Gamefly Digital Winter Sale introduces custom bundles

As part of its Winter Sale, GameFly Digital is offering build-your-own-bundle deals, specifically by publisher.

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As part of its ongoing Winter Sale, GameFly Digital is giving customers a chance to build their own bundles this holiday season, specifically by publisher. Titles can be purchased by bundles of three, four, or five from EA, Ubisoft, Valve, Rockstar, Square Enix, and 2K, with greater discounts applied to larger bundles.

  • EA games can be purchased at 3 for $15, 4 for $18, and 5 for $20. Eligible titles include Mirror's Edge, Dragon Age II, Bulletstorm, and more.

  • Ubisoft games can be purchased at 3 for $22, 4 for $27, and 5 for $32. Eligible titles include Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, Trials Evolution: Gold Edition, and more.

  • Rockstar games can be purchased at 3 for $15, 4 for $17, and 5 for $20. Eligible titles include Grand Theft Auto IV, Max Payne 3, L.A. Noire, and more.

  • Valve games can be purchased at 3 for $12, 4 for $15, and 5 for $18. Eligible titles include Portal 2, Left 4 Dead 2, The Orange Box, and more.

  • Square Enix games can be purchased at 3 for $10, 4 for $13, and 5 for $15. Eligible titles include Hitman: Absolution, Just Cause 2, Supreme Commander 2, and more.

  • 2K games can be purchased at 3 for $18, 4 for $22, and 5 for $25. Eligible titles include BioShock Infinite, Borderlands 2, Sid Meier's Civilization V (or Brave New World), and more.

Many titles include Steam or Origin keys. See individual games for DRM info.

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