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Posted · Original PosterOP

G2A sells Windows 8.1 Professional key at around 50-90% off the original price. The price can vary, due to the fact that real people sell the keys. However, this means the products can get to ridiculous prices, like the other day Windows 8.1 Key was going for £9.30 ($14.85) which is absolutely crazy. But do bare in mind that this is only the key, which is 100% legit. You can easily download the ISO file and then put onto a bootable flash drive if you are wanting to install on a new pc. 

 

With G2A you can either purchase directly from G2A or a indivdual seller, which is usually cheaper than from G2A directly. I would recommend looking at the rating of the seller before you buy to see if they're a trusted seller. And, if you want to be extra safe you can get the G2A Shield which 100% guarantees a successful purchase. If you want to purchase windows 8.1 click https://www.g2a.com/windows-8-professional-32-64-bit-cd-key-global.html.

 

G2A also sells steam keys, orgin codes etc at the same ridiculous, crazy prices! Happy Shopping! :)

 

I have also found the Promocode "LIRIK" (without quotation marks) which should give you a further 5% off!

 

Hydra :)

 

 

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G2a links for Windows are a dime a dozen on these forums.

Some people have had success, others have had invalid keys, personally, I only recommend G2a for games, and only with their shield.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

G2a links for Windows are a dime a dozen on these forums.

Some people have had success, others have had invalid keys, personally, I only recommend G2a for games, and only with their shield

I agree, however myself or anyone I know hasn't had a issue with purchasing from G2A


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Don't use G2A.

I don't see why you wouldn't. They have perfectly legitimate and legal codes at low prices. Just buy from a trusted seller (high ratings) and you can't really go wrong.


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I don't see why you wouldn't. They have perfectly legitimate and legal codes at low prices. Just buy from a trusted seller (high ratings) and you can't really go wrong.

 

I'm slightly sceptical, someone on a gaming forum I used to go on sold monthly memberships at very low costs, and after almost two years managed to claw back every penny he had spent on them, and everyone who had bought from him went into "negative membership" and had to pay off their debt to play again.

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I'm slightly sceptical, someone on a gaming forum I used to go on sold monthly memberships at very low costs, and after almost two years managed to claw back every penny he had spent on them, and everyone who had bought from him went into "negative membership" and had to pay off their debt to play again.

however this is games, right? Not windows keys.


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Pretty sure this is illegal.

 

MSDN keys aren't supposed to be sold


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When a deal is too good remember that it's at your own risk.

 

Worst case scenario (very very possible with third party re-sellers for game keys) is that you buy the key and the original buyer does a chargeback after a couple of weeks and your new key becomes invalid.

Several friends got scammed in this way.

 

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The keys are 100% legal and legitimate from g2a directly.


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The keys are 100% legal and legitimate from g2a directly.

Normally i would be nice but....

HAVE YOU PURCHASED A KEY? CAN YOU CONFIRM THERE LEGIT? SOMEONE TOLD ME THEY WERENT AND COULD NOT GET REFUNDED BY G2A.

So you havent got one? then stop claiming there 9000% legit, i know people that got scammed, i almost bought one.


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Don't buy windows keys from g2a, games are ok. End of story. OP you are so sure about these keys being legit, it almost smells like advertising...


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ugh. no, I'm no advertiser. Just g2a has poor reputation, especially on these forums.


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G2A are kinda shady.

They sell me $20 steam credit just like the $20 codes I can get from Game. Then the currency converts to actual value in £. So I head to G2A support asking for a refund because they said nothing about currency conversion. They say that they did, even though they didn't so there goes an extra £9 or so down the toilet.

Fuck G2A. Also, I can tell you for certain that half of everything on G2A is stolen or duplicated (see also; rebellion recalling Sniper Elite III keys).


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G2A are kinda shady.

They sell me $20 steam credit just like the $20 codes I can get from Game. Then the currency converts to actual value in £. So I head to G2A support asking for a refund because they said nothing about currency conversion. They say that they did, even though they didn't so there goes an extra £9 or so down the toilet.

Fuck G2A. Also, I can tell you for certain that half of everything on G2A is stolen or duplicated (see also; rebellion recalling Sniper Elite III keys).

Yeah I remember that too. I still don't know if I should try it or not...


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Yeah I remember that too. I still don't know if I should try it or not...

I understand that some sellers are indeed scams.However if they've been selling the codes for months/years without a issue then, in my opinion, they are legit sellers.


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i keep hearing people say that these are MSDN keys and they sometimes expire in a year

my bro bought one and it still works (its been less than a year) so i really dont know


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Normally i would be nice but....

HAVE YOU PURCHASED A KEY? CAN YOU CONFIRM THERE LEGIT? SOMEONE TOLD ME THEY WERENT AND COULD NOT GET REFUNDED BY G2A.

So you havent got one? then stop claiming there 9000% legit, i know people that got scammed, i almost bought one.

I'm on my G2a bought windows key right now. They're totally legitimate legal windows keys, but they're meant for developers.


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The keys are 100% legal and legitimate from g2a directly.

no they arent, they are from resellers


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I was highly skeptical for a really long while. Then I bought one for about $20 US. It was a weird process. I bought it with the shield coverage. A rep got me in chat, pasted the key in the chat window and stayed while I tried it with MS' Key-based downloader tool. It worked, surprisingly.

 

I had more hassle upgrading from windows 7 to 8.1 though because of the upgrade path. All good to this day.

 

I can't really support G2A completely because its not G2A that sells them, its other people. So treat it like an auction site and be careful. Your mileage may vary from mine.

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if you buy it with the G2A shield thing youll be fine. you will get refunded if your key is bad or if the seller ran out of keys. Just stay in contact with support if anything comes up.


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