Get 25% off Arkham Origins, Company of Heroes 2, and Civ V: Brave New World at Green Man

Batman: Arkham Origins

By on June 14, 2013 at 11:00 pm

As you know, here at games.on.net we’re partners with Green Man Gaming — and the reason we do that is because they like to give out crazy good deals for Australian gamers who are so often screwed over by international pricing.

Case in point: you can use the voucher GMG25-2G9OL-15PO7 to grab Batman: Arkham Origins for $37.50, Company of Heroes 2 for $45, and Civilization V: Brave New World for just $20. Total War: Rome II can also be yours for just $45.

Oh and hey, this weekend you can also get some sweet deals on Saints Row the Third, which is down to just $10. Enjoy!

3 comments (Leave your own)

I bought coh 2 from gmg using the voucher and they charged me $49! It said 45 in the checkout but my credit card was charged a higher amount, last time I buy from gmg!

 

Write to them and get a refund, I’m sure they’ll help you out :)

 

sickprophet,

It’s because they charge us in USD and the exchange rate through banks and paypal is always rediculous.

 
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