Bright Hub writes: "One of the most disappointing things during my time as a store manager for the country's largest video game retailer was constantly seeing customers receive depressingly small amounts of credit for the games they traded in. I understand that the company has a right to make money, but we as consumers don't have to automatically accept whatever price the clerk behind the counter quotes us. There are ways to increase the amount you get for your games.
Now, I'm not talking about anything illegal or unscrupulous. I'm merely saying that there are perfectly acceptable ways to manipulate the system to ensure you get the highest possible value for your trade
ins. I used these methods to ensure that I always had enough credit to pick up those hot upcoming games, and in the interest of improving the lives of gamers everywhere, I'm passing on a few of my favorites."