FIFA 16 price at Asda, Sainsbury’s and Tesco

The choice of digital versus a retail FIFA 16 boxed game might have already been decided, although the latter option could include a little shopping around before the midnight launch in the UK. The FIFA 16 price can vary slightly between the likes of Asda, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, and Morrisons.

If you have stopped watching the countdown to the midnight release, now you might be about to head to store or will be checking this evening for a trip in the morning. The best FIFA 16 price currently looks to be found at Tesco on PS4 and Xbox One for £42, or £40 for Xbox 360/PS3.

The same prices can be found at Morrisons and Amazon, as above they vary a little depending on your choice of platform. Asda is reportedly selling FIFA 16 for a little more at £44 on Xbox One/PS4 and £2 less on the older generation consoles.


Argos priced this football game at almost exactly the same for all platforms, other than being 1P cheaper on the new consoles at £43.99. GAME UK meets the Argos pricing, apart from having the best price on Xbox 360 and PS3 at just £39.99.

Best FIFA 16 price with food shopping at Sainsbury’s – If you spend over £30 at Sainsburys, then you can pickup the FIFA 16 game on any console platform for just £34.99. This is by far the best deal, especially if you are getting something in the supermarket anyway.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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