**Note: This question is mostly aimed at North America users.
I'm not really big into e-shop type games (well, obviously for the smaller indie games, that's the only option available for buying those games), and so long as there is a physical version of a game available I will always choose that over a digital download. There are many reason for this (some personal, some more obvious), but my question is - where do most of you make your purchases?
I've been an Amazon Prime member for a long time (since they first introduced it), and have purchased most of my library over the years via Amazon - a few months ago, I discovered the Gamers Club Unlocked option at Best Buy and have been steadily moving my purchase options over to them instead. Has anybody found a better (read: cheaper) option for purchasing retail??
The ones I know of (and have been using so far) are:
- Amazon Prime - 20% discount on most new games (Prime is $99 for the year but includes a TON of things, other than just videogame discounts)
- Best Buy GCU - 20% discount on all new games (GCU is $30 for two years - I saved that much just pre-ordering CoD: Valor Edition)
What do you all use?