Christmas is just 2 days away and the App Store’s once again littered with awesome deals. Numerous big name publishers have dropped most, if not all, their titles to just $0.99, including EA, Big Fish Games and SEGA. If not a dollar, then expect anywhere from 40-75% off regular prices. This is certainly one of the biggest iOS sales of the year (next to Thanksgiving). The majority of these offers are good until even after Christmas, so you should have plenty of time to decide which ones to add to your app collection. The complete roundup after the break.
Walmart is currently selling $50 iTunes eGift cards for only $40. That’s a $10 bonus for you to buy heavily discounted ($0.99) games from EA Mobile, Gameloft and Big Fish. The great thing about this deal is that rather than shipping an actual card to your mailing address, they’re delivered electronically right into your email inbox (I got mine in about 30 minutes after receiving the initial confirmation email). Simply copy and paste the redeem code into iTunes and you’re good to go. Quantities are limited, so don’t procrastinate if you’re planning on picking up a few more apps over the Christmas holidays.
Christmas is mere days away and the App Store is filled to the brim with incredible steals ‘n deals. Now we’ve seen plenty of awesome sales before, but this one is unlike anything we’ve seen thus far and there’s certainly no better time to pick up those premium games on the cheap. Thanks to EA’s Holiday Sales Bonanza, over 70 of their games are now $0.99, some of which have been slashed 90% off their sticker price. FIFA 11, BATTLEFIELD: BAD COMPANY 2, NBA Elite 11, SimCity™ Deluxe for iPad and much more can be had for a buck!
Of course, there are plenty of other publishers with huge price drops, including Gameloft, Namco and Gamevil. So get your credit cards or iTunes gift cards warmed up – there’s app shopping to be done! Head on inside for the complete roundup, but do hurry as some of these deals won’t last for long…
Update: ** Denotes apps newly added to roundup.