Offer Ends Monday 17th September 2012 at 11:00 UTC
posted: Sep. 13, 2012 @ 11:03a
You can add the Borderlands 2 season pass to the list now too!
It's now available on GMG and with the promo code it drops from $29.99 to $22.50.
It includes all 4 DLC add-ons that will be released for the game.
Patriots Above All
posted: Sep. 13, 2012 @ 3:08p
Dishonored looks pretty good...trying to find something new for the PC since Skyrim let me down on PS3 (no DLC)
posted: Sep. 13, 2012 @ 3:34p
wtf do you enter the coupon code at? am I blind lol.
edit: you can only enter it on one screen
the "voucher code" window.
and if you goto the checkout this disappears and it cant be entered unless you cancel your shopping cart and start over.
posted: Sep. 14, 2012 @ 12:20p
These prices are great but this company's site is a POS. Paypal payment fails, credit card fails.
posted: Sep. 14, 2012 @ 12:29p
Thanks OP for the information! $36.00 for Borderlands 2 pre-order is a great price.
posted: Sep. 14, 2012 @ 12:48p
I really don't want to get BF3: Premium but I keep seeing Armored Kill and want it.
posted: Sep. 14, 2012 @ 1:17p
BraveUlysses said: These prices are great but this company's site is a POS. Paypal payment fails, credit card fails.
I've bought from GMG on multiple occasions as they have fantastic deals from time to time; however, your very thorough review of their website is accurate. I've gotten used to the routine of entering in my credit card information, waiting for my "fraudulent charge" rejecting the transaction text message from my credit card company (which arrives seconds later), approving it, and then entering in my credit card number again.
The prices are great, so I deal with it. Overall, doesn't cause to much harm in my situation as I can finish the order seconds after it has been rejected. For others, though, I can see how it can be very annoying as they have to go through other means to "unfreeze" their credit cards.
posted: Sep. 14, 2012 @ 1:51p
Worked fine for me through Paypal. I also have ordered several times from them no problems.
posted: Sep. 14, 2012 @ 1:58p
did you have to call paypal? i might try that
posted: Sep. 14, 2012 @ 8:48p
Worked fine for me using credit card...
posted: Sep. 14, 2012 @ 10:51p
I really wanted the deluxe edition of borderlands2, so much so that i will not be purchasing the game because I was unable to preorder one before selling out almosgt instantly. I'm actually still actively angry that i couldn't get one, now THAT'S A MOTHERFzzzING COLLECTORS SET. I suppose ill have to settle for whatever ends up sailing into the 'Bay. The game looks great, god damnit.
Sorry, I haven't heard about Greenmangaming before. I saw that their support number is a UK number. $36 is in UK or US? Will They block the US IPs for the online game? Thanks!
posted: Sep. 15, 2012 @ 10:47a
toshipics said: Sorry, I haven't heard about Greenmangaming before. I saw that their support number is a UK number. $36 is in UK or US? Will They block the US IPs for the online game? Thanks!
It's $36 USD. I've had no issues with any games I have bought from them (I live in the U.S.). I've bought 4 games from them and I made sure they could be activated on Steam before I bought the keys. I pre-orderd this game from GMG a couple months ago when it was $40 and I received my key yesterday morning. I pasted it into Steam and preloaded the game for the launch date; it is somewhere around 5.4GB or so for the initial preload download.
EDIT: I wasn't aware of this, so it was a pleasant surprise. When I preloaded it the receipt read "Borderlands 2 Game and Premier Club DLC WW" I was worried whether you had to pre-order directly through Steam to get the new Character Class (Mechromancer) that is coming out after the game releases, but turns out if you pre-order through GMG you get the free upgrade to the Premier Club. Woohoo!
If you don't pre-order, the new character class is $9.99 on release.
jlbmw2002 said: I really don't want to get BF3: Premium but I keep seeing Armored Kill and want it.
I have premium and have been playing Armored Kill since it came out. I've got to admit it's very, very fun. It's literally the way I originally envisioned BF3 maps should have been to begin with. The Bandar Desert map is gigantic!
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posted: Sep. 16, 2012 @ 10:21p
I just ordered a set of Borderlands 2 for me and the kids. It was fairly smooth, I expected more hassle after the posts here. I did have to set up a separate account for each buy, but then was able to give each the same Mastercard payment info. The checkout did seem to freeze at the end on my first one, but I got the purchase confirmation email while sitting at that "working on it" screen. Then I happened to switch from IE9 to FF15 after that and it refreshed correctly.
posted: Sep. 17, 2012 @ 8:33a
magnafides said: Worked fine for me using credit card...
I spoke too soon... the next day I got a call from the Fraud Protection unit at my bank confirming that the purchase was legitimate. I did confirm that the amount of the purchase was correct, and no other suspicious charges were there. Despite this, the payment went through alright and I activated the game on Steam before any of this happened. The whole thing is especially odd since it authorized my purchase through Bank of America's online security portal thing at the time of checkout.
But, with all of that being said, you can't really beat the prices.
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