Get 75% off Borderlands 2 GOTY for Mac from 9to5 & GameAgent: $15

From 9to5toys:

In case you missed our last mega deal for Mac gamers, we’ve once again teamed up with our friends over at GameAgent to get an exclusive deal on one of the hottest Mac titles around. This time you’ll be able to get 75% off Borderlands 2 Game of The Year Edition for Mac. Here’s what you’ll get with the GOTY edition:

Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition for Mac: $15 (Reg. $59.99).

Regular $59.99, the Game of the Year Edition comes with a ton of free bundled content. In addition to the game, you’ll get a ton of DLC that usually cost $4.99 – $10 each. They include: Captain Scarlett and her Pirate’s Booty, the Pyscho Pack, the Collector’s Edition Pack, Create Slaughterdome, Mechromancer Pack, Mr Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage, Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt, Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep, and the Ultimate Vault Hunters Upgrade Pack. Individual prices for all the bundled content comes to $105.

If you want to stay up to date on all the latest Mac gaming deals, we’d recommend checking out GameAgent’s new Wish List and Deal Alerts features. After creating an account, you can automatically be alerted to new deals compatible with your Mac, and GameAgent also tracks and offers price comparisons for not only its own store, but for Amazon, the Mac App Store, and more.

Note: Borderlands 2 GOTY through GameAgent is the Mac version of the game and WILL authenticate on Steam. The deal will last for 48 hours, so you have today and tomorrow to take advantage.

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