Usually. Last 3 Friday releases have arrived to me for Wednesday but this is a big Sony exclusive so they might be a bit more hesitant of sending out to early.
Some people stick with sites they know they can trust? Their customer service is fantastic.I don't know why people are so desperate to stick with Amazon for games to be honest. They're pretty much never the cheapest and they never get the game to you early either. Nearly every other online retailer ships Friday releases first class on Wednesday for Thursday delivery, Amazon never do that. And even with the £2 off for pre-orders I find that I'm usually better off ordering elsewhere. Even as a Prime member, I basically never see the benefit ordering from them.
Because not everyone has a bad experience mate - read the thread.
Talk to them on chat and get your £2 back
Might as well do shopto lol, Amazon are rubbish at launch day. My shopto orders already been processed, expecting it today or tomorrow hopefully.
If it's ordered then you should be good?
There is only the "deluxe"
Fair enough, when I want a physical copy I usually look for a store that sells the game for the lowest price.I love amazon customer service, they always delivery on order date, usually the cheapest, can deliver to a locker at my workplace etc etc.
I also don't like adding my card on other sites - although you can usually use paypal of course nowadays.
So I always stick with amazon.
Yeah I usually buy the wallet cards off amazon usa and it works out to about £42-43 for a $60 card when I checked a couple of days ago, just make sure you set your usa address to somewhere with 0% sales tax as PSN started charging sales tax in all US states that have it last year.
Sony never had the standard edition available in the UK. The deluxe edition is price the same as other regions standard edition.Yeah I cancelled my amazon preorder I had since last year about a month ago, was going to pick it up digital on the UK psn after the reviews hit to make sure I wanted it, then I noticed that a few days before the reviews came out, Sony psn UK store removed the standard edition which had been there for months for preorder at around £44-46 (I can't remember the exact amount) and left only the more expensive deluxe edition at £52 for preorder.......No way am I paying £52 for a game I can get cheaper elsewhere and that had a cheaper normal edition listed before which was removed.
I said this in a different thread a while back but I couldn't help but think maybe sony removed the normal edition preorder on UK psn store to try and push people to buy the more expensive deluxe edition if they want the game digitally.....which may not be the case but if they did that then it's really scummy, considering I can't be the only one who doesn't want the extras that the deluxe has but want the game digital ready for playing on launch day.........
I decided that I'm just going to get it off the us psn store for just over £40 instead, I had no problem paying a little more than the usa psn store version would cost me for a non deluxe digital UK version, but I'm not going to pay £10 or so more for a version with extras I don't want or need just because it's the only version I can currently buy now on the UK store.
Also going to get spider-man on the usa store too considering for some reason sony are listing it at £55 on the uk store for the standard edition and I can get it for £40 on the usa psn store....
Anything on Switch is the same too.
You did agree to it as part of their terms, and it is stated that you can Opt-out of auto-enrolment at anytime during your trial.Amazon have kinda annoyed me recently. I had no idea they were going to charge me for Prime membership after my trial ended. They sent no message to confirm a membership, and I only realised when I checked my balance that I'd been charged for Prime when I didn't agree to it. Buy from somewhere else. They're gonna lose loads of customers who'll just buy else where.
Did I miss something? Has Amazon done something like this before?
Is VAT included? If you compare it to Europe its comparable.Oh, I could of swore I saw 2 versions months ago, Guess I was confusing it was the usa psn store then, anyway even still, the deluxe edition on the UK store is £52, I can get the standard edition on the usa psn store for $60 which works out to about £41-43, so yeah the deluxe edition on the UK store is still £10 or so more expensive than than the standard edition on the american psn store, not the same price.
That's all true. But you should notify customers that membership is coming to an end, not wait for them to find out after you charge them.
My usa account is set with an address in Alaska which has 0% sales tax, so it's $60 total, no extra tax is added. Anyone using an american account who isn't in america should probably have it set to an address in one of the states that don't charge sales tax. So yeah, it's cheaper on the american store for me, maybe compared to Europe it's the same but again that's a problem with digital in a lot of Europe vs america in general, usually we've always paid more because publishers have always gotten away with setting higher prices for us than other places.
If you've not made use of the services they'll refund you.Amazon have kinda annoyed me recently. I had no idea they were going to charge me for Prime membership after my trial ended. They sent no message to confirm a membership, and I only realised when I checked my balance that I'd been charged for Prime when I didn't agree to it. Buy from somewhere else. They're gonna lose loads of customers who'll just buy else where.
There is no standard on the UK store, or maybe even the European stores, but there is on the usa store, I'd guess they may throw up a normal edition after launch maybe but that's a total guess, I'm just getting it on the usa store.
Oh I have no doubt they are totally reliable. Just some strange loops to jump through to even sign up for an account - what is that whole 'we will charge your card £1 and then instantly refund it' about? Before I'm even allowed to give them money? Just seems off-putting from the start.
Ah, that's pretty cool. I still use it, but it's just the principle in that they don't notify you lol. I was taken by surprise haha :PIf you've not made use of the services they'll refund you.
My nan accidentally sign up for it when they defaulted to free delivery (with Prime) on checkout, 5 months later I notice she has Prime when ordering something for her while at hers. Amazon refunded the £70 or so since she clearly not used it aside from that initial sign up delivery.