Can you still trade in psp systems to gamestop?

#1Holy_OblivionPosted 6/28/2013 3:57:19 PM
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#2Lord_VishanaPosted 6/28/2013 4:01:09 PM
I'm not sure. I'd imagine they'd offer you a paltry amount of money for one since you can purchase a new PSP 3000 for $100(or less).
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#3OximofoPosted 6/28/2013 4:02:52 PM
yea they still sell psp games at most locations and online.
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#4CooperRCPosted 6/28/2013 4:04:49 PM
The one by me no longer accepts PSP systems or games (not that I would ever trade a game to them anyway).
#5Phil_E_BluntPosted 7/3/2013 5:48:18 PM
Lord_Vishana posted...
I'm not sure. I'd imagine they'd offer you a paltry amount of money for one since you can purchase a new PSP 3000 for $100(or less).


They'll give $20-25 ~ sell for triple that.
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#6NovaCastPosted 7/3/2013 6:20:12 PM
Phil_E_Blunt posted...
Lord_Vishana posted...
I'm not sure. I'd imagine they'd offer you a paltry amount of money for one since you can purchase a new PSP 3000 for $100(or less).


They'll give $20-25 ~ sell for triple that.


Probably just double.

Put it this way: what is better to buy? A feces infested used psp for $75 or a freshly non handled factory sealed one for $100 ( just $25) more?


The going price for a used psp 3k is usually about $50-$60
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#7RjmhartPosted 7/3/2013 6:23:18 PM
Depending on where you are the answer is yes. Gamestop is doing a promotion for trade 3 games at $2 each and get an extra $3 each. I've been trading in games like crazy lately because they have been doing all kinds of deals like this lately.
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#8GamingNerd2013Posted 7/3/2013 8:37:36 PM
Never trade in a system at Gamestop. They will offer you a very low amount and re-sell it 3x the amount they gave you. Your best option is either ebay, amazon, or craigslist.

From experience, craigslist would be your best option. There's no need to ship items like ebay/amazon.
#9WRRYYYYersPosted 7/3/2013 8:40:58 PM(edited)
GamingNerd2013 posted...
Never trade in a system at Gamestop. They will offer you a very low amount and re-sell it 3x the amount they gave you. Your best option is either ebay, amazon, or craigslist.

From experience, craigslist would be your best option. There's no need to ship items like ebay/amazon.


Remember folks, buying things to sell at a profit is fundamentally evil and you should never support anyone for trying to do that.

How dare they.

I'd much rather pay ebay/amazon 20% of whatever I make or risk getting stabbed by listing it on craigslist.
#10CaptainzPlanetzPosted 7/3/2013 10:10:49 PM
GamingNerd2013 posted...
Never trade in a system at Gamestop. They will offer you a very low amount and re-sell it 3x the amount they gave you. Your best option is either ebay, amazon, or craigslist.

From experience, craigslist would be your best option. There's no need to ship items like ebay/amazon.


Trade at the right time, I traded my PS3 Slim 160gb a few weeks ago when they had a 50% extra credit thing going on, along with 7 games, the only new one being "The Last of Us" I ended up at about 400 dollars store credit, PS3 alone got me 200, another 50 for the last of us, 30 for extra controller and the other 6 games made up the other 120 dollars.

This gave me enough to completely pay off my PS4, and a game pretty much, I then proceeded to pre-order an extra DS4 as well as 5 PS4 games in full, which has set me for this holiday launch