Target Latest Retailer to Try Used Game Trade-Ins
As much as the industry disdains the used games business, it seems to only keep growing. Toys R Us, Best Buy, and Wal-Mart all dabbled with used game trade-ins last year, and now Target is the latest major retailer to institute a used games program of their own.
Target will introduce their used games trade-in program in Northern California stores first, with more stores added across the country until the program is rolled out to 850 locatons by the end of the year. Customers can get store credit for their games, but Target will also be taking in "smart phones, MP3 players, and cell phones" as well.
Unlike the automated used game kiosks that Wal-Mart and Best Buy tried last year, though, Target will actually have trade-ins evaluated at the Target Mobile counters inside their stores. Target's website will also begin accepting electronics and DVD trade-ins as well.
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