Blockbuster is selling Call of Duty: Black Ops for 99p when customers trade in two other games.
Activision has finally released Call of Duty: Black Ops today, sparking a fierce price war as the big retailers vie to sell as many copies as possible.
Blockbuster is offering the cheapest price according to MCV
, selling Call of Duty: Black Ops for just 99p when two of the following are traded in - Medal of Honour
, Fable 3
, Fallout: New Vegas
, MMA, F1 2010
or Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2.
If you don't have those games to trade in, Blockbuster is charging £44.99 for Black Ops on its own.
Supermarket chain ASDA is running a close second in the price war and is reducing Black Ops from £36.99 to £4.97 when Fallout: New Vegas, Fable 3 or Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 are traded in.
HMV is selling Black Ops for £7.99 when customers trade in Medal of Honor, or for £42.99 otherwise.
Specialist retailers Game and GameStation are discounting Black Ops on PS3 and Xbox 360 to £24.99 when any other chart titles are purchased at the same time, or when Halo: Reach
, Dead Rising 2
, F1 2010 or FIFA 11 are traded in.
Internet retailers are offering simpler deals; Play.com is currently selling the PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops for £34.99, while Steam is selling digital copies for £39.99.
Let us know if you spot any other deals in the forums