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12x $10 Vouchers for $60 (30-Day Expiry for each Voucher) @ EB Games (EB World Members Only)


Seems like a decent deal if you're a regular customer. There's limits on how often you can use the vouchers and you can't use multiple together but if that's fine with you then save yourself $60.

From the email:

Valid only for EB World Members. One Side Quest voucher per month can be redeemed per EB World Member. Vouchers expire 30 days after delivery. Not redeemable for cash and non-transferable. Not valid for purchase of preorders, laybys, digital currency, and gift cards. For full terms & conditions visit www.ebgames.co.nz/ebworld/terms

From the website:

Join now and unlock something awesome!

What is Side Quest? It’s a new voucher subscription available exclusively for EB World members. Simply pay $60 and get $120 in EB Games vouchers over the next 12 months.

How it works:

Each month, for 12 months, you will receive a $10 voucher to spend on games, loot, accessories and more at any EB Games, store and online. That’s $120 worth of vouchers for only $60!

Your first $10 voucher is sent within 24 hours and is valid for 30 days from activation. You must activate your voucher within 30 days of receiving the email to your EB World email address, or it will expire.

* Purchase Side Quest for $60 on 7 September
* Receive first $10 voucher no later than 11.59pm on 8 September
* Activate voucher 9 September.
* Voucher expires 9 October
* Second month voucher received 8 October, cannot be used in conjunction with first months voucher
* For full terms and conditions visit //www.ebgames.co.nz/terms

Only 1 Side Quest subscription per EB World member. Duplicate Side Quest subscriptions will be cancelled, and you will be contacted regarding a full refund.

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  • Basically you'll have to use a voucher for at least 6 months in a year to get your money's worth. Not so good for casual gamers.

  • It's pretty good but yeah it's not stackable, so you have to be more than the casual gamer

  • EB's sister GameStop stores in the US have been having good online SSD deals for members, if they did that here maybe people would actually join. Probably lack the volume for anything decent though, even if in concert with Australian stores. Probably not even worth them trying to sell SSDs

  • I find eb games prices are about $10 more than competitors prices, I usually price match with jb or the warehouse if I'm buying at eb games.

  • Here's what I'm thinking; surely you just buy a voucher that's stackable once a month. Like just grab 10 dollars of psn credit, or steam credit etc. I'm pretty sure that'd work, right??

    • +1

      Good idea - will check it out. They'll probably have T&C's around that though.

      • +1

        T’s & C’s were updated. Sounds like you won’t be able to if that is classified as digital currency or gift card?
        Weird how they exclude pre-orders, when pre-orders are generally full price?

        3.5. Reward Voucher cannot be used in the purchase of preorders, laybys, digital currency and gift cards.

        • Maybe so you can't use your voucher each month to pay off some of your pre order if it was still a bit away from release date?

  • +1

    Nice little cash injection for EB Games, they get your $60 bucks in one hit, you get $10 dribbled every month on products that are usually over priced by $10.

    • and don't forget the cost of petrol to get to the store, if you're doing that.

      • +1

        Or the delivery fee when purchasing online

  • A guy at work suggested using these to buy Xbox/PSN/Steam credits if that's allowed.
    Not 100% sure which of those are counted as digital currency, which are excluded.
    Might be all of them haha.

    • Gift cards and digital currencies are excluded

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