Q:

How much can I expect Gamestop to give me for my games?

A:

GameStop provides a wide variety of compensation for trading in games, depending on some different factors. The first is whether or not the customer wants to return games for cash or store credit. Store credit will always be greater than cash.

Other considerations to take into account are what kind of game a person is turning in, how old the game is and what the condition of the game is in when it is being turned in to a GameStop store. Brand new games for brand new systems will usually generate more cash or store-credit value than very old games.

Sources:

  1. gamestop.com

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