Epic Games Store just launched the best possible Holiday sale

Today, Epic Games Store launched its Holiday sale, and to be honest, the title says it all. It is possibly the best sale you can have during Christmas if Steam doesn’t step its game up. We all love sales to buy some goodies when they are discounted and it seems like Epic Games Store is here to empty our wallets. There are tons of sales that happen throughout the year but none of them caught my attention quite like the Holiday sale that we are witnessing right now. For more info about the sale, you can read below.

Epic Games Store Holiday Sale

Hey everyone,

Seasons greetings! The Epic Holiday Sale has arrived – starting today, December 19, 2019, at 11 AM EST and ending on January 1, 2020, at 11 AM EST!

To kick off the sale event, pick up a $10 Epic Coupon by logging in to your Epic Games account, and then simply clicking the button on the Holiday Sale page. We’ll immediately grant you the Epic Coupon so you can start snagging new games. 

What happens next?

If you use that $10 Epic Coupon towards purchasing an eligible title, you’ll receive an additional $10 Epic Coupon. During the entire event, you’ll continue receiving an Epic Coupon for each eligible game purchase! Eligible game purchases are $14.99 or more and exclude pre-purchases, in-game purchases, DLC, and season passes. 

12 Days of Free Games

Beginning on December 19th, we’ll have daily free games available for you to redeem, play and own forever.

Be sure to come back every day to claim a new free game – unlike our usual free game offers, these freebies will only be available for 24 hours. But don’t worry! If you’re busy and on the go, you can claim any free game from your phone or mobile device. Open up the Epic Games Store on your mobile browser and log in to pick up the free game of the day.

Happy Holidays from the Epic Games Store!

Murat Oktay

Video games have been my passion for as long as I can remember. I have been writing and managing in the game industry for more than 30 years. I've been playing Diablo 2 nonstop since it first came out.

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