If you were not one of the many that headed to a retail store at midnight in the UK to get your hands on the new FIFA 15 game, then don’t worry because it’s not like they would have all sold out. We know the game is very popular in the UK, but the likes of Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury’s have more than enough stock.
Today, we thought we would have a look at the FIFA 15 price changes for Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury’s, to see which is the best place to grab a bargain.
The current FIFA 15 prices at Asda vary depending on which platform you need, as the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions costs £40, compared to £42 for the Xbox One and PS4. Other versions include the Nintendo 3DS, PC, Vita and Wii, prices of which are £25, £37, and £25 for the latter two.
Tesco is also selling FIFA 15, and the prices are a little different compared to Asda. The Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3 and PlayStation 4 all cost £40, whereas the Nintendo Wii, 3DS and PS Vita all cost £30. The PC version costs £42 and the FIFA 15 Ultimate Edition is £50 on the previous generation and £53 on the new generation consoles.
Sainsbury’s is a little different, as you cannot purchase video games on its online store any more. However, you can still visit your local Sainsbury’s store where you can get the Ultimate Team Edition for £42 when you spend £30 in store, or £35 for the standard edition.
Have you already got your copy of FIFA 15, if so how much did you pay and what are your thoughts so far?
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