Get A Free $20 GeForce NOW Gift Card With Every Purchase Worth 50$

Want to game with your friend but lack the necessary specifications? Well, NVIDIA has a significant Black Friday offer awaiting you. Over the course of 1 week, all purchases worth 50$ related to GeForce NOW will come with a free 20$ GeForce Now Gift Card.

Black Friday Offer

NVIDIA recently posted a blog announcing a few new titles to GeForce NOW along with a Black Friday offer. From the 23rd of November to the 2nd of December, all users who purchase GeForce NOW products worth 50$ will be given a free 20$ Gift Card (For GeForce Now). 

Treat yourself and a buddy to high-performance cloud gaming — there’s never been a better time to share the love of GeForce NOW. 


What Do You Get

The blog also mentions that a 50$ Card equates to a 6-month Priority Access membership or a 3-month RTX 3080 membership. Whereas, the 20$ Gift Card is equal to 2 months of Priority Access or 1 month of RTX 3080-enabled gaming. Users should bear in mind that the 20$ Gift Card will be provided to them through a digital code. Similarly, this offer is valid for 50$ digital or physical gift card purchases. 

With a paid membership, gamers get access to stream over 1,400 PC games with longer gaming sessions and real-time ray tracing for supported games across nearly all devices, even those that aren’t game ready. Priority members can stream up to 1080p at 60 frames per second, and RTX 3080 members can stream up to 4K at 60 FPS or 1440p at 120 FPS.


New Games, More Fun

Alongside this offer, NVIDIA has also added 4 additional games to its GeForce Now arsenal. The latest games include:

  • Evil West (New release on Steam)
  • Ship of Fools (New release on Steam)
  • Crysis 2 Remastered (Steam)
  • Crysis 3 Remastered (Steam)

The best way to celebrate a shiny new GeForce NOW membership is with the new games available to stream this GFN Thursday



Abdullah Faisal

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