Direct2Drive's 24 days of Christmas almost over

by: Chad -
If you've been following the Direct2Drive 24 Days of Christmas promotion, you know some of the savings that have been available.  Until 10AM PST tomorrow, you can pick up Champions Online for only $15 (a 50% discount).  Most of their other specials have been pretty good, too. 

You didn't think it would last forever, though, did you?  December 24th is the last day of the event.  However, there will be a special Year-End Blowout Sale that will run from December 25 - December 31.  In summary, be sure to check Direct2Drive every day until the end of the year to pick up games at a great discount.
FINAL DAYS OF D2D’S 24 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS EVENTNew Year-End Blowout Game Sale Begins 12/25!
 
WHAT:            Direct2Drive (http://www.direct2drive.com/) is entering the final days of its 24 Days of Christmas promotion – there are just 3 more days and 3 more killer game deals left including today’s – 50% off Champions Online (just $29.95!). But be sure to also come back beginning Christmas Day for our Year-End Blowout Sale – a ton of great games will be featured at great prices, but only through the end of 2009!
 
WHY:              Get today’s deal – Champions Online – for yourself, or gift it to a friend, and be sure to check back tomorrow morning and 12/24 for our last holiday deals.
 
WHERE:          This sale is only at D2D and available for 24 hours only, so start downloading! 
                        http://www.direct2drive.com/holiday
 
WHEN:            The 24 Days of Christmas deals are available NOW through December 24th. The Year-End Blowout Sale will be on from 12/25-12/31.
 
ABOUT:           Direct2Drive (D2D) is IGN Entertainment's digital download store (http://www.direct2drive.com and http://www.direct2drive.co.uk). Launched in October 2004, D2D allows consumers to conveniently purchase and download the latest premium PC games directly from the Web to their desktops. Since the site’s launch, more than one million games have been downloaded on Direct2Drive.
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