The Game Fanatics: Let’s talk about the wondrous world of trade-ins. This is GameStop’s bread and butter, their money-making recycling program.
You give them used games, they flip it for profit. The problem that the unseasoned GameStop customer has is that he or she, more often than not, is looking for value for their trade-ins. However, you’ll often find that you’re not getting the value you expect, even if you’re trading in a newer game. You might trade in a recently released title, receive $17 credit for it, and see them restock it with a $54.99 price tag.