Shoppers scramble to get cut-price video games from Tesco with deals so good they’re convinced someone is being fired
A SAVVY shopper has revealed he’s managed to get his hands on three heavily discounted video games at Tesco.
The bargain hunter took to Facebook, a private group, Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Group, which has 2.2 million members, to showcase their new purchases.
Sharing pictures of his new budget games, the anonymous group member said: “Went to Tesco earlier and saw these discounted.
“Not sure if all Tescos have them discounted but it’s worth a look.”
The Tesco shopper was able to grab three heavily discounted games including Fifa 23 for Xbox, which once cost £31 but has been reduced to just £3.10.
Not only that, but this player has also managed to get their hands on a Formula One 22 game for a PS4 that originally sold for £15 but has been reduced to just £1.50.
On top of that, the bargain hunter also managed to get a Gran Turismo 7 game for a PS4, which was a whopping £18 off after being reduced from £20 to just £2.
After being impressed by the great value bargain purchases, the shopper also checked Tesco’s website to see if there were any other deals available.
The shopper found there were more discounted games, including a Super Mario Bros game for a Nintendo Switch, reduced from £37 to just £9.25.
Not only that, but there was another big discount on an Animal Crossing game for Nintendo as this too has been reduced from £37 to just £9.25.
Finally, the buyer also noted that a PS4 Avengers game has been massively discounted, from £17 to just £4.25
The buyer’s post clearly impressed many as it was only shared on social media 20 hours ago but has already garnered 129 likes and 115 comments.
Shoppers were stunned by the epic discounts and many tagged their friends and loved ones to let them know.
Meanwhile, many others were so stunned by the cheap deals and convinced they were too good to be true.
One person said: “Someone will get fired for this. These are outrageous cuts.”
Another added: “I can’t imagine them going for their awards at all. Ridiculous.”
Someone else remarked: “Was stocked at my local Tesco but when I showed up they were all gone.”
Meanwhile, another user wrote: “Many Tescos are removing sections related to physical media, which is why they are cheap.”
A Facebook user claimed, “This started a week ago, everything is either sold or donated to charity.”
While one person tagged a friend and simply said, “Go to Tesco now.”
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