Following on from our recent post that Sainsburys and Morrisons will have the cheapest deals on COD Black Ops, we now have an update for you — and its not good news. We had assumed that the new game would sell for £24.99 in Sainsburys; we can now tell you that the price will actually be £27.97.
However, there is a catch, you will need to spend £30 or more in store to benefit from the deal. This offer cannot be used in conjunction when purchasing fuel, phone top ups, cigarettes etc. This update comes from a reader who works for the commercial side of the UK supermarket.
So it seems that the original source of the post got the details wrong. We thought that we would have a look at Sainsburys online store for more details, but it seems as if the deal is in store only. The price on their website is a staggering £39.99 — that’s one of the most expensive I have seen it.
We do not know whether to trust the Morrisons price now either, especially as the source has already got on part of their details wrong? Will you still buy Call of Duty: Black Ops from Sainsburys, or will you wait to see if another store has a deal where you do not need to spend a certain amount of money? So has the price war for the game finally begun?
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