Xbox One X trade-in offer revealed

Get up to $200 off an Xbox One X console when you trade in specific hardware at Gamestop.

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Gamestop is giving interested gamers an opportunity to shave off up to $200 on a new Xbox One X with a trade-in promo.

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Back in 2016 Microsoft confirmed it would offer a trade-up program for its high-end 4K-ready Xbox One X console, and now the company is living up to its word. Retailer Gamestop is holding what may be an attractive trade-in promo for the Xbox One X, however official details aren't available as it varies on a store-to-store basis.

"Get up to $200 credit when you trade select systems toward a new Xbox One X," reads the promo, which is only valid between today and November 1, 2017. A Gamestop tweet seems to counter the information provided on the site, reading: "Pre-order the Xbox One X, trade in your console later from 11/7 - 11/19 to save up to $200 toward your purchase." It's unclear whether or not there are two separate promos, or if users will have to pay upfront to secure their Xbox One X pre-order and then trade in their qualifying consoles at a later date.

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Users are reporting that Gamestop will give up to $200 in credit for a qualifying Xbox One S console, likely the 1TB model, and between $100 and $150 for a base Xbox One model depending on the hard drive capacity. If you're interested in the promo be sure to call your local Gamestop for more details as each store has a specific allocation and trade-in quota.

Retailers across the United States opened up pre-orders for the $499 Xbox One X console today. The initial wave of pre-orders will secure the limited edition Project Scorpio bundle, which includes an exclusive stand and lettering on the system.

For more information on the Xbox One X, be sure to check out our massive content index here.

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