Supermarket prices revealed - FIFA 12 falls to £25 at Tesco

Ben Parfitt
Supermarket prices revealed - FIFA 12 falls to £25 at Tesco

Tesco has broken cover and announced its FIFA 12 price – and perhaps surprisingly it has once again gone for that magic £25 price point.

But unlike in 2009, when FIFA 10 was available for £24.97 no strings attached, this year there is a condition. The deal will only be available to those who buy another Top 20 chart game at the same time.

Examples cited in Tesco’s national newspaper ad include Deus Ex: Human Revolution for a bargainous £25, F1 2011 for £36, a £25 PSN card or a £38 Xbox Live membership card.

Meanwhile, Frugal Gaming reports that Sainsbury's is selling FIFA 12 for £28.99 when £30 or more is spent in-store. Morrisons has gone for a £30 price when purchased with any other chart game

FIFA 12 goes on sale in the UK at midnight tonight.

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Tags: Retail , price , tesco , fifa 12 , cheapest

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