(Steam) Payday 2 £5.98 @ Amazon.com

(Steam) Payday 2 £5.98 @ Amazon.com

Found 29th May 2014
You can play the game this weekend for free at Steam.
You need a random US billing address to buy the game.

PAYDAY 2 is an action-packed, four-player co-op shooter that once again lets gamers don the masks of the original PAYDAY crew - Dallas, Hoxton, Wolf and Chains - as they descend on Washington DC for an epic crime spree.

The game has steam cards.
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All DLC is currently 67% off @Steam
Nice combination there and the original is often on sale around £2. Not bad, double such a low price (practically) for this sequel.
Payday 2 - it's a bit like the upcoming Battlefield: Hardline without EA's 'netcode' issues!
Edited by: "KirstyB87" 29th May 2014
link seems to be broken for me----try this one
Great game
Been enjoying playing for free, so was keen to buy - thanks for the find OP
Sweet. Have some heat.
Link fixed
Think it might be worth mentioning that some banks charge a non-sterling purchase fee. But still works out a little cheaper than steam's current 66% off deal.

Great deal OP, well spotted! :)4-pack also available for about £18

Logically, that should come with 4 steam codes?

Logically, that should come with 4 steam codes?

Yes, it should. I don't see how else it would come.
I feel safer with steams sale, good option for others though bro.
I was gutted when I found out PayDay 2 was free on steam this weekend as I only turned my PC on this Sunday haha. 26 minutes were left. Have played it before and is definitely worth it, especially when it had that discount!
I eventually managed to get a US address accepted. At the payment stage it quotes me

"PC Download: $17.99
Total Before Tax: $17.99
Estimated Tax: $1.26
Order total: $19.25"

Is this because of the addres used, ie changing to another state?

Edit: I changed the address to Chicago and all is fine now.
Edited by: "eiamhere69" 28th Jun 2014
Ok new question, if anyone can help.

I have a Halifax Mastercard. Online, Halifax state I can't apply for a clarity card, as I already have a credit card with them. As far as I can find, I'll pay a £3 and possibly another 2.95%. They don't supply this information and the best I could find was a post on moneysavingexert last month.

Can anyone give any insight?
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