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Free Far Cry 3 with SSD Offer

Samsung announces that customers who purchase one of their 250 GB 840-series SSDs between Black Friday and Cyber Monday will get a downloadable copy of Far Cry 3 as a bonus:

Samsung Electronics America, Inc., a market leader and award-winning innovator in consumer electronics, announced today that for a limited time over this Black Friday weekend, its new 250 gigabyte (GB) SSD 840 solid-state drives will be available at a special discounted price and will include a download of the new “Far Cry® 3” video game from Ubisoft Entertainment at no additional cost.

“This limited time Black Friday offer allows consumers to dramatically increase their PC’s performance at an unbeatable price” From Black Friday through Cyber Monday (11/22 – 11/26), or while supplies last, consumers will be able to purchase the 250 GB version of Samsung’s SSD 840 drive for just $169.99, $20 less than the usual minimum advertised price. They also will receive a code enabling them to download the full PC version of “Far Cry 3,” normally priced at $59.99.

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24. Re: Free Far Cry 3 with SSD Offer Nov 20, 2012, 10:17 Quinn
 
Leper wrote on Nov 19, 2012, 17:14:
Ordered Far Cry 3 for €20,- at WOWHD.com. I'm repeating myself here for people who've heard me say it before, though.

Yes, you're saving money using these sites, but aren't you basically just taking that money from the publisher by bypassing the standard pricing based on region? As long as you know what you're doing...

I honestly have no problem sleeping at night. It's legit so I don't really give a shit.

I'm adding to that, though, that if I wasn't LITERALLY saving €30,- with this deal -- I mean, €30,-.. fucking hell, right?! -- I would've bought it in my home town to benefit from the instant receiving of the paid product. But instead I can literally buy two-and-a-half legitimate game copies for the European price of one. I simply will no longer put that kind of money down anymore. Not for the stuff that more often than not turns out to be either lame-ass garbage or entertainment that lasts for a maximum of 10 meager hours.

Nope, the only games that get my full €50,- these days are games like The Witcher, Deus Ex and Severance - Blade of Darkness.
 
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