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Red Dead Redemption 2 On PC: Get $4 To $50 Back On Your Pre-Order (NA)

Pre-order Red Dead Redemption 2 and then spin to win $4 to $50 in credit.


[UPDATE: This offer is now over.]

Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally coming to PC. In fact, it won't be too long until you're able to jump in and live the wild west life of Arthur Morgan, as it releases next week. There are plenty of ways you can pre-order Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, but the most interesting option for those in the US and Canada might just come from digital games retailer Green Man Gaming.

When you pre-order Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC at Green Man Gaming, you get a bonus code for a spin of the site's Wheel of Credit. The Wheel of Credit will net you at least $4 of credit, but if you're lucky like me, you could hit the largest amount of $50. Yep, I can't believe I actually got that much either.

After spinning, you'll get a voucher code that can be redeemed for a gift card. You just need to add a gift card of the same amount to your cart and then put your code into the designated spot--once you do that, you'll get the gift card for free. On its FAQ page, Green Man Gaming notes the code will eventually expire. We've reached out to clarify what the expiration date is and will update this story with that information.

The FAQ also lists your chances of getting each prize.

  • $4 - 93%
  • $5 - 3%
  • $10 - 2%
  • $20 - 1%
  • $50 - 1%

In GameSpot's Red Dead Redemption 2 review, the game earned an impressive 9/10.

"While Red Dead Redemption was mostly focused on John Marston's story, Red Dead 2 is about the entire Van der Linde gang--as a community, as an idea, and as the death rattle of the Wild West," wrote critic Kallie Plagge. "It is about Arthur, too, but as the lens through which you view the gang, his very personal, very messy story supports a larger tale. Some frustrating systems and a predictable mission structure end up serving that story well, though it does take patience to get through them and understand why. Red Dead Redemption 2 is an excellent prequel, but it's also an emotional, thought-provoking story in its own right, and it's a world that is hard to leave when it's done."

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