GRID selling at £2.69 on Xbox Live Games on Demand

Tuesday, 26th February 2013 12:53 GMT By Dave Cook

Codemaster’s rather brilliant racing sim GRID is selling for just £2.69 on Xbox Live’s ‘Games on Demand’ marketplace. We’re not kidding, seriously.

The game was listed in Microsoft’s ‘Games on Demand’ sale sheet, sent to VG247 this afternoon, and Codemasters has just announced the deal on Twitter.

You can buy it here. Let us know if you do.



  1. Bam007

    2.69 GBP = 3.97 AUD. But wait, what’s that? Oh, it’s available for $19.95 in Australia.

    Hey Microsoft, can you at least wear a condom? I’d like to be safe before you screw me!

    #1 2 years ago
  2. woe

    Bioshock – msp/5$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    Call of Juarez – msp/5$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements – msp/3$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    Dirt 2 – msp/5$ (was 2400/30$) US price

    El Shaddai – msp/3$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    GRID – msp/5$ (was 2400/30$) US price

    Kane and Lynch: Dead Men – msp/5$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    Rayman Raving Rabbids – msp/3$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    The Darkness – msp/5$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    Tom Clancy’s GRAW – msp/5$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    Tom Clancy’s GRAW 2 – msp/5$ (was 1600/$20) US price

    Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. – msp/5$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas – msp/5$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    Virtua Fighter 5 – msp/5$ (was 1600/20$) US price

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Night Hunter

    Is this Microsofts first equivalent to a Steam Sale?

    #3 2 years ago
  4. Ge0force

    @3 Rather to counter the huge sales on PSN lately. But MS needs to do better than putting an 4 years old game on sale, while PSN users gets Darksiders II for €9.99 and Sleeping Dogs for free on PS+.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. Bam007

    @Night Hunter – no sir/ma’am. Microsoft have had a few decent sales in the past. Most recent one being over the Christmas period, though many can argue that it was cheaper elsewhere.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. Cobra951

    I just noticed a new ripoff on Games on Demand. I tried to buy Dirt 2 ($4.99) with MS points (400 for $4.99). The total changes from $4.99 to 440 points. I checked the price of the MS currency, and it’s still the same it’s always been. So there’s a 10% premium getting tacked on to the sale price. This is brand spanking new. I’ve used points many times in the past without getting buggered like this. Just a heads up. It’s easy to miss. (I ended up paying for the game directly with a credit card, and it came to $4.99, as it should be).

    #6 2 years ago

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