Long Anticipated…. But Release Is Coming Up!
The Call of Duty: Ghosts game can be pre – ordered as early as today to lock in the pre order price and to be guaranteed your own copy, but it is not scheduled to be released until November 5th.
It is going to be available for all of these platforms:
The price for this game is $59.99 (no matter which platform you buy it for) If you pre order this game, it will be shipped out on November 5th, and will arrive a few days later for a shipping charge of $0, or you can pay a couple of dollars and schedule it to arrive at your home on release day.
Pre Order Bonus
Above I mentioned that you can pre order Call of Duty: Ghosts as early as today. You may have already known this, but did you know that there are certain bonuses available when you pre order a game from Amazon? Check this out:
1. Pre ordering a game from Amazon locks you in to the best price guarantee. This means that if the price drops at any time prior to the release date, you automatically get your game for that lower price.
2. Most pre order games come with special additional bonuses for pre order. The special pre order bonuses (called the Amazon pre order pack) for this game are:
A. Bonus Digital Federation Pack – emailed to you when your game ships
B. Free Fall Dynamic Bonus Map plus access to Double XP Launch Weekend- arrives with game
C. Two Amazon exclusive digital wallpapers for your phone or computer- emailed to you immediately after you pre – order
You can check out the pre order bonuses from Amazon in more depth at:
Want It Delivered ON Release Day?
Instead of paying the extra money to have Call of Duty: Ghosts delivered to your home ON release day, did you know that having an Amazon Prime membership will allow you to chose “delivery on release day” for no extra fee? This is just one of the nifty features that I found out when I became an Amazon Prime member. BUT you must be an Amazon Prime member BEFORE you make the pre order purchase in order to get the free release day shipping.
Just something to keep in mind if in the past, you have pre ordered games and paid the additional release day delivery fee.
When I signed up for Amazon Prime, they were offering a free 30 day trial. I think they still are offering this trial, but I’m not positive based upon the date you may be reading this. The banner below will lead you to the page I got my free trial. Feel free to take a look if you are interested in learning more about it.