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Wal-Mart launches its new trade-in program for game consoles

Wal-Mart offers an option of either in-store credits or cash in exchange for your gaming consoles, games and its accessories that you wish to sell.

Published Sat, Mar 29 2014 9:42 PM CDT   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT

Wal-Mart started its video game trade-in program where people can trade in their old game consoles, games, softwares and its accessories. The retail chain giant also launched a tool where you can find the worth of your gaming console hardware and software.

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Wal-Mart displayed its in-store credits in its website. It does offer a cash option, but its less than what in-store credit offers.

Wal-Mart's trade-in program allows consumers to trade-in their gaming console stuff via in-store or via online. The company will be sending a shipping label for your goods that you've selected to trade-in.

As of now, it does not have any loyalty or rewards program, something that GameStop offers with 10% bonus. In any case, this will lot of options to users for selling their games and games consoles, provided they don't wish to keep the collection.

NEWS SOURCE:gamespot.com

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