Most stores these days have their own video game trade-in program, including Gamestop and Best Buy. This week, Wal-Mart decided to give it a go.
The store brand has announced that it will begin accepting used games as trade-in for store credit, with 3,100 stores taking part in the promotion starting on March 26. This will allow users to bring in any unwanted games so they can purchase new games – or other goods – with the credit received.
Both gift cards for Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club will be offered, while exchanged products will be “sent to be refurbished and made available for purchase in like new condition starting this summer,” said the company’s announcement.
The store brand has already released an exchange rate calculator so interested parties can see what their games would fetch in value. As expected, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases are getting top values, ranging from $35 to $38.