Gaming Halo Reach Free Legendary DLC

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Within the first 8 hours of halo reach's release i was able to score myself a free Legendary DLC code, I purchased the standard edition and i got curious so i started making phone calls, long story short after 3 hours of phone calls i was finally put through to the District Manager of Gamestop PA and i convinced him to open his last legendary to give me the DLC that didnt ship in the game's box, he opened it and gave me both codes for the Recon and the Legendary DLC xD, which means i have an extra recon code
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What should i do with this extra recon?
 

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Free Recon? Count me in!
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Hope I win. I don't live in a country where you can pre-order games, so I cannot get it apart from buying it on Ebay for a HUGE price...
 

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I'm in!
I'm going to give this to my sister because when I'll buy Halo: Reach Legendary Edition I'll use the code for myself and then give the other to my sis :3
 
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