Afterglow Wii U Pro controller £14.99 instore at Sainsburys
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Afterglow Wii U Pro controller £14.99 instore at Sainsburys

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Broken link, good price though
Think this is standard price for Sainsbury's, bought one in there early December at this price.
Is this any good ?
kezno4

Is this any good ?



​i bought one for christmas would recommend perfect for mario kart and b ayonetta
decosparkle25

Think this is standard price for Sainsbury's, bought one in there early … Think this is standard price for Sainsbury's, bought one in there early December at this price.


I've never seen this above £15, don't know where the £25 price comes from.
Original Poster
Amazon and argos like I said in the op. Where else is it £15?
Original Poster
And I said £23 not £25, did you even read the description!
Good price, which Sainsbury's did you find them in? Not seen any Wii U stuff in any of my local stores
Original Poster
Wolverhampton St marks. First time I've seen them in there. Sainsburys do seem to have pretty poor nintendo stock levels compared to the other consoles.
Poor quality, mine broke within a few uses.
I have one or at least similar, one warning doesn't work with minecraft. Not great if two kids want to play!
Brought one summer last year £14.99 is the standard sainsbury price and from the use I've had with it, its been spot on.
I bought one 6 months ago for this price from sainsburys, very pleased with it. Yes it's been this price for a long while, but much cheaper than elsewhere. Well worth a repost, heat given.
Got a PS3 one for £15 standard price at Tesco
Great controller, excellent value too. Hot.
bankersarebankers

Broken link, good price though



Instore.
Would be better to link to a Wikki page or some other page that offered some information on the product. I appreciate OP would have no control over that. Even a YouTube video or link to a review would be more appropriate. I.e. http://nintendoenthusiast.com/review/pdp-afterglow-pro-controller-for-wii-u-review/

Whats the point of linking to the retailer of an instore only offer? Obviously a rhetorical question as we all know the answer to that.
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