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Guide to the best video games shops
Buying video games online has never been easier, with all the entertainment shops selling them, as well as a number of specialist internet shops. Prices are normally cheaper than on the high street.
Amazon has grown into one of the most successful online shops by constantly offering a combination of low prices and excellent customer service. Their ever growing product range includes books, DVDs, videos, CDs, PC & video games, home & garden products, toys and electrical goods.
GAME is the UK's leading retailer of computer & video games and consoles. Their excellent site also features useful game reviews, daily updated deals and multi-buy offers - giving you great savings when buying two or more games.
Gameseek is an online gamestore where you'll find a wide range of computer games & accessories for all formats including Playstation 2 (PS2), Microsoft's Xbox, Nintendo's Game Cube, Game Boys (GBA) and personal computers (PC Games).
RedSave is a gadgets, gifts, toys, electronics and video games store with a nice twist. They show the prices of their competitors so you can immediately see that they are cheaper. They also operate a membership scheme that is free to join and use for the 1st month (afterwards it's £19.95 per month). There are then two prices displayed, the price you pay excluding membership and the price you pay as a member.
Established over 10 years ago, Simply Games stocks a wide range of games, hardware and accessories for all the latest consoles including the PS3, Wii, Xbox 360, PSP, Nintendo DS and DSi.
Tesco, the most successful internet grocery retailer in the world, also offers a huge range of entertainment products online ... in fact, you can buy every CD, DVD, video and game on UK release. They do regular pricechecks against Amazon.co.uk to ensure their prices stay cheap.
The Hut sells a broad range of DVDs, CDs, books and video games at competitive prices. Chart CDs are £8.89, DVDs start from £5, books at £4.99 and all prices include free delivery.
Well, their high street shops may not be that appealing anymore, but the WH Smith website certainly makes up for it. You can easily browse through their wide selection of books, CDs, DVDs, videos, computer games and stationery products. Online discounts range from 10 to 50%, and they normally have other promotions on as well (such as buy 1 get 1 free).
At WOW HD, previously known as CD Wow, you'll find a huge range of over 1 million CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, video games, books, T-Shirts and Cosmetics. They have daily special offers and sell online gift vouchers as well.
Zavvi is the new name for Virgin Megastores, after they got taken over. You can buy DVDs, videos, CDs, Blu-Ray disks, books and games from a wide online selection. Their online prices are also very competitive and sometimes cheaper than in their High Street stores.
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