Supermarket price-cutting continues with Mario Kart reduced to £20
Morrisons has slashed the price of Wii Fit to under £50 in the latest round of supermarket price-cutting.
The activity follows aggressive promotions on hardware at Asda and Sainsbury’s last week, when both supermarkets dropped the cost of Wii consoles to under £150.
Morrisons has also cut the cost of Mario Kart Wii to £19.99.
The grocer ran a similar aggressive promotion in September last year, when it reduced the price of all chart titles by 50 per cent; which effectively kicked off a pre-Christmas price war.
The Wii Fit and Mario Kart offer is set to run until Sunday.
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