The Epic Games Store is basically paying you to download Rocket League

You can grab a $10 coupon if you download Rocket League on the Epic Games Store.

The Epic Games Store will give you a $10 coupon for free if you redeem Rocket League before October 23.

Psyonix’s popular rocket-powered soccer game went free-to-play this week, and part of the shift saw it jump ship to the Epic Games Store on PC. The launch is being celebrated in a number of ways including a special Fortnite crossover event called Llama-Rama, but you can be rewarded just for grabbing the game, even if you don’t intend to play it, thank to a new coupon offer (cheers to Wario64 for the spot).

Rocket League Epic Games Store $10 coupon
  
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So long as you redeem the game before October 23, you’ll have a $10 Epic Coupon added to your account to use as you wish. It’s worth noting that the coupons will expire by 3am ET, November 1, so you can’t just save them for any old purchase, but a free $10 discount is still better than no discount at all. It’s also worth pointing out that the coupon won’t stack with other discount coupons such as the Mega Sale Coupon released earlier in the year.

If you want to get in on the deal, all you need to do is head over the Rocket League page on the Epic Games Store, sign in and redeem the game. It’s entirely free, so all you’ll need is an Epic Games account. You’ll have the option to select the coupon when attempting to pay for a product on the Epic Games Store.

In case you decide you might actually want to try Rocket League once you’ve grabbed the coupon, we’ve got the lowdown on the new event. You can read up on all the Llama-Rama challenges and rewards here, including unlocking the Fortnite Battle Bus.

To recap, you can grab a $10 Epic Coupon for free on the Epic Games Store if you redeem a copy of Rocket League before October 23.

Associate Editor

Henry Stenhouse serves an eternal punishment as the Associate Editor of AllGamers. He spent his younger life studying the laws of physics, even going so far as to complete a PhD in the subject before video game journalism stole his soul. Confess your love of Super Smash Bros. via email at henry.stenhouse@allgamers.com, or catch him on Twitter.

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