Epic Games Store Holiday Sale 2020 brings back the endless £10/$10/€10 coupons

Epic have kicked off the Holiday Sale 2020 on the Epic Games Store, offering a wide range of saves across the library of games they sell, giving away 15 free games through the second half of December, and bringing back the endless £10 / $10 / €10 coupons to save even more on any games you decide to buy.

Say what you want about Epic, but they sure know how to splash all that Fortnite cash around!

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So, what do I mean by endless £10 / $10 / €10 coupons? Well, I mean literally that. Once claimed, you can use the £10 / $10 / €10 coupon against any qualifying game over £13.99 / $14.99 / €14.99 across the store – It cannot be redeemed against DLC or pre-orders, though. Not only that, but you’ll then receive another £10 / $10 / €10 coupon. So if a game is cut to £20.99, like Star Wars Squadrons is, the effective price is actually just £10.99. Bargain!

Make sure to head to the following link to log in and collect your coupon before trying to make any purchases:

Alternatively, you can claim one of the free games that Epic are giving away. The company are throwing out games every single day, starting off with the fantastic Cities: Skylines. If you do that, the coupon will be added to your account and automatically applied for purchases of eligible games and add-ons. These can be games in the sale as well as released games without discounts, like the newly released Cyberpunk 2077 (which isn’t too bad to play on a PC).

The Holiday Sale runs from now until 4PM GMT 7th January, and (unlike last time) any unused coupons will expire at that point.

Here’s a list of some of the games in the sale – head here to skim the full catalogue – and remember… there’s an extra £10 off most of these.

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  1. Thanks for the headsup, I grabbed Cities:Skylines but didn’t realise there was a £10 voucher too. I guess it would be wise to hold off buying anything until the last day, just in case it happens to be one of their free games.

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