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Posted by starscream615 on 22 February 2023 - 02:29 PM
Posted by starscream615 on 01 July 2021 - 10:23 PM
All the X/ S upgrades are free for Microsoft 1st party games and they don’t require buying an expansion or special edition.
The PS5 upgrade is ONLY available if you buy the $20 expansion, too. This is the same greedy route that Square went with FFVII remake.
This is bullshit plain and simple and I’ve been a PlayStation gamer since day 1 so no Xbox fanboy here. I will not be falling for this and it leaves a very sour taste.
Square let’s you upgrade to the ps5 version with no charge, you just don’t get the dlc chapters.
Posted by starscream615 on 12 January 2020 - 08:27 PM
Agreed. Not transferring the switch lites to other nearby stores really seems like a mistake. They are "so new" that the GameStop website doesn't even have trade in prices listed for them!
It’s because they know the whole company is going out of business, they are just keeping it under wraps until it’s announced so the execs can cash out their stock before the drop to zero.
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Posted by starscream615 on 08 October 2019 - 10:44 PM
As of today, the Trine: Ultimate Collection will get you $20 credit, $16 cash, at GameStop (base value, I haven’t looked for potential deals to increase that TIV).
Yeah I was thinking about trading it in as it would mean the collection cost me about $10 due to bb gcu and the gift card they offered.
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Posted by starscream615 on 01 July 2019 - 12:30 AM
Cartwheel isn't a coupon. It's a bar code that appears on your phone. You add the PS Classic coupon to your account, and then you have them scan the bar code. So theoretically, you could have the customer service associate scan the bar code after doing the price match without mentioning that it's going to take additional dollars off the price of the PS Classic. That's probably what starscream615 did, and the associate didn't notice. Buying additional items is a decoy ploy that CAGs have been doing since the beginning to divert their attention. The associate won't necessarily notice that Cartwheel stacked. Again, this could theoretically work if you don't get one of those "junior detective" employees.
This. Also, not sure if the associate didn’t notice or just didn’t care. I did the pm and added some stuff my wife was buying then asked to scan my cartwheel. Guy didn’t hesitate at all.
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