game code by mail, when it's just a string of characters that you enter on a website (e.g., Origin or Steam; in this case, Origin). Voucher is just a term they use. I'll bet my left nut that these codes don't expire, even if it does turn out that they're sent by mail. Simply because there's absolutely no history of BF4 CD keys expiring (I've never heard of CD keys for games expiring in general).



I know what your saying but the webpage states otherwise and ive took it to checkout and shipping is free 3-5 days so would be expired if you want it next day its £3.99 i think it would say at checkout and wouldnt expect shipping payments for a email code.

polly69

I know what your saying but the webpage states otherwise and ive took it … I know what your saying but the webpage states otherwise and ive took it to checkout and shipping is free 3-5 days so would be expired if you want it next day its £3.99 i think it would say at checkout and wouldnt expect shipping payments for a email code.



I've seen a lot of websites like this. They're just really crappy and they don't have anything built-in to handle exceptions like this. The shipping is free anyway -- next day delivery option is probably there because, again, their website's crap and they didn't disable it for digital content like key codes. That or it might be an option to ensure that one of their employees gets off his **** and sends you the code guaranteed by the next day.

Either way though, even if they do send it by mail (I really don't see why), no one here should be afraid that their code's going to expire.

MSPreacher

I've seen a lot of websites like this. They're just really crappy and … I've seen a lot of websites like this. They're just really crappy and they don't have anything built-in to handle exceptions like this. The shipping is free anyway -- next day delivery option is probably there because, again, their website's crap and they didn't disable it for digital content like key codes. That or it might be an option to ensure that one of their employees gets off his **** and sends you the code guaranteed by the next day.Either way though, even if they do send it by mail (I really don't see why), no one here should be afraid that their code's going to expire.



Free delivery is 3-5 days if you want it nextday its £3.99 and the free code should of expired already if you check the webpage.

polly69

Free delivery is 3-5 days if you want it nextday its £3.99 and the free … Free delivery is 3-5 days if you want it nextday its £3.99 and the free code should of expired already if you check the webpage.



If they send it by email, doesn't matter.

If they're stupid and send it by standard mail (3-5 days), it still doesn't matter because game codes don't expire, sales expire.

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ayeup1

What mexico trick? the game is $40 on the origin mexico store?



It appears to have expired now

MSPreacher

If they send it by email, doesn't matter.If they're stupid and send it by … If they send it by email, doesn't matter.If they're stupid and send it by standard mail (3-5 days), it still doesn't matter because game codes don't expire, sales expire.



I dont understand why you are even arguing, game codes do expire when they were issued free as bundles this wasn't a purchased item it was a freebie given with some GPU's as a added bonus they were never meant to be sold please read higher comments on it, its not like you bought a code from steam or origin. They cant be claimed after a certain date and it says so on the webpage for the Gigabyte card. Have you ever had a code that cant be claimed? i have on my consoles and its told me straight that the promotion has finished ive had loads of GPUs with free games and the codes expire. Do me a favour and follow my link and read the T&C at the bottom then come back and tell me im wrong.

sites.amd.com/us/…spx
Edited by: "polly69" 26th Apr 2014

MSPreacher

Don't vote cold and remark that posts should be expired if you don't know … Don't vote cold and remark that posts should be expired if you don't know what you're talking about.Edit: the PROMOTION is their sale of the CD keys. The CD keys don't expire, only the sale does.



Please don't try and argue in favour of making people waste their money when you CLEARLY don't know what you're talking about. This is not a CD key site, this is a GIGABYTE promotional paper physical voucher, given away free with GIGABYTE GPUs. The scratch-off panel on the voucher reveals a code, this is the code you need to enter online, on a promotional page that stops giving out the actual BF4 codes at the end of this month.

Since you would have paid for a voucher and received a voucher as advertised, and judging by their trustpilot reviews, chances of refund are slim. Anyone who has ordered, it would be wise to cancel before dispatch!

This expires end of April, the XFX ones expired at the end of March.


Edited by: "Naralie" 26th Apr 2014

polly69

I dont understand why you are even arguing, game codes do expire when … I dont understand why you are even arguing, game codes do expire when they were issued free as bundles this wasn't a purchased item it was a freebie given with some GPU's as a added bonus they were never meant to be sold please read higher comments on it, its not like you bought a code from steam or origin. They cant be claimed after a certain date and it says so on the webpage for the Gigabyte card. Have you ever had a code that cant be claimed? i have on my consoles and its told me straight that the promotion has finished ive had loads of GPUs with free games and the codes expire. Do me a favour and follow my link and read the T&C at the bottom then come back and tell me im wrong.http://sites.amd.com/us/promo/battlefield/Pages/battlefield4.aspx



I didn't notice that it was a GPU code at first. I suppose that's fair enough then, but they'd probably just email you the code -- don't think I've ever seen any company or seller actually posting a code (even the ones from GPUs). If anyone wants to be absolutely sure, they could just phone them up and ask...

Naralie

Please don't try and argue in favour of making people waste their money … Please don't try and argue in favour of making people waste their money when others know better. this is a GIGABYTE promotional paper physical voucher, given away free with GIGABYTE GPUs. The scratch-off panel on the voucher reveals a code, this is the code that expires. The code that lets you claim the actual BF4 code.This expires end of April, the XFX ones expired at the end of March. /facepalm



Nothing of which changes the fact that sellers usually just email you the code themselves. Do you think they're going to bother to post it for you (at their own cost, since standard delivery is free to you) if they can just scratch off the code and email it to you? It's what practically every CD key reseller does (whether the key comes from a GPU giveaway or elsewhere). You could just contact the merchant to confirm before buying, so...

polly69

I dont understand why you are even arguing, game codes do expire when … I dont understand why you are even arguing, game codes do expire when they were issued free as bundles this wasn't a purchased item it was a freebie given with some GPU's as a added bonus they were never meant to be sold please read higher comments on it, its not like you bought a code from steam or origin. They cant be claimed after a certain date and it says so on the webpage for the Gigabyte card. Have you ever had a code that cant be claimed? i have on my consoles and its told me straight that the promotion has finished ive had loads of GPUs with free games and the codes expire. Do me a favour and follow my link and read the T&C at the bottom then come back and tell me im wrong.http://sites.amd.com/us/promo/battlefield/Pages/battlefield4.aspx



This ^

People have to remember that this isn't an Origin CD-key, it's a code you have to use on AMD's site, to then unlock the Origin code.

Why has this deal been "Expired"?

I've just visited their web site and the deal is still on at the same price and saying it's in stock.

Me thinks someone has thrown their rattle out of the their pram because they couldn't get their own way in an argument.

MalAdjustedMal

Why has this deal been "Expired"?I've just visited their web site and the … Why has this deal been "Expired"?I've just visited their web site and the deal is still on at the same price and saying it's in stock.Me thinks someone has thrown their rattle out of the their pram because they couldn't get their own way in an argument.



see the above comments

So did anyones code actually work?
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