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Get 'Killzone', 'Call of Duty' plus PS Plus for PS4 at $125 with $25 gift card

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Best Buy started a special Christmas Day savings event that includes the opportunity to get Call of Duty: Ghosts and Killzone: Shadow Fall for the Playstation 4 plus a year of Playstation Plus at a serious discount.

A 12-month PS Plus card is currently on sale for $34.99 but you can essentially get it for free when combined with a two Playstation 4 games.

Killzone: Shadow Fall and Call of Duty: Ghosts are both on sale for $49.99 but purchasing the PS Plus card with either of them comes with an additional $10 off the premium subscription. Additionally, picking up both games results in a $25 gift card.

The finally total on this package ends up being $124.97 plus $25 back in the form of a gift card. For comparison, all of this would be $169.97 normally.

Note that Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and Madden NFL 25 are also included in this offer and can be swapped in for either Killzone or Call of Duty. However, both are at their full $59.99 price and will add $10 each to the total.

Either way, this is a great starter package for new PS4 owners at Christmas.

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