GameStop has some of the hottest items to warm you up during the winter.
Ring in 2014 in style with new games and accessories from GameStop. If you didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas or if your New Year’s resolution is to game more, than you better get to GameStop Jan.3rd through the 5th. Ring in the New Year with pre-owned systems and next gen consoles.
The 250 GB Xbox 360 Holiday bundle will be available Jan. 3rd and 4th for 250 dollars comes with 2 free games. The Skylanders Wii U bundle is going for 250 dollars as well. PS3 controllers will cost you 45 dollars each and PS3 Pulse Elite Headsets will set you back 130 dollars.
In addition to bundles and accessories, GameStop will also have certain games on sale. Lego: Marvel Super Heroes will be ten dollars cheaper than the regular price. It will be 60 dollars for PS4/Xbox One and 40 dollars for Wii U/Xbox 360/PS3.Grand Theft Auto V will cost 40 dollars and Angry Birds: Star Wars will sell for 20 dollars for the 3DS version and 30 dollars for the DS/Xbox 360/PS3 versions. NBA 2K14 will set you back 60 dollars and Gears of War: Judgment will go for 20 dollars so make sure you grab these great deals while you can.
If you don’t have the funds to buy a brand new “Next Gen” system, GameStop has you covered in terms of pre-owned systems/products. A Slim 120 GB PS3 costs 200 dollars and an original Xbox 360 goes for 130 dollars. A pre-owned Wii costs 70 dollars and a 3DS costs 150 dollars and the DS Lite is going for 70 dollars as well. Used 16 GB iPad 4’s go for 380 dollars, Samsung Galaxy S3’s go for 350 dollars and iPod Nano Gen.7-Used are going for a hundred bucks. These deals aren’t going to last long, so grab them while you still can.
“While 2013 will go down as having fantastic console launches, award-winning games, and more, it’s easy to see that 2014 is going to start off really strong,” said Ashley Sheetz, chief marketing officer of GameStop. “Gamers of all kinds will be able to find significant value with these deals, no matter if they plan to play on the newest consoles, pre-owned handhelds, or tablets– we’re proud to declare that 2014 is the ‘Year of Gaming!’”