FIFA price war kicks off

Tomorrow marks the launch of one of this year’s biggest releases, and retailers have already slashed the price of FIFA ‘09.

Tesco has made the most significant cut, releasing the game at just 29.71 on PS3 and Xbox 360, whilst Asda is to sell the game for 32. These offers are set to expire after the weekend.

Both supermarkets promoted the price cuts in today’s national press, along with Blockbuster, which is selling the game for 34.99 and are giving away a free football and 5 off any other game.

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