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PS Vita price comparison Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury

Later tonight Sony will be releasing the PS Vita in other regions outside of Japan for the first time. We have already given you details about some midnight launch plans for the device. We now have a PS Vita price comparison that includes Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury.

Just over a week ago we rounded up some of the best bundle deals available for the PS Vita via some online retailers. But there are some great deals to be had if you want to pop down to your local supermarket. Just like big game releases the buying power of the big supermarkets is showing with some of the prices for the device.

First up what could be the cheapest price available is Asda, who have the Wi-Fi only version of the PS Vita listed for only £197. You only get the console and nothing else for that price except but it’s still pretty impressive. There will be stores open at midnight for you to pick up the device and at that price stock could run out pretty quickly.

Rival store Tesco have the same Wi-Fi version priced at £229.91 but are also listing a bundle deal for £249.80. In the bundle you will also get a 4GB PS Vita memory card along with a choice of a game from a selection that includes FIFA Football, Asphalt Injection, F1 2011, Virtual Tennis 4, and Rayman Origins.

Sainsbury’s have the PS Vita Wi-Fi version listed at £229.99 with no special incentives on offer like it does when launching new game titles. All the major branches of the supermarkets are open 24 hours so you should be able to pick one up tonight.

For memory cards Asda is listing the 16GB version at £37, while Tesco has it priced at £39.91. The 4GB versions are priced at £15 and £19.89 respectively. Many of you will have already preordered your PS Vita from an online retailer so can look forward to a delivery tomorrow, unless it came early and you are busy playing already.

Where will you be getting the PS Vita and what launch titles are you getting?

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Written by Gary Johnson

Gary has a background in engineering and passion for motorcycles, gadgets, and home cinema. In his early years, his obsession for Hi-Fi technology would see him creating the perfect setup with a good ear for sound quality. While Gary is keen to write about most topics that PR covers, his love for phones finds him reporting a lot of news about applications for iPhone, Android, and other popular operating systems

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