Where's the cheapest place to buy Call of Duty: Black Ops tomorrow (or tonight in some cases)?
Film rental shop Blockbuster, according to MCV, where Black Ops costs just £0.99 - providing you trade in two other games including Fable III, Fallout: New Vegas or Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II.
The next lowest? By George it's ASDA, where the game costs a fiver. In return, ASDA wants one of those games mentioned above.
HMV has the next best price of £8, which is accessible when trading in rival shooter Medal of Honor.
GAME will sell Black Ops to you for £25 if you buy another full-priced title in the shop. This offer spans titles such as Fallout: New Vegas, Red Dead Redemption, Halo: Reach and DJ Hero 2.
I like Sainsbury's offer the best: spend more than 30 quid on anything in the supermarket and Black Ops costs £28. Or you can buy the game alone for £40 (a saving of £15 on the RRP).
Alan Hanson's favourite supermarket Morrisons lowers the Black Ops price to £30 when bought with another chart title.
Note: Activision hoisted the base price of COD games up last year to £55 with the release of Modern Warfare 2. Most new games carry an RRP of £50.
If you know of a better deal, smash it in our face below.