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Pre-Order NCAA Football 13 From Amazon Now and Get 25% Off

If you’re regular reader of this site then you’d know that I’m absolutely pumped and ready for NCAA Football 13. I can understand if you’re not quite sold on it yet, especially if you’ve felt burned in the past with yearly sports titles and falling into the “hype mode” trap. However, if there is even the slightest chance that you’ll end up wanting to get NCAA Football 13 at release, then I urge to take advantage of an offer Amazon has going right now for both Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.

If you pre-order the game right now, you can get it for $44.99. That’s 25% off the regular $59.99 price (which is what GameStop has it for). Not only will you get it for 25% off, but you’ll also get the Amazon exclusive Nike Pro Combat downloadable premium uniforms for Army, University of Georgia, Oklahoma State, Oregon and Michigan State. Of course there’s also the chance Amazon will tack on a $5 or $10 pre-order credit as well, which would of course be applied to all existing pre-orders too.

Basically, you have nothing to lose here. If it ends up being something you want at release, you save yourself $15. If more information comes out and you decide you don’t want it, you can also cancel your pre-order and be out absolutely nothing since Amazon doesn’t charge until the item ships (no down-payment required).

Go, pre-order it for Playstation 3 or Xbox 360 from Amazon and save yourself some money on what’s sure to be a great game. I recommend locking it in ASAP, as you don’t know how long  Amazon will keep it at this price.

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4 Comments on Pre-Order NCAA Football 13 From Amazon Now and Get 25% Off

  1. Compelling. Still not sure, though, but if I cave I’ll do it this way.


    • Go ahead and pre-order it. Price definitely won’t stay this long. If it ends up where you don’t want it, you’ll have that two day window before release to cancel it. Doing it now just gets you locked in at the low price, which probably won’t last long.


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