Ubisoft Ubisoft Forward Sale: $14.00 Off Video Game Purchases of $20.99 or More Until June 21 Save $14 on Video Game Purchases at Ubisoft!

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Get ready for Ubisoft's E3 presentation this weekend with deals from the Ubisoft Store, where you'll save $14.00 on purchases of $20.99 or more, including already-discounted video games!

Simply configure an order of at least $20.99 and use the promo code FORWARD at checkout to apply the $14.00 discount.

Digital games on all major platforms including PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S are eligible, including best sellers like Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Immortals Fenyx Rising, Watch Dogs Legion and more.

The code can be used on one or multiple games, as long as the minimum purchase threshold is reached and all games are within a single order. There are some restrictions, as pre-orders, gear on merch.ubisoft.com, virtual currency and Ubisoft+ subscriptions are excluded.

The Ubisoft Forward Sale is effective until June 21, with a limit of one coupon per transaction. All items are digital and redeemable immediately after purchase on supported consoles.

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    • thanks! it applied to just dance unlimited subscription
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    • MELPOMENE wrote: thanks! it applied to just dance unlimited subscription
      For Switch only, it seems. Did you make it work elsewhere?
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    • Decent console stuff seems to be out of stock. Disappointing as Xbox are where my friends play. Does Epic ever run out of stock or is that just a console thing?
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    • nice, worked on DLC too. Got anno 1800 year 3 season pass
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    • douber wrote: For Switch only, it seems. Did you make it work elsewhere?
      Switch only.
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    • SoldierZeroB wrote: Decent console stuff seems to be out of stock. Disappointing as Xbox are where my friends play. Does Epic ever run out of stock or is that just a console thing?
      Who runs out of digital games anyway.
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    • SoldierZeroB wrote: Decent console stuff seems to be out of stock. Disappointing as Xbox are where my friends play. Does Epic ever run out of stock or is that just a console thing?
      Don't think I've ever seen Epic run out of stock. They control their own distribution so it's not an issue. How that is an issue for Ubisoft is beyond me.
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    • douber wrote: Who runs out of digital games anyway.
      Sites that resell keys go OOS all the time. Not sure what Ubisoft's excuse is though.
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    • Jep4444 wrote: Sites that resell keys go OOS all the time. Not sure what Ubisoft's excuse is though.
      Funny thing is Ubisoft runs out of keys to Ubisoft games on the Ubisoft website. Can confirm because months ago that's what happened when I tried to buy the Division 2 expansion. Took them 5 days to sort it out and give me my 'key'. Their store. Their own game. All digital so can be conjured at whim. Dunno wth that was.

      Thanks OP, nice find!
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    • BYan wrote: Funny thing is Ubisoft runs out of keys to Ubisoft games on the Ubisoft website. Can confirm because months ago that's what happened when I tried to buy the Division 2 expansion. Took them 5 days to sort it out and give me my 'key'. Their store. Their own game. All digital so can be conjured at whim. Dunno wth that was.

      Thanks OP, nice find!
      Ya, the absurdity of it would be dumbfounding if Ubisoft weren't so fricken incompetent.
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    • MELPOMENE wrote: thanks! it applied to just dance unlimited subscription
      Is there any option to activate later?
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    • loner01 wrote: Is there any option to activate later?
      I got the code in the email. It doesn't come automatically activated.
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    • Any chance they restock games?
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    • Bought Just Dance Unlimited 12 Months Subscription
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    • BYan wrote: Funny thing is Ubisoft runs out of keys to Ubisoft games on the Ubisoft website. Can confirm because months ago that's what happened when I tried to buy the Division 2 expansion. Took them 5 days to sort it out and give me my 'key'. Their store. Their own game. All digital so can be conjured at whim. Dunno wth that was.

      Thanks OP, nice find!
      Uhm, guys, just because the digital license can be conjured out from thin air does NOT mean they are willing to sell an unlimited amount of them. There is probably an internal marketing target of say 10 thousand licenses per title (just as an example) and once that is reached, it is "out of stock". This is pretty common everywhere. Not sure why are you surprised.
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    • I don't think they have digital codes for console through their website which is quite bizarre. I think they just have physical. When I add an Xbox One game to my cart it asks me for my address and tells me there's a $10 shipping charge. $10 to ship a single game is absurd.
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    • aos007 wrote: Uhm, guys, just because the digital license can be conjured out from thin air does NOT mean they are willing to sell an unlimited amount of them. There is probably an internal marketing target of say 10 thousand licenses per title (just as an example) and once that is reached, it is "out of stock". This is pretty common everywhere. Not sure why are you surprised.
      Um, dude, Ubisoft is literally the only seller that does this... to their own games no less. That's what's mind boggling. I'd expect something like this from Humble, GMG, and 3rd party sellers that buy a set number of keys from publishers to sell, but for a huge publisher to literally run out of keys in the middle of their own sale, for their own games, on their own platform, is hilarious to say the least. Not arguing with whatever their dumbass reasoning is for it happening, but this is idiocy and incompetence of the highest order. At least have something in place to immediately generate more keys when you 'sell out'.

      You'd think if Steam can handle 10s of thousands of games on their store from thousands of developers/publishers and never run out of 'keys', Ubisoft can get their own house in order.
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    • BYan wrote: Um, dude, Ubisoft is literally the only seller that does this... to their own games no less. That's what's mind boggling. I'd expect something like this from Humble, GMG, and 3rd party sellers that buy a set number of keys from publishers to sell, but for a huge publisher to literally run out of keys in the middle of their own sale, for their own games, on their own platform, is hilarious to say the least. Not arguing with whatever their dumbass reasoning is for it happening, but this is idiocy and incompetence of the highest order. At least have something in place to immediately generate more keys when you 'sell out'.

      You'd think if Steam can handle 10s of thousands of games on their store from thousands of developers/publishers and never run out of 'keys', Ubisoft can get their own house in order.
      Has Humble ever run out of keys on a bundle? I haven't seen it but I haven't been following bundle as far back as Humble has existed.
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    • Jep4444 wrote: Has Humble ever run out of keys on a bundle? I haven't seen it but I haven't been following bundle as far back as Humble has existed.
      Yeah, I've definitely experienced it twice. Both times were for pretty hot deals, but the keys got replaced inside a week. Not too surprised with 3rd party sites since they're doing the equivalent of buying X number toilet papers from the manufacturer based on their needs and then ordering more when they run out. Ubi is akin to a toilet paper manufacturer that owns a magic machine that can instantly create their own brand of toilet paper out of nothing, and then running a sale and in the middle of it somehow run out of toilet paper to sell.

      Not surprised. Ubi makes decent to good games but their service is very subpar. Their website is a mess to navigate and customer service very shoddy. That division expansion key they somehow ran out on me on? It took them nearly a week to authorise the key on my account, then over 5 weeks to process a refund when I decided I didn't want it anymore. Never even played or installed. Of course, they charge YOU immediately when you order, and basically keep your money until I did the chase-down-a-live-person tango to process the refund.
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