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If people are gonna use the 20% code, i created a thread here saying the issues you can get from it.
Coupon - Y2OZM7-MJ3VHD-0AVTI1
Works till 31 January. Used it and can confirm it works.
They will send you an Early Access Key immediately which can not be refunded.
Also, Early access is 3 days of this for Standard Edition and 5 days for Imperial Edition.
So, keep this in mind.
Why would anyone choose a measly 5% discount when MUCH better deals are offered everywhere else?
confirmed it works, thanks a lot
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Can anyone confirm if they had the stupid surcharge for international money conversion buying from GMG?
Remember they are a UK company and last time I bought a game from a uk shop thinking I was getting a good deal the conversion and surcharge made me pay almost %50 more.
theres something like EU or US version?
In short, if i preorder one from US i will be able to use it on EU ?
That link says 3 days early access.. official preorder is 5 days early access. This just misinfo or is it actually different?
Whyyy would I do that if on amazon the price is 20% lower anyway?
I don't understand why the official site can be priced higher than other places. Rediculous.
Such discount, much doge.
Got it with %25 discount from GMG
Originally posted by Torvaldr Originally posted by Fendel84M Who is making you pre-order? Just wondering. Only in the MMO market do gamers not only expect to know everything about the game before purchasing but they expect to try it out first too. How much did we know about Mario before we bought it on Nintendo?! Lol pre orders are for the die hard fans who want to play it right away. No harm in waiting. That's fine it will still be here when you are ready to purchase if you decide.
I don't know what market you buy stuff in but I expect to know about most any product or service I purchase. The less it costs the more risk I'm willing to take. When a product costs $60+ up front with a $180/year maintenance fee, plus extra costs with transactdions fees (mtx, acct services, etc), you bet I want to know before I buy. Have you ever heard the term buyer beware? The onus is on the buyer to make smart choices. Foomerang's question is a very good one especially considering that Firor has outright lied and Zeni has been less than forthcoming.
After all this time and so many burnt fingers how can you in good conscience question someone for being cautious? Do I really need to make a game list of disappointed expectations after release because gamers didn't do due diligence with investigating before spending?
So before you go out to a movie you read all the spoilers? That alone + dinner is well above $60.00 if you got to an evening show and out to eat at anything above fast food.
I have no problem with being caution about purchasing, but throwing in the amount of the box copy is a bit oddity considering many MMO players are 30+ with families and I am willing to bet the price of a box is not a concern. You can't add in the sub fee at this point since you do not know if you are going to be playing for a year after release, and regardless less than a buck a day? That is some cheap entertainment for the year.
At the end of the day, if you are on the fence, hop on down to your nearest brick and mortar store (BB, Gamestop, etc) and go pre-order a physical copy that you can get your pre-order price back if you decide to cancel anyways. Cost you nothing but a stop on your way to or from work.
DL Gamer - the people I tried to buy Aion from and who sent me an email in broken English asking me to take a photo of my passport and send it to them so they could finalise my purchase. Yeah, right...
Then did not reply to my request for a refund, or when I raised a requisition through PayPal, so PayPal had to refund me directly.
Couldn't you find someone more reputable to partner with MMORPG.com?
Originally posted by kilun So before you go out to a movie you read all the spoilers? That alone + dinner is well above $60.00 if you got to an evening show and out to eat at anything above fast food. I have no problem with being caution about purchasing, but throwing in the amount of the box copy is a bit oddity considering many MMO players are 30+ with families and I am willing to bet the price of a box is not a concern. You can't add in the sub fee at this point since you do not know if you are going to be playing for a year after release, and regardless less than a buck a day? That is some cheap entertainment for the year.
Just because you can afford $60 doesn't mean that buying a bag of manure for that amount is a good use of your money, same with a sub. A sub may be cheap for a months worth of entertainment but having the sub doesn't mean its going to even BE entertaining.
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Originally posted by kilunSo before you go out to a movie you read all the spoilers? That alone + dinner is well above $60.00 if you got to an evening show and out to eat at anything above fast food.
If a movie was coming out that I had to preorder tickets for and the people who have seen the movie werent allowed to say what they thought of it, yeah Id pass on that film.If a restaurant wanted a deposit up front and didnt allow people to talk about their food, Id stay far away.