Entries in 'sainsburys' (26)
Asda has fallen to third in the UK supermarket race.
Microsoft has announced the release of 43 apps for Xbox 360 spread across various regions between now and spring 2013.
With a 90 per cent bigger screen, more grown-up design and refined controls, 3DS XL is an attractive new device. But who has the best deal?
Sainsbury’s has kicked off a special E3-themed pricing promotion.
GAME’s recent troubles were always going to spark a move from rival retailers to try and grab all those spare gamers – and supermarket Sainsbury’s appears to have made its ...
In its first week of release, Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 was the single best selling product at supermarket giant Sainsbury’s.
Retail giant Sainsbury’s has been the first supermarket to go aggressive on pricing this year. But it’s not new software the grocer is discounting – the firm has instead slashed ...
A checkout error at a number of Sainsbury’s stores last night resulted in the supermarket selling a specific PS3 console bundle for just £114.01 last night.
Sainsbury's has bought online entertainment company Global Media Vault for £1 million.
A bumper Christmas that saw non-food sales grow at three times the rate as groceries has lead Sainsbury's to declare that it is “one of the fastest entertainment retailers”.
Tesco has become the first retailer to show its hand and declare its day one price for Konami’s PES 2011, which is released in the UK tomorrow.
UK supermarket Asda will at midnight tonight begin selling FIFA 11 for just 97p.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has established Sainsbury’s as a major player in games, claims the supermarket.
An MD of a major global publisher has told MCV of his dismay Sainsbury’s call for publisher’s to lower the price of games to better fit the discount expectations of ...
Games will receive more floor space at Sainsbury’s over the next year after significantly driving both sales and footfall in 2009.
It’s surprising to think that maybe, just maybe, the supermarkets are under pressure to impress in games.
The war between retailers and publishers looks set to once again erupt over software pricing – with Sainsbury’s last week issuing a fierce battlecry.
Despite its RRP of £49.99, consumers are currently able to pick up EA’s FIFA 10 – which is released today – for as little as £24.99 thanks to a fierce ...
Supermarket giant Sainsbury’s has pledged to triple its games-related ad spend in an attempt to drive hardware sales this Christmas.
National supermarket chain Sainsburys has lifted the lid on a brand new non-food initiative via its website that drastically increases the range of goods the retailer has to offer.