a little tip:
If you don't want any of the new games on that list, you can simply pick up any game, then keep the reciept, you have 30 days to bring the game back to trade for another new game, or heck, even cash.
They may or may not put up a fuss if you try to exchange it for a different game, although you could probably do it. I don't think you'd be able to get cash, though. Store credit at best.
Hey about this: buy 2 Lego Star Wars for Wii which is about 27.00 (with CAG16 and Edge card) shipped from Gamestop, and trade back in with 20 dollars for Fallout 3. I wonder if there are cheaper games on the list though...
There are some problems with that.
1. Ordering online at this point, there is a chance that the games would not arrive in time for the deal (expires 11/02). You'd be better off finding a local store that has the games you want and using the cellfire 20% coupon (which would save you a little more). Also, ordering online, you aren't guaranteed case and instructions, which could cause them to deny this deal. If you get the games in store, you can choose complete ones.
2. I'm not sure Lego Star Wars for Wii still qualifies. It is possible, since they haven't updated their price for the new version, but I know the 360 one no longer qualifies, so there is a good chance the Wii version won't.
3. If it doesn't qualify any more, you can probably get them to override 1, but I think they might suspect something is up if you try trading 2 of the same (cheap) game with this deal. Better to try different games. CSI: Hard Evidence is the same price (17.99 used before discounts), and is on the list, but I don't know if it has been disqualified as well.
4. Keep in mind that you will have to pay tax not only on the games you are buying in order to trade, but also on the full sale price ($59.99) of Fallout 3. Not a deal killer, but tax here is 9.25%, so it hurts. It didn't stop me from doing this deal, though... twice. Both times, one of my games was a Lego Star Wars for 360. Both of which I got during the B2G1 sale. I stink