Sainsburys did £5 off in their discount voucher scheme a few weeks ago, which is probably why higher price. Same for new Assasins Creed as well but that was £3.
Best Skyrim UK prices: Sainsbury’s, Asda and Tesco
In the build up to the release of MW3 we offered you some of the best prices for those of you in the UK. This time we thought we would look for the best Skyrim prices in the UK. As always it will be Sainsbury’s, Asda and Tesco who has the best deals on offer, but how much are they – well we are going to find out now for you?
So let’s have a look how much Sainsbury’s will charge for all three formats of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The Xbox 360 version will cost you £42.99. This is also the same price for the PS3 version. However, if you intend to purchase a copy of the game for PC, then you will pay just £37.99.
Asda has some better deals on offer, which doesn’t come as a surprise to us. They are offering Skyrim for £37.97 on the Xbox 360, this is also the same price for the PlayStation 3 version as well. That’s a massive £5 off the price that Sainsbury’s wants. However, what we call a real bargain is the PC version, as Asda wants just £27.87 for this version.
Finally we have Tesco, and surprisingly they are not the cheapest, but then again not the most expensive either. For the Xbox 360 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim the online store wants £39.98; they also want the same price for those who wish to buy the game for the PS3. Again, it is the PC version that has the best deal, as you will only have to pay £29.98. It’s clear that the best offers to be had is Asda
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