Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Price Cuts

The game isn’t even out yet and price wars have already started for the most anticipated game of the year! Modern Warfare 2 is on course to set major sales records for video games as pre-orders are going through the roof.  Now retailers are battling to their own war to attract game buyers.  Have your copy yet?  release date is November 10th 2009.

Activision originally priced their game at £54.99, £10 more then normal RRP for new game releases,  now with a push to get gamers to buy from their retail stores and supermarkets such as Tesco and Sainsbury are heavily undercutting online and specialist retailers. Sainsbury’s will be selling Modern Warfare 2 – 2009’s most anticipated video game – for just £26, while main rivals Tesco will be offering the game at £25 if bought with another title, or £39.70 on its own. Asda, meanwhile, will also be selling the game at a cut-price £32.  Even electronics wholesalers are getting in on the action, with ‘cash & carry’ Makro offering a voucher on their website for registered customers, allowing them to purchase the game for just £20.

If you live in the USA we have Bestbuy.com, steampowered.com and amazon.com have the game for $59.99 (basically retail price) and then some vendors such as familyvideo.com at $53.99 and the cheapest we can find so far was gamefly.com at $49.99.  if you have found a different cheaper pre-order price let us know!!!


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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  1. Gamer Syndrome, not if my life depended on it. Not even if i had enough money to use as toilet paper. Not even if i was the richest person in the world. I would never give more than i have to, to Activision. Never! Down with Bobby Kotick!

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