Tesco game trade-ins go nationwide

Tesco game trade-ins go nationwide
Friday 20-Aug-2010 10:45 AM Exchange games for in-store credit

Tesco has rolled its video game trade-in service nationwide after what must have been a successful trial back in February.

A number of print adverts are offering £12 for 2010 FIFA World Cup on PS3, £17 for Mario Kart Wii, £14 for Alan Wake on 360 and £19 for the 360 version of Red Dead Redemption.

The catch is that any money made from cashing in your old games can only be used in-store, but since 60 Tesco stores in the UK are now selling pre-owned games as well there's no reason you can't pick up some bargains.

This will probably rub the likes of THQ up the wrong way a bit. The publisher recently said it's looking to beat the pre-owned market with premium online content.



If only I had a Tesco where I lived . Hopefully Asda roll out their pre-owned games scheme nationwide .


those quoted trade in prices are awful


those quoted trade in prices are awful

They aren't awful, they're just standard trade prices.
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