It’s the biggest release of the year, and retail will tomorrow go to war to try and win as big a share of the mammoth Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 market as possible.
Troubled retailer Best Buy has the best deal when it comes to catch-free low-price – £29.99. However, the likes of Tesco and Sainsbury’s and Tesco will undercut them as long as customers are willing to pick up a few other bits in their shop as well.
And of course, specilists like GAME and HMV will be offering heavily discounted trade-in deals.
Here’s a look at all the offers:
Best Buy – £29.99 in-store (Tuesday Nov 8th only)
Tesco – £25 when bought with either £16.99 2100 MSP card, 12 months Xbox Live membership for £34 or a £25 PSN card
Sainsbury’s – £28.99 when bought with £30 of shopping
Asda – £38.97
Morrisons – £25 when purchased with £34.99 Xbox Live card
GAME – ‘Half price’ (the price itself is not specified, but is like ly to be £50-£55) when customers trade-in either Gears of War 3, Dead Island, FIFA 12, Batman: Arkham City, Resistance 3, F1 2011, Forza 4, Dark Souls, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon, X-Men Destiny
HMV – £9.99 when customers trade-in either Batman: Arkham City, Battlefield 3 or Goldeneye