Buy Tax Software, Get Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 For Free

In case that's a thing you want.

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H&R Block seems to be targeting gamers this tax season with an unusual promotion for their tax preparation software. If you browse the selection of software downloads on Newegg, you'll notice it's offering a free game download when you purchase one of H&R's products. We're talking games like Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Battlefield 5, Borderlands 2, and Bioshock Infinite.

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Because, you know, when you're filing your taxes every year, you want to make sure you're getting the best video game deal along with it.

The tax software that come with games range from $40 to $80, with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for PS4 listed alongside one of the most expensive software options.

If you're interested in, uh, taking advantage of these deals, there's a code that makes a few of these products cheaper. And thankfully (since Tax Day is fast approaching), three-day shipping is included. These deals are marked as limited offers, so there's no telling how long they'll be up.

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Jach

Well you know, all work and no play...

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SoNin360

I mean, if you normally pay to have your taxes done then I guess I could see the appeal in this. Or you could just do your taxes online for free if you don't mind putting up with Turbo's free version.

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greaseman1985

@SoNin360: The free version is very basic and doesn't work for many people.

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Barighm

Um...this sounds funny and all, but...yeah, I really do put all of my tax return into my video game budget, so...this actually makes sense.

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