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For those PC gamers who held out on Dragon Age Inquisition even through the December sale price of $39.99, you’ve won the game of waiting – the BioWare RPG is now as cheap as $32. Today the digitally authorized gaming retailer GMG dropped the price of an Origin key to only $40.19 – an instant 33% discount. In addition to that savings, there’s a 23% off promo code that cuts an additional eight bucks off the reduced price, making the lowest price ever by $7.
Similarly, GMG has FIFA 15 for the same price.
- Dragon Age: Inquisition is $30.96 after promo code
- FIFA 15 is also $30.96 after same code below
- At checkout, use promo code: SAVE23-PEROFF-MOSANT
Update: New code released today drops the price further by an additional dollar. Woot!
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The discount won’t last long, with GMG’s promo code ending at 8am Pacific on January 23rd. The code is not exclusive to Dragon Age: Inquisition and FIFA 15 and can be used on other games at GMG, although there are some exclusions such as Watch Dogs and the upcoming Grand Theft Auto V.
This discount to $31 at GMG marks the lowest price ever for Dragon Age: Inquisition, even beating out the stellar $39.99 price we saw in Origin’s Year End sale a few weeks ago. Today’s discount might be enough to push more to purchase, especially considering the title has garnered nearly unanimously good reviews since release, including being named GamesBeat’s Game of the Year for 2014.
By contrast, FIFA 15 has been slightly cheaper, selling for $29.99 during the week of Black Friday. Nevertheless, the FIFA discount still puts the title at the lowest price we’ve seen in over a month.
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