Here’s the LOWEST PRICE on Ghost of Tsushima for PS4: Get 10% off this highly anticipated title with code at Currys PC World

Looking to pre-order Ghost of Tsushima on PS4? Currys PC World currently has the lowest price if you use this code at checkout…

by André Pusey
Ghost of Tsushima

If you’re looking to pre-order Ghost of Tsushima for PS4, Currys PC World currently has the best price on the market. Pre-order the game right now and use the code GAME10 at checkout to get it for just £44.99.

Ghost of Tsushima is the latest release from Sucker Punch Productions, a Sony subsidiary known for the Sly Cooper games on PS2 and Infamous on PS3 and PS4. It’s another one of those open-world stealth-action-adventure games set in Japan, in this case the titular Tsushima Island in the 18th century.

If you’re hyped about this upcoming PS4 exclusive and want to get the lowest price, read on for more details…

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The lowest pre-order price for Ghost of Tsushima

The offer at Currys PC World is for 10% off Ghost of Tsushima on PS4 when you pre-order. Simply enter the code GAME10 at checkout and the discount will be applied. This means you can get the game for just £44.99.

The best prices we could find right now were £47.85 at Base.com, £48.85 at ShopTo and £49.99 at Amazon for the “Standard Plus” edition. That puts Currys PC World a few quid cheaper, which is not to be sniffed at!

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How long will this deal be available?

Naturally, we’d assume that this offer would be available right up until release day. So, pre-order the game at Currys PC World, use the code GAME10 at checkout, and get it for £44.99!

BUY NOW: Ghost of Tsushima – £44.99 at Currys PC World with code

Where else can I pre-order Ghost of Tsushima?

The best prices we found at other retailers are £47.85 at Base.com, £48.85 at ShopTo and £49.00 at Tesco. If you’re super hyped about the game though, get the Standard Plus Edition for £49.99 at Amazon, featuring exclusive reversible cover art with a “custom foil finish”. Ohh la la.

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André Pusey