There is a sweet new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare deal available that cuts the price of the new Call of Duty game to $30 when you trade in an older Call of Duty game and down to $20 when you trade pre-order Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare as a My Best Buy Member.
This is the Call of Duty trade in special you’ve been waiting for with extra cash for the old Call of Duty games like Ghosts and Black Ops.
Best Buy goes big with a Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare deal that cut the price to $20 with a trade in. $10 of this deal comes as a reward certificate that you can use on another game, but it’s still an amazing deal on one of the hottest games of the season. If you jump on a deal this week to get Gamer’s Club Unlocked for just $30, making an even sweeter deal.
The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release arrives in a few weeks on November 4th, but you can trade in today to get this Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare deal locked in and you’ll still get all of the new Call of Duty pre-order bonuses including early access.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare starts at $59.99 for the basic version and with the Call of Duty: Ghosts trade-in gamers can score up to $30 towards Advanced Warfare. The Call of Duty: Black Ops trade in includes up to $25 towards Advanced Warfare.
Here’s how these Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare deals stack up when you can trade in an old copy of Call of Duty. Stack a $10 coupon on top of all of the prices below.
- Call of Duty: Ghosts for Xbox One or PS4 and receive $20 trade-in value.
- Call of Duty: Ghosts for Xbox 360 or PS3 and receive $10 trade-in value.
- Call of Duty: Black Ops II for Xbox 360 or PS3 and receive $15 trade-in value.
- Call of Duty: Black Ops for Xbox 360 or PS3 and receive $10 trade-in value
With the $10 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare coupon and the $10 My Best Buy rewards you’ll score up to $40 off in this Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare deal. That’s incredible for a release date deal.
This Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare deal started October 19th and runs through November 2nd. You cannot use this deal when you go in to pickup the game, and you will need to pick up your game before November 8th when the coupon expires. This is only available in store at Best Buy locations.
The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release arrives on Xbox One, PS4, PS3 and Xbox 360 and this deal works on any of these systems. Best Buy is part of the midnight Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release events.
You need to get this deal at Best Buy and it is unlikely that any other retailer will price match the huge Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare deal since it includes coupons, trade-ins and rewards. This is the best deal we’ve seen and likely the best one we will see for quite some time. This may be better than Black Friday deals on the new Call of Duty game.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare features soldiers with exoskeletons and advanced weapons like energy beams, drones and smart grenades. Kevin Spacey plays the commander of Atlas, a military company that is in charge of dispatching advanced soldiers across the globe. In addition to leveling up with XP, there are now Supply Drops that deliver weapons and gear to upgrade your character.
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PS4 Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Details:
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is one of the top PS4 games to buy in 2014 not only becuase it is a new Call of Duty game, but because it is ready for a PS4 lacking fun shooters.
Yest it arrives into a fall filled with Destiny, but Killzone didn't live up to the excitement and there is no Titanfall for PS4.
Instead gamers get this Kevin Spacey filled Call of Duty Advanced Warfare release that delivers a super soldier with smart weapons and access to technology like never before including drones and hoverbikes.
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