Amazon 17 Days Of Deals In Video Games Features World Of Warcraft And Other Blizzard Deals

Posted: Dec 6 2010, 7:14am CST | by , Updated: Dec 6 2010, 7:21am CST, in Shopping | Holiday Gift Guide


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Amazon launched daily deal sales in several categories. We already reported about the 25 Days of Mobile Electronics Sale that launched last week. Amazon offers since a couple of days the 17 Days of Deals in Video Games sales. Each day until Dec. 16 Amazon will offer a new themed video game sale.

The theme today is Blizzard PC Games. The featured deals include World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Expansion Pack for $19.99 (list: $39.99), World of Warcraft Battle Chest for $19.99 (list:$39.99), World of Warcarft for PC and Mac for $9.99 (list:$19.99) and Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty on sale for $47.99 (list: $59.99).
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The new World of Warcraft: Cataclysm is going to be released tomorrow Dec. 7. You can still get a pre-order deal on Amazon with release-date delivery. When you pre-order World of Warcraft: Cataclysm for $39.99 you get 100 pre-order Bonus Points (worth $10 video game credit). More details on Amazon.

The Amazon 17 Days of Deals in Video Games will feature Her Music Games tomorrow and EA Action games on Wednesday.

Another hot video game deal is Just Dance 2 for Wii on sale for only $29 (list: $39.99).

Find the latest Cyber Week deals in our Cyber Week Hub.

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