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Will these ever be re-enabled? Or can I just go ahead and delete my .txt file of unused codes now?
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jcoa: Will these ever be re-enabled? Or can I just go ahead and delete my .txt file of unused codes now?
Why would you need a text file when you can find all your purchased gift codes and their status by going to "My Account" and selecting "gifts" tab. Obviously it does not list any you might've gotten from someone else.
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TheEnigmaticT: Due to the ever-popular "legal and licensing" reasons, we are required to disable all of the Fallout gift codes that were generated for free during the 48-hour Fallout giveaway. I know that this will probably inconvenience some of you guys, and you've got our apologies for that. Unfortunately a bunch of people were re-selling the codes and this got noticed; as is often the case, a few bad apples can spoil the fun for the rest of us.

If you actually purchased a Fallout giftcode in the past with real cash money, you should be fine to redeem if; if for some reason that doesn't work, please contact Support and they'll--as always--set you right.
Well that's a pile of suck. I grabbed a load, but it was just to give to my friends who didn't actually grab it themselves during the 48 hours.

It's also really annoying that you didn't tell us in a more direct way. I sent some off today without knowing they'd been cancelled, so thanks for that.
Post edited December 28, 2013 by SirPrimalform
Hehe, good marketing!.
You gift your code and when they come back and tell you its expired you feel so bad you have to buy the game.
Post edited December 29, 2013 by Moonbeam
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Moonbeam: Hehe, good marketing!.
You gift your code and when they come back and tell you its expired you feel so bad you have to buy the game.
Which is likely not to be possible on GOG for much longer. :-(