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Destiny 2 for PS4 AND XB1 - $1.96 @ Walmart - IN STORE CLEARANCE - YMMV - includes 30 day PS+ trial codes with 2022 expiration date

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I picked up TEN of these this morning in the hopes that the trial codes would stack with an active PS+ subscription. They DO NOT unfortunately. But if you have an empty pre-paid credit card (Vanilla Visa, etc) and don't mind making multiple new accounts you could get a free month for each code.

Plus there's the added bonus of using the cases from these for spare cases in case one of yours breaks.
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What's the exchange rate of these to one piece of single ply toilet paper?
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Isn't this F2P?
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does trial code apply to old ps4 account already did trial?
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Thumbs down every time for this poster. He is a bum that doesn't give credit to where he steals the deals from. Hopefully catches the bug it goes south
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Isn't this F2P?
Yes it is. However having the disc may save people with limited bandwidth from having to download a ton of gigabytes of data.
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Thumbs down every time for this poster. He is a bum that doesn't give credit to where he steals the deals from. Hopefully catches the bug it goes south
Because of course people automatically assume that others 'stole' deals from X or Y site or that they somehow belong exclusively to those site(s). It can't possibly be that someone who posts a deal stalks clearance pricing and trade in values to look for value for themselves and wants to share it with the community they're a part of, right?

I was a clearance/deal stalker long before SD, FW, CAG, Reddit, etc existed.
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Yes it is. However having the disc may save people with limited bandwidth from having to download a ton of gigabytes of data.

Because of course people automatically assume that others 'stole' deals from X or Y site or that they somehow belong exclusively to those site(s). It can't possibly be that someone who posts a deal stalks clearance pricing and trade in values to look for value for themselves and wants to share it with the community they're a part of, right?

I was a clearance/deal stalker long before SD, FW, CAG, Reddit, etc existed.
Even then, you still gotta download like 40+ gb. Unless you're on PlayStation, then it's the full game.
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What's the exchange rate of these to one piece of single ply toilet paper?
Yes, a SDer dream to see new ones of these. I'd say 2 to 1; as you probably came to Walmart to get tested anyways you can probably get them all for free with a rate like that. HDMI included.
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Even then, you still gotta download like 40+ gb. Unless you're on PlayStation, then it's the full game.
But it's still a savings of some bandwidth compared to having to download everything.
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But it's still a savings of some bandwidth compared to having to download everything.
And won't you have to put the disc in the drive every time you play?
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And won't you have to put the disc in the drive every time you play?
Because it's a major hassle to get up, open a case and put the disc in the system? If it saves people on a limited internet plan a bit of data usage then it's already a good deal. I could it being a hassle if maybe folks live in a shoe box apartment or something and try to keep all their 'extra' stuff like physical media in storage somewhere else. But otherwise it's 10-20 seconds at most to find it, open the case and put the disc in or do the reverse when done.

Plus for $2 they get that snazzy case to display on their shelf. Wink
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Because it's a major hassle to get up, open a case and put the disc in the system? If it saves people on a limited internet plan a bit of data usage then it's already a good deal. I could it being a hassle if maybe folks live in a shoe box apartment or something and try to keep all their 'extra' stuff like physical media in storage somewhere else. But otherwise it's 10-20 seconds at most to find it, open the case and put the disc in or do the reverse when done.

Plus for $2 they get that snazzy case to display on their shelf. Wink
Yes, especially if none of your other games require a disc or you misplace the disc. And if I was going to Walmart today, I think I would want to get in and out as quickly as possible. And especially not for something that already available for free online!
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Yes, especially if none of your other games require a disc or you misplace the disc. And if I was going to Walmart today, I think I would want to get in and out as quickly as possible. And especially not for something that already available for free online!
Heaven forfend we stand up for 15 seconds!
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Heaven forfend we stand up for 15 seconds!
I'll stand for 30 seconds, but not to insert a disc. See the reason you have insert a disc is because they are saying we don't trust you, so insert the disc every time you play the game!
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Yes, especially if none of your other games require a disc or you misplace the disc. And if I was going to Walmart today, I think I would want to get in and out as quickly as possible. And especially not for something that already available for free online!
My games are mostly physical. Sorry. But I personally think Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo need to take a lesson from Steam and other PC sales platforms, especially if they want a cheapass like me to go all digital at some point. Paying $60 for a game digitally when I can get the physical for half of that or LESS sometimes? They can get farked till they get in line with dropping prices regularly and doing sales like the current 'double discounts' without requiring a subscription to get those "good" discounts.

Again though this is a deal for those who have limited internet packages every month and want to be able to skip at least some portion of the download(s).

As for losing a disc, if you're losing media regularly to where that's why you're trying to justify paying MORE for stuff digitally, then that's a you problem. I put my games, movies and music back in their cases after I'm done with them rather than using them as coasters or a replacement frisbee for the dog.

Either way when I picked mine up I went to Walmart at 6-7 am when there was barely anybody besides the employees in the stores. Electronics was actually pretty much deserted but luckily for me I spotted an employee restocking shelves nearby who had the keys. I was in and out in about 10 minutes.
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