You can pay with points, yes. Makes one wonder why you can't just pay for other stuff with cash tho. I hate spending $5 when I only need another dollar's worth of points. Makes sales almost worthless, because the only savings you get is that you can bank your points for another purchase later on. --- Carry we who die in battle over land and sea across the rainbow bridge, to Valhalla! Odin's waiting for me!
Makes one wonder why you can't just pay for other stuff with cash tho.
Because it costs the company more in fees than they make on the purchase.
$5 is about the break even point for credit card transactions, this is why many businesses require a minimum purchase amount (usually $5) for a credit card transaction.
GoD allows direct credit card purchases because no GoD is under $5 (unless there is an extreme discount, like a few of the GoD games that were part of the 75% off sale).
Also, Stig, one occurrence, that may have simply been a pricing **** up for a sale (it has been known to happen on other occasions as well), is hardly a fair example. --- R.I.P. Eve English (Feb. 12, 1968 - Oct. 13, 2010) Momma Eve, you will be missed.
Not all games are availble on games on demand like newer games like Warriors ocochi 3 and Samurai warriors 2 empire.
What in the hell does this have to do with the question the TC asked...
I think he meant to say the new releases like those won't let you use points. Idk if that info is correct or not though.
At what point did the TC even hint that he was buying a new release or wonder about the availability of a certain game.
At what point did the TC even hint he wasn't buying a new release or wonder about the availability of a certain game? --- Why would Microsoft worry about exclusives when it has the awe-inspiring Kinect to sell consoles. - MrRGerk