Tesco offering £385 PlayStation 4 Knack bundle for launch

And you get Clubcard Points.

With Xbox One launch day stock running dry in the UK, you can still get a PlayStation 4 at Tesco.

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You do, however, have to get it in a bundle with PS4 launch platformer Knack.

The UK supermarket giant currently has a PlayStation 4 Knack bundle available for pre-order priced £385.

But you can actually get it for £10 less when you create a new account and use the code TDX-RVNH, as spotted by HotUKDeals.

Tesco guarantees delivery on the console's UK launch day, 29th November.

With the tenner discount, £375 is £55 cheaper than Xbox One's UK launch price. Every little helps.

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