GameStop Wants to Pay You for Your Old Devices

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Here's good news for all the gamers and gaming aficionados out there. GameStop wants to pay you for your old devices, according to this report.

Yes, GameStop is offering rewards for turning in your old devices, and this retailer will give you a choice between cash or credit if it accepts your old items for trade-in.

This games retailer accepts smartphones, tablets, wearables, headphones, consoles, video games and controllers. You can search for your item online to get an offer, and then bring it to your local GameStop to receive an offer from them in exchange for your old device or devices.

You can trade in more than one item at once. You can bring any cords, chargers, and accessories that go with your item. Charge it up, delete any personal info, and remove any SIM/memory cards. You can choose to receive in-store credit for max-value on your items or get paid in cash. GameStop Pro Members get 10% extra in value on most items.

There are certain circumstances where GameStop might be willing to buy something that is damaged or broken. These can often be sold for cash or the option to exchange it for something of equal value in the store. If the damage is extensive, GameStop will deduct refurbishing costs from the amount that it will pay you.

You can find out how much your device is worth by searching for your item online on the GameStop website or app. And yes, you can trade in old games too. GameStop accepts video games and controllers for trade-in.

The time it takes to get paid for a trade-in depends on the payment method you choose. If you choose to receive in-store credit, you will receive it immediately. If you choose to get paid in cash, you will receive it after the item has been tested and verified.

To find out if your device is eligible for trade-in, you can search for your item online on the GameStop website or app. You can also bring your item to your local GameStop to receive in-store credit or cash for your trade-in. Read here for more information about trading in or selling your items to GameStop.

I hope this news gives you some extra cash in your pocket. Kindly share this with your family and friends. Cheers!

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