Super Mario Odyssey (used) - Nintendo Switch -£35.99 @ Graingergames
442°Expired

Super Mario Odyssey (used) - Nintendo Switch -£35.99 @ Graingergames

10
Found 1st Feb
A good option for the people who missed the coolshop deal or the gamecollection one.
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
It's a pound more brand new at Tesco until midnight with code TDX-PWFG, as a heads up
10 Comments
It's a pound more brand new at Tesco until midnight with code TDX-PWFG, as a heads up
It’s OOS at Tesco though
33183340-DHlut.jpg
Rip off for used imo. Especially when someone could have done the lick test on one of these things...
Probably better off keeping an eye on eBay - I picked it up for £31.98 brand new. It’s definitely worth £35.99 though. I don’t see what difference it really makes buying secondhand.
£36 for a preowned copy is extortion. Surely it'd have to drop to at least £25 for it to be a fair deal.
Kei13 h, 10 m ago

£36 for a preowned copy is extortion. Surely it'd have to drop to at least …£36 for a preowned copy is extortion. Surely it'd have to drop to at least £25 for it to be a fair deal.


I’m not having a go, but why do you think it’s extortionate? People buy second hand to get something cheaper than new, and £35.99 is cheaper than you’re likely to get this brand new. If you’re saving a littlemoney and the game is good as new then what’s the problem?
The_Biggest_Lebowski4 h, 40 m ago

I’m not having a go, but why do you think it’s extortionate? People buy sec …I’m not having a go, but why do you think it’s extortionate? People buy second hand to get something cheaper than new, and £35.99 is cheaper than you’re likely to get this brand new. If you’re saving a littlemoney and the game is good as new then what’s the problem?


I can answer.

1) I get all of my games cheaper new.
2) You're saving 4 quid by getting it preowned. Hardly worth it. Yes you still save and nintendo games hold their value and all that, but you shouldn't pay 90% of the price for something someone used. By doing so you're supporting being ripped off, though I get why some people wouldn't care.
3) You could've got the game cheaper new in the past.
frish1 h, 16 m ago

I can answer.1) I get all of my games cheaper new.2) You're saving 4 quid …I can answer.1) I get all of my games cheaper new.2) You're saving 4 quid by getting it preowned. Hardly worth it. Yes you still save and nintendo games hold their value and all that, but you shouldn't pay 90% of the price for something someone used. By doing so you're supporting being ripped off, though I get why some people wouldn't care.3) You could've got the game cheaper new in the past.


Fair enough, each to their own. I’d rather not pay an extra £4 or £5 just for the pleasure of taking off the shrink-wrap. I still don’t think £35.99 is extortionate - at least notcompared to CEX charging £48!
Yeah what frish said.

I can get new games cheaper and I've seen them at lower prices before but missed out. I also in turn support the developer as well instead of purchasing old copies in circulation.
Don't get me started on CeX, their prices are simply a joke. I mean fair enough if it's a very old title that you have trouble finding, but their prices are downright insane.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text