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Best places to trade games?

A recent article on Yahoo mentioned several ways to get rid of old games. Trading them to Gamestop, Amazon, or Goozex, or selling them on eBay or Glyde. There are still other options such as Walmart, TRU, Best Buy, and Target. All of these along with Goozex are giving Gamestop a run for its money. Goozernation, using Skyrim breaks down what each site would give gamers in cash or credit and which is the overall better deal.

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GamerElite1632d ago (Edited 1632d ago )

Anywhere is better that Gamestop. Went to trade in NFS The run and there only giving $11 store credit then there selling it used for $49. The game is only a month old. Suck my balls Gameshit, I hope you crash and burn.

smoothdude1632d ago

"If you don’t mind waiting a little while and want to try your hand at getting other games, use Goozex. If you want credit I’d say keep an eye on Amazon/Best Buy/Gamestop. If you want cash hit up ebay, CL, or Glyde. The best option is to use multiple places."

There is not one source where I send my old games, as I agree with the article, it is best to use a variety of methods. I will never sellto GameStop and I only buy there if they do their two for one deals.

Krew_921632d ago

I try never to sell my games. I'd rather have a collection building on my rack of games. It just looks cool haha. Also I never sell my games to GameStop, maybe some old crappy games that I know are worth nothing. Overall though, I'd never sell a game made there that was made no longer than a year before.

I also notice they give more money for Nintendo games, such as Pokemon. The most I ever got for a game there was nearly $30, which was for Soul Silver.

brockst4r1632d ago

I sell mine locally through a free classifieds site, or trade them on Goozex. I cannot even guess how much money Goozex has saved me in two years of using it. Such a good site.
Down with the GameStop!