The annual release of EA's football series has sparked another price war.
As with FIFA 10 last year, UK supermarkets have engaged in a price war over FIFA 11, resulting in some seriously low prices.
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Top of the pile is Asda with the comically low price of 97p. Naturally, there’s a pretty substantial catch too- gamers will have to trade in one of either Halo reach, Dead Rising 2 or F1 2010. If you’re not willing to part with some top grade games then Asda are still going down to £29.97. Asda are also doing midnight launches if you really can't wait and hate sleep.
The best deal looks to be courtesy of Sainsbury’s. By spending £30 in store, you’ll be able to pick up FIFA 11 for £24.97 and for £34.97 if you only want the game. All in all, it looks like a good time to stock up for the weekend.
Tesco are offering a similar deal but you’ll need to pick up a second chart game to get FIFA 11 for £25. Morrisons are doing the same but only as low as £27.99.