Square Enix Online Store Thanksgiving Sale is No Turkey


Square Enix is jumping aboard the week-long Thanksgiving sale hype train with sweeping price cuts across the company’s online storefront.

Starting today through Cyber Monday, December 2, a broad selection of past and present Square Enix favorites, as well as select merchandise and even some choice titles from Deep Silver, are available at discounts up to 75% off.

Browsing around, I’m seeing some pretty sweet deals on Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn ($20 on PS3, $15 on PC), Saints Row IV ($30), Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX w/ limited edition art book ($20), Metro: Last Light ($20) and Hitman: Absolution ($10). Plus, there are some great buys on older classics from the PS1 and PS2 eras, as well as DS and PSP.

I’m definitely going in for Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX, and for only five bucks the Hitman: Absolution Agent 47 mini-figurine is too menacingly adorable to pass up. Speaking of which, any readers out there have experience ordering from the Square Enix Online Store? I put in an order this morning for the two aforementioned products and the checkout said the order completed, but I didn’t receive any sort of confirmation email, my cart still has the items in it, and no money has yet to be charged to my Paypal account.

Is that normal? It seems odd to me since I’m used to buying stuff on other sites where the payment is immediate and confirmation is sent. I’ve never ordered from the Square Enix Online Store so I opened a support ticket just in case. I haven’t heard anything back.

Square Enix Online Store Thanksgiving Sale [Square Enix]

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