Gaming isn't exactly known as being one of the most budget-friendly of hobbies out there, with the cost of the console merely the tip of the iceberg once you've also factored in countless games and accessories.
But every now and again, it's worth unlocking your inner savvy shopper to scout around for some deals - like Tesco selling the latest FIFA game for a mere tenner.
Tesco is selling FIFA 19 for just £10. Credit: Tesco
At the third of the price, that means you're saving yourself a not-too-shabby £19 - leaving you more cash for other games, obviously.
Tesco's deal was shared by HotDealsUK, which explained the cut-price game was available online via the Tesco website.
Some shoppers said they'd also spotted the game for £10 in stores, but this doesn't seem to apply to every local shop.
FIFA 19 is the latest in Electronic Arts' hugely popular series, having been released on 28 September 2018 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows.
Of course, snapping a copy up will get you primed and ready for the forthcoming release of the next instalment in the series, FIFA 20, which drops on 27 September.
EA debuted the first look at FIFA 20 during its EA Play live stream ahead of gaming expo E3, with a trailer revealing that the new game would also feature VOLTA - a street-style mode that's a huge hit with players.
"This year, we are embedding a whole new experience with VOLTA Football into the game that reflects how many footballers started out their careers in the streets," said executive producer Aaron McHardy.
"This is a unique aspect of the sport that gives our players an experience unlike anything they have ever seen before," he continued
"We've also focused on delivering key gameplay updates that raise the level of realism and quality across the game.
"With small sided football ingrained in FIFA 20, players can take the learnings from the streets and apply them to the stadium or vice versa."
FIFA 20 will be released on 27 September for Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch, but EA Access players can enjoy an extra week of virtual footballing as the game will also launch on the subscription service on 19 September.
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