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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (Steam PC) 26p with code @ PlayTime via Gamivo
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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (Steam PC) 26p with code @ PlayTime via Gamivo

£0.26£1.8986%Gamivo Deals
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Posted 15th JanEdited by:"matwalaboy"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Use the code LEGOHARRY1-GAMIVO - tick off customer protection and pay using PayPal. Hard to go wrong for 26p in my view

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Massive credit to the OP at MyDealz for the code.

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MetaScore of 79 metacritic.com/gam…1-4

Steam Page store.steampowered.com/app…14/


Description
Build the adventure from Privet Drive to the Triwizard Tournament and experience the magic of the first four Harry Potter stories – LEGO style! Explore Hogwarts™ School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, learn spells, brew potions and relive the adventures like never before with tongue-in-cheek humor and creative customization that is unique to LEGO videogames!

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Features
  • Connect the bricks from the Privet Drive to the Triwizard Tournament and experience the magic of the Harry Potter™ adventures – LEGO style.
  • Play as Harry, Ron, and Hermione as well as other favorite characters.
  • Explore Hogwarts™ castle, Diagon Alley™, the forbidden Forest, the village of Hogsmeade™ and more.
  • Cast a spell with a friend and play through the first four stories as a team with Co-op play.

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I’m getting £1.33 instead of 26p. What am I doing wrong?
PeterWesolowski15/01/2020 14:42

I’m getting £1.33 instead of 26p. What am I doing wrong?


Ignore me, I need to select the “Playtime” seller
Thanks for this was looking at buying it the other day, heat added
PeterWesolowski15/01/2020 14:43

Ignore me, I need to select the “Playtime” seller


Paypal charges 37p for the transaction
PeterWesolowski15/01/2020 14:45

Paypal charges 37p for the transaction


I was not charged any extra apart from the game price of £0.26.
The other supplier has dropped the price by 1p and the coupon still works.
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robertmatthewwright15/01/2020 14:52

The other supplier has dropped the price by 1p and the coupon still works. …The other supplier has dropped the price by 1p and the coupon still works. [Image]


They were always that price, I picked playtime because of them having a much higher ratings - the extra 1p felt worth it
Heat & thanks - got it on a few other platforms but it'd be rude not to for 26p
I wish they would remaster this for the PC.
Thanks! Heat! 🔥🔥🔥
BubaMan15/01/2020 15:12

FYI Potterheads - A full HP RPG is about to hit Minecraft soon:[Video] …FYI Potterheads - A full HP RPG is about to hit Minecraft soon:[Video] https://www.trustedreviews.com/news/harry-potter-minecraft-rpg-3969802


Woohoo - this will be fun - thanks Buba
Thanks another game for the discord giveaways
Code not working now.
Code has expired.
You can still get it for 88p using the code 5JAN-LOWCY
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Also be aware of being charged to pay:
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Edited by: "dfb21" 15th Jan
There's a good amount of Lego games for less than 2/3 EUR. Unfortunately be aware of a few things:

1) They charge you extra depending on your payment method (as seen in @dfb21 's post).
2) When you're about to pay, the select for you and by default a subscription of 1.99EUR per month for some unknown service.
3) After I bought a number of games for around 13EUR, they sent me an email requesting a picture of my ID and a piece of paper with "gamivo.com" written on it.

This looks like amateur and dishonest hour, so I'm not trusting them with a copy of any of my IDs. I told them to refund the money and delete all my data (as you have to sign up to be able to buy)

The above may work for some, but I think it's important we're aware of these things.
pjperez15/01/2020 18:13

There's a good amount of Lego games for less than 2/3 EUR. Unfortunately …There's a good amount of Lego games for less than 2/3 EUR. Unfortunately be aware of a few things:1) They charge you extra depending on your payment method (as seen in @dfb21 's post). 2) When you're about to pay, the select for you and by default a subscription of 1.99EUR per month for some unknown service.3) After I bought a number of games for around 13EUR, they sent me an email requesting a picture of my ID and a piece of paper with "gamivo.com" written on it.This looks like amateur and dishonest hour, so I'm not trusting them with a copy of any of my IDs. I told them to refund the money and delete all my data (as you have to sign up to be able to buy)The above may work for some, but I think it's important we're aware of these things.


Fair points there mate and always good to raise awareness.

Replying for your specific points

For 1. Most key resellers charge an admin fee depending on the payment method used - for Gamivo when there is a code running (like it was in this case) PayPal has been usually made free. The screenshot from dfb21 was after the code expired and hence we see a charge on using PayPal too.
For 2. They select the subscription and protection for you by default, but you can unselect them both, guess in the end its on us to ensure we check what we are doing/being asked to pay for - buying in a frenzy is never suggested irrespective of whatever site we use. Even Amazon by default puts the next day delivery option etc. which is never free for example.
For 3. Some people have been asked for it - I have never had an issue, but yes that doesn't feel right - that said though I have also heard similar complaints for other key resellers like ElectronicFirst, CDKeys and InstantGaming to name a few - so make what you will of them.

Hope that clarifies.
pjperez15/01/2020 18:13

There's a good amount of Lego games for less than 2/3 EUR. Unfortunately …There's a good amount of Lego games for less than 2/3 EUR. Unfortunately be aware of a few things:1) They charge you extra depending on your payment method (as seen in @dfb21 's post). 2) When you're about to pay, the select for you and by default a subscription of 1.99EUR per month for some unknown service.3) After I bought a number of games for around 13EUR, they sent me an email requesting a picture of my ID and a piece of paper with "gamivo.com" written on it.This looks like amateur and dishonest hour, so I'm not trusting them with a copy of any of my IDs. I told them to refund the money and delete all my data (as you have to sign up to be able to buy)The above may work for some, but I think it's important we're aware of these things.


I've bought 20+ of these gamivo deals, not a problem.
BigDave_17/01/2020 07:26

I've bought 20+ of these gamivo deals, not a problem.


Oh, I’m sure it’s fine. I just won’t reward certain behaviours and won’t trust with my ID any random company that asks for it. That doesn’t mean it’s a scam though, so glad other folks can also chime in with their good experience.
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