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If you haven’t pre-ordered Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs 2 game yet, you can save yourself $59.99 by getting it today free when buying a Samsung product. To get the Watch Dogs 2 game free of charge, you’ll need to purchase selected monitors and SSDs from Samsung.

Once you have purchased one of Samsung’s 960 Pro and Evo SSDs, 850 Pro and Evo SSDs, the portable SSD T3, or Samsung’s CFG70 and CF791 curved monitors between 10/30/16 and 12/31/16, you can follow the download instructions at www.watchdogs.com/samsung to download your free digital copy of the Watch Dogs 2 game on your PC.

The full list of the eligible products is below, and is also available on Samsung’s website. You can buy Samsung’s monitors or SSDs directly from Samsung.com, and also from participating retailers (full list below) such as; Amazon and Best Buy to be qualified for the free Watch Dogs 2 download.

To check out the full details of this offer, simply head to Samsung’s website through this link: http://www.samsung.com/us/explore/watchdogs/

Eligible products: MZ-V6P512BW, MZ-V6P1T0BW, MZ-V6P2T0BW, MZ-V6E500BW, MZ-V6E1T0BW, MZ-7KE512BW, MZ-7KE1T0BW, MZ-7KE2T0BW, MZ-75E500B, MZ-75E1T0B, MZ-75E2T0B, MZ-75E4T0B, MZ-N5E500BW, MZ-N5E1T0BW, MZ-M5E500BW, MZ-M5E1T0BW, MU-PT500B, MU-PT1T0B, MU-PT2T0B, LC24FG70FQNXZA, LC27FG70FQNXZA and LC34F791WQNXZA

Authorized Dealers: Samsung.com, NewEgg.com, Amazon.com, BestBuy.com, Fry’s, MicroCenter, B&H, Adorama, Office Depot, Microsoft Store, Power Sales, DataVision, Abt Electronics, Origin PC, XOTIC PC, Puget Sound Systems, Maingear, Falcon NW, Milwaukee PC, PC Laptops, Cyberpower, Midern, iBuyPower, ProStar, Nebraska Furniture Mart, RC Willey and Digital Storm.

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