FIFA 19 is almost here, with EA set to officially launch the game on Friday, September 28th – and football fans are already getting very excited by the prospect.
Almost all games retailers have opened up their pre-orders – with various different prices – although there is one way to bag the game of the year three days before everyone else.
Those who purchase either the Champions Edition or Ultimate Edition will be able to get access to the game three days early, although you will have to pay a little more for the priviledge.
The cheapest place to pick up both the standard edition of Fifa 19, and the Champions Edition, is AO.com, who are selling it for £44 and £69 respectively.
However, we’ve also tracked down a deal at GAME that gets you £15 off the coveted game, making it just £30.99. All you have to do is sign up to free to join cashback site TopCashback.
You’ll need to be a new member to TopCashback, and purchase the game before the 15th October. To get your £15 discount, just follow the three simple steps below.
How to get £15 off the new Fifa 19
If you’re not a new TopCashback member, or you’d rather buy it elsewhere, we’ve listed out all the price points from the high street below, so you can easily track down the cheapest deal.
Cheapest place to buy Fifa 19
- AO.com: £44 on Xbox and £44 on PS4.
- Amazon: £49.99 on Xbox and £49.99 on PS4
- GAME: £49.99 on Xbox and £49.99 on PS4,
- Zavvi: £49.99 on Xbox and £49.99 on PS4.
- Smyths: £49.99 on Xbox and £49.99 on PS4 – but you can save £5 if you pre-order it for in-store collection.
Cheapest place to buy Fifa 19 Champions Edition (includes three day early access)
- AO.com: £69 on Xbox and £69 on PS4
- GAME: £69.99 on Xbox and £69.99 on PS4
- Smyths: £69.99 on Xbox and £69.99 on PS4 – but you can save £5 if you pre-order it for in-store collection.
- Zavvi: £74.99 on Xbox and £74.99 on PS4
- Amazon: £79.99 on Xbox and £69.99 on PS4
The latest version is now set to include the UEFA Champions League for the very first time.
The new addition is all thanks to the fact that EA now own the rights to the Champions League for the game, which had previously been exclusive to FIFA’s major competitor Konami Pro Evolution Soccer.
Mat Prior, creative director of EA Sports, spoke about how this latest inclusion will help elevate the game’s now trademark story mode "The Journey".
"It was always a goal for ‘The Journey’ to end with the pinnacle of club football," he said. "It was something we wanted to showcase as the ultimate goal of a player."
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