Sainsbury’s start “biggest ever” gaming sale
By In News Published on March 28th, 2012

Today has seen Sainsbury’s begin what they describe as their “biggest ever” gaming sale, introducing a 40% discount across consoles, games and accessories.

To ensure consumers don’t miss out on such offers, the company has increased current stock levels to meet expected demand.

“Gaming is a key part of our entertainment offering so we are excited to be reducing prices by as much as 40% for this exclusive sale”, commented Gurdeep Hunjan, Sainsbury’s Games Manager.

“Our breadth of offer is now bigger than ever before and customers can be assured that they can get the most popular games and consoles from us at outstanding value, whilst doing their weekly shop”.

They’ve detailed a selection of their savings, which are as follows:
* PS3 consoles, £164.99 (Original Price: £199.99)
* Nintendo 3DS, £124.99 (Original PriceL £149.99)
* FIFA 12, £26.99 (Original Price: £44.99)
* Batman: Arkham City, £23.99 (Original Price: £39.99)
* Mario & Sonic at the 2012 London Olympic Games (Wii), £20.99 (Original Price: £20.99)
* Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, £17.99 (Original Price: £29.99)
* Final Fantasy XIII-2, £14.99 (Original Price: £24.99)
* Just Dance 3 (Wii), £14.99 (Original Price: £24.99)
* Mario Kart 7, £27.99 (Original Price: £34.99)
* Super Mario 3D Land, £27.99 (Original Price: £34.99)
* Mario & Sonic at the 2012 London Olympic Games (Nintendo 3DS), £27.99 (Original Price: £34.99)
* Black Eye Peas: The Experience (Wii), £12.99 (Original Price: £17.99)

All offers are available to purchase through Sainsbury’s Entertainment.

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  1. Most of those games are still more expensive than a popular online store.

    Comment by Queeg on March 28, 2012 at 11:05 am
  2. Thats a lie ,no way can you find final fantasy and arkham city new at those prices online nor a ps3 console at that price.

    Comment by shapes on March 28, 2012 at 2:41 pm
  3. I wonder if this has anything to do with GAME going into administration?

    Time seems awfully coincidental 😉

    Comment by LNorth on March 28, 2012 at 3:01 pm
  4. Not sure if this comment is aimed at the article, but all of these offers are available on Sainsbury’s Entertainment:

    Comment by Alex Seedhouse on March 28, 2012 at 3:52 pm
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