Trade in

Learn more about trading-in with GAME

Do we take faulty items, what checks do we make on trade-in tech, and just how much is your trade-in worth? Find the answers to these questions and more.

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Trade in Terms of Use

To Trade-In; all games, consoles and electronics must be in good working order and of satifactory quality with relevant charging cables and vital accessories for play. (At least one branded controller) • All parental controls personal information and content should be removed from the consoles or electronics prior to Trade-In. • Imported games, consoles and…

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What checks will you make when I trade-in my phone or tablet?

To make sure we can accept your device we perform a series of checks. It’s worth running through these yourself to ensure your device will pass the trading in checks to avoid any unexpected disappointment. Is unit in good condition? Power cable present and in good condition Does the unit power on? Charge test Call…

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What checks will you make when I trade-in my console?

To make sure we can accept your console we perform a series of checks. It’s worth running through these yourself to ensure your console will pass the trading in checks to avoid any unexpected disappointment. Is unit in good condition? AV/HDMI Cable present and in good condition Power cable present and in good condition Appropriate…

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Do you trade-in faulty items?

You can trade-in your faulty console in-store for a reduced price. Visit your local store for a quote.

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How much will I get for my trade-in?

You can check what your stuff is worth by using our handy Trade-In Price Checker online or via the GAME app, or you can drop into your local GAME for a quote. Please note: we no longer accept retro consoles and games (including PlayStation 2, GameCube, Gameboy, or older).

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What are your latest trade-in offers?

For our latest offers and trade-in price checker, please click here.

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What do I need to trade-in?

In-store, you will need the items you want to trade, photo ID (a valid passport, driving license, military, or government recognised photo pass card) to trade-in for credit. For cash, you will need photo ID, as well as a utility bill from the last 3 months showing the same address as on your ID.

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