FIFA 22 hits shelves on 1st October but its available to pre-order now. We've found a way for you to get your hands on it for as little as £24.99.
The latest instalment from EA features fancy new "HyperMotion" technology which promises to make virtual ball-kicking the most realistic it's ever been.
What's more, Kylian Mbappe will be the cover star of the new game and Alex Scott features as the first female commentator on a Fifa game.
Here's how you can get your hands on it for as little as £24.99.
LADbible readers can get £10 cashback on any FIFA 22 order at GAME by signing up to TopCashback using this link.
For example, the Nintendo Switch version of FIFA 22 is available to pre-order from GAME for £34.99. But by signing up to TopCashback, you can get £10 cashback, meaning you've got it for £24.99.
The offer is also available on Xbox, PlayStation and PC versions of the game. Whilst tThe Xbox and PS5 versions are a little more expensive, but you'll still be able to pick them up for a decent £54.99 with the cashback.
All you have to do to get the deal is follow four simple steps:
Once the game is released on 1st October, TopCashback will automatically transfer the money to your account dashboard. It can take a up to 14 days after purchasing for the money to become payable, but then you can choose to either withdraw the money or keep it in there for a rainy day.
It's worth noting that this deal is only available to new customers or existing customers who haven't earned any cashback yet.
The offer expires on 30th November 2021 and if you cancel your pre-order, you'll lose your £10 cashback too.
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