Supermarkets begin price war on FIFA 11

By Johnny Cullen, Thursday, 30 September 2010 11:12 GMT


Following last year’s shenanigans, the supermarkets are once again having a price-cut war over FIFA 11.

If you want the game for literally the price of a small bottle of coke, go to Asda where you can get it for 97p if you trade in either Dead Rising 2, F1 2010 or Halo: Reach. The offer applies to both PS3 and 360 SKUs.

If you’re not looking to trade, it’ll will be £29.97 without any strings.

Sainsburys are selling it for £25, but only when £30 or more is spent in store. The price for the game on its own is £34.97.

Over at Tesco, if you buy any other chart title, you can get FIFA for £25, while Morrisons are running the same deal, with the price there being £27.

Now you know where to look while getting some bread and milk in the morning.

FIFA 11 releases tomorrow. Catch our interview with producer David Rutter here.

Thanks, MCV.

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