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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful
on January 2, 2013
* Ignore the Amazon downloader program. You don't need it
* Go to your Amazon account -> under 'Digital Content' click 'Your Games and Software Library'
* Click/expand 'Product Code' and copy it
* Open and login to your Origin desktop application
* Click 'Origin' in the upper left-hand side -> Click 'Redeem Product Code' -> paste the code you copied earlier
* Confirm that you want to add BF3 Premium Edition
* Origin will restart and begin downloading the new DLCs

If Origin doesn't start, simply restart it yourself manually (like I did). Again, don't use the Amazon game installer as you don't need it to play or to download the Premium pack. Do everything inside Origin as that's the one you need to play the game.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on December 11, 2012
I've bought Battlefield 3 Limited Edition at launch and I've enjoyed every minute playing this game. If you have a PC powerful enough to run this game and if you multiplayer FPS, then this is the game for you. The premium service includes Back to Karkand, Close Quarter, Armored Kill, Aftermath, and Endgame. These are themed expansions.

Back to Karkand: huge maps that emphasizes vehicular and vertical gameplay.

Close Quarter: infantry-only maps for COD fans that desire ultimate mayham in 64 player matches.

Armored Kills: gigantic maps that specialize in vehicular combat.

Aftermath: fun new scavenger game mode and adds vertical gameplay.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 28, 2013
Well... I'd been thinking about this purchase for way too long. Totally worth the $50... but it's just that *ARGH!* moment when it's 50% off a week later on Origin.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 28, 2013
or don't spend the money because $60 is too expensive for some maps and silly stuff that you will only use sometimes. Unless you are hardcore into BF3 and play it every day, wait til a sale.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 12, 2013
I was able to get it for a good price, which is the only reason I purchased it. I already had back to karand from buying the upgraded version of the original game and paid $15 for close quarters. I was a little upset when the introduced the premium version since it bared me from playing on some of the servers. I don't care about dog tags, but the server thing bugged me. I guess I get 3 expansions for the $15 I paid, so that works out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 7, 2013
As a player who greatly enjoyed the original Battlefield 3, I feel this 'Premium' offer is on the right step to make season passes.

The value you get from this service depends on how much additional time you wish to extend your stay in BF3 and the quality of the new maps produced by DICE. So far I have been satisfied with the new maps and weapons added, as well as the new assignments and double experience events.

Here is my personal breakdown:

Back to Karkand: classic maps, great fun. Recommended.
Close Quarters: Conquest Domination is a great mode, the new maps might be small, but they compensate by being more fast paced and intense.
Armored Kill: my least enjoyed map pack. I can't quite say why, but I feel that large maps don't necessarily mean better gameplay.
Aftermath: Highly recommended. Well designed maps, the color palette and settings make them stand out. The crossbow is fun to use and Scavenger mode might sound gimmicky but I found it to be quite fun.

The only negative point (besides Armored Kill) I see is that people who bought BF3 Limited Edition get less bang for their buck. That is because the expansion Back to Karkand is considered part of BF3 Premium and no discount is offered for those who owned it previously.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 29, 2012
The initial download requires a little patience but this product is well worth the wait. It is a good savings if you plan on getting all BF3 products.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 29, 2012
Excellent graphics and Realistic game play!!! I haven't played Battlefield since Battlefield 2 days and this game is really a big leap on interactive browser interface and the overall game play itself.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 5, 2013
50% off Deal, with 15 dollars promotional credit, I only had to pay $9.99 for this. Your deals are a steal, and I've started making Amazon Digital downloads my primary source of buying games over Steam, Origin, and other digital distribution sites ever since last year. You guys are the best!

As for Battlefield 3 Premium itself, It's fantastic. More Maps, More Guns, More Camo's, Dogtags, Exclusive double exp events, Video guides and strategies, Other random little things make it to be a worthwhile experience. It may not be worth 50 Dollars base price unless you're a HUGE fan of Battlefield 3. On sale this is definitely worth it if you own 0-1 DLC's already.

And again for 10 dollars. I didn't think I could love you more Amazon.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on September 22, 2012
Premium is the ultimate expansion for Battlefield 3. I got Battlefield on Amazon because Origin shows the incorrect currency for my country, and here I found it on US $ and cheaper, beign a premium member is worth mostly because you get a set of awesome maps, that are way better than vanilla BF3 maps, also the new sets of unlockeables that drives you to keep logging counteless hours in the battlefield. Go get it, you won't regret it.
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