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If say easons and other online book shops trick a fair few people during sales. Those guide books are displayed to look exactly like the game boxes!
Seems like a very good deal in easons? https://www.easons.com/Super-Smash-Bros-ultimate I knew there was a catch. Turns out it's just a book!
You have to have a game downloaded before the free game shows up. I tried purchasing the colouring book for my sons santa gift. But robonauts didn't show up for free until I logged into the switch and downloaded the colouring book. As red said above, it's good to log on beforehand and update the sof
I wonder is there any equivalent parcel motel service from Germany. Either way I reckon the vehicle labo kit will come down to 15-20€ in Ireland in the new year
I have only bought keys for xbox live or nintendo shops before. But I won't be doing it again after reading this thread!
Thanks https://www.press-start.com seem very good. Next time I'll go with them for any download purchases
They weren't too difficult to use. Though they got me to verify my mobile number using an sms though for some reason. Also they had a 3€ fee.so I you got one 35€ card for €32. Then I bought a second one separately, I wonder would the fee have been lower if I bought two together. Worth finding out so
In the end I went for two downloads of Mario odyssey and zelda botw on the Nintendo eshop late last night. Got them slightly cheaper again using eshop €35 cards on g2a.com. At least we can't lose the cartridges now!
I see there are a few download deals on the Nintendo eshop for cyber Monday. Eg Super Mario odyssey for €42. I wanted to buy it for my sons unopened santa present but seems I can't buy it until my account is linked. Does anyone here know if that deal could be available again in the new year? Im look
Dry and dull so far in Athenry, feels milder than recently
That Asus deal looks very good too for that price. The graphics card doesn't have as much ram, but it's probably plenty anyway for most gaming as long as your not looking to try VR!
This is a high powered cpu that uses more power so if your plugged in most of the time this will suit you. It's refurbished on dell which worked out well for me before in the past. https://www.dell.com/en-ie/outlet/ProductDescription?cfID=D9A403E7125F460D2CF218EAB883D1A1&invID=283896&cyid=7&pid=3&
Here is another deal I saw with a newish i7. https://www.laptopsdirect.ie/hp-250-core-i7-8565u-8gb-256gb-ssd15.6-inch-full-hd-windows-10-home-laptop-6mp37es/version.asp
Im looking for the same. So far ive come across these two deals that give a powerful laptop in the 600-800 range. https://www.lenovo.com/ie/en/laptops/ideapad/700-series/Ideapad-720S-14/p/81BD002YUK?cid=us:cse:qza7ob&source=connexity&channel=cse&adcampaign=CSE_Connexity https://www.currys.ie/iee
Sorry for going off topic but I find that amazing given how wet we have been here in Athenry this August. If these changes in climate become the norm, I wonder how much rain water would you need to collect in order to be self sufficient in future?