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500 extra Clubcard points if you pre-order Call of Duty for Xbox One or PS4

The new Call of Duty game – Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition – for Playstation and Xbox will be released on 4th November.

Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition is an eagerly awaited 2-games-in-1 package with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered.

If you want to make the wait as short as possible and add some Clubcard points to your account, you should make use of Tesco Direct’s new pre-order offer.

Order either the Playstation or the Xbox Infinite Warfare game for £64 each by 25th October and get 500 extra Clubcard points.

On top of that you will get 30 days early access to Modern Warfare, BETA access and Terminal Map and Spaceland Pack with the Playstation version.


With the Xbox One version you will get BETA access, Terminal Zombie Map and the Zombie Spaceland Pack.


As always Tesco guarantees that you pay its lowest price. The Tesco Direct price promise means that you will get the difference back should Tesco reduce the price between now and launch day.

If for example Amazon launches the game at a lower price, then Tesco will probably match this.  You would receive a refund of the difference – and you still have the 500 points.

You can pre-order the Xbox version here and the Playstation version of Infinite Warfare here.

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  1. These are priced high towards other retailers at present.

    • Are they? I only checked Amazon where the Playstation and Xbox versions are also £64 (and without Clubcard points)

  2. £64 are they having a laugh the games are getting worse every year but the price increases??

    • To be honest I’ve never felt the need of playing any video games – except for Singstar but I reckon that doesn’t count 🙂

  3. My O/H usually buys games from Computer Exchange as you can play them and then
    sell them back to them and you have store credit for the next time you want to buy a game,
    and you don’t always have to pay full price for the game.

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