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    Official: Upgrade Xbox 360 games to Xbox One version for $10 at GameStop

    It’s finally official. GameStop announced on Aug. 8 that customers will be able to trade-in select Xbox 360 titles and upgrade to the Xbox One version for an affordable price of $10 – this offer is only available for select titles.Members of GameStop’s PowerUp Rewards programs will receive a special, limited time $50 guaranteed minimum credit for choice standard edition Xbox 360 titles when they are traded-in for a new copy of the Xbox One standard version of the same title.

    This deal is far better than what GameStop normally offers for game trade-in value.
    “This is an amazing opportunity for our PowerUp (PUR) members to enjoy their favorite Xbox 360 game until the Xbox One version becomes available,” said Bob Puzon, senior vice president of merchandising at GameStop. "This offer gives PUR members the chance to upgrade their current Xbox 360 game for the new Xbox One standard version of that game for $9.99. This is a great example of how GameStop is helping gamers make the transition to the next generation of consoles economical and seamless.”

    If this deal sounds intriguing to you, the following titles are eligible for the Xbox 360 to Xbox One upgrade offer:

    • Call of Duty: Ghosts
    • Madden NFL 25
    • FIFA 14
    • Battlefield 4
    • Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag

    To qualify for this special offer, a customer must be a PowerUp Rewards member at the time they purchase a new eligible Xbox 360 title within 30-days of its initial release. The title must then be traded-in at any U.S. GameStop location for the new Xbox One standard version of the same game. Upon purchase of a qualified Xbox 360 title, members will receive the $50 guaranteed trade-credit email via email and in their PowerUp Rewards Active Offers. The coupon must be redeemed by Dec. 31, 2013.
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    so games that are not even out

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    lol...gamestop is looking to screw some people over.

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