The Star Wars: Battlefront release date is almost here, bringing action to fans right before the Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie comes out. Normally the game is $59.99 on all platforms, but a new Star Wars: Battlefront deal offers $25 off in the form of a gift card that you can use on a future game or purchase.
You don’t need to trade-in any games or join a paid membership plan to get this deal, but if you want to play on the release date, you need to order soon.
The Star Wars: Battlefront release date is November 17th, and you must order this deal by November 10th for free guaranteed release day delivery.
Dell is making a major play to combat Best buy and Amazon when it comes to game sales and the most recent option is a Star Wars: Battlefront deal that includes a $25 eGift card with the purchase of the game.
This is only valid on the PS4 and Xbox One version of Star Wars: Battlefront, but the good news is that the offer includes the special edition for users who want extras. Sorry, there is no Han Solo Carbonite Fridge with this deal.
Dell offers the standard edition of Star Wars: Battlefront for PS4 or Xbox One for $59.99 and the deluxe edition for $69.99.
When you buy the game with this deal, you will get a $25 eGift card promo that you can use on a future purchase. If you plan to buy any other games this year, or simply need something else Dell sells, this is a great deal.
For comparison Best Buy offers a $10 reward certificate with a Star Wars: Battlefront pre-order. if you pay $30 for a two-year Gamer’s Club Membership you can save 20%, for a combined $22 off at Best Buy. Amazon offers just $5 off to Amazon Prime Members.
If you pay $10 more for the Star Wars: Battlefront deluxe edition you get five unlocks in the game; DL-44 blaster, Ion Grenade, Ion Torpedo, Ion Shock and Victory.
Gamers could try the Star Wars: Battlefront beta to get a taste for the game, and there is an early Star Wars: Battlefront release date on Xbox One with EA Access, that will allow gamers to play the new game five days early and progress will carry over to the full release.
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