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4 Reasons to Pre-Order Battlefield 5 & 6 Reasons to Wait

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Pre-Order to Save Some Cash

Pre-Order to Save Some Cash

If you think you want to put in a pre-order, you'll be able to save some money by pre-ordering from Amazon (when the game is available), Best Buy, or sites like NewEgg. You don't need to wait to save. 

If you're an Amazon Prime member, and you pre-order Battlefield 5, you should be able to take advantage of a pre-order deal and shave some money off the upfront cost of the game. 

If you aren't an Amazon Prime member, you should be able to signup for a free Amazon Prime trial and save on a pre-order. 

Amazon isn't taking pre-orders for Battlefield 5 right now, but we expect that to change in the weeks ahead.  

You can also save some cash on a Battlefield 5 pre-order if you're a Best Buy Gamers Club Unlocked (GCU) member. Like Amazon Prime, GCU is also a subscription-based service.

Unfortunately, Best Buy's shut down the Gamers Club Unlocked program to new members. Those of you who are currently part of the program can still save on a pre-order.

Sites like NewEgg occasionally offer similar deals without the need for a membership so make sure you keep a lookout as we push toward the game's release. 

Best Buy is also offering a Battlefield 5 pre-order deal to My Best Buy members. If you are a member (it's free), you'll get $10 in Best Buy rewards.  

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