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Driveclub UK price at Tesco vs. Argos and Asda

Gamers in the UK can finally see some light at the end of the tunnel, as Driveclub will become available to buy as from tomorrow. The big question is the Driveclub UK price, as we know from past experience that retailers stocking games vary their prices and so you will need to look around to see who has the better deal. However, to make thing a little easier for you we will let you know just how much Tesco compares to Argos and Asda, as well as GAME.

Driveclub UK price at Tesco – The UK’s biggest supermarket chain shows that the full price should be £55, which we don’t believe for one moment, but will sell the racing car game for the PS4 for £46, a saving of £9. You can also purchase the PS4 Driveclub Console Bundle for £349.

Driveclub price at Asda

Driveclub UK price at Asda The rival supermarket chain also wants £46 for the game and will be selling two bundles as from tomorrow, those are the PlayStation 4 500GB Console + Driveclub for the same price as Tesco’s and Playstation 4 500GB Consoles – Driveclub Mega Bundlem, which comes with 2 DualShock4 Wireless Controllers and PlayStation Eye Camera for £429.

Driveclub UK price from Argos – This is the more expensive option out of the two above, as the game will set you back £49.99 for the PlayStation 4, and the bundle £389.99, so we would advise against Argos.

As for GAME, they also want £50 for the game, although its bundle is the same price as Asda and Tesco. There are also two other choices for you, the Driveclub Special Edition for £54.99 and a Driveclub Compact Racing Wheel for £14.99

Where will you be buying your copy of DriveClub tomorrow in the UK?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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