BP is aiming to attract gaming customers into its stores by being among the first to sell Call of Duty: Modern Welfare 3, which goes on sale at one minute past midnight on Tuesday, November 8.
It’s the latest in a number of games, music and film releases to be sold at BP’s company owned forecourt stores around the country – with more than 300 of them open 24 hours, allowing gamers to beat the queues at other shops.
David Pitron, BP’s head of UK Trading, said: “We know that gamers want to be playing Call of Duty from one minute past midnight so with our 24-hour opening hours they can be among the first to get their hands on the latest Call of Duty game”.
“This year gamers can get 25% off a £3.99 Red Bull 4-pack with their purchase of Call of Duty to vitalize the body and mind for the big night!!”
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will be available at BP forecourt stores for the XBOX 360 and Play Station 3 – with limited availability.
BP forecourt stores offer a wide range of food and non- food goods, alongside the Wild Bean Café.
There are also Marks and Spencer Simply Food offers at more than 100 stores.