StarCraft II Collectors Edition For PC W/beta Code For $75 + Free Shipping, More

Posted: Apr 21 2010, 7:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:55am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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GameStop offers preorders of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Collector's Edition for Windows (pictured), bundled with a StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Beta Access Code, for $99.99. Pad your order over $100 and apply coupon code "25OFF" to get 25% off your order, dropping the bundle to $75. With free shipping, that's the lowest total price we could find for the retail-boxed game alone by $25. Sales tax is added where applicable. Note that once you receive the beta code, you can't cancel your order. This game does not yet have a release date. Coupon ends April 30.

Of note: GameStop also offers StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty for Windows bundled with the above beta access code for $59.99. With free shipping, we couldn't find a similar bundle elsewhere. (Several stores charge the same, but without the access code.)
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