Get Battlefield: Bad Company 2 for $1, BF4 for $47 during Origin’s sale

Battlefield Bad Company 2

By on November 29, 2013 at 10:41 am

As you’ll see from the title above, you can now buy Battlefield: Bad Company 2, often acclaimed by many fans of the series as still the best yet, for just $1.00 during Origin’s Thanksgiving sales. Do that at this link here.

Other Battlefield games are also up for grabs, including the just-released Battlefield 4 for just $47 and a Premium Bundle for $114.

SimCity is also on sale for $39.99, as is Need for Speed: Rivals for $55.99.

Check out the full list of cheapened intellectual properties by hitting up this Origin sale page.

9 comments (Leave your own)

“Shut up and take my dollar” – GOLD

 

ozgameshop is still cheaper for BF4… game + premium is $99.98

 

I wonder what possessed people to vote for BC2 to be $1 instead of FIFA, especially after how many deals BF3 as had for $5 or less.

Atleast i can add +1 veteran status to my account.

 

BF4′s $25 right now on Amazon
$75 for the Game+Season Pass Bundle.
Only live for a few more hours apparently.

 

Ha ha, loved the intellectual properties line.

 

In related BF4 news, the 2XP switch has been flipped to the “ON” position and will run through December 5.

 

stryker3216,

Ha! That’s exactly the same reason why I would get it. I envisage it would be impossible to get my old BFBC2 account onto my main Origin account.

 

“[Game Sales] We won’t be doing that..I just think it cheapens your intellectual property.”

Bad Company 2, ONE DOLLAR
Bad Company 2, ONE DOLLAR
Bad Company 2, ONE DOLLAR
[Reminds me of those old ad's were the sales man would just scream the price at the camera and then throw the item behind him]

 

I almost fell over when I saw this Origin sale, very surprising. It’s good.

 
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