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Note: this post is a slightly modified version of this topic on The Warp Storm, originally written for the initial wave of Horus Heresy 2.0 releases. The prices below were confirmed for that wave, and it is only assumed that they will hold true for future preorders.
This post is just a few suggestions for stores offering discounts on the upcoming HH2.0 preorders. I make no guarantees about availability, nor prices. The discount rates listed below were taken from each individual store after the initial HH2.0 preorder had gone live. If the prices you see for future releases differ that’s down to the decisions of the store in question.
If you know of a store not listed that are definitely offering a competitive discount on the preorders, or your country isn’t covered, please get in touch either in the comment section down below or on Twitter. Another alternative is to check my discount retailers list for any gaps in the list below.
The best prices in the UK seem to come from stores in England, though if you want to shop local I have added stores in Scotland and Wales. I’ve not yet found any stores in Northern Ireland to speak to – feel free to let me know if there’s one you recommend!
Retailer: Castle Comics
Postage: usually free above £75
Retailer: Firestorm Games
Postage: usually free above £40
Unfortunately discount rates in general across the EU are quite varied. In some countries I’ve been unable to find anything over 10% and thus they have not been included – in this case you might want to consider ordering from neighbouring countries (most offer reasonable postage within the EU) or from Wayland Games, who offer DDP postage.
Discount: 25% (plus 2% loyalty rewards)
Postage: usually free above €70
Retailer: Goblin Trader
Postage: usually free above €70 (Spain) / €150 (Europe)
🌎 North America
Retailer: Abyss Game Store
Postage: usually free above $200 before tax
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