Originally Posted by JDN169
Stopped in Buybacks in Beavercreek, pretty much just like the one by the Dayton Mall.
I like Buybacks because they're generally cheap but they have the occasional game/movie that's ludicrously expensive for no apparent reason.
This, it's incredibly hit or miss. The other day I found a Rainbow Six Vegas 2 Collector's Edition for $22 after I had just paid $17.99 for the standard edition at Gamestop. Not only that, Gamestop switched the copy I picked out with some beat-ass copy they had hidden behind the desk. But, I split the difference by picking up a Red Alert 3 for $6.99. Meanwhile, there's a VHS copy of Return of the Living Dead for $56.99.
One thing about them, though, is their standards are so high that I almost never trade there but I also never worry about buying from them, not only the discs but the cases as well. That's something I hugely appreciate, especially with Gamestop's new case-switching tactic.
But, alas, I still can't get over charging $45 for a barebones SNES, even if they're the only SNES in town.