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August 19, 2011

Special EA Sports Discount for Our Readers

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By Willys DeVoll
Daily Axe EA Promotion

We’re proud to announce that through a partnership with EA Sports and North Social, all Daily Axe Facebook fans can receive a discount code valid for any EA Sports title. All you have to do is visit us on Facebook, enter your email address (we WILL NOT spam you) and follow the simple steps to get your $5 off any game. The offer runs until September 15 at 11:59 pm on the West Coast.

Is this a corporate sponsorship? Yes. But it does two things: rewards our preexisting Facebook fans and encourages readers new and returning to like our page on Facebook, where we can create a more robust community of Stanford fans and continue to send out updates on The Daily Axe’s material.

There’s no scam here, and nothing you have to buy. It’s merely a way for EA Sports to provide an offer to sports fans and for us to bolster our social media offerings, particularly on a Facebook page that has not gained the same level of popularity that our Twitter account has.

Upon reaching the above page, just click “Like” and you’ll be on your way to getting your discount. If you’re already a fan, you can find the EA Sports discount code page by clicking on the tab beneath the profile picture, as highlighted on the left side of the screenshot.

Want to check out Andrew Luck’s 99 overall rating in NCAA Football 12? It just got $5 cheaper. Or spring for FIFA, Luck’s game of choice, for a Lincoln less than what you’d otherwise pay.

The Share button below the discount program interface also makes the deal easy to share with your friends, regardless of whether or not they root for the Card. Anyone who likes the page can receive the discount, so feel free to pass it along as much as you wish.

Enjoy!

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About the Author

Willys DeVoll
Willys DeVoll is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Daily Axe. He writes about Stanford sports for DailyAxe.com and writes fiction, reviews and commentary elsewhere.




 
 

 
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