Side note: Looks like another GS randomly closed down, presumably due to no one wanting to work. That makes 2 currently in my area closed randomly, and another 5 either permanently closed or closed for the long future due to looting.
They were closing stores before the pandemic hit and people "not wanting to work" because they don't want to get sick.
It's not a huge amazement why stuff isn't getting sold to GameStop. Their offers are silly low, to the tune of 15-30% of PriceCharting.
I had a box of $10-$25 Switch games. GS offers $3-$5 per game, accepting only maybe 20% of titles. Even with the +$5 bonus last week, that was terrible. I snubbed GS and sold them to a B&M store for roughly 55% PC cash value, on average. Low value games like these are not worth selling online, anyways. The B&M's can't keep Switch titles in stock, so they pay extravagantly.
I don't think many folks will even consider their medium / high value Switch games to sell / trade to GS. Their offer is horrible. Some will. Most will not.
Their weekly hottest trades, are cruddy: if B&M's pay $30-$35 cash per 1st party title. B&M's apparently want to flip games more than GS does.
And it's because of people without real jobs who try to buy and resell games back to GS that they lowball trade-in values and have frequent store closings. I couldn't care less if GS goes under, but I'm hoping that its demise teaches some kids lessons in adulthood. Flipping games doesn't make you an entrepreneur, and there are plenty of productive ways to pay for your gaming hobby. But in all honesty, you'll probably resort to flipping toothpaste from Walgreens coupons on Amazon--and that's fine with me, since I invested in Amazon instead of 10 copies of a PS4 game.