Kalahari introduces massive gaming sale

Kalahari.com SA news

Local online retailer Kalahari has introduced a number of specials on different console and PC games, along with the consoles themselves.

The promotion includes up to 20% off on the “top 20 games of 2013”, which includes discounts on Battlefield 4 pre-orders for Xbox 360 and PS3 (R559.95) and PC (R409.95).

Also receiving a pre-order price drop is FIFA 14, which is now R329.95 on PC and R559.95 on PS3 and Xbox 360.

The Nintendo Wii U bundles have also received special prices, with the 32GB ZombiU Premium Pack priced at R3,499, and the 8GB basic pack going for R2,499.

There are other specials on Steelseries gaming peripherals.

Source: Kalahari

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  • Wyzak

    Sigh, I really hate shopping on the Kalahari site (Busy processing…)

  • Kromas

    Best thing to do is hold a sale during the steam summer sale. Brilliant move Kalahari … I have no more money to give.

  • Wyzak

    Kalahari has nothing decent on sale anyway.

  • VirtualForce

    Thought so too. The manager in charge of the gaming section probably have never heard of STEAM.

    Then again, he/she might not give a damn.

  • Vorastra

    TBH if I find a game on steam and find it for the same price at kalahari or BTgames. I buy from them.

    Box > Digital.

  • Wyzak

    And have you looked at the games they have on sale and compared that to what you can get them from on Steam or Gamersgate or Greenmangaming? I have and Kalahari’s prices are bad.

  • Space_Chief

    yeah but Play-Asia still has those rare titles the others don’t stock and shipping/costs are pretty cheap too.

  • McTSA

    Nothing on Steam pricing either.

  • Rickster

    GTA 5 for console R599 Pre-Order not a decent sale?

  • Wyzak

    That’s pretty close to the normal price that you will pay to pre-order from anybody else.

    Does one fairly average deal make a “massive gaming sale”?

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