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how much money would i get for these games if i sell them at gamestop?

Posted Dec 10, '12 at 6:20pm

Roxxar123

Roxxar123

59 posts

I think you'd get about $5-$20.

But Gamestop only gives you like, a third which is terribly disappointing. Sell them online or something.

 

Posted Dec 10, '12 at 11:38pm

404011xz

404011xz

218 posts

Don't ever sell games at gamestop. You only get a miniscule amount of money back for what you paid for it. You'de best bet would be ebay, look at what everyone else is selling that game for then lower the price by about $2-5

 

Posted Dec 15, '12 at 11:41am

Jblaze101

Jblaze101

461 posts

yeah gamestop would be a load of crap to sell games to

 

Posted Dec 15, '12 at 12:18pm

bob5442

bob5442

30 posts

no clue

 

Posted Dec 15, '12 at 2:31pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

8,704 posts

no clue

The, pray tell, why did you even post on the thread?

 

Posted Dec 15, '12 at 10:22pm

BurnKush420

BurnKush420

102 posts

probably like 50-60 bucks depending on how good condition theyre in

 

Posted Dec 20, '12 at 2:48am

Mr_Sand

Mr_Sand

687 posts

The thing you need to realize with gamestop is that they are always trying to turn a profit. If they can only sell a game for 20 bucks than they will give you less than 5 dollars for it. And they also take into consideration how old your game is and how likely it is that they will sell it. I brought in PGR 3 and they offered .17 cents for it and I was did the in store credit for 3 dollars instead.

The best place to take your games is usually a pawn shop or to find someone looking for specifics. People at most pawn shops do not know the true value of things. Also you can talk people at the pawn shop into better deals. Tell them key things like this game is in new like condition and what not.

Over the years I have started to hate gamestop. The one in my town tends to give out games that are used without being tested.

So this is what happened we bought a game (MW2) and it didnt work so we replaced it for another one for free and it didnt work, then we tried one more time and it worked.
So we figured out this sneaky dirty little trick. We had 3 scratched discs of MW2 so we bought a used game and then we replaced the good game with one of our own and then we went in and said it didnt work. We ended up doing that with all the messed up copies and had 3 games that didnt work at first and now work.
The thing that gamestop doesnt tell you is that they have a machine that fixes these scratches so the games that dont work they can fix really easy. SO I dont feel bad about switching games on them

 

Posted Dec 27, '12 at 2:38am

GhostOfMatrix

GhostOfMatrix

11,694 posts

Knight

Went to check sales at GameStop a few days ago, I asked them how much they'd give me for Black Ops because I now have two copies of it*, they said 8 store credit, when they're selling it for $40.

*Brother had a PS3 and recently sold it so he could get an Xbox, I got all his PS3 games and we both owned a copy of Black Ops.

Well, GameStop did surprise me when they gave my brother 140 store credit when he bought it used at a different store for $50, great deal there.

 

Posted Dec 27, '12 at 6:45am

MrHankey93

MrHankey93

9 posts

i hate Gamestop...

 

Posted Dec 28, '12 at 7:34pm

R2D21999

R2D21999

8,596 posts

Some of you don't get the thing with buisness. You see when you get a new game and about a month later you give it to the same store, the only 2 things that they give you less money for is: condition and value.

But I say no on the GameStop thing sell it on GameFly or something, get more money from the web than in the store.

 
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