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Buy FIFA 20 Cheap: Save £10 With Cashback Offer From Game

Buy FIFA 20 Cheap: Save £10 With Cashback Offer From Game

If you're one of those people who waits until the latest version of FIFA goes on sale before picking it up, then you could be dribbling past your mates sooner than you think. We've got a deal that means you can save £10 when you pre-order EA Sports' FIFA 20.

Usually the game would set you back £49.99, but if you're a new member to cashback site Quidco, you can pick it up for £39.99.

Signing up to Quidco is completely free and the offer works with any edition, including the PC download version from GAME. You can even bag the Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition for £34.99 instead of £44.99.

Zidane is on the cover of FIFA 20 Ultimate edition Credit: EA Sports
Zidane is on the cover of FIFA 20 Ultimate edition Credit: EA Sports
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All you have to do is follow these simple steps.

  1. Sign-up to Quidco Here
  2. Visit GAME on Quidco
  3. Click 'Shop Now'
  4. Order FIFA 20 any platform or version (from £44.99)
  5. Receive £10 cashback from Quidco once your purchase is confirmed
  6. Withdraw your earnings to your Bank, PayPal or as Gift Voucher

Wait for Quidco to put £10 in your bank account or your PayPal account, or in vouchers if you're that way inclined.

It usually takes a week or so for them to transfer you the money, but let's face it, you're only going to spend it on Ultimate Team anyway.

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If you're thinking of upgrading to the Ultimate edition, here's what you get:

FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Credit: EA Sports
FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Credit: EA Sports
  • 3 Days Early Access (Play From 24 September)
  • Up To 24 Rare Gold Packs (2 Per Week For 12 Weeks)
  • Loan Icon Player Pick: Choose 1 of 5 Loan Icon Items (Mid Version) for 5 FUT Matches
  • Special Edition FUT Kits

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If you buy the Ultimate edition digitally, you can play the game three days earlier than anyone else on 24 September.

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EA sports recently revealed the full soundtrack to FIFA 20, and it has over 100 tracks representing more than 20 countries that play in two individual modes - standard and VOLTA FOOTBALL.

The standard soundtrack has 43 tracks and features marquee names like UK grime icon Skepta and American neo-soul hitmaker BJ The Chicago Kid.

The VOLTA FOOTBALL soundtrack has 70 tracks from artists that include Diplo's electronic trio Major Lazer; Norwegian viral sensation JB Scofield; reunited Cash Money icons Birdman & Juvenile and the Heavy Baile sounds of Brazilian DJ Leo Justi.

'Que Calor' by Major Lazer ft. J Balvin and El Alfa looks to be the standout hit on this version. Producer of the song Diplo says that the track was influenced by the culture and lifestyle of street football.

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He said: "We were really excited to be able to produce the lead track that is featured in the new Volta Football mode.

"When we shared an early version of the track with EA Sports' FIFA team they loved it, so we knew we had to finish it and release the single"

FIFA 20 is set to drop on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Windows and Nintendo Switch (Legacy edition) on 27 September 2019.

The Official FIFA 20 player ratings are here. Credit: EA Sports
The Official FIFA 20 player ratings are here. Credit: EA Sports
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Topics: Xbox, FIFA 20, Football, EA Sports, GAME, Playstation, Technology

Mark Cunliffe

Mark is a writer at LADbible with a creative writing background and a history working at some of Manchester's biggest agencies. He loves football and music that screams a lot.