Starting next week, the world's largest retailer will allow shoppers to trade in used videogames for anything from groceries to gadgets across 3,100 of its stores. Customers will receive gift cards ranging from a few dollars to more than $35, based on the value of the games they turn in. Those cards can be redeemed in stores and online.
I would not buy used games from Walmart.
How much would they pay me for them though?
I hate the used game market, all it does is canabalize the sales of new games and hurt developers.
i can only imagine the long line i would have to stand in if i wanted to trade some in.
Wooow, GameStop is DONE!
Wal-Mart open 24 hours, will probably give more for trades, and the biggest deal... you can use the money on ANYTHING in the store or online.
Dooode, GS is going out of business.